10 Ways to Save Money on Coffee

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There are many people who will willingly confess that they have an addiction to coffee. It’s one of those drinks that quite a few people insist they need to consume at least once or twice a day. However, any coffee drinker knows that sometimes coffee can be pretty expensive. Fortunately, there are a number of different ways you can save some money when it comes to your coffee habit.

Make It At Home

The best way to save money on coffee is by making it at home instead of buying it at a coffee shop. You can buy a bag of ground coffee for $7 that will last you awhile or you can spend that $7 on one or two cups of coffee from a cafĂ©. You’ve probably have already heard that you can


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6 Responses to 10 Ways to Save Money on Coffee

  1. VickiF says:

    If you brew too much, put it in the refrigerator. It’s quite easy to add a few ingredients the next day and have a nice flavored cold coffee.

  2. Christina says:

    Where are the $20 five-pound bags of whole beans? The best I can get that I know of within five miles is Costco for $24.99.

    This is not a way to save money, but to improve the taste of coffee at home for people who use French press: time it for four minutes. We learned this from a top roasteria.

    A way to save money: some people use half of used grounds with half of fresh grind for their second cup.

  3. Mike says:

    Coffee lasts much longer, and tastes much fresher when stored in the freezer. Works with whole beans, or pre ground coffee.
    Try it!

  4. Jenny says:

    If you brew your coffee at home, try using less coffee per pot, especially if you just dump in the same amount from habit or follow the directions on the coffee tin. I find those directions make way to strong of a pot for me.

    Just reduce by a little bit, maybe 10% less. If you don’t notice a difference, then use 10% less again. When you get a pot that tastes weak or doesn’t get you going like it should, go back to the previous amount. If you can use 20% less coffee than you were using without noticing it taste any different, then you’ve saved yourself 20% of the price of all the coffee you buy in the future, and all you have to lose is one weak pot of coffee.

  5. save money says:

    I can’t but thank for the para one to three. Making coffee at home is a way of saving money. But in busy life we often unable to get prepared for doing that at home. How to save then? Buying of whole beans is not always possible or to make proper use of that. What to do then? After all use of coupons, freebies or discount offer is often helpful.

  6. Melanie says:

    I totally agree with you. For a basic cup of coffee, it just makes sense to brew it from home. The money saved can be put towards the hundreds of other things we all have to pay for.

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