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25 flavors of Gevalia coffee for $5.00 each with free shipping (shop NOW for Pesach)

Gevalia coffee has a fantastic offer through 1/2/14. Purchase any flavor, variety or grind of the 25 select coffees found on this page (in one-half lb. bags, normally priced from $6.99-$10.29) and enter promo code DC5NEWB at checkout and your coffee will drop to $5.00 with free shipping.  Purchase as many or as few varieties as you like; there's no minimum for the offer.

  • Traditional Roast, Reg $6.99, Decaf $7.79 
  • Hazelnut, Reg $6.99, Decaf $7.79
  • Pecan Torte, Reg $7.99, Decaf $8.79
  • Breakfast Blend, Reg $6.99, Decaf $7.79
  • French Vanilla, Reg $6.99, Decaf $7.79
  • Signature Blend, Reg $6.99, Decaf $7.79
  • German Chocolate Cake, Reg $7.99, Decaf $8.79
  • Light Roast, Reg $6.99, Decaf $7.79
  • Chocolate Raspberry, Reg $7.49, Decaf $8.29
  • Cinnamon, Reg $6.99, Decaf $7.79
  • French Roast, Reg $6.99, Decaf $7.79
  • Raspberry Danish, Reg $7.99, Decaf $8.79
  • Crème Brulee, $8.29
  • Stockholm Roast, $7.79
  • Vanilla Nut, Reg $6.99, Decaf $7.79
  • Espresso Roast, $7.79
  • Irish Crème, $8.29
  • Dark Roast, Reg $6.99, Decaf $7.79
  • Dark Chocolate Truffle, $7.49
  • Pumpkin Spice, $8.79
  • Mocha, $6.99
  • Royal Vinter Spice, $10.29
  • Royal Vinter, $9.49
  • Velvet Noir, $6.99
  • Amaretto, $6.99
Kosher-keeping Daily Cheapskate readers, be aware that most Gevalia ground and whole bean coffee is certified kosher by OK Kosher.  (The k-cups are NOT under hashgacha.) Some varieties are kosher for Passover as well.  The most updated list is found on the OK Kosher website, here, so please doublecheck your order against the list and then when the coffee arrives, make sure it comes with a hechsher symbol

I actually think that it's brilliant to buy coffee for Pesach NOW. Keep it unopened and store it in your freezer...I've had coffee stay fresh in my freezer for up to two years.  Off-season buying is one of the smartest ways to save money, and this is a great deal for Passover coffee.

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