Fred Meyer: Keurig Coffeemaker only $63.49 through Thursday

by Angela Davis on November 29, 2010

Fred Meyer has released a special 15% off Friends & Family Shopping Pass. I received this from a reader and the wording on the email made it clear that it can be used by anyone. Use it to score a fantastic deal on the Keurig coffeemaker:

Keurig Classic Single Cup Coffeemaker on sale $109.99
Buy 1, Get $30 Fred Meyer Gift Card + 12 pack of K-Cups
Use 15% off Shopping Pass
$63.49 after coupon & gift card

Thanks, Coupon Connections NW!

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Christy November 30, 2010 at 10:14 pm

I got this for my hubby for Christmas today and also picked up the refillable filter and two pyrex measuring cups because bakeware is buy one get one free and there us the coupon for buy 2 kitchen gadgets get one free and also got the free k-cups coupon on the box…after all that, the employee pass and the gift card figured in…I paid $68! Whoo-hoo!


Sarah Ballenger November 30, 2010 at 3:17 pm

I got one today (tuesday) for $45.73! I used the extra 10% off coupon, the $30 gift card, and my mom for her senior disount. :-)


Hilda November 30, 2010 at 12:01 pm

I want the Lodge 6-quart Dutch oven that’s on sale for $49.99. Can I combine the 15% Family & Friends shopping pass with the 15% Bonus coupon plus a 10% senior discount?


Jessica November 29, 2010 at 11:46 pm

Also, some people may have gotten 15% Housewares mailers within the last few days, use this instead of the 10% home coupon. AND, tomorrow is senior day, so if you happen to be over 52, discount yourself another 10%!


Laurie J. November 29, 2010 at 9:19 pm

I have a Keurig coffeemaker that I purchased at Costco this past spring. I love mine but just so you all know you really need to only put distilled water in it and not regular tap water to make it last. Make sure that you descale it every 6 months as well by doing a vinegar flush. I use the hot water to make my own tea/hot chocolate for the kids and it’s great in the morning to have quick hot water for a cup of oatmeal. There is also a refillable k-cup that you can put your own grounds in to make it more economical.


shaina November 29, 2010 at 5:37 pm

I Just did this ans they took the 10% off and they also applied the 30.00 gc straight to the purchase so my total oop was: $55 and change!!


Corrie November 29, 2010 at 5:34 pm

The Nespresso is a cup system that has the steamer cup. That would be a better option if you are looking for one that can make lattes. They are a bit more money.


Amber H November 29, 2010 at 4:05 pm

Sheena/Stephanie – I believe that is right. When I used to work for FM, you could use any of the % off coupons w/the employee discount. When the cashier rings up % off coupon (10% off home) they have to enter the 10% manually after each item that the coupon applies to. The employee coupon scans, so it should work just as if you were an employee using your rewards cards (which automatically applies the 10%), which is allowed. You shouldn’t have any problems using both.


Sheena November 29, 2010 at 3:38 pm

You should be able to use the 10% in-ad coupon on this! This is the most basic Keurig, it only brews 2 cup sizes.


Shaina November 29, 2010 at 3:05 pm

Does anyone know if this is the one you can make lattes with too? Some can have a milk attachment and I just can’t tell which ones they are. I’m crossing my fingers that it’s this one!


Julie G November 29, 2010 at 3:58 pm

This is a single brew “coffee” maker. It does not do “espresso” drinks and there is no steamer attachment for Keurigs. These use little “k-cups” filled with coffee,tea or cocoa to make 1 cup at a time. You can make iced brewed coffee by filling a glass with ice and then brewing the middle setting (on my machine) I see this on only has 2 settings…then you add cream or flavoring or both. That’s as good as it gets. We love ours. But this is not a “espresso” maker.


stephanie duboc November 29, 2010 at 2:52 pm

wouldnt you be able to use the in ad 10% home to make this deal even better?


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