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Nespresso Pixie by Krups (Red), Optional 3 year warranty & £45 nespresso credit £59.00 Amazon

£59.00 @ Amazon
Excellent price for just the machine, three year warranty & insurance available for £12.00 from amazon when checking out. Also comes with £45 nespresso credit (useable as 3 x £15). Read More
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Excellent price for just the machine, three year warranty & insurance available for £12.00 from amazon when checking out.

Also comes with £45 nespresso credit (useable as 3 x £15).

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banned#1
These things are not a good buy. You can only buy the pods online wither from the manufacturer or a 3rd party selling "compatible" refills
2 Likes #2
The deal's for the machine not the nespresso product / company as a whole. Appreciate not everyone will want this and prefer coffee another way.
#3
Or any supermarket.... Including my local Co op
3 Likes #4
0zone
These things are not a good buy. You can only buy the pods online wither from the manufacturer or a 3rd party selling "compatible" refills


You can buy compatible pods in Tesco etc, but I do prefer to the the Nespresso originals.

Heat added.
#5
Yup, i've bought the pods at both Tesco and Aldi now.
#6
0zone
These things are not a good buy. You can only buy the pods online wither from the manufacturer or a 3rd party selling "compatible" refills

Brilliant buy for me, I have had mine around 5-6 years now and I love it
#7
OFI
Yup, i've bought the pods at both Tesco and Aldi now.


Do Aldi sell Nespresso pods, i thought it was only Lidl?
1 Like #8
Daaaavvveee
0zone
These things are not a good buy. You can only buy the pods online wither from the manufacturer or a 3rd party selling "compatible" refills
Brilliant buy for me, I have had mine around 5-6 years now and I love it
Can you recommend some decent pods and the ones to stay away from please. Awaiting delivery of my Nespresso citiz with milk free from my new times subscription. (Yes we subscribed previously just swapped names so we could get a new machine). Many thanks in advance
banned#9
Daaaavvveee
0zone
These things are not a good buy. You can only buy the pods online wither from the manufacturer or a 3rd party selling "compatible" refills
Brilliant buy for me, I have had mine around 5-6 years now and I love it
My uncle has had one from 2 years and has never bought any refills because he isn't very internet savi
#10
ASD007
OFI
Yup, i've bought the pods at both Tesco and Aldi now.


Do Aldi sell Nespresso pods, i thought it was only Lidl?


They have had them a couple of times when they're also selling their own Nespresso machine, but then don't stock them regularly (e.g. Bought my Aldi machine in April I think and then no pods sold until a few weeks ago and have stopped again). Very annoying, but as pointed out, various brands sold widely including my local small Co-ops. Currently trying Taylor's via subscribe and save on Amazon, which are decent.
1 Like #11
Before buying a Nespresso machine years ago I wouldn't buy one for years previously as I didn't like being tied to one system of buying and using coffee. I also thought it was anti environmental to have aluminium capsules.
However the truth is that there's no better coffee, provided in perfect nick by the capsules, and they have a free recycling service where they provide the pickup. Maybe (expensive) bean-to-cup machines are better, but the Nespresso capsules are hard to beat. By the way, just as computers aren't important - it's the software, so the Nespresso machines aren't important, it's the coffee, and compatibles are not nearly as good as the originals.
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0zone
These things are not a good buy. You can only buy the pods online wither from the manufacturer or a 3rd party selling "compatible" refills

They are started to have nespresso shops in shopping centres, westfeild Stratford has one.
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0zone
Daaaavvveee
0zone
These things are not a good buy. You can only buy the pods online wither from the manufacturer or a 3rd party selling "compatible" refills
Brilliant buy for me, I have had mine around 5-6 years now and I love it
My uncle has had one from 2 years and has never bought any refills because he isn't very internet savi

You can buy them from Nespresso stores also
#14
I'm so tempted
banned#15
Daaaavvveee
0zone
Daaaavvveee
0zone
These things are not a good buy. You can only buy the pods online wither from the manufacturer or a 3rd party selling "compatible" refills
Brilliant buy for me, I have had mine around 5-6 years now and I love it
My uncle has had one from 2 years and has never bought any refills because he isn't very internet savi
You can buy them from Nespresso stores also

Daaaavvveee
0zone
Daaaavvveee
0zone
These things are not a good buy. You can only buy the pods online wither from the manufacturer or a 3rd party selling "compatible" refills
Brilliant buy for me, I have had mine around 5-6 years now and I love it
My uncle has had one from 2 years and has never bought any refills because he isn't very internet savi
You can buy them from Nespresso stores also

None of those around here mate
#16
Lots more places doing Nespresso Pods. Asda Tesco is where I get mine. Find brands like "Cafe Pod" also which are compatible and more affordable pods
#17
Great deal with the vouchers.
#18
Generally compatibles in supermarkets are no cheaper than the original Nespresso ones, unless it's Aldi/Lidl or if there are offers on. You can order direct from Nespresso online/app/freephone or purchase in boutiques if there is one near you. Order before 6pm and it's now guaranteed next day delivery plus you can recycle the capsules, either request collection when ordering or drop of to over 4,000 collect + locations. As for the deal, that's hot! Especially as you can claim £45 club reward towards the coffee, effectively costing you £14 in the long run!!!
#19
0zone
These things are not a good buy. You can only buy the pods online wither from the manufacturer or a 3rd party selling "compatible" refills

Really not a big deal...
1 Like #20
paid £79 for the silver version from currys about 2 weeks ago and........i love it.
retired the gaggia for it and have no regrets. Yes, there's a tinge of regret when you're in a nice coffee shop that sells ground coffee and beans to take home, but I can always stick that in the aeropress or french press.

To be honest, the advantages massively outweigh the disadvantages for me, with the big bonus being no longer having to lie to the wife and say that the nice cup of coffee she made for me was indeed nice, as anyone can make a nice drink out of these, with zero mess, and quickly. The main disadvantage is that it's too easy to make a nice drink with these, so by 9am i can be very wired.

for those who like a longer drink, it's pretty easy and tasty to microwave just less than half a cup of milk for a minute, then stick it under the nespresso for a shot of coffee. Cheats latte.

For alternative pods, i've tried pellini, lidl and starbucks (who had a decent black friday deal of 25% off their taster pack online, think they do 10% off for first orders) and they all made a decent drink, and definitely more than acceptable for when aunt mavis turns up over xmas. In fact there's only been one pod so far that's been terrible, and that was the nespresso vanillo (?) one from the taster pack- do yourself a favour and only serve this to the mother-in-law :).

I can definitely recommend it.

Edited By: tatdownsarf on Dec 06, 2016 09:32
#21
I agree with rakshai - just bought one for a backup - can't be beat for £14.00 net!
#22
Cant see the credit offer?!
#23
ASD007
OFI
Yup, i've bought the pods at both Tesco and Aldi now.
Do Aldi sell Nespresso pods, i thought it was only Lidl?

Yup Aldi do them, think they had 3 or 4 different ones at £1.79/box of 10
#24
You can also get compatible pods in lakeland.
1 Like #25
There are Nespresso boutique in Brent Cross and a automatic Nespresso dispensing in london at Nespresso Cafe not far from St Pauls both take the vouchers you will need to register 1st
#27
Watch out Lakeland is selling for the same price on amazon
1 Like #28
Bought. Thanks OP. Always liked the Pixie machine.
#29
wish I'd gone down this path instead of Tassimo :(
#30
ASD007
OFI
Yup, i've bought the pods at both Tesco and Aldi now.
Do Aldi sell Nespresso pods, i thought it was only Lidl?
Yes, they had them in stock when I visited an Aldi just last saturday for £1.79 per 10 pod pack - they do 3 varieties Ristretto, Espresso & Lungo.
Not tried them.
#31
this thing takes supermarket branded stuff as well. office bought one for £49 with no voucher last week during cyber week sales. but this is good price.
#32
£115 now
#33
Peter Jones is now selling genuine Nespresso pods, so expect all John Lewis branches to do so in the near future.
#34
Jonny678
Peter Jones is now selling genuine Nespresso pods, so expect all John Lewis branches to do so in the near future.


It's a pilot in Peter Jones and JL Kingston, so if all goes well then it could well be all or selected JL's.
#35
Why buy a Nespresso machine and then buy lesser pods ... you may as well buy a cheaper machine to go with the pods.

For me the Nespresso pods you can taste the quality and difference that's why I invested in the machine.
#36
Nespresoo can be ordered online in most major shopping centres and as mentioned JL and Selfridges.

Must admit I do like the stores and the tasting bar for a freebie and also try and always buy different pods.

Nespresso postage is only free for 200 pods.
#37
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#38
Why having a good machine and not buying their coffe? The all point of nespresso is the coffee not the machine itself.
#39
£129 now
#40
obsydian
Why buy a Nespresso machine and then buy lesser pods ... you may as well buy a cheaper machine to go with the pods.
For me the Nespresso pods you can taste the quality and difference that's why I invested in the machine.

What cheaper machine? For overall cost including pods as far as I can see Nespresso is cheapest unless i'm missing something..

And whilst i'm sure many of the cheapest pods don't taste the best I find it hard to believe others couldn't be as good as Nespresso ones. It's coffee not some mystery new substance. That's why i'm trying all the different ones I can find anyway.

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