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Best coffee maker deals: Cuisinart, Ninja, Mr. Coffee starting at $20

That first cup of coffee in the morning can be one of the most important moments of the day. Having quick access to coffee in general is very important. That’s where a coffee maker or espresso machine can come in really handy since it lets you brew a cup of your favorite beverage with minimal hassle. Not only that but depending on your budget, you can get some really fancy features, from delayed brewing to machines that can make a brew for both a carafe and a mug at the same time. Either way, we’ve gone out to find our favorite deals to save you the hassle, and we’ve collected all of the ones we think will give you the best return on your investment below.

Mr. Coffee 5-cup coffee maker — $20, was $40

The Mr. Coffee 5-cup coffee maker on a kitchen stand.
Mr. Coffee

This coffee maker makes up to 25 ounces of coffee at a time, which is just right for two 12-ounce cups. Its compact design fits nicely into small spaces, making it a great consideration for apartment renters and small offices. This is also a good coffee maker if you find yourself in a constant hurry in the morning, as it has an auto-pause feature that lets you grab a cup before brewing is finished and a two-hour auto shut-off that turns off the coffee maker so you don’t have to.

Hamilton Beach 12-cup coffee maker — $25, was $40

A hand removes the carafe from the Hamilton Beach 12-cup coffee maker.
Hamilton Beach

This coffee maker by Hamilton Beach is one of the more affordable options you’ll find, but it doesn’t necessarily skimp on capability. In fact, it’s capable of having a cup of coffee ready for you when you wake up in the morning with its programmable drip coffee making feature. This makes it a good consideration for morning zombies or anyone facing an earlier morning than they’d like. It’s easy to clean as well, with most of its components being dishwasher safe.

Bella Pro Series 12-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker — $40, was $60

Bella Pro Series 12-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker
Bella Pro

Another great budget option, this Bella Pro Series 12-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker, has a couple of extra tricks up its sleeve, with the main one being that you can set it to make your coffee up to 24 hours in advance. On the other hand, if you’re in a bit of a hurry, it has a serve-while-brewing mode that lets you pour out a cup while it’s still making more so that you don’t have to interrupt it. As for capacity, while the name gives it away, you can pick how many cups of coffee you want to brew so you aren’t doing a full carafe each time. It’s also worth noting that it has dishwasher-friendly parts to make cleanup a lot easier.

Ninja Programmable XL 14-Cup Coffee Maker PRO — $80, was $100

Ninja Programmable XL 14-Cup Coffee Maker PRO

If you tend to make a lot of coffee and let it sit, whether from forgetfulness or just getting busy, the Ninja Programmable XL 14-Cup Coffee Maker PRO does a good job of keeping it warm. It has a variable heating plate that allows it to keep coffee warm for up to four hours, which is one of the best ways to maintain the great taste and quality of already-brewed coffee. It also has all the features you’d expect of a higher-end coffee maker, and that includes things like a delayed brew timer and a removable 70-ounce reservoir to make it easier to fill up and clean.

Ninja Hot & Iced XL Coffee Maker with Rapid Cold Brew — $139, was $150

Ninja Hot & Iced XL Coffee Maker with Rapid Cold Brew

If you’re a big fan of both hot and cold tea, the Ninja Hot & Iced XL Coffee Maker is pretty unique in that it lets you have the best of both worlds. In fact, it offers you two types two picks from iced coffee or cold brew, depending on whether you want your coffee with or without ice. It also doesn’t use pods, so you can experiment with whatever coffee your heart desires, and you get eight different brew sizes to pick from, which includes a retractable arm for glasses and a carafe for larger quantities. You’ll also be happy to know that the reservoir is removable for easy filling and cleaning, and you get the option to set the coffee up 24 hours in advance.

Keurig K-Duo 12-cup coffee maker — $150, was $190

Keurig K-Duo

The Keurig K-Duo is able to use K-Cup pods as well as ground coffee in order to brew a cup of your favorite varieties. The included glass carafe makes it easy to serve guests or pour yourself another cup, but this coffee maker also has single serve functionality, allowing you to make a pot for the whole office or a serving just for yourself. When it comes to smart features, the Keurig K-Duo coffee maker offers things such as strength control, which allows you to make the coffee that suits your tastes.

Keurig K-Elite Single-Serve K-Cup Pod Coffee Maker — $153, was $190

The Keurig K-Elite on a white background.

If you don’t need dual coffee brewing, then you might want to consider Keurig’s K-Elite Single-Serve coffee maker. It uses a pod but allows you to get excellent quality coffee in less than two minutes, which is perfect for those who need that early shot of coffee. While it doesn’t have brew strength, it does have brew sizes, so you can adjust the strength somewhat that way, and the drip tray is removable so that you can get larger cups or potentially a travel mug in there.

Cuisinart 12-cup 2-in-1 coffee maker — $160, was $200

The Cuisinart 12-cup 2-in-1 coffee maker on a counter with single serve pods.

This coffee maker by Cusinart is a unique option, and one you should consider if you have different sized groups to brew coffee for on a daily basis. With its 2-in-1 functionality you can brew using either the 12-cup carafe or using the coffee maker’s single-serve mode. This is also an incredibly fast coffee maker, as it’s able to sew a full pot faster with Extreme Brew technology.

Ninja Espresso & Coffee Barista System — $200, was $250

Ninja - Espresso & Coffee Barista System

While espresso machines tend to be quite expensive, you don’t have to spend upwards of $500 to get something that’s relatively good. In fact, the Ninja Espresso & Coffee Barista System is a solid option if you want to be able to have both normal coffee and espresso, with up to four different espresso sizes to pick from. It even comes with a foldaway milk frother so you aren’t taking up a bunch of space, and while the overall machine might not compete with something you’d get at a cafe, it’s a pretty good option for the price.

De’Longhi Magnifica Evo Coffee and Espresso Machine — $699, was $800

De'Longhi Magnifica Evo Coffee and Espresso Machine

On the other hand, if you are looking for something a lot more high-end, then the De’Longhi Magnifica Evo is the way to go, and while it certainly lets you make coffee, what you’re really paying for is a mid-to-high-end espresso machine. In fact, it comes with a conical burr grinder that has 13 grind settings, allowing you to go from grounds to coffee in one machine, which is really great for those who prefer working with beans directly rather than buying ground coffee. It also has seven quick recipes you can pick from and an excellent frother for texturing milk and milk derivatives, so you can get the perfect creme on top.

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