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The newest Canadian Tire flyer is now available for your viewing pleasure here on RedFlagDeals! This week's flyer is valid from January 20 to 26, and features deals on items from Pro-Form, Keurig, and more!

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    • also have a $5 CT money offer for $50 spent, looks like a good deal to combine
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    • This one doesn’t support reusable cups?
      Hmm, on my end it shows that it does. My reusable cup I mean that mesh cup that you can put ground coffee in.
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    • does the coffee come out piping hot or kinda luke warm?
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    • What are good pod options for this ?
      Amazon 2 for $38 McCafe deals that are posted regularly on here or the Kirkland boxes at Costco with 120 for $35-40. Anything around 30 to 40 cents a pod is a deal.
      I also like the PC Great Canadian ones as they are compostable and around $12 for 30 when on sale.
      You can also buy a pod you fill with your own ground coffee. That’s what I did last time I owned a Keurig because I didn’t like the cost of the pods or the environmental waste from single use pods
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    • What are good pod options for this ?
      Amazon 2 for $38 McCafe deals that are posted regularly on here or the Kirkland boxes at Costco with 120 for $35-40. Anything around 30 to 40 cents a pod is a deal.
      I also like the PC Great Canadian ones as they are compostable and around $12 for 30 when on sale.
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    • What are good pod options for this ?
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    • Check your app for Triangle deals, I see a 10x multiplier on coffee makers.
      Check for your app and try and to an offer exchange to swap. I found a 25x multiplier on Keurigs and I also have $5 in CT money when I spend $40. Plus if your have a CT Mastercard you get another 4% back in CT money.

      So with some quick calculation
      25x multiplier=$5 in CT money
      When I spend $40 or more=$5 in CT money
      4% back when using CT Mastercard=$2 in CT money

      So I would get $12 back in CT money for this coffee maker. With tax I would be paying $56 and with the points offers it takes it down to an effective cost of $44.
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    • Thank you and in for one
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    • Thanks OP. I was waiting for this to go on sale on Boxing Day but this is cheaper than I was waiting for!

      Anyone have any suggestions for the cheapest place to get decaf pods?
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    • Check your app for Triangle deals, I see a 10x multiplier on coffee makers.
      I had a 25x multiplier I got by swapping one of my own coupons plus a $5 for $50 spend (had to buy something else to get it over $50) also redeemed some CT money which essentially I earned most back from the stacked promo. CT sucks for non sale items but honestly their rewards program can work out quite well when something comes up on a decent sale.
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    • Check your app for Triangle deals, I see a 10x multiplier on coffee makers.
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    • Upvoted...nearly bought one for work....but was reminded by the wife that I really need to cut down...
      spending or coffee?

      One of those habits is almost impossible to kick
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    • Upvoted...nearly bought one for work....but was reminded by the wife that I really need to cut down...
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    • That's a great deal for this Keurig. Bought mine for $69.99 before the profiteering price increase of $15 (21% price increase, yeah profiteering) a little over a year ago and have been more than satisfied with it. It fits taller travel mugs better than the other Keurigs and also has a button for stronger brew.

      For that price and if you prefer Keurig (not getting into the whole Keurig debate) go for it. I don't think you'll be disappointed. Be aware it doesn't come with a water filter or the water filter attachment but of course it's not necessary to use it.
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    • Saw this in the flyer preview. Good price if you’re looking for one, ATL on Amazon is $59.
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