FALL in love with Autumn Coffees! Pumpkin Spice Coffee Time is Here (Including Dunkin Donut Pumpkin Spice)

Fall In Love Flavored 12 Oz Ground Coffee (Pumpkin Spice, 12 oz)

About the product

Pumpkin spice flavored coffee.
Vacuum sealed packages to ensure freshness,
Artificially flavored, gluten free, Kosher Certified
Roasted with 100% Arabica beans from the finest coffee farms

Green Mountain Coffee K-Cup for Keurig Brewers, Pumpkin Spice, 24 Count

About the product

Includes 24 single-cup servings (K-Cups)
Fair trade certified limited edition seasonal flavor
Made from 100% Arabica coffee with natural and artificial flavorings

Also available in a larger 72 count size!

Green Mountain Coffee Pumpkin Spice, Keurig K-Cups, 72 Count

Dunkin Donuts Ground Coffee (Pack of 2) (Pumpkin Spice)11 oz (22 oz Total)

About the product
  • Pack of 2
  • 100% Premium Arabica Coffee.
  • 11oz per Bag (22oz Total)
  • Dunkin Donuts Ground Coffee

Stone Street Coffee Freshly Roasted Colombian Arabica Cinnamon/Nutmeg Creamy PUMPKIN SPICEGround Coffee, 1 lb

About the product

NEW PACKAGING: Orders placed in September will receive new blue/brown bags - this is our new bag design!
FRESHLY ROASTED COFFEE: makes all the difference! We start with 100% Colombian Arabica beans and then add high-quality flavor to create a delicious brew!
DELICIOUS & FESTIVE: Pumpkin Spice is an indulgent treat! Enjoy the sweet spiced flavor in the morning, as a fantastic dessert coffee, or for a festive holiday treat or gift
NO SLEEP 'TIL BROOKLYN: We're a 'Micro-Roasterie' roaster located in the heart of Brooklyn, NYC and we've been roasting delicious coffee since 2009.
GOURMET MICRO-ROASTED COFFEE: We are dedicated to the fine art of handcrafted coffees. We only roast in small batches using state-of-the-art equipment so that we are able to expertly develop the flavor profile & unique characteristics of each coffee bean.


Equifax got caught trying to profit from a massive security breach - NOW says they won't require credit card information


The credit monitoring company that compromised the personal information of nearly half the U.S. population said Monday it won’t ask people for credit card information if they sign up for its “free” service.

Last week, Equifax Inc. announced that it had been hacked by criminals who obtained personal information about 143 million Americans, including names, addresses and Social Security numbers. To make up for its massive cybersecurity failure, the firm said it would give victims a free one-year subscription to its credit monitoring service.

There was a catch: the supposedly free service required credit card information up front and would begin charging the card after the free trial ended unless users proactively canceled, according to terms of use for the product dated Sept. 6.

Equifax quietly deleted the information about fees from its website over the weekend, and on Monday, the firm announced it wouldn’t ask for credit cards when people sign up for the service, which is called TrustedID Premier.

“We are not requesting consumers’ credit card information when they sign up for the free credit file monitoring and identity theft protection we are offering to all U.S. consumers,” the company said in a statement. “Consumers who sign up for TrustedID Premier will not be automatically enrolled or charged after the conclusion of the complimentary year of TrustedID Premier.”

Amanda Werner of the consumer advocacy group Public Citizen said Equifax changed its policy in the face of public pressure.

“This is what happens when someone’s watching,” Werner said. “Equifax got caught trying to profit from a massive security breach and the outrage from consumers and advocates made them reverse their position.”

Spokespeople for Equifax did not respond to inquiries from HuffPost about why it changed the credit card policy. On its website the company characterized the change as a “clarification.”