This is a great deal if you have a Keurig machine or if you are considering getting one. The bad news is that the deal is only available for a very short time so you don’t want to wait.
You can get 2 Ekobrew refillable filters plus a bag of Community Coffee for $18.75 and shipping is free.
The Ekobrew filters are a cheaper way to brew coffee in a Keurig because you can use any variety of bagged coffee instead of buying k-cups. K-cups can be a little spendy so I actually alternate back and forth between k-cups and the filter.
Usually the Ekobrew filters run about $10-11 each- so you will get (2) of those plus the free bag of coffee.
To get this deal just requires a few steps:
Head over to Amazon where the package is priced at $25.00
Click subscribe and save on the right side and the price drops to $21.25
Then use coupon code: COMMUN92 at checkout
The final price is going to be $18.75
Now the coupon code expires tonight. So if you miss that you will pay $21.25 which I think is still a great deal.
Once your order arrives either keep regular deliveries by doing nothing OR simply go into your account and click cancel subscribe and save for no further obligation.
Charlene…..any tips on using the filter? No matter what I do, I can’t seem to get my coffee strong enough. It’s super watery and yuck. Wondered if you have had the same problem? I have the My Kcup filter. Which one do you have?
I have the same one. I fill it to the very top. 🙂 I basically like tar for coffee and I don’t notice it being watery. I have a Cuisinart not a Keurig and mine is set to 8oz size cup too. I just made iced coffee for the entire week too if you want the recipe:
It turned out really well. I used the Cafe Bustelo.
Amy, I think the my kcup is the worst one out there. I’ve tried that, the solofil cup and am only using the eko brew cup and think its the best one out there. It’s not watered down at all, in fact sometimes I brew it too strong and I love strong coffee. I’d recommend this. Especially at this price.
I have the My Kcup and it has worked 99% of the time. I fill it to the top and screw the cap on. The one drawback is having to rinse it out after using it. It would be nice to have a couple extra on hand! : )