If you're on the hunt for cheap coffee maker sales, you're certainly browsing at the right time. We're expecting to see (and already seeing) plenty of discounts across both top-of-the-range devices and budget brewers alike right now. That means you can save on everything from Nespresso to Ninja - if you know where to look. Our coffee maker deals guide includes a variety of different sizes, features, so you can find the best coffee maker for you at the lowest price.
We've included a wide range of coffee makers from top brands such as Nespresso, Ninja, Breville, and Mr. Coffee, to name a few. We also included different models that offer a variety of features, such as 24-hour programmability, customizable presets, and adjustable temperature.
You'll find today's best coffee maker sales and deals below, comparing prices from the most popular models online so you can find out which brand and price is best for you.
The best coffee maker sales:
The best-selling Keurig K-Cup Coffee Maker uses pods to brew coffee in under a minute. Simply insert a pod, select your desired brew size, and enjoy your morning cup of joe. The single-serve coffee maker brews multiple K-Cup Pod sizes, so you have different options on the strength of your coffee. The Keurig includes a 48oz water reservoir so you can brew at least six cups before having to refill.
If you're worried about k-cup options, several brands like Starbucks and Folgers offer K-Cups in a variety of different flavors. The K-Classic retails for $149.99, but Keurig coffee maker sales happen often, so you can typically find this model discounted at popular online retailers.
If you're looking for an affordable no-frills coffee maker, then the Mr. Coffee 12-cup coffee maker is a great option. The classic coffee maker has a 12-cup capacity and features a convenient auto-pause functionality. This allows you to get a cup of coffee before the brew cycle has finished, and once you place the carafe back, the brew will complete its cycle. The Mr. Coffee also features a removable basket filter that lifts out for quick and easy filling and cleaning.
If you enjoy fresh, ground great-tasting coffee, then the Cuisinart Programmable Coffeemaker is for you. The coffee maker includes a built-in burr grinder that automatically grinds beans before brewing. The coffee maker allows you to choose between three different strengths (strong, medium, or mild), and the grind-control function allows you to program the amount of coffee to grind. The bean hopper holds up to a half pound of beans and comes with a sealed lid to prevent moisture. The Cuisinart coffee maker can brew up to 12 cups of coffee at a time and includes a charcoal water filter to remove impurities.
The KitchenAid Drip coffee maker features a unique 29-hole spiral showerhead that evenly saturates coffee grounds to ensure a more balanced, favorable cup of coffee. The drip coffee maker also features a stylish retro design with a transparent, removable tank with a large opening to minimize spills. The KitchenAid drip can brew up to 12 cups of coffee and is 24-hour programmable, so your coffee can be ready at any time of the day.
While the KitchenAid Drip isn't the cheapest coffee maker on our list, retailing for $199.95/£179/AU$305.67, it's less expensive than other coffee makers that feature the unique showerhead to produce a premium cup of coffee.
Enjoy a variety of delicious caffeine beverages with the Ninja Hot and Cold Coffee Maker. The Ninja system includes six different brew sizes and makes five different coffee and tea brew styles that consist of hot coffee and tea and ice drinks like cold brew and iced coffee. The Ninja includes individual coffee and tea baskets to keep flavors separated and will recognize which basket is in use to display coffee and tea drink options. Our favorite feature of the Ninja Hot and Cold coffee maker is the built-in fold-away milk frother. This allows you to create specialty drinks like cappuccinos, matcha tea lattes, flat whites, and more.
Because the Ninja can create more beverages than your average your coffee maker, it's also more expensive, but If you think about all the money you'll save at your local coffee shop, then the Ninja could be worth every penny.
Brew a creamy espresso in the comfort of your own home with the Nespresso VertuoPlus. The Vertuo Plus brews five different cup sizes and can make standard coffee with crema or an authentic espresso. The Nespresso machine uses convenient capsules printed with a barcode that tells the machine what to make. This allows you to easily brew your coffee with a touch of a button without changing settings. The Nespresso machine also uses extraction technology which spins up to 7,000 rotations per minute, blending your coffee to create the perfect thick and creamy topping.
The Vertuo Plus was released in 2016, which means you can typically find Nespresso machine sales instead of paying the launch price of $189/£200/AU$249.
The Breville Precision Brewer is for java lovers that enjoy premium coffee at home. The Precision Brewer is a drip coffee maker that brews craft filter coffee automatically. The Breville features six different modes that include different strengths and temperatures such as hot, iced, and cold brew. You can also adjust the precise temperature, flow rate, and contact time.
The coffee maker includes dual filter baskets so you can control the volume of coffee brewed. The Precision Brewer also includes a thermocoil heating system that delivers water that is purer than typical brewing systems that use aluminum.
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