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Philips Senseo Coffee Pod Machine £23.67 @ Sainsburys

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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Went to my local Sainsburys yesterday ... all quite innocently an' that, like. 'Saw a pile of Philips Senseos towering in a corner at the Electrical Department ... or GM Dept as the 'techies' would prefer. Typically - no prices on 'em. Took one to the till and assistant said "£23.67" ...mmm ...not bad. Pity I have on already so cant justify two .. but its a great deal for anyone wanting such a top drinks-brewer-device. I dont think they come with the wee glass mugs .. but they'll only get smashed the first time you use it anyway (I know how rough you can be with things)... this was at the Ripley Derbyshire branch so it will probably be in ones like this that will have them (bigger stores) - so I suggest you ring em first if unsure... good luck! Ta
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#1
Buy your pods from directcoffeepods.co.uk they have all the varieties plus some extras. I bought my kids the chocomel pods for christmas as they loved the drink in Holland on holiday, both of them love these.
#2
Sorry they werent in your own Sainsburys branch.. when I went yesterday there were about 6 in a pile ... no price tag. I got my pods at Poundland .. bought three massive boxes of them! By the way what do you have to do to get your deals .. Made Hot? Cheers
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Search on ebay for "coffeeduck", it allows you to use any fresh ground coffee and costs about a £10. Definitely worth getting, I've had some great cups of coffee using it.

Good price! I got mine from Argos a few weeks ago for half price rrp.
#4
makeshiftam
Search on ebay for "coffeeduck", it allows you to use any fresh ground coffee and costs about a £10. Definitely worth getting, I've had some great cups of coffee using it.

Good price! I got mine from Argos a few weeks ago for half price rrp.


Yes cheers for that! They do seem to go through phases of halving their price etc .. I got mine about a year ago and Amazon were doing them cheap plus a free music CD so it worked out under twenty quid .... at first I thought they were a right lorra naffness ... the coffee was warm and it wasnt wonderful ... then I realised the secret is to heat the two cups up for a minute with the milk in the microwave ... THEN put em under the Senseo ...
#5
thanks a lot mate, was gonna get eco pods but after reading reviews on amazon i am definatly gonna try these, thanks
#6
makeshiftam
Search on ebay for "coffeeduck", it allows you to use any fresh ground coffee and costs about a £10. Definitely worth getting, I've had some great cups of coffee using it.

Good price! I got mine from Argos a few weeks ago for half price rrp.


Ecopad also found on eBay - that's what I use and have done for two years since I got my Senseo - they are under a $5 for a pair and mine still going strong - allow you to use your own ground coffee not used the over priced pods made for these machines :)

Got Senseo on a similar offer from Amazon, about £25ish if I recall, two years ago dirt cheap compared tot he usual price, well worth it at these discounted prices- not so sure at full price mind!
#7
pity they didnt do a site for cheaper pods for the krupps as well as i love that stuff
banned#8
I bought this machine last year................... it is now in landfill...nuff said....
#9
BruceEBonus
Sorry they werent in your own Sainsburys branch.. when I went yesterday there were about 6 in a pile ... no price tag. I got my pods at Poundland .. bought three massive boxes of them! By the way what do you have to do to get your deals .. Made Hot? Cheers


Do they still stock the pods at Poundland? most of the Supermarkets seem to be reducing their senseo range of coffees, and you can hardly find the cappuccino anywhere now... might have to look at some of the other suggestions on this thread too!
#10
copthis1
I bought this machine last year................... it is now in landfill...nuff said....



Mine too!

This machine is great if you like half a cup of lukewarm coffee.
#11
I find those who dont like the Senseo usually have had a bad first-use experience and I was nearly one of them - 'til I read about microwaving the milk in the cup first for about 30 secs per cup .... and instantly made the thing desirable. And more affordable than its competitors to run. These coffee pod machines are ultimately only as good as the cost of the pods ... like a Polaroid camera - no matter how wonderful the appliance ... if the cost of running it is prohibitive then you wont use it.
#12
You've got it right. I love mine. :thumbsup:
#13
They're half price at argos too
#14
I'd rather get a stove-top percolator. They are cheaper, more reliable and you can choose exactly which coffee you want to use.
#15
garbage456
has anyone found in a sainsbury yet?


They were in the Weedon Road, Northampton this pm
#16
Found them at my local sainsburys, price showed as the discounted price. Thanks!
#17
Do any of those taste any good? I've tried about 8 different original pods, and it always tastes like instant to me with a bit of froth on top!
#18
Pay the extra for a tassimo - my senseo is in the landfill too
#19
If you're getting cold cups of coffee from it, then you need to run a cup through it before you make your coffee. I've always had perfect hot cups of coffee from it.
#20
I Was Going To Buy The Tassimo, Are They Any Good ?
#21
No doub tit won't give you the best coffee ever, but for those that are extremely lazy or value convenience above all else, this is ideal. Also good for small businesses where you don't want to staff wasting valuable time fiddling around making coffee, or buying highly expensive and more complex machines.

Its one of the best prices I've seen so far!! Although to be honest that much of a bargain, normally retails for around £25-£30 I think?
#22
makeshiftam
Search on ebay for "coffeeduck", it allows you to use any fresh ground coffee and costs about a £10. Definitely worth getting, I've had some great cups of coffee using it.

Good price! I got mine from Argos a few weeks ago for half price rrp.


Thanks for that, just ordered a Senseo, a Coffeeduck and a load of coffee pods. :thumbsup:

Wouldn't mind finding some decaf tea for my wife, I found some at coffeepodshop.co.uk 20 for £1.18 I think it was but £5.99 postage!!!!!! Still searching.
#23
good machine as long as u do the micro milk thing
but have been usin my dolce gusto more at the moment with all the free pods from asda got tons of em hehe plus got the machine for 17 quid from a deal on here thanks ht deals have saved a fortune on coffee :thumbsup::thumbsup:
#24
NINA RIBENA
They're half price at argos too


yeah they were supposedly halfprice !!
imagine my shock ...looked up item on xmas day on argos website, reserved for £23 and a bit went round to collect it on boxing day only to be told
"£46.36 please"
"...sorry but I didnt order two"..
"... err that's the price of just one pod"
so I pointed out when I made the reservation on 25 Dec they were £23.18
The till -operator called someone over who said ''oh they have been £46.36 since 16 Dec.
Pity I didn't save the reservation-notification email!!
#25
NINA RIBENA
They're half price at argos too


Not
#26
darklight
yeah they were supposedly halfprice !!
imagine my shock ...looked up item on xmas day on argos website, reserved for £23 and a bit went round to collect it on boxing day only to be told
"£46.36 please"
"...sorry but I didnt order two"..
"... err that's the price of just one pod"
so I pointed out when I made the reservation on 25 Dec they were £23.18
The till -operator called someone over who said ''oh they have been £46.36 since 16 Dec.
Pity I didn't save the reservation-notification email!!


According the Argos website:

"* Please note item 4230034 has previously been on sale at £23.18."

So it is entirely possible that they discounted it before Christmas, then put it up again. Good note for the future, though, that Argos' reserved items system doesn't store the price, just the item code. Note to self: always take a website print-out and email print-out to Argos!
#27
skwdenyer
According the Argos website:

"* Please note item 4230034 has previously been on sale at £23.18."

So it is entirely possible that they discounted it before Christmas, then put it up again. Good note for the future, though, that Argos' reserved items system doesn't store the price, just the item code. Note to self: always take a website print-out and email print-out to Argos!


I've done that before and it doesn't help one bit, they just say sorry, the policy is the price in store on the day is the price you pay.
#28
I had 1 before , then bought a dolce gusto , sooo much better
#29
I have just tried today at Sainsburys Durham to no avail. Argos, Amazon, Tesco, Asda all at RRP again. Never mind.:?
#30
Thanks for the word on the coffeeduck thingy. I have eco-pods, but this looks less messy.
#32
I ordered one from great universal, was reduced to £35 then put voucher code in for £15 off for new customer so got it for £20 at least that way if its only a fad I don't feel like I shelled out a fortune!:roll:
#33
Do you have the code for Great Universal new customer as cant see on website - do you get it when you register?
Good find though if works.
#34
Just ordered my Philips Senseo from Great Universal for £20.23 including P&P - thanks for the advice.
PS The code for Great Universal new customers £15 discount is ZG999, which is entered at the final checkout after your account has been accepted.
:thumbsup:
#35
Got mine today and 8 flavours of Senseo coffee bought from Ebay, spent £27 on it + postage, can't say as I'm impressed with the taste. The Coffeeduck should be here on Wednesday, the seller ran out of packaging, tut , lol. Anyway, I can then buy my own coffee and hopefully that will taste better.
The Chocco stuff is bloody horrible, avoid, it only has a hint of chocolate flavour not a full Chocolate flavour. Regular is ok, dark is well strong and yukky.
#36
Got mine from Additions Direct with £15 off. Total was about £20 too.

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