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    Default FREE Senseo coffee maker ($80 value)

    You just have to pay $15 shipping and fill out a questionnaire. I have a friend who loves her Senseo.

    https://www.sharesenseo.com/q5/1.jsp...0A561AFEE09092

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    Did anyone try this? I am doing the questionnaire right now but I don't know, it sounds too good to be true.

    Update: it's only open to US customers, which sadly, I am not. What a shame.
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    I didn't "qualify".

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    I did it, and I got mine fast. LOVE IT. Thanks for posting this, KristiB.

    I don't know how expensive the coffee pods are, though. I'm using the ones they sent. I'll report back. The coffee is really good. You fill a container on the back with water, pop it back in, and push ON. 90 seconds later, it's ready, and you put your coffee pods in (takes two for a "real" cup, like a mug) and it pours the coffee into the cup immediately.

    There are several coffee flavors I want to try.

    ETA: Just wanted to add that I waste so much coffee when I brew it in a coffeemaker. It's kind of hard to brew just one mug of coffee, and I always end up pouring a bunch down the drain. With this senseo, I just drink my mug & decide if I want another.
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    ^^did you answer the survey "enthusiastically"? I was just honest, perhaps I should try again with a different email address.

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    Yeah, I prolly exaggerated a little
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    I just did it with enthusiastic answers, and my son's email address, and it worked!

    ~thx~

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    I did this in the past another time they offered it, and my dad did too so he could get one for his desk at work. We rarely use it anymore except for making hot water quickly for tea (but I also work at Starbucks and am there all the time so there isn't much need for it anymore). You can find pods in tons of places, and they don't have to be the Senseo branded ones (I think the Tassimo ones are different shapes though). You can find them in the most random places, I found a Senseo variety pack at Best Buy about a year ago.

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    I was wondering what you thought of these, Noday.

    I went to WalMart today & was a little irritated that, in this 170 acre store, they only had 4 flavors of this stuff, but maybe another store will have more. They cost about $4.50 for a bag of 16 (keeping in mind that a mug of coffee takes 2 pods). I get more mileage out of regular coffee, but not too much, considering how much I throw out.
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    I've used it in the past, the coffee is a little weaker than I prefer, but it isn't bad overall. The machine is a little louder than I expected though. Honestly, the only reason I don't really use it anymore is because I have pretty much constant access to free coffee, if I didn't I'd probably use it more frequently.

    I also used to have a site to buy some different pod varieties with decent prices bookmarked and I must have deleted it after I stopped using it to make coffee because now I can't find it.

    ETA: Found it: Senseo Compatible Gourmet Coffee Pods, Coffee Pod Reviews, Fast Free Shipping. - BetterCoffee.com

    Also, I remembered that I also bought something called the MyPod to use with my Senseo. I found it at Walmart and it was less than $10 and came with 100 filters. It's way more economical than buying pods themselves since you can use your own coffee in the Senseo.
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    I ordered this the other night, but forgot to thank you for posting the offer. So, thanks! I already have a Tassimo, but this was too great a deal to pass up.

    They ship fast! I got shipment confirmation on Monday and it arrived at my local P.O. today. Should have it here by tomorrow. Great deal! Thanks again.

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    I received my Senseo yesterday! Mine is black, which works out great for my kitchen.

    Thanks KristiB! xo

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    I did this last fall and got one for me and then later got another for a Christmas gift.. I like it cause I don't make much coffee at home but when I want some... I got it.
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    Thanks for posting this! I got mine within a week(!) and gave it to my husband as an anniversary gift. He doesn't have to know that it only cost $15 dollars instead of $80 and he loved it!

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