Bed, Bath & Beyond Has Coffee Makers from Popular Brands, Like Keurig, On Sale—Shop Our Top Picks – Yahoo Lifestyle

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Bed, Bath & Beyond is likely one of your go-to destinations for all-things home, and that includes small appliances like coffee makers. If you're looking to purchase one—or else upgrade the one you already have—now is the time to do just that: Bed, Bath & Beyond is hosting a sale on coffee makers from best-selling brands like Keurig, Ninja, and Nespresso right now. Consider shopping the Ninja DualBrew Pro CFP301 Specialty Coffee System ($199.99, originally $229.99,, which makes a good cup of joe from favorite coffee grounds or K-Cup coffee pods. You'll be able to make delicious espresso with the help of a maker like the Nespresso VertuoPlus Deluxe Coffee & Espresso Maker by De'Longhi ($189.99, originally $199, This option has a 19 bar high-pressure pump and a capsule recognition feature to make a precise cup every time you use the machine. Here, we have shared all of our favorite coffee makers to shop during this sale.
Keurig K-Duo Plus Coffee Maker with Single Serve K-Cup Pod & Carafe Brewer
Ninja DualBrew Pro CFP301 Specialty Coffee System
Nespresso VertuoPlus Deluxe Coffee & Espresso Maker by De'Longhi
Ninja 12-Cup Programmable Coffee Brewer
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You can brew a six, eight, 10, or 12-cup carafe and a six, 8, 10, or 12-ounce cup of coffee, here. The 12-cup thermal carafe as an add-on with your brewer and will keep your brew warm for up to two hours.
Shop Now: Keurig K-Duo Plus Coffee Maker with Single Serve K-Cup Pod & Carafe Brewer, $199.99 (originally $229.99),
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Whether using coffee grounds or K-Cup coffee pods, this coffee system will prepare your classic, rich, over ice, or specialty cup of joe to perfection. There are nine grounds sizes (including single serve and carafe) and four pod sizes from six to 12 ounces. You can also use the maker for hot water for tea or the fold-away frother to make cappuccinos and lattes.
Shop Now: Ninja DualBrew Pro CFP301 Specialty Coffee System, $199.99 (originally $229.99),
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The Nespresso VertuoPlus Deluxe Coffee & Espresso Maker's design has a 19 bar high-pressure pump and a capsule recognition feature for blend-specific parametric brewing every time.
Shop Now: Nespresso VertuoPlus Deluxe Coffee & Espresso Maker by De'Longhi, $189.99 (originally $199),
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You can program your coffee a full day in advance with this coffee maker, as it features a 24-hour programmable delay brew. It also has 12-cup programmable settings and custom brew strengths.
Shop Now: Ninja 12-Cup Programmable Coffee Brewer, $80.99 (originally $99.99),
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