Keurig Prime Day 2020 deals: Up to 44% off Keurig coffee makers

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Amazon Prime Day 2020: Get up to 44% off Keurig single-serve coffee makers

The Keurig K-Mini brews a single cup of coffee, and it’s $45 as an Amazon Prime Day 2020 deal.

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  • Keurig coffee makers and K-Cups are up to 43% off for Amazon Prime Day 2020.
  • The Keurig K-Mini Single Serve Coffee Maker is $45, which is $15 lower than last year’s Black Friday price. At 5 inches wide, it won’t crowd kitchen counters. 
  • Keurig’s K-Duo, which can brew a pod and a carafe of coffee simultaneously, is currently 20% off, and the K-Elite, which features hot and cold brewing capabilities, is 30% off. 
  • You can also save $10 on Keurig’s Bold Roast Variety Pack, which includes 40 medium and bold roast pods from brands like Revv, Laughing Man, Newman’s Own Organics, and The Original Donut Shop Coffee.
  • For more kitchen and coffee deals, visit our Prime Day 2020 kitchen deals page.

Keurig thought of everything with the compact K-Mini. The single-serve pod machine is energy efficient with an auto-off feature that powers down 90 seconds after brewing, making it safe to keep on a desktop. Just pop in your favorite K-Cup and choose a brew from 6 to 12 ounces. Amazon’s $35 discount on the K-Mini coffee maker extends to the black, oasis, and studio gray models, while Target is offering $30 off Jonathan Adler’s limited-edition patterned version. 

If you’re a year-round iced coffee drinker, Keurig’s K-Elite, which features hot and cold brewing capabilities, is also 31% off at Target. And Walmart is currently running a 20% off deal on the K-Duo, which can brew a K-Cup and a carafe of coffee simultaneously. 

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