Here's Why You Should Be Buying Your Coffee From TJ Maxx

If you're a die-hard coffee enthusiast and find yourself regretting the fact that you often have to dish out around $7 to $10 for a freshly brewed cuppa, don't despair. Yes, it's true that speciality coffee outlets can set you back even further and make it difficult for you to buy your coffee on a regular basis without burning a hole in your wallet (via Fortune). It's not practical or feasible for you to keep spending your hard-earned money on fancy outlets for a freshly brewed cup of coffee every morning before work.

Whether you're searching for a certain type of coffee or simply want to experiment with flavors without feeling guilty, you may want to look beyond your favorite cafe and consider paying a visit to your nearest TJ Maxx shop for a cost-effective solution. Wondering why? We're here to let you in on a little secret. 

You can save some cash buying coffee at TJ Maxx

According to The KitchnTJ Maxx offers you more options than you can imagine at cheaper prices. Think fancy and more readily available varieties and flavors from outlets like Starbucks, Dunkin', and Seattle's Best. So whether you're really craving a delicious pumpkin spice blend or have a hankering for hazelnut, you'll find them in the aisles of TJ-Maxx on your weekly grocery run.

Hey, there's more good news for you. If you're someone who cannot help lusting after K-cups, you're very much in luck. Under usual circumstances, you'd have to probably pay around $1 per a cup (via Smart Family Money). However, you can get yourself K-cups at discounted prices at TJ Maxx. While it may initially feel like extra work as you prepare your cup of joe at home, you'll be thrilled with the results. Think about it, you could be sipping on a piping hot cup of cinnamon roll coffee next weekend with your favorite book, sans a trip to the cafe.