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If they were .75 each that is $21.75 or $2.71 per person for the weekend.

PIECE A CAKE!

Literally, less than a piece of cake.

(Sorry Tomster I couldn't rhyme like you did) just doing the math.

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But I also brewed 30 cups of regular. It is the Northwest.29 divided by 8 guests = 3.65 each divided by two nights = 1.8 that is less than two cups per day.

If they were .75 each that is $21.75 or $2.71 per person for the weekend.

PIECE A CAKE!

Literally, less than a piece of cake.

(Sorry Tomster I couldn't rhyme like you did) just doing the math..

But I also brewed 30 cups of regular. It is the Northwest.29 divided by 8 guests = 3.65 each divided by two nights = 1.8 that is less than two cups per day.

If they were .75 each that is $21.75 or $2.71 per person for the weekend.

PIECE A CAKE!

Literally, less than a piece of cake.

(Sorry Tomster I couldn't rhyme like you did) just doing the math..

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It's a gimmick, I went back and forth on this whether to buy one or not. It is a nice amenity.Tom said:But I also brewed 30 cups of regular. It is the Northwest.

If you have the little pods of espresso or dark sumatra vs brewed (I am not into brewed) I would use the machine too (and instead of a brewed pot of coffee). And as you said, the NorthWet, people love their coffee!

In fact you could put two pods on their pillow at turn down in lieu of chocolates.

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you got it. I wasn't complaining, I just was emptying the trash and .. had to count them all.Well, now we know how many K-cups it takes to fill the Albert Hall..

I remember when I had my senseo and despite detailed instructions on walll next to the machine I would still find coffee or water all over ...