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£40 Nesspresso Club credit with every machine = Essenza at £64.99 inc £40 of coffee @ JL.
£40 Nesspresso Club credit with every machine = Essenza at £64.99 inc £40 of coffee @ JL.

£40 Nesspresso Club credit with every machine = Essenza at £64.99 inc £40 of coffee @ JL.

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Can I just preface this with - if you know someone who buys Nespresso capsules from the Nespresso site they will have received two forms for £50 club credit. So you can ask them for one and get an extra £10. I've just bought 2 Essenza's from JL, as I easilly will spend £100 on coffee (2 x £50 credit) , that means I've got 2 Nespresso machines for £30 which will make great gifts.

Essenza for £64.99 then you can fill out the credit form online and upload a pic of the receipt making it easier and not having to worry about things lost in the post, or you can post. Nespresso credit your account with £40 to spent on coffee or anything else such as another machine, chocolates, cups etc. £40 will get you about 130 cups of coffee.

THere are other machines available but the Essenza's the cheapest. I have one that I bought on ebay it's about 6 years old and is still working perfectly. I also have Rooibos tea at night and I use it for getting quick hot water rather than filling and waiting for the kettle.

So if you were thinking of getting one, now is the time plus if you're going to be buying coffee you could get another use the £40 on coffee giving you a gift for £25.

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I have a Gaggia Classic at the mo but I think I would prefer something thats a bit less faf to use, would a Nespresso be a major drop in quality?

Thanks

Nespresso is good, that reminds me I need to order caps for mine

Original Poster

Honestly I don't know. But for some perspective. It's very simple to use, very little cleaning apart from wiping it down every now and then and popping the tray in the dishwasher once in a while. That's it.
The coffee is consistently good and it is a millions times better than the Senseo which I have had and hated. For what it's worth I know someone who had a really fancy bean to cup machine, but it was a lot of effort. So he decided to get a Nespresso and now especially for mornings he loves it, he's happy with the quality of coffee. He still has the fancy machine but I think he's going to sell it, the extra effort for a bit better coffee is not worth it to him and he's a complete coffee snob.

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THE GAFFER

Nespresso is good, that reminds me I need to order caps for mine



Christmas are variations available now. Vanilla (again), cherry and chocolate. Tried doing a black forest gateaux type drink with a choc and cherry cap and whipped cream on top, it was ok but not a great success.

carltonbp

Honestly I don't know. But for some perspective. It's very simple to use, … Honestly I don't know. But for some perspective. It's very simple to use, very little cleaning apart from wiping it down every now and then and popping the tray in the dishwasher once in a while. That's it. The coffee is consistently good and it is a millions times better than the Senseo which I have had and hated. For what it's worth I know someone who had a really fancy bean to cup machine, but it was a lot of effort. So he decided to get a Nespresso and now especially for mornings he loves it, he's happy with the quality of coffee. He still has the fancy machine but I think he's going to sell it, the extra effort for a bit better coffee is not worth it to him and he's a complete coffee snob.



Your friend must have made a very poor choice of bean-to-cup machine. He sounds like a coffee snob who hasn't got a clue.

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termite

Your friend must have made a very poor choice of bean-to-cup machine. He … Your friend must have made a very poor choice of bean-to-cup machine. He sounds like a coffee snob who hasn't got a clue.



You know they have milk dispensers etc that need cleaning out etc, flushing. It's not just pressing a button.

sounds good. does anyone know if you can make mocha with this?

Just to clarify, do you get the credit once you register the Essenza? Or when you register on nespresso.com?

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You register the essenza on Nespresso site so you do both at the same time. Has to have been bought since the 24th Nov to qualify.

I've just bought the Pixie (needed it by this week, otherwise try Amazon for £5 cheaper). Great deal with the £40 credit for Nespresso Club - but can you clarify how to get the £50 credit instead? Is it a form that current Nespresso Club members have?

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boonkoh

I've just bought the Pixie (needed it by this week, otherwise try Amazon … I've just bought the Pixie (needed it by this week, otherwise try Amazon for £5 cheaper). Great deal with the £40 credit for Nespresso Club - but can you clarify how to get the £50 credit instead? Is it a form that current Nespresso Club members have?



Yes, I recieved two forms in the post, so will have other members.

Cheeky. But does any nespresso member have e £50 forms that they dont need??

orangemonkey

Cheeky. But does any nespresso member have e £50 forms that they dont … Cheeky. But does any nespresso member have e £50 forms that they dont need??



I'm wondering the same thing too! I'd be willing to send over the postage cost to you if anyone could send me one of the forms. Let me know through PM!

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Sorry I'm using both of mine.

carltonbp

You know they have milk dispensers etc that need cleaning out etc, … You know they have milk dispensers etc that need cleaning out etc, flushing. It's not just pressing a button.



Ours is just pressing a button. It flushes itself and the milk jug just needs rinsing.

nespress website is hard work started an order last night and gave up mid way there website is really badly set out aahhrrr

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Maybe there was a problem with it. I've always found it fine.

Called Nepresso up about this offer today and they said that all machines qualify, even if not explicitly on the claim form. Can't find any cheaper than £65 though. Heat added, thanks OP

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You can get it fro £65 at Comet too. Don't know if the warranty is 2 years though for that. I tried a Comet code and it didn't work unfortuantely.

So to clarify, buy ANY Nespresso and claim £40 to spend at the Nespresso Web Shop. OR register a code from a members voucher and get £50 to spend? Seems a great deal! Might get it for my parents for Crimbo!

aerotec

So to clarify, buy ANY Nespresso and claim £40 to spend at the Nespresso … So to clarify, buy ANY Nespresso and claim £40 to spend at the Nespresso Web Shop. OR register a code from a members voucher and get £50 to spend? Seems a great deal! Might get it for my parents for Crimbo!



You are committing them to paying £0.30 every time the want a cup of coffee once the voucher is used. It's a bit like getting them a TV from Brighthouse, making one payment and then leaving them with the payment book.

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aerotec

So to clarify, buy ANY Nespresso and claim £40 to spend at the Nespresso … So to clarify, buy ANY Nespresso and claim £40 to spend at the Nespresso Web Shop. OR register a code from a members voucher and get £50 to spend? Seems a great deal! Might get it for my parents for Crimbo!



Yes, you fill out the form online or via post and send in receipt and serial number and you get a Nespresso account with £40 credit to spend on what you want there.

termite

You are committing them to paying £0.30 every time the want a cup of … You are committing them to paying £0.30 every time the want a cup of coffee once the voucher is used. It's a bit like getting them a TV from Brighthouse, making one payment and then leaving them with the payment book.



Not quite the same thing. I can buy them the Nespresso maker and they will get 100 "free" coffees out of it. Then if they don't find the quality good enough value we can sell it on eBay. I agree the cartridges are pricey but rather than buy ground espresso coffee that will go stale this means they can have a nice coffee every now and then with a convenient system. I buy beans and have a grinder and espresso maker. I reckon I pay 10-15p per shot. 15-20p premium is not too bad for an easy to use system.

carltonbp

Yes, you fill out the form online or via post and send in receipt and … Yes, you fill out the form online or via post and send in receipt and serial number and you get a Nespresso account with £40 credit to spend on what you want there.



Comet website only states £40 offer on more expensive machines. And can't see anything on the Nespresso site about it. Do you have a link that shows the terms of the offer and that any machine is applicable for the claim.

The basic one at £65 on Amazon is manual so you have to start and stop it? That seems easy enough.

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If you clock on go to offer you can see all the details and download the PDF form.

Give Nespresso a call on 0800-442-442 if you have any doubts about a machine being included. They told me all machines for sale in the UK are in the offer

Claim form is here

johnlewis.com/jl_…pdf

In terms of the pods, there are many places to get them other than the official ones and the patents expire in a few months so I can see lots of cheap competitors coming.

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd514/al355/YEP11_voucher_1pp1-page-001.jpg

Thanks for the info. Ordering the £65 machine from Amazon just now.

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Got mine from JL today get 16 capsules in the box as well. Makes a great gift.

Ok, ordered the unit with the Aerocinno for £99.

I was at the Paris Champ Elysees (sp!) Nespresso store at the weekend getting capsules for my sister and it was like shopping in a designer bag shop! Very well laid out store but you can see the mark up on these things is huge! However the queue of people buying capsules was huge!

I actually bought some 3rd party capsules in a supermarche for 4 Euro. I will give them to my sister to try in her machine. Her they are on Amazon (at a mark up). Would be good to get more info on the Patents. I would be very surpised if they did not renew the patent some how?

amazon.co.uk/gp/…TQF

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Another capsule machine to consider oO

telegraph.co.uk/top…e=2

It's compact which is nice

No doubt the capsules will be way more than Nespresso. Would love to try it though.

I thought the machine was just the bit the cup is sitting under but it is actually the whole thing that the capsules is sitting on too.

carltonbp

Another capsule machine to consider … Another capsule machine to consider oOhttp://www.telegraph.co.uk/topics/christmas/christmas-gift-ideas/8883883/The-best-gadgets-for-Christmas.html?image=2It's compact which is nice


Can you buy any of the other accessories with the credit, would love the aeroccino with it cos I like me a latte!

If you haven't ordered the machine then get the Essenza with Aerocinno from Debenhams for £84.15 delivered using code PD6P and go through Quidco for 3% cashback.

debenhams.com/web…_-1?breadcrumb=Home~txtnespresso

bigviv

Can you buy any of the other accessories with the credit, would love the … Can you buy any of the other accessories with the credit, would love the aeroccino with it cos I like me a latte!



That's my plan too! Only costs £49 through Nespresso Club, yet it costs an extra £80 if bought together with the Pixie?

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boonkoh

That's my plan too! Only costs £49 through Nespresso Club, yet it costs … That's my plan too! Only costs £49 through Nespresso Club, yet it costs an extra £80 if bought together with the Pixie?



You can buy anything on the Nespresso site with it. You can spend it on the chocolates if you want. I also love the little almost biscuit/pastries.

awesome - i like the pixie size wise, so £99 from amazon for that, then £9 for the aeroccino (using the £40 credit), sorted!!

Anyone have experience with "compatible" capsules? There's a dizzying array - and some articles are saying that they might not even be cheaper than the 30p that Nespresso charges for theirs through the Club. What's the opinion?

If you dont need the aerocinno, cheapest place to get e essenza is homeandcook homeandcook.co.uk/kru…ual

64.99 but if you use the code HC811 u get 5% off making it 61.74 with a further 6%cashback with quidco. John Lewis has gone up in price to 69.99 and is oos, 79.99 on amazon. Since the nespresso comes with a 3 year warranty from nescafe anyway, prob best to just get from the cheapest company?? Same model across all 3 websites

orangemonkey

If you dont need the aerocinno, cheapest place to get e essenza is … If you dont need the aerocinno, cheapest place to get e essenza is homeandcook http://www.homeandcook.co.uk/krups-nespresso-essenza-manual64.99 but if you use the code HC811 u get 5% off making it 61.74 with a further 6%cashback with quidco. John Lewis has gone up in price to 69.99 and is oos, 79.99 on amazon. Since the nespresso comes with a 3 year warranty from nescafe anyway, prob best to just get from the cheapest company?? Same model across all 3 websites



Ordered from there a few days ago and no sign of it or any email confirmation. Called them up and they had my order but had system problems, sait it may take 10 days to arrive

I've just ordered today and received my email confirmation. So maybe they truly did have a system problem??
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