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The only Cyber Week Keurig deals worth buying, selected by a barista

These six coffee makers are the only Cyber Week Keurig deals worth buying. Trust me, I'm a qualified barista.

One of the best Cyber Week Keurig deals: Keurig K-Elite on a marble countertop with iced coffee and a croissant beside it
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The Cyber Week Keurig deals are vast. There's some form of discount on every one of their coffee makers, but not every single one is worth investing in. I've selected the best six deals available, so you don't have to waste time scrolling all the single-serve savings.

As a barista, I'm really fussy with coffee, so I won't accept anything less than good. I've spent hours reading reviews, and scrolling the sales to find the best Cyber Week coffee maker deals. As it happens, there are a lot of Keurigs reduced today, so I thought we needed to dedicate some space to these hasty, tasty coffee makers.

If you're not set and sold on Keurigs, I've included a few of my other favorite single-serve coffee makers further below. They're all reduced for Cyber Week , so I suggest you get shopping.

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My favorite deal

K-Elite | Was $190, now $119.99 at Best Buy

K-Elite | Was $190, now $119.99 at Best Buy
Other Keurigs have more than this 35% discount, but, none are as versatile as the K-Elite. This can make 5 different sized coffees, from 4-12 oz. The settings range from Intense to Iced and Light, delivering on their namesakes every time.

If you have guests round, the 75 oz reservoir will allow you to make multiple cups in next to no time and, if anyone wants tea, this can dispense only hot water. It's perfect for busy households, but lacks a milk frother and some reviews say that the drip tray is a little flimsy.

Best deal for: a quiet Keurig

K-Select | Was $150, now $69.99 at Best Buy

K-Select | Was $150, now $69.99 at Best Buy
With a 53% discount, this almost won the accolade for the best value Keurig deal as well as the quietest. The 'Strong Brew' option is a really fantastic feature and is praised in reviews alongside the quick and quiet brew times.

Reviewers caution that this is bulkier than most models and does splash quite a lot. That said, for $70, you won't do better.

Best deal for: a compact Keurig

K-Slim | Was $130, now $69.99 at Best Buy

K-Slim | Was $130, now $69.99 at Best Buy
I know the K-Mini is technically more compact than this one, but the Mini compromises too much on flavors to sit high on my deals list. The K-Slim is, as the name suggests, svelte enough for small kitchens and still effective at making a flavorful cup of coffee. 

Petite, speedy, and almost half price, it's a brilliant basic option. My only issue is that the smallest cup this brews is 8 oz, rather than 4 oz like most models, so it's a little limited.

Best deal for: a speciality Keurig

K-Cafe Barista Bar | Was $140, now $99.99 at Best Buy

K-Cafe Barista Bar | Was $140, now $99.99 at Best Buy
Keurig has a few machines which claim to make good 'speciality coffee', including the K-Supreme Plus. However, I wouldn't spend my money anywhere but here. 

Even though this is one of their more expensive machines, it's also one of the most popular, producing 'full', 'rich', and 'flavorful' coffee according to reviews. It offers a range of coffee sizes and strengths, plus it is the only one which has a milk frother. The only con is that this is more expensive and energy consuming than all the others in this guide.

Best deal for: an iced Keurig

K-Slim and Iced | Was $120, now $69.99 at Walmart

K-Slim and Iced | Was $120, now $69.99 at Walmart
As the name suggests, this is the best dedicated iced coffee Keurig. The K-Elite can make delicious cold coffee, adjusting its brew temperature to ensure a more mellow and less acidic flavor. It's slim amd relatively quick, but can't brew any coffee smaller than 8 oz. The hot coffee it brews is also a little 'flat' according to reviews, so only get this is you'll almost exclusively drink iced coffee.

Best deal for: a cheap Keurig

K-Mini | Was $90, now $59.99 at Target

K-Mini | Was $90, now $59.99 at Target
The K-Mini was cheap at full price. At close to half price, it's a steal. Petite and lightweight, it's easy to move around and is available in pink, blue, teal, black, and red. The cord organiser keeps things tidy, so looks-wise, it's faultless.

The amount of water you put in will determine your cup size, with a range from 6 to 12 oz. If you live in a busy home, this can quickly create a queue for coffee, because this can take over two and a half minutes to brew a single cup and it won't be quiet either. I would also caution that the coffee this makes isn't tasty. In fact, the overwhelming sense from reviews is that it's all a bit 'flat'. For those who caffeinate functionally, this is fine. However, if you like speciality coffee, scroll back to the top for your other options.

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Alternative options to Keurigs

Nespresso Vertuo Pop

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It's worth remembering that there are other single-serve coffee makers on the market at a similar price point to Keurig. Cuisinart's model makes the best tasting single-serve coffee you'll ever drink and Nespresso's models are reliably durable, making tasty coffee too. If your budget has another $10 dollars stretch, it's take a look at these.

Cuisinart Grind and Brew | Was $120, now $99.99 at Amazon

Cuisinart Grind and Brew | Was $120, now $99.99 at Amazon
This is around the price point of all these Keurigs, but it's a little bigger and the coffee it brews is infinitely better. The Cuisinart freshly grinds beans and then quickly brews bold, string cups of coffee. It's my favorite single-serve machine.

Read more in our full review

Nespresso Vertuo Plus With Breville| Was $249.95, now $174.30 at Amazon

Nespresso Vertuo Plus With Breville| Was $249.95, now $174.30 at Amazon
If you're looking for a compact single-serve coffee maker and you have a little more budget, I'd always opt for a Nespresso. The Vertuo Plus is compact, premium, and makes delicious, full-bodied coffee. 

Nespresso Vertuo Pop | Was $149, now $109 at Nespresso

Nespresso Vertuo Pop | Was $149, now $109 at Nespresso
This is close to Keurig prices, but it feels and looks much more premium. It's Nespresso's smallest machine, but is still compatible with Vertuo pods, which are some of the best tasting single-serve blends I've tried. You can choose it in a range of colors too, so if you're budget is $100, I'd make it stretch $9 more to this.

Nespresso Vertuo Creatista | Was $749.95, now $524.30 at Nespresso

Nespresso Vertuo Creatista | Was $749.95, now $524.30 at Nespresso
Those after a little more luxury won't do better than this. The Creatista is the result of an expensive collaobration between two coffee giants: Nespresso and Breville. This froths milk expertly and looks stunning on the countertop. Did I mention it's endorsed by David Beckham too?

FAQs

Which is the best Cyber Week Keurig deal?

My favorite Cyber Week Keurig deal is on the K-Elite. It's not the cheapest, but this is one of the best Keurigs on the market and a 35% discount is not one to be missed. This makes tasty iced coffee as well as flavorful hot coffee too.

Is it worth buying a Keurig in Cyber Week ?

Keurigs have a reputation as cheap single-serve machines, even at full price. In the Cyber Week sales, almost all their models are reduced by at least 29% and I've seen some which are half price. If you're going to buy a cheap single-serve machine, now is the time to get one.

Final thoughts

Keurig K-Cafe Barista

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There are lots of really good Cyber Week coffee maker deals available. If you're looking for single-serve machines which are cheap and cheerful, Keurig is the right place to be. I've included suggestions for Nespresso and Cuisinart too, because they're not far off the price of a Keurig and they deliver much better flavors. Whichever you choose, these are all excellent deals.

Laura Honey
eCommerce Editor

Laura is our eCommerce editor. As a fully qualified barista, she's our expert in all things coffee and has tested over thirty of the best coffee makers on the market. She has also interviewed Q-Graders and world-leading experts in the coffee industry, so has an intimate knowledge of all things coffee. Before joining Homes & Gardens, she studied English at Oxford University. Whilst studying, she trained as a master perfumer and worked in the luxury fragrance industry for five years. Her collection of home fragrance is extensive and she's met and interviewed five of the world's finest perfumers (also known as 'noses'). As a result of this expansive fragrance knowledge, she always puts quality and style over quantity and fads. Laura looks for products which have been designed simply and with thoughtful finishes.