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When it’s cold weather season, I am dreaming about summer. So, naturally, right now, in the scorching heat of July, I really long for sweater weather. Since that isn’t happening any time soon, I’ll take the accoutrement that goes with fall. Which means I’m stoked to report that Dunkin’ Pumpkin Spice Cold Brew Concentrate is already in some grocery stores. Yes, it has been spotted in the wild (of supermarket aisles).
Now, sure, you can also get Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Cold Brew Concentrate in stores right now (I’m seeing it for $9.36/32 fl.oz. at my nearest Walmart in Los Angeles), but if you’re partial to Dunkin’s take on the stuff, this is big news.
Here’s where to look for Dunkin’ Pumpkin Spice Cold Brew Concentrate and how much you can expect to pay, plus ways to save when you get your hands on a bottle. Be sure to text HACKS to 57299 for all our money-saving tips and tricks.
Dunkin’ Pumpkin Spice Cold Brew Concentrate is rolling out in grocery stores July 2023.
So far Meijer is the only grocery store in which we are already spotting the concentrate bottle. This is the formulas where you literally just have to add water to create the beverage. No brewing necessary. One eagle-eyed Krazy Coupon Lady staffer found the stuff at her local Livonia, Michigan Meijer in Aisle 7. Obviously, the aisle number will differ from store to store.
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It retails for around $9.29 in a 31oz. bottle and making your own 10oz. cold brew compared to buying the same size drink at Dunkin’ will save you $1.65 per drink.
The concentrate comes in a 31oz. bottle. To make the drink, you’d typically mix equal parts concentrate with equal parts water, then add ice. Now a small size Cold Brew at Dunkin is 10 oz. and will cost you $3.19. If you want to recreate that at home with the concentrate bottle, it means you’ll use up 5oz. of concentrate for each drink. Quick math tells us that by using 5 oz. of the stuff per drink means you’ll get around six beverages per bottle. That makes each at-home cold brew $1.54. So you’re coming out ahead by $1.65 grabbing a bottle of the concentrate and mixing up your own. That’s a 51.7% savings.
Save 5% on Dunkin’ Cold Brew Concentrate when it lands at Target using your Target RedCard.
Currently we are not seeing any available coupons or rebates for Dunkin’ Cold Brew concentrates. However, we’re always keeping our eyes peeled for those and will update you as we see them. That said, Dunkin’ at-home products are typically readily available at Target locations nationwide, so we expect the Pumpkin Spice Concentrate to hit their shelves shortly. When it does, use your Target RedCard to save 5%. Let’s say Target is matching Meijer’s price of $9.29 per bottle. By using your RedCard, it would theoretically bring the price down to $8.83. And in turn, that would make your cost per at-home beverage $1.47.