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Nespresso Machine for £1 (12 month subscription £18-45pm) £216.00

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(Mods, please delete if already posted - I did a Nespresso search and couldn't find anything) This won't suit everyone. However, I was about to purchase some more Nespresso pods from their website…
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(Mods, please delete if already posted - I did a Nespresso search and couldn't find anything)

This won't suit everyone. However, I was about to purchase some more Nespresso pods from their website when I saw this offer.
It quotes a Nespresso machine for £1, based on a 12 month subscription.

There are 3 monthly subscription levels:
£18 - Inissia machine
£25 - Inissia & Milk
£45 - Lattissima Touch.

The monthly payment transfers into a Nespresso credit that can be used to purchase capsules, and anything else from the Nespresso store. The credits last for 2 years beyond the end of the subscription period.

My wife loves Nespresso, so I end up buying new pods every couple of months anyway. This seems like a good way of getting a 2nd machine if you have one already, or a way of budgeting for your first one, which might be useful with Christmas approaching. If there is a catch I can't see one.

I'm not going to get into the pro's and con's of Nespresso pods and value. They suit my family for convenience and taste.

For those who might be wondering which subscription to go for...
2 coffees each day works out at approx £18 per month.
3 coffees each day works out at just over £25 per month.
5 coffees each day works out at approx £45 per month.

(Note, you can cancel before the end of the 12 months, but there is a cancellation charge - £70 for the Inissia, £110 for the Inissia & Milk, and £225 for the Lattissima Touch. The machine remains yours after cancellation.)
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vitor19771
andymack
I have a wee tassimo but im so tempted to jump at this

Just buyed one,no brainer to me as i spend more than £450 a year on capsules


​How will they brought it to your house?

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#2
so looking at the link it looks like you have to already have a nespresso machine to join.
#3
I wondered that myself, but I logged out of my account to double check, and the offer was still there.

From the Nespresso FAQ:
What is this offer all about? What is the intent here?
It is a new way of onboarding and welcoming you to the world of Nespresso, with an offer for a machine of your choice at very low price. This offer comes with a 12-month contract: each month you will pay a fee. Your monthly fee becomes credit of the same amount that you can use to buy whatever Nespresso product you want and build your own coffee experience: You can use it to buy Nespresso coffees, delicious treats, cups or other accessories. You can use your credit whenever you want – it is cumulative (you don’t need to spend it all every month!) – Actually, you can use it even 2 years after the expiration of your 12 month contract.
#4
I like the idea of free delivery for 50 capsules rather than 200. I need to do my sums.
1 Like #5
This seems like a great deal - if I didn't already have a machine, I'd be snapping it up! The fact you can carry your credit over for up to 2 years after the 12-month contract is up means you're basically getting the machine for free even if you only drink one cup a day. The 50 capsules free delivery is also a great deal. The Inissia on its own at £18 is the better deal than the £25 to get the milk frother too, as that is working out at £80+ more for the year when the frother only costs £50 on its own.
#6
1.15 This offer is limited to the first 1,000 Nespresso machines only.
This is at the very bottom of the terms and conditions.
1 Like #7
Just noticed...
1.14 This offer is limited to new customers only.

That's a pain! I ordered an Inissia on the £18 plan, as a spare, because I think my current machine is on its last legs. But I'm already a customer. My order is being processed at the mo. I wish they had just declined it at point of order :(

Update: I've just had a shipping confirmation email, which includes the machine. Looks like I'll be getting it :)

Edited By: finnil on Nov 10, 2016 09:19: Update
#8
I have a wee tassimo but im so tempted to jump at this
#9
I'm wondering if we can combine this deal with the £75 credit when buying a new machine
Heat btw
1 Like #10
andymack
I have a wee tassimo but im so tempted to jump at this

Just buyed one,no brainer to me as i spend more than £450 a year on capsules
#11
finnil
Just noticed...
1.14 This offer is limited to new customers only.

That's a pain! I ordered an Inissia on the £18 plan, as a spare, because I think my current machine is on its last legs. But I'm already a customer. My order is being processed at the mo. I wish they had just declined it at point of order :(


I signed up in store about a month ago, I am an existing customer and they had no problems with that
1 Like #12
Interesting offer, my concern is I like quite a large mug of coffee, say 300ml inc. milk. I read the the 'lungo' are about 110ml. Can they be topped up with milk or more hot water and not taste too weak? (I know :-) )

Also with the subscription, can I choose a selection of pods?. My partner likes decaffeinated coffee or the occasional hot chocolate
#13
tempted by this offer!
but ive never tried one, how would you compare to tassimo latte or costa etc?

thanks op for sharing deal

Edited By: KellyC75 on Nov 10, 2016 09:40
1 Like #14
Daveaka
Interesting offer, my concern is I like quite a large mug of coffee, say 300ml inc. milk. I read the the 'lungo' are about 110ml. Can they be topped up with milk or more hot water and not taste too weak? (I know :-) )
Also with the subscription, can I choose a selection of pods?. My partner likes decaffeinated coffee or the occasional hot chocolate
You can top it up with hot water but it'll taste weaker, whether that's too weak is personal opinion, also they don't do hot chocolate as its a espresso machine.
1 Like #15
Daveaka
Interesting offer, my concern is I like quite a large mug of coffee, say 300ml inc. milk. I read the the 'lungo' are about 110ml. Can they be topped up with milk or more hot water and not taste too weak? (I know :-) )
Also with the subscription, can I choose a selection of pods?. My partner likes decaffeinated coffee or the occasional hot chocolate

If you like larger coffees the Tassimo is probably a good option, aswell as offering a hot chocolate pod.
#16
sm99uk
This seems like a great deal - if I didn't already have a machine, I'd be snapping it up! The fact you can carry your credit over for up to 2 years after the 12-month contract is up means you're basically getting the machine for free even if you only drink one cup a day. The 50 capsules free delivery is also a great deal. The Inissia on its own at £18 is the better deal than the £25 to get the milk frother too, as that is working out at £80+ more for the year when the frother only costs £50 on its own.
do you not also get more capsules on the £25 deal i.e. 80 as opposed 60?
9 Likes #17
vitor19771
andymack
I have a wee tassimo but im so tempted to jump at this

Just buyed one,no brainer to me as i spend more than £450 a year on capsules


​How will they brought it to your house?
#18
It is a new way of onboarding you

Umm, what?
#19
paulj48
Daveaka
Interesting offer, my concern is I like quite a large mug of coffee, say 300ml inc. milk. I read the the 'lungo' are about 110ml. Can they be topped up with milk or more hot water and not taste too weak? (I know :-) )
Also with the subscription, can I choose a selection of pods?. My partner likes decaffeinated coffee or the occasional hot chocolate
You can top it up with hot water but it'll taste weaker, whether that's too weak is personal opinion, also they don't do hot chocolate as its a espresso machine.

I normally add around 1-2" of milk to a mug, microwave for 1 min (or use a frother), then I can top up with the Large setting & Small setting on my Nespresso machine for a "full" mug.

If wanting stronger (3/4 mug), just use the Large setting.

For a strong coffee (1/2 mug), use the Small setting.

Even at a full mug it tastes good, the coffee standard itself is way above the likes of Tassimo etc.
#20
wattsy66
sm99uk
This seems like a great deal - if I didn't already have a machine, I'd be snapping it up! The fact you can carry your credit over for up to 2 years after the 12-month contract is up means you're basically getting the machine for free even if you only drink one cup a day. The 50 capsules free delivery is also a great deal. The Inissia on its own at £18 is the better deal than the £25 to get the milk frother too, as that is working out at £80+ more for the year when the frother only costs £50 on its own.
do you not also get more capsules on the £25 deal i.e. 80 as opposed 60?
you can use the £25 how ether you see fit, you don't have to spend it all at once each month and don't have to just spend it on pods.
#21
sm99uk
This seems like a great deal - if I didn't already have a machine, I'd be snapping it up! The fact you can carry your credit over for up to 2 years after the 12-month contract is up means you're basically getting the machine for free even if you only drink one cup a day. The 50 capsules free delivery is also a great deal. The Inissia on its own at £18 is the better deal than the £25 to get the milk frother too, as that is working out at £80+ more for the year when the frother only costs £50 on its own.
do you not also get more capsules on the £25 deal i.e. 80 as opposed 60?
#22
ChrisUK
paulj48
Daveaka
Interesting offer, my concern is I like quite a large mug of coffee, say 300ml inc. milk. I read the the 'lungo' are about 110ml. Can they be topped up with milk or more hot water and not taste too weak? (I know :-) )
Also with the subscription, can I choose a selection of pods?. My partner likes decaffeinated coffee or the occasional hot chocolate
You can top it up with hot water but it'll taste weaker, whether that's too weak is personal opinion, also they don't do hot chocolate as its a espresso machine.
I normally add around 1-2" of milk to a mug, microwave for 1 min (or use a frother), then I can top up with the Large setting & Small setting on my Nespresso machine for a "full" mug.
so are you saying your running extra water through an already used pod? I've tried that and the extra coffee that comes out will be bitter tasting.
#23
The shock will come when you realise just how few Nespresso coffees you get for £45 and weep that you've got a massive subscription to keep up, plus you need to run out to Sainsburys to pick up more pods X)
#24
Daveaka
Interesting offer, my concern is I like quite a large mug of coffee, say 300ml inc. milk. I read the the 'lungo' are about 110ml. Can they be topped up with milk or more hot water and not taste too weak? (I know :-) )

Also with the subscription, can I choose a selection of pods?. My partner likes decaffeinated coffee or the occasional hot chocolate


​i usually make an cup of coffee by doing a lungo pod though twice and add milk fills a tall Starbucks mug no problems
#25
Expired why??
#26
paulj48
ChrisUK
paulj48
Daveaka
Interesting offer, my concern is I like quite a large mug of coffee, say 300ml inc. milk. I read the the 'lungo' are about 110ml. Can they be topped up with milk or more hot water and not taste too weak? (I know :-) )
Also with the subscription, can I choose a selection of pods?. My partner likes decaffeinated coffee or the occasional hot chocolate
You can top it up with hot water but it'll taste weaker, whether that's too weak is personal opinion, also they don't do hot chocolate as its a espresso machine.
I normally add around 1-2" of milk to a mug, microwave for 1 min (or use a frother), then I can top up with the Large setting & Small setting on my Nespresso machine for a "full" mug.
so are you saying your running extra water through an already used pod? I've tried that and the extra coffee that comes out will be bitter tasting.

It still picks up the coffee flavour but its not as strong. The taste doesn't differ (imo), but its obviously not as strong.
#27
ChrisUK
paulj48
ChrisUK
paulj48
Daveaka
Interesting offer, my concern is I like quite a large mug of coffee, say 300ml inc. milk. I read the the 'lungo' are about 110ml. Can they be topped up with milk or more hot water and not taste too weak? (I know :-) )
Also with the subscription, can I choose a selection of pods?. My partner likes decaffeinated coffee or the occasional hot chocolate
You can top it up with hot water but it'll taste weaker, whether that's too weak is personal opinion, also they don't do hot chocolate as its a espresso machine.
I normally add around 1-2" of milk to a mug, microwave for 1 min (or use a frother), then I can top up with the Large setting & Small setting on my Nespresso machine for a "full" mug.
so are you saying your running extra water through an already used pod? I've tried that and the extra coffee that comes out will be bitter tasting.
It still picks up the coffee flavour but its not as strong. The taste doesn't differ (imo), but its obviously not as strong.
you mustn't have great taste buds then, Nespresso pods have just the correct amount of coffee for the water running through them, ground coffee will give a bitter taste once the optimum amount of water has passed through. I sometimes will brew the strongest Lungo then with no pod in run the small water, this then makes an Americano.
#29
johnthehuman
It is a new way of onboarding you
Umm, what?
Verbism. I lolzed at it too.
#30
how long do the pods last? I only use on average 1 a day but the most expensive machine looks really nice and a decent upgrade from my dolce gusto machine
1 Like #31
Gollywood
vitor19771
andymack
I have a wee tassimo but im so tempted to jump at this

Just buyed one,no brainer to me as i spend more than £450 a year on capsules


​How will they brought it to your house?


​it get brought with post/courier
1 Like #32
Very interesting offer. Thanks for this. I've been wanting to try these Nespresso machines for awhile. So essentially this means I get the machine for £1 and just have to pay for the pods, is that correct? I'm a bit confused about some of the comments here. If 2 coffees a day = £18pm that equates to 30p per coffee. If 3 coffees a day = £25 that equates to 28p per coffee. Basically you're not losing out if you get the more expensive machine because you get more coffee and the credit lasts for 2 years, right?
1 Like #33
badasschris
how long do the pods last? I only use on average 1 a day but the most expensive machine looks really nice and a decent upgrade from my dolce gusto machine


​well I'd imagine 1 pod lasts......um.....once......
1 Like #34
badasschris
how long do the pods last? I only use on average 1 a day but the most expensive machine looks really nice and a decent upgrade from my dolce gusto machine
They have a best before on the pack. It's usually about a year. Don't forget you don't have to but the pods straight away. You have up to 2 years beyond the end of the 12 month subscription to buy the pods.
1 Like #35
As a comparison, I get through 1Kg of whole beans per 3 months, and that costs me roughly £15. so £5 per month.
The bean to cup machine cost me just under £200. I get 5 and a half years of coffee for £540.

£45 per month is £540 per year. If you're going to spend that, you might as well buy your coffee from Costa and save a bit of space in the kitchen.
#36
Redfist
Very interesting offer. Thanks for this. I've been wanting to try these Nespresso machines for awhile. So essentially this means I get the machine for £1 and just have to pay for the pods, is that correct? I'm a bit confused about some of the comments here. If 2 coffees a day = £18pm that equates to 30p per coffee. If 3 coffees a day = £25 that equates to 28p per coffee. Basically you're not losing out if you get the more expensive machine because you get more coffee and the credit lasts for 2 years, right?
The price of the pod is variable, depending on the flavour chosen. Usually works out between 28p and 38p per pod. Most are about 30p.
#37
finnil
badasschris
how long do the pods last? I only use on average 1 a day but the most expensive machine looks really nice and a decent upgrade from my dolce gusto machine
They have a best before on the pack. It's usually about a year. Don't forget you don't have to but the pods straight away. You have up to 2 years beyond the end of the 12 month subscription to buy the pods.
cool so call that a maximum of 4 years from the day I order (last order for a years supply at the end of the 3rd year) means the total cost for 4 years is about £12 a month which is probably about what I spend at the moment. hmmmm decisions. One thing I don't like about dolce gusto is the horrible waste, anyone used the recycling service for this company? how does it work?
#38
johnthehuman
As a comparison, I get through 1Kg of whole beans per 3 months, and that costs me roughly £15. so £5 per month.
The bean to cup machine cost me just under £200. I get 5 and a half years of coffee for £540.
£45 per month is £540 per year. If you're going to spend that, you might as well buy your coffee from Costa and save a bit of space in the kitchen.
hmmm now you have me thinking. Do you think this machine will make as good coffee as the most expensive nespresso machine?
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B001EOMZ5E/?tag=ho01f-21
I assume you have to clean quite often but I do like the freedom and no plastic waste
#39
badasschris
finnil
badasschris
how long do the pods last? I only use on average 1 a day but the most expensive machine looks really nice and a decent upgrade from my dolce gusto machine
They have a best before on the pack. It's usually about a year. Don't forget you don't have to but the pods straight away. You have up to 2 years beyond the end of the 12 month subscription to buy the pods.
cool so call that a maximum of 4 years from the day I order (last order for a years supply at the end of the 3rd year) means the total cost for 4 years is about £12 a month which is probably about what I spend at the moment. hmmmm decisions. One thing I don't like about dolce gusto is the horrible waste, anyone used the recycling service for this company? how does it work?

dolce gusto is just powdered instant.
Nespresso send you bags that are free to drop at a shop or a collect plus, they have a nice page that shows what happens to them, grounds are recycled and then the aluminium is recycled.
#40
badasschris
johnthehuman
As a comparison, I get through 1Kg of whole beans per 3 months, and that costs me roughly £15. so £5 per month.
The bean to cup machine cost me just under £200. I get 5 and a half years of coffee for £540.
£45 per month is £540 per year. If you're going to spend that, you might as well buy your coffee from Costa and save a bit of space in the kitchen.
hmmm now you have me thinking. Do you think this machine will make as good coffee as the most expensive nespresso machine?https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B001EOMZ5E/?tag=ho01f-21
I assume you have to clean quite often but I do like the freedom and no plastic waste
I'd argue it makes better coffee, but it obviously depends on the quality of the bean.
I tried to migrate my wife to one of these from Nespresso, to try and save some money on coffee, but it had to go back - it has quite a large footprint.
For info, the coffee made from the cheapest or dearest Nespresso machine is identical. You just pay extra for the levels of automation or design.

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