Dolce Gusto mini me £39 @ Tesco Direct £35 with code. £30 of coffee vouchers available
222°Expired

Dolce Gusto mini me £39 @ Tesco Direct £35 with code. £30 of coffee vouchers available

15
Found 23rd Dec 2017Edited by:"Shambles1975"
Has been cheaper in the past but is the cheapest I can find at the minute. Big discount on the rrp of £80.
Use code TDX-YRGK for £35. Thanks moneybanks14
£30 OF coffee vouchers to claim with it
Community Updates

Groups

15 Comments
Use code TDX-YRGK get it for 34.99
Got one on black Friday and i love it, love this colour tho 🏻
Just done a little research and I thought no I can claim £30 credit on dulce gusto site if I buy this . Anyone help me on this that might have purchased this before?
Vanmeerkat14 m ago

Just done a little research and I thought no I can claim £30 credit on …Just done a little research and I thought no I can claim £30 credit on dulce gusto site if I buy this . Anyone help me on this that might have purchased this before?


Yes you get £30 in vouchers. You can only use one voucher per transaction though and have to buy four boxes for delivery (which is free).
charliejade30 m ago

Yes you get £30 in vouchers. You can only use one voucher per transaction …Yes you get £30 in vouchers. You can only use one voucher per transaction though and have to buy four boxes for delivery (which is free).

Thanks charliejade . Merry Xmas .
Just ordered and it came to 34 for me, every quid counts thanks op heat
I'm worried I might get addicted to coffee after this.
Aa9744 m ago

I'm worried I might get addicted to coffee after this.


Iv had to clear out a whole draw for the pods.. nestle peach tea is beautiful from this
The tank of the Mini Me is small, at 0.8lt against 1.4lt for the Tassimo T43, and 2lt on the Tassimo T40. The Tassimo T40 can also be refilled without removing the container from the machine.

You will also need to select the water volume (via the slider on the front) of the Dolce Gusto Mini Me machine, where as Tassimo's have barcode readers, BUT a major plus for the Dolce Gusto Mini Me over the Tassimo, is that you can simply deliver JUST water, hot or cold, with the "flagpole" style switch at the back.

Simply move the switch to the RIGHT to deliver hot water (with or without a pod in place) then return the switch to the "centre" to stop delivery...and to the LEFT if you need cold water. This "flagpole" switch is part or the normal brewing process of this machine, so will stop automatically when used with a pod in place, and a selected "volume" has been reached.

KNOWN ISSUES
I recently had to "puncture" a pod in a friends Dolce Gusto Mini Me, as it (the pod) has swollen (as they do, when you inject water in the brewing process) but it failed to "deliver" the drink, and as a result of the swelling, the "Front" would not LIFT, so we couldn't open the POD DRAW. I had to insert a screw through the bottom of the pod to release the pressure (liquid everywhere) to be able to deflate the pod. (Thanks Google) and release the pressure, to be able to open the pod draw again...2 minute job, no harm done, and it was business as usual.

Bottom line? It's HORSES fer COURSES people...what do YOU need your machine to do for you?.
Gazz5916 m ago

The tank of the Mini Me is small, at 0.8lt against 1.4lt for the Tassimo …The tank of the Mini Me is small, at 0.8lt against 1.4lt for the Tassimo T43, and 2lt on the Tassimo T40. The Tassimo T40 can also be refilled without removing the container from the machine.You will also need to select the water volume (via the slider on the front) of the Dolce Gusto Mini Me machine, where as Tassimo's have barcode readers, BUT a major plus for the Dolce Gusto Mini Me over the Tassimo, is that you can simply deliver JUST water, hot or cold, with the "flagpole" style switch at the back. Simply move the switch to the RIGHT to deliver hot water (with or without a pod in place) then return the switch to the "centre" to stop delivery...and to the LEFT if you need cold water. This "flagpole" switch is part or the normal brewing process of this machine, so will stop automatically when used with a pod in place, and a selected "volume" has been reached.KNOWN ISSUES I recently had to "puncture" a pod in a friends Dolce Gusto Mini Me, as it (the pod) has swollen (as they do, when you inject water in the brewing process) but it failed to "deliver" the drink, and as a result of the swelling, the "Front" would not LIFT, so we couldn't open the POD DRAW. I had to insert a screw through the bottom of the pod to release the pressure (liquid everywhere) to be able to deflate the pod. (Thanks Google) and release the pressure, to be able to open the pod draw again...2 minute job, no harm done, and it was business as usual.Bottom line? It's HORSES fer COURSES people...what do YOU need your machine to do for you?.


Didnt know that about the back so thanks 🏻
Happy to help
Had one of these, and they are pretty good in fairness. Make a really nice cup of coffee. But like M4rky2011 said, pods aren't cheap. A normal price is around 4.99 for 16 if I remember correctly. Plus if you are anything like me, and like a full cup or relatively strong coffee, you end up using 2 pods per cup.

If I was to buy another coffee machine that used pods, I'd get a nespresso compatible one. Much more choice when it comes to pods and pod prices. And they are generally though to make a better cup of coffee, which is pretty important (though this model is still good).

Alternatively just bite the bullet and get a proper espresso machine. Definitely worth the money (one I got was around £100), and you will save that in the long run by buying beans and grinding the coffee yourself, or just get pre-ground coffee. Plus many machines are ese sache compatible (not all though so be careful), and these are just little disk shaped sache's of pre-ground coffee, similar to a disk shaped teabag. These are good as you don't have the mess of coffee grinds getting everywhere in your kitchen. Though a bit more expensive than just getting loose coffee, still much much cheaper than any coffee pods.
Editbarrjamy30 s
Will they still honour the £30 voucher even though its only cost £34 ?
Original Poster
davidoneman1 h, 27 m ago

Will they still honour the £30 voucher even though its only cost £34 ?


Yes it direct with the supplier not tesco
davidoneman1 h, 27 m ago

Will they still honour the £30 voucher even though its only cost £34 ?

You can get cheap pods on Lidl and amazon. I like and have the previous version more water and all u have is a stick to decide hot or Cold done. Simples!!!
Edited by: "CJSILVA" 25th Dec 2017
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text