Retail Scorecard: Coffeemakers
February 16, 2015,
NEW YORK-Walmart put a number of espresso machines on sale last week. These included the Mr. Coffee Espresso Maker at $29.88 (was $38.94), the Krups Opio Espresso Machine at $49 (was $99), the Krups Espresso Machine at $99 (was $174.97) and the Krups Silver Art Collection Pump Espresso Machine at $129 (was $299.97). In addition, the De’Longhi Nespresso Lattissima Pro sold for $499 (was $594.97), and the Saeco Saviavenezia SS Via Venezia espresso maker was on sale for $398.90 (was $518.70). Hamilton Beach’s The Scoop Single Serve Coffeemaker was priced at $35.99 (was $59), and the Conair 14 Cup programmable Coffeemaker sold for $79.99 (was $99.95).
Two Gaggia espresso machines were sale-priced at Sears last week. These were the Gaggia Super Automatic Accademia Espresso Machine at $1,615.99 (was $1,999.99) and the Gaggia Brera Black Super Automatic Espresso Machine at $541.68 (was $649.99). Also on sale at Sears were the Keurig Hot Brewer K550 Starter System at $199.99 (was $229.99) and the Cuisinart 12-Cup Coffee on Demand Coffee Maker at $79.99 (was $119.99). The Bunn NHSB Velocity Brew 10-Cup Home Coffee Brewer was priced for $96 (was $159.99).
Fred Meyer had a number of Krups products on sale. The Krups Conical Burr Coffee Grinder could be had for $59.99 (was $69.99), the Krups Espresso/Coffee Combination Brewer was priced at $119.99 (was $149.99) and the Krups 12-Cup Coffee Maker was on sale for $69.99 (was $79.99). The retailer also had deals for two Mr. Coffee products—the Mr. Coffee Burr Mill at $39.99 (was $49.99) and the Mr. Coffee Steam Espresso and Cappuccino Maker at $44.99 (was $49.99). Hamilton Beach’s FlexBrew was on sale for $89.99 (was $99.99)
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