Get Caffeinated and Save $10 on Select Coffee Makers at Staples

$10 off select coffee makers at Staples

Here’s a fun fact: A 20-person office drinks 62 cups of coffee a day, where the average Canadian drinks about 2.8 a day–I don’t know about you, but I wouldn’t drink only 0.8 of a cup. If you’re looking to help your caffeine addiction along you can pick up a Keurig or Tassimo machine from Staples and get $10 off it. Plus, as a bonus, the discs for the machines are on sale as well at 15% off.

If you’d rather something else that will give you a buzz but has no caffeine in it, check out our Staples coupon page.

Details: Save $10 on a Tassimo or Keurig coffee machine
Code: 5564199111746894
Expires: 14th September, 2012
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Tassimo discsLet me start off with saying that I’m not an expert on the Keurig machine since I don’t have one and have never used one. I do have friends that have one however, and give it high praise.

The Tassimo, however, is my baby and one of my favorite kitchen gadgets. With our old coffee machines we noticed we were wasting a lot; there was either too much coffee that so we’d throw some of it away and waste filters and beans in the process. With this machine, we can make one cup at a time without wasting anything and it’s always brewed perfectly–my mom would always complain that I would brew coffee too strong for her. A regular T-disc box makes 14 cups of coffee and usually runs for about $7.00-$7.50; which, if you do the math and add up how much coffee beans and filters cost, it could actually be cheaper.

Both machines aren’t just meant for coffee and have hot chocolates and teas available for brewing. I know Tassimo just announced that they were going to start carrying Tim Horton’s coffee and Tetley teas.

Keurig machines run from $99-$199 where the Tassimo machines run from $99-$149. Don’t forget to pick up coffee discs at the same time and get 15% off of them at Staples!

There are 2 articles that we here at vouchercodes wrote about coffee machines that might educate you a little:

A guide to single serve coffee machines
Buying a coffee machine as a gift

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