The best Black Friday Keurig deals you can still get today

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Black Friday may be over, but there are still some Black Friday Keurig deals available to shop at your leisure. 

Almost every model in Keurig's extensive range is still enjoying some sort of Black Friday deals even though the event has been and gone. The Keurig K-Supreme Plus Coffee Maker, for example, is now just $155.75 on Amazon with a saving of 22%, down from $199.99 and the cheaper Keurig K-Mini Coffee Maker is now just $67.13 at Amazon, a saving of 33% down from $99.99.

Keurig products are among the best coffee makers money can buy, and as such, they rarely come cheap. However, major retailers including Amazon, Walmart and Target have been offering several stellar Black Friday Keurig deals for the past few weeks – and it looks like those discounts are here to stay for a little longer.

In this guide, we've highlighted our pick of the continuing discounts, and shared advice on where, when and how to bag the best Black Friday Keurig deals in 2022. If you're after a coffee maker from a different manufacturer, we're also tracking the best Black Friday coffee maker deals on a separate page, too.  

Black Friday Keurig deals: quick links

There's still a bunch of Black Friday Keurig deals to shop at Amazon, Walmart and Best Buy. You'll find our pick of the savings below, along with a roundup of the retailers that typically offer great Black Friday Keurig deals.

Side note: Keurig are still offering up to 50% off brewers, bundles and accessories , but only if you sign up to the brand's auto-delivery pod subscription for a minimum of 12 months. As such, we haven't included those deals below – but if you're happy with a year-long commitment, those discounts are well worth considering. 

The best Black Friday Keurig deals 

Keurig K-Mini Coffee Maker: was

Keurig K-Mini Coffee Maker: was $100 now $67.13 at Amazon
Like the Keurig K-Slim, the K-Mini coffee maker is designed for those with limited space (or a smaller budget). It's less than five inches wide, so can easily fit on small counter tops, and can still brew any cup size between 6 to 12 ounces. However, unlike the Slim, the K-Mini only features a one-cup reservoir, so you'll need to add water for each brew. $50 is just $2 shy of Amazon's lowest-ever price.

Keurig K-Cafe Essentials Coffee Maker: was

Keurig K-Cafe Essentials Coffee Maker: was $99 now $79 at Walmart
Walmart has the Essentials version of the Keurig K-Cafe coffee maker at just $79 as part of its Black Friday sale. It's not as flashy as its premium sibling – which sports a nickel-colored finish, metal handle, metal drip tray, and is on sale at Amazon right now – but as for features and settings, it's exactly the same machine. The K-Cafe may drop even lower on or after Black Friday, but $79 is still a great deal worth thinking about. 

Keurig K- Slim Coffee Maker: was

Keurig K- Slim Coffee Maker: was $130 now $80 at Amazon
If space is an issue on your kitchen top, consider Keurig's K-Slim machine. It's a lot thinner than your average coffee maker, but can still serve up to 12 oz of liquid at a time. It's a great choice if you want something practical but with a small footprint. Keurig itself dropped the K- Slim down to $75 last Black Friday, so this $80 deal at Amazon is almost as good.

Keurig K-Classic Coffee Maker: was

Keurig K-Classic Coffee Maker: was $150 now $90 at Amazon
The perfect all-around coffee maker for a family kitchen, the Keurig K-Classic is a great option if you're looking for something with a large reservoir and quick brew time, but don't want to completely break the bank. Amazon knocked $50 off its list price last Black Friday, but has had the K-Classic as low as $45 in years prior. For our money, though, under $100 for this model is still a stellar deal. 

Keurig K-Supreme Coffee Maker: was

Keurig K-Supreme Coffee Maker: was $160 now $99 at Amazon
Keurig's K-Supreme coffee maker is 38% off at Amazon right now, which is just $20 shy of its lowest-ever price. This model boasts the brand's MultiStream brewing technology to better saturate coffee grounds, and its 66 oz reservoir can be positioned on either side of the machine. The only difference between the K-Supreme and its Plus sibling– which is also on sale at Amazon – is that the latter gets programmable brew strength and temperature settings.

Keurig K-Elite Coffee Maker: was

Keurig K-Elite Coffee Maker: was $190 now $119.99 at Amazon
Fan of iced coffees? The K-Elite can handle those. It's also capable of producing hot water on-demand should you need it – making the K-Elite perfect for oatmeal or tea. This model features QuietBrew technology to reduce noise, as well as notifications for descaling. $120 is just $20 short of Amazon's lowest-ever price, which came back in July, and we don't anticipate seeing this deal get much better on Black Friday itself. 

Keurig K-Supreme Plus Coffee Maker: was

Keurig K-Supreme Plus Coffee Maker: was $200 now $155 at Amazon
We've never seen the Keurig K-Supreme Plus cheaper at Amazon. With MultiStream technology – which Keurig claims more evenly saturates coffee grounds – this is a coffee maker for those who like their hot drinks brimming with flavor. Its 66 oz reservoir can be positioned on either side of the machine, and the 'Plus' element of this particular model refers to programmable brew strengths and temperature settings – two features that the standard Keurig K-Supreme doesn't offer.

Keurig K-Cafe Special Edition Coffee Maker: was

Keurig K-Cafe Special Edition Coffee Maker: was $190 now $163 at Amazon
There are coffee makers, and then there are coffee makers. Keurig's K-Cafe machine falls firmly into the latter camp. This coffee maker will let you use any K-Cup pod to brew coffee, or make delicious lattes and cappuccinos if you're after something a little different. It's got simple button controls, and a large 60 oz reservoir that lets you to brew six cups before needing to refill. The K-Cafe may get cheaper on or after Black Friday, but $27 off at Amazon is still a reasonable deal worth considering. 

Tips for buying a Keurig this Black Friday

The easiest way to make sure you're getting the best Keurig Black Friday deal is to check that you're going after the right model for your needs. Keurig has a range of devices in its current line up, and balancing their features and prices with your own lifestyle is key to getting the most value out of your purchase. 

The cheapest Keurig, for example, is the Keurig K-Mini. While perfect for smaller spaces or lone coffee drinkers, the lack of a water reservoir and basic controls means it's not ideal for larger households or those looking to tinker with the strength and flavor of their coffee. 

The Keurig K-Duo coffee maker being used in a kitchen

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If you're looking for something that can handle more than one cup at a time but still won't break the bank, we'd recommend checking out the Keurig K-Classic instead. There's a removable water reservoir here, which means you won't need to fill it up for each drink, and each tank can brew between four and eight drinks depending on the size you choose. 

Or, if you're looking for more control over your coffee's strength and texture, something a little more premium might be in order. The Keurig K-Cafe comes with a milk frother and a shot setting for a stronger brew, making it an easy way to experiment with specialty drinks at home without splashing out on a full espresso machine. 

In general, we'd recommend checking the following specs of your chosen coffee maker to ensure that you're picking up the right machine for you.

  • Reservoir capacity: check how much water the machine will hold, and whether that amount will be enough for a full day's use without having to refill.
  • Reservoir build: can the water reservoir be removed for filling at the sink? Many cheaper machines build the reservoir straight into the body, which makes things a little more cumbersome. 
  • Size: check that the footprint of your coffee maker will fit on your available counter space, including any storage or accessories you plan on picking up with it.
  • Brew sizes: if you like a larger coffee, check that your machine can brew 10- or 12-ounce cups.
  • Milk frother: those looking to experiment with specialty drinks like a Cappuccino or Latte will need a milk frother, and picking a machine with one already attached will save you plenty of cash. 

Once you've found the right machine for you, it's time to find some deals. As above, we're rounding up all the best Black Friday Keurig deals on this very page – but if you find a price you like elsewhere, it's crucial that you check it against other retailers. Many larger stores automatically price match each other, however it's always worth checking for a lower cost elsewhere, especially seeing as retailers also like to add free gifts to boost their chances against the competition.

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Where are the best Black Friday Keurig deals?

Black Friday is over for another year, but there are still lots of deals available - we’re rounding them up in our best cheaper coffee makers page. 

If you want to check tabs on the sales for yourself, there are some retailers that offer better discounts on Keurig coffee makers than others. Here are our top recommendations.

Amazon: several Keurig models on sale now
Bed, Bath, and Beyond:
limited offers
Best Buy:
K-Select on sale now
savings on pods and accessories
low prices and store exclusives

Axel Metz
Senior Staff Writer

Axel is a London-based Senior Staff Writer at TechRadar, reporting on everything from the latest Apple developments to newest movies as part of the site's daily news output. Having previously written for publications including Esquire and FourFourTwo, Axel is well-versed in the applications of technology beyond the desktop, and his coverage extends from general reporting and analysis to in-depth interviews and opinion. 

Axel studied for a degree in English Literature at the University of Warwick before joining TechRadar in 2020, where he then earned an NCTJ qualification as part of the company’s inaugural digital training scheme. 

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