Costco Costco.ca: Keurig K-Elite+ Single-Serve Brewer Bundle with My K-Cup Reusable Coffee Filter $149.99 Get a Keurig K-Elite+ Brewer Bundle for $150!

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Enjoy coffee, coffee, coffee at any time with this deal from Costco.ca, because you can get a Keurig K-Elite+ Single-Serve Brewer Bundle with a My K-Cup Reusable Coffee Filter for $149.99 with free shipping!

This Keurig K-Elite brewer is the newest member of the Keurig family and was just released in February 2018. What's notable about this deal is that the $149.99 Costco.ca price is significantly lower than the suggested Canadian retail price of $199.99 and it's even lower than pricing in the United States, where it's currently $169.99 USD at Walmart.com.

This Costco bundle also includes a My K-Cup Reusable Filter, which lets you use regular ground coffee instead of conventional K-Cup pods. Product features include:

  • 2.2L removable water reservoir
  • Brews five different cup sizes from 118mL to 355mL
  • Strong Brew button to increase the strength and bold taste of your coffee
  • Iced setting to brew hot over ice at the touch of a button for iced coffee
  • Hot water on demand for perfect instant soups or oatmeal
  • Brews K-Cup pods in under a minute
  • Quiet brew technology minimizes noise when in use
  • Simple button controls with brewer maintenance reminder

This offer is available for a limited time online and in Costco warehouse locations (where available). Shipping is included in the Costco.ca price and a membership is not required to shop online.

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    • Thanks OP! Was in the market for a good Keurig machine. Grabbed one from my local Costco, IMHO it's a hot deal since it's already much cheaper than the US Wal-Mart and Amazon plus it includes the My K-Cup Reusable Coffee Filter($20 worth) and water filter.
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    • Curious. Why would Keurig bother with a DRM line, and then produce a non-DRM line? Sounds counter intuitive to me.
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    • ZipSpeed wrote:
      Apr 4th, 2018 12:58 am
      Curious. Why would Keurig bother with a DRM line, and then produce a non-DRM line? Sounds counter intuitive to me.
      Cause Costco probably leaned them towards an open brand, plus Costco shoppers tend to be aware of costs of equipment.
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    • ZipSpeed wrote:
      Apr 4th, 2018 12:58 am
      Curious. Why would Keurig bother with a DRM line, and then produce a non-DRM line? Sounds counter intuitive to me.
      Because of the HUGE consumer backlash, the loss of sales, and the stock price tanking as a result.
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    • Do any new keurigs have the DRM? Or did they get rid of that entirely.
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    • does it fit the carafe?
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    • Cantthinkofaname wrote:
      Apr 4th, 2018 9:47 am
      Because of the HUGE consumer backlash, the loss of sales, and the stock price tanking as a result.
      For Sure, they also caved with My KCup a couple years ago which was not available originally when the 2.0 line was introduced (they wanted you to only purchase full K-Cups.
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    • Any chance of pm's out there?
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    • I couldn't believe it either when I searched google for Keurig k-elite and noticed Costco had it for $149.99. At first, I thought someone made a mistake and put an image of the newer k-elite for the older elite machines but the description was for the newer model currently only available in the US.

      It's not even on the Canadian Keurig site yet but did notice the K525 model is discontinued on their site which is the model it replaces. Just ordered one today because, at that price, it's a steal. They must be selling it at nearly wholesale since Amazon has it for $160+ in the states.
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    • Bought 1 on Sunday. I use the Kirkland Colombian coffee in the reusable filter. Brews strong!
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    • it was on clearance at Costco Gloucester with .97 in price, yesterday. I don't remember the exact price though, as I don't drink single serve coffee, so didn't pay enough attention. if I think really hard, I would say it was less than 100 with .97 in price. quite a few left.
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    • U1439571 wrote:
      Apr 12th, 2018 9:39 am
      it was on clearance at Costco Gloucester with .97 in price, yesterday. I don't remember the exact price though, as I don't drink single serve coffee, so didn't pay enough attention. if I think really hard, I would say it was less than 100 with .97 in price. quite a few left.
      There's no way the brand new machine was on clearance for less than 100.
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    • U1439571 wrote:
      Apr 12th, 2018 9:39 am
      it was on clearance at Costco Gloucester with .97 in price, yesterday. I don't remember the exact price though, as I don't drink single serve coffee, so didn't pay enough attention. if I think really hard, I would say it was less than 100 with .97 in price. quite a few left.
      There are many models of Keurig coffee brewers, I think you made an honest mistake...
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    • Is this also available in-store? I mean, I know I could drive there and check, but if anyone knows for sure, it'd save me the trip!
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    • Password wrote:
      Apr 12th, 2018 11:01 am
      Is this also available in-store? I mean, I know I could drive there and check, but if anyone knows for sure, it'd save me the trip!
      Yes, see 2nd post.
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    • Unless your current Keurig is failing (or you are new into them) there is not much that this trimmed down version offers.
      - Last iteration of the 2.0 machines already had temp setting added back.
      - DRM is more of a moot point now, most 3rd party got updated to be 2.0 compatible (lol @ Keurig) not to mention the DRM patch is just few dollars on amazon.
      - Keurig now offers less and less for Costco, it used to be the K5XX machines (with 80 oz tanks) + 60 k-cup and 6 carafes + filters for $160 or so (went as low as $120 early 2015), then extras got slashed to merely a tank filter and added a my K-cup (again for $150, which went as low as $100 late 2016), now Costco is carrying the new elite plus which is a K4XX equivalent but with brushed steel accents (so smaller 75 oz tank, and less brewing sizes) with just the my k-cup for the same $150 !!
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    • can this thing use the keurig carafe?
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    • aasoror wrote:
      Apr 12th, 2018 1:21 pm
      the DRM patch is just few dollars on amazon.
      You can just use electrical (on any other non-clear) tape.
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    • steven80 wrote:
      Apr 12th, 2018 1:28 pm
      can this thing use the keurig carafe?
      I'm not certain but from what I read I think the answer is "yes" but people complain that the filter can't be used with the carafe. Since I'm just a new Keurig owner since Yesterday and had no idea there was a carafe until today, don't quote me on this.
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    • aasoror wrote:
      Apr 12th, 2018 1:21 pm
      Unless your current Keurig is failing (or you are new into them) there is not much that this trimmed down version offers.
      As a new buyer, I did hesitate between Tassimo and Keurig. I used to own a Tassimo, but went with Keurig because of the cheaper pods in general. I was willing to pay a bit more to have the new model, but buying a discontinued one at $50 cheaper would make sense to.
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