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Asda instore are selling Senseo coffee pods medium and dark roast for 75p a pack. Each pack has 18 pods.
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pet2000#1
That's about 4p per cup, not bad.
Midge#2
Dark Roast, 18 pods for 77p :-D Cool spot, hope to stock up in the morning.

H+R added, thanks.

Midge
jerdeber#3
whats the best deal on a new machine? Always fancied one of these . . . . .
munnski#4
Hot :thumbsup:
bargainhunter66banned#5
That's hot - these are a lot more expensive. Wonder if they're discontinuing?
jads 1 Like #6
jerdeber
whats the best deal on a new machine? Always fancied one of these . . . . .


Argos tend to have them going fairly cheap. There's a few different models but mainly that just relates to the amount of cups they can do before refilling the water tank.

If you do get one, I highly recommend the following site

http://www.coffeepodshop.co.uk/shop/

I often order my pods from them, and they also have accessories and adapters. I ordered the espresso pod adapter and have since made a few orders for espresso pods (and other types) - the espresso is just as good as a decent dedicated home espresso machine. I got a Senseo to replace it after it broke and actually prefer it. The normal cups of coffee are good, though they're more filter coffee (so don't expect the same quality as a faux-italian coffee shop).

Lots of different coffees available and a lot less messier :)
Jono310#7
Excellent! that's less than half the normal price!! Good spot...i shall be Asda-ing it up in the morning :)

Thank You!!
Midge#8
jads;8082591
Argos tend to have them going fairly cheap. There's a few different models but mainly that just relates to the amount of cups they can do before refilling the water tank.

If you do get one, I highly recommend the following site

http://www.coffeepodshop.co.uk/shop/

I often order my pods from them, and they also have accessories and adapters. I ordered the espresso pod adapter and have since made a few orders for espresso pods (and other types) - the espresso is just as good as a decent dedicated home espresso machine. I got a Senseo to replace it after it broke and actually prefer it. The normal cups of coffee are good, though they're more filter coffee (so don't expect the same quality as a faux-italian coffee shop).

Lots of different coffees available and a lot less messier :)



Good post mate, very helpful. Appreciated :thumbsup:


Midge.
PaulPoole#9
Great find.

Heat added.
yetanotherdave#10
Just went down to asda, it was £1.50 a pack :(
Desp#11
Still got one of these in the garage , changed to a dolce gusto , so much better
cheap price for the pods though
gizmouk#12
Excellent price as normally just over 2 quid :)

Heat and rep :thumbsup:
caverncity#13
yetanotherdave
Just went down to asda, it was £1.50 a pack :(


scan it at the till, 99% of the time the reduction hasnt got to the shelf yet but is there at the till.
scrumpypaul#14
caverncity
scan it at the till, 99% of the time the reduction hasnt got to the shelf yet but is there at the till.


well, i must be in that unlucky 1% at leechmere asda in sunderland



still, £1.50 ain't bad.
scrumpypaul#15
jads
Argos tend to have them going fairly cheap. There's a few different models but mainly that just relates to the amount of cups they can do before refilling the water tank.

If you do get one, I highly recommend the following site

http://www.coffeepodshop.co.uk/shop/

I often order my pods from them, and they also have accessories and adapters. I ordered the espresso pod adapter and have since made a few orders for espresso pods (and other types) - the espresso is just as good as a decent dedicated home espresso machine. I got a Senseo to replace it after it broke and actually prefer it. The normal cups of coffee are good, though they're more filter coffee (so don't expect the same quality as a faux-italian coffee shop).

Lots of different coffees available and a lot less messier :)


where are the adaptors on that site?

plus, do you know a way to reduce the delivery costs? £8 for 5 packs of pods seems a bit steep.
iwinagainhaha#16
I called into ASDA Aintree this morning and they had loads of the stuff either medium or Dark roast blend. even cheaper at 75P got enough to keep me going till christmas !
ukmonkey#17
cool need to stock up on these, any one know where i can get the cappuccino pods from? got a sample and they are really good.
yetanotherdave#18
caverncity
scan it at the till, 99% of the time the reduction hasnt got to the shelf yet but is there at the till.


I bought one, it was £1.50.
oh well, Not a bad price, but not the bargain I was hoping for.
jhw#19
pet2000
That's about 4p per cup, not bad.


Or 8p if you need two pods, seeing the amount of coffee out of one just isn't enough.
Timmy01 1 Like #20
http://www.coffeeduck.com/uk_index.html

available from amazon for +/- £10
allows you to use any ground coffee in a Senseo

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