KRUPS NESPRESSO INISSIA COFFEE MAKER £54.90 @ Go Electrical
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KRUPS NESPRESSO INISSIA COFFEE MAKER £54.90 @ Go Electrical

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Found 6th Dec 2015
Recently posted in Blueberry colour from Currys for £59.99 and hitting the 300 hot already. This one is cheaper,colour to me looks nicer, free shipping and like the curry's one you can claim £45 in Nespresso club rewards.
I don't like pod machines but seeing as the dearer one is hitting a lot of heat I thought id share this for the ones that do like pod machines.
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1.5% quidco too - every little helps
Just bought this and had the quidco money through as well... Works a treat and you can get cheap nespresso cartridges from Lidl now!
And poundland do a range of pods too.
4.2% cashback at topcashback
Also available white for 68.90 scroll down the linked page. If this was a different colour at the lower price I'd have bought one.
Think this deal was posted a month ago too. A quick search?
Great price, I have this same machine but in Sky Blue, Lidl's compatibles are great!
Shame Aldi discontinued theirs, as they were good if not slightly better than the Lidl ones.
bd1981bd

Think this deal was posted a month ago too. A quick search?



​doesn't matter. It's being useful this time of year . Stop being a killjoy
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bd1981bd

Think this deal was posted a month ago too. A quick search?



​oh dear!!
The official pods from nespresso are quite cheap anyway. About 28p a pod.
I have a Dolce Gusto machine are these any better. I like the idea of cheaper pods, what is the cost per pod in pound land and Ludlow?
fergee

I have a Dolce Gusto machine are these any better. I like the idea of … I have a Dolce Gusto machine are these any better. I like the idea of cheaper pods, what is the cost per pod in pound land and Ludlow?



Lidl.... Bloody spell check
fergee

I have a Dolce Gusto machine are these any better. I like the idea of … I have a Dolce Gusto machine are these any better. I like the idea of cheaper pods, what is the cost per pod in pound land and Ludlow?



Why? They don't work as well as the officials ones and the official ones really aren't very expensive.
Not bad. Close to current 2nd hand ebay prices with postage (about £40). Plus you get about 90 pods for free with the £45 voucher offer.

The £45 voucher breaks down as £15 off three orders from the Nespresso online shop.There is no minimum order though, so you can simply order £10 worth and use the £5 left towards postage.
(Cheapest Delivery is £4/£5 depending on doorstep or collection point. Amounts to 3 delivery's of about £10 worth or 3x30 @ 30p each capsules 'for free'. Free Standard Delivery only on orders over 200 capsules, which at ~30p each means a £60 average order cost...)

So not too bad - You can reuse the pods with chocolate wrapper foil as illustrated here: instructables.com/id/…EPS (A lot of messing about though)

Edited by: "trampjuice" 7th Dec 2015
Nespresso machines are way better than other brands pod machines cos they don't use any nasty uht milk, you add your own fresh milk.

I tried loads of third party pods but stuck with the nespresso branded ones cos they were better.

I then found Fine Coffee Club compatibles, they're just as nice (some are nicer imo), & are a few pence cheaper too.
Thin aluminuim foil on used capsules works fine. Another tip is to buy from a boutique with the voucher as no post no minimum capsules of a flavour to worry about.
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