Amazon: San Francisco Bay K-Cups for $.38 each shipped

by Emilie on January 28, 2012

Amazon has a few different types of San Francisco Bay K-Cups for just $13.59  or $.38 per K-Cup, free shipping included! This brand gets really good reviews compared to a lot of the others and from what we’ve heard from readers, this is a good price.

Here’s how to take advantage of this deal:

  • Click here to order
  • Choose the “Subscribe & Save” option on the right hand side of the screen
  • Free shipping is included

This drops your price down to just $13.59 shipped!

You can always make your own K-Cups too with your own coffee! The ekobrew refillable K-Cup is just $12.33.  If you want a disposable cup but like to use your own coffee, you can get 50 disposable K-cups to fill yourself here.

Subscribe & Save does mean that you are now signed up to receive recurring shipments at whatever interval you chose. If you do not want to receive additional shipments, just go into “My Account” and click on “Manage Subscribe & Save Items”.  All you have to do is cancel your subscription, you are under no obligation to purchase additional items.

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Jennifer January 28, 2012 at 5:50 pm

I ordered these for the ladies at work, but didn’t realize they didn’t have a solid bottom (it’s a soft filter bottom) — does anyone know if I need to get some sort of “adaptor” to use them, or if they fit directly into the Keurig machine?


Sandie January 30, 2012 at 9:01 am

Jennifer. I have been looking into these and just ordered some myself. Word is that they fit in there just fine but because of the soft bottom you must keep them in a plastic bag or something or they will go stale as they are not completely sealed in a little unit like the solid bottom ones.


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