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Keurig deals: The large K-Select is just $70 right now (save $60)

Plus, more bargains on single-serve pod coffee makers from around the web.

If you're hunting for big deals on Keurig pod coffee makers, you're in luck. The popular Keurig K-Select with a large 52-ounce reservoir is down to $70 at Best Buy. That's $60 off the normal price. 

The brand also just launched a budget-friendly model -- the Keurig K-Express Essentials -- and you can bag one for $55 at Walmart with free shipping while it's in stock. The K-Express is just 12 inches tall and 6.5 inches wide, so it'll slide in virtually anywhere, but it sports a 36-ounce reservoir so you won't be refilling it constantly. Best of both worlds? I think so. The K-Express is also one of the lowest priced of any model in the Keurig line, but this one is only available through Walmart -- for now. 

Despite the many competitor brands, Keurig remains the most popular choice when it comes to easy, no-fuss coffee systems, producing tasty mugs of java, tea and other hot beverages in just seconds. That means no grinding, no measuring, no waiting and no cleanup. Starting to see the appeal? I've hunted down the very best deals on Keurig from around the web, and I keep this updated. 


This is one of the best Keurig models for a home with multiple coffee drinkers. It has a large and removable 52-ounce water reservoir, multiple brew sizes and a strong brew function -- great for iced coffee or espresso-style drinks. This is about as low as you're going to see the K-Select drop, save for rare occasions and flash sales.


The brand new itty bitty K-Express Essentials just launched exclusively with Walmart and the retailer has the black, red or teal models down to just $55. And they don't get much cheaper than that, people. This is a perfect compact Keurig for your camper, small apartment or even to plop down at your desk so you don't have to walk all the way to the kitchen or break room. Unlike some of the other small models, this one has a 36-ounce reservoir so you don't have to constantly refill. Score!

It's only 6.5 inches across so it'll fit pretty much anywhere and will brew from any of the hundreds of K-Cup pods available. Or use it with the much more eco-friendly My K-Cup refillable pod and coffee filter


This is one of Keurig's more premium models. Why is that? It uses something called multistream technology to soak the pods from a few different angles and is meant to produce a more robust brew. I have yet to try the K-Supreme but a number of positive buyer reviews reflect that the strong setting makes a coffee that resembles espresso and is good for making iced coffee, since the ice naturally dilutes your coffee. 

This model normally sells for $140 or more so this $120 sale price plus free shipping is a solid deal. Note you have to add to cart in order to see the price.


The K-Slim is a popular Keurig model because it's compact -- hence the slim moniker -- but still has a small backup reservoir so you don't have to refill it every time you want to make a fresh cup. We've seen this model drop down to $60 before, but it rarely goes lower than this, so it's a good opportunity to snag the sleek pod coffee maker. Plus, the sale price includes free shipping.


The K-Mini is exactly that -- mini -- so it won't take up much space in your kitchen and makes a super quick cup when you need it. This model was created in collaboration with interior design and style superstar Jonathan Adler and it's currently $50 off at Target. 

For reference, the lowest we've seen the K-Mini (a non-Jonathan Adler model) on Amazon is $53 and it's only happened once. So any way you slice it, this is one of the lowest prices for the compact Keurig model.

Worth noting that it only has a single-serving water reservoir and so may not be the perfect fit for a home with lots of coffee drinkers or a heavily trafficked office break room. But if saving space is most important for, say, an RV, dorm room, small apartment or kitchen, this might be the Keurig you want. The push-button coffee machine takes K-Cup pods (sold separately) and its strength adjustment feature leaves you in control. You can even score a matching mug on Keurig's website for $10.


This might be the most versatile Keurig model, featuring both a pod-brew function and a classic drip-coffee station with 12-cup carafe. It's a great buy for anywhere with lots of coffee drinkers that go for different styles. The pod side also has a 60-ounce water reservoir so you won't have to refill it often.

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