Magimix M100 Nespresso in white with Aeroccino milk heater/frother and £40 credit - Amazon £99
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Magimix M100 Nespresso in white with Aeroccino milk heater/frother and £40 credit - Amazon £99

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Found 13th Nov 2012
Looking at coffee machines I came across this - it's the automatic version of the M100 (it stores how much water to pump through for an espresso/lungo as you like it) AND you get the Aeroccino milk heater/frother for just a tenner more than the machine on its own (or the machine is £55 at Comet if you want that hassle).

Given you also qualify for a £40 credit on capsules (direct with nespresso club) and get a 3 year warranty as standard from what I understand, I think it's a pretty good deal.

The Aeroccino has good reviews and the items are easy to clean. and It seems to be worth about £50-60 looking on eBay.

A few months ago the same deal but with £40 JL vouchers (from JL obviously) instead of the capsules went very hot. This deal is the 'same'. The pods should also get cheaper with the patent running out...

Enjoy...

9 Comments

bargain, and coffee excellent

Banned

I've got the £55 Comet job and an £8 Bodum milk frother. Does the job for me

Were is the 40.00 credit ? cant see it on amazon.

Banned

Superb, the best frother on the market and the best capsule coffee. You cant get coffee better than this without spending north of 300 quid

Original Poster

The credit is a nespresso club promotion directly for machines bought until January.

Banned

canada16

Were is the 40.00 credit ? cant see it on amazon.



Nespresso Promo

You need to register for Nespresso Club and then upload a copy of your purchase receipt

Original Poster

Not sure why this went cold - the espresso is hot!

Cancelled my Amazon order - Debenhams doing at same price but with TCB as well... shame their TF49 code doesn't work for this.

Original Poster

I have reposted as a Debenhams deal which, with TCB and their TF49 code until tomorrow now works and comes in at £84.60!!!

If you like paying 5x as much for you coffee from a limited range of coffee beans and giving money to Nestle then I am sure this is one way to do it.
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