For more than three years Senseo customers have been having a big problem finding coffee pods. Despite promises, most store shelves are still Senseo pods-free. And, according to Senseo, they have no idea when will this problem be solved. The situation is slightly better now, but still not perfect.
So, let’s see what are good places to buy Senseo pods right now:
SENSEO BRAND PODS
1. The official SenseoStore.com has all popular varieties in their offer: Senseo Dark Roast, Medium Roast, Sumatra Blend, Colombia, Kona Blend, Decaffeinated, French Vanilla and Hazelnut, Espresso, Breakfast blend. Price: $35.99 for 108 / 96 pods depending on the blend, which makes them $0.33 – $0.37 per pod. They usually ship the next day and also have a subscription plan which can save you 10% off your order.
2. When Senseo pods was no longer available at grocery stores, Amazon was a no1 place to get the pods.They still have all flavors available and the prices are pretty nice. Usually, around $33.00 for 108/96 pods, which makes them only $0.30 and you also get FREE shipping. If you sign up for subscribe & save option, you can save extra $2.00 per pack. That’s even better than official Senseo store.
3. Few Senseo flavors are finally available at select Walmart stores. Price: $5.48 for a 18ct bag, or $0.30 per pod which is nice, but you might not always find the flavor you normally use. The pods are also available for purchase online.
Compatible with Senseo coffee makers, Melitta coffee pods were really popular replacement for Senseo pods. The coffee is nice but it seems that the price has changed a bit, so now they even cost more than Senseo pods. They are however available at most grocery stores. Note: When buying Melitta pods for Senseo, make sure you choose SOFT, 7 gram coffee pod type. Melitta has few different pod types in their offer but they don’t all work with Senseo machines.
Another option are definitely a reusable Senseo pods. You can get Folgers or Maxwell house, fill up the pod and make your coffee instead chasing senseo pods. They’re not as convenient as the real pods, but they’re still an option. Eco Pad Coffee Filter ($8.50) and Coffeeduck refillable pod ($12.99) work pretty good. Please note, these reusable pods can’t fit all Senseo models, so please make sure they are compatible with your coffee maker before you make a purchase.
I hope this helps. Now it’s your turn…Where do you find Senseo pods?