Nescafe Dolce Gusto coffee machine at tesco £24.88 - includes £10 voucher so technically £14.88 total cost.
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Nescafe Dolce Gusto coffee machine at tesco £24.88 - includes £10 voucher so technically £14.88 total cost.

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Found 21st Jun 2016
A decent coffee machine reduced from £99 to less than £25.It also includes a £10 voucher for pods - so basically you're getting it for £14.88 which is pretty nice.
Its been reduced nationally according to customer services at tesco.
I bought one months ago from Tesco before they disappeared.. But now it's back at a reduced price I thought I'd share.

Loads in stock at Osterley store, as well as other brands around the same price.
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Hot - but stop thinking voucher values reduce the price. You are not getting it for £14.88. It is £24.88 plus £10 worth of pods free. The could say that the total value is £34.88 for a payment of £24.88, but in no way is it like £14.88 in any shape or form.
Shelf looks empty oO
Dealdealluvadeal

Hot - but stop thinking voucher values reduce the price. You are not … Hot - but stop thinking voucher values reduce the price. You are not getting it for £14.88. It is £24.88 plus £10 worth of pods free. The could say that the total value is £34.88 for a payment of £24.88, but in no way is it like £14.88 in any shape or form.



Are you the thought police? The buyer is definitely going to have to buy at some refill pots at some point, so you really are getting the machine for £14.88 + spending £10 (upwards) on extra pots. For me, as I used the voucher to get my pots, it technically reduced the cost of the machine, as I would of spent that £10 extra anyway. Hence why I said "basically". Not sure if you're having difficulty with understanding what "basically" means in this context, or you were trolling. Either way, I'm not quite sure how you're comment helps anyone except to make them laugh? I guess comedy is useful to some.


Edited by: "Crumbz" 21st Jun 2016
Bigbil

Shelf looks empty oO



They're were at least 8 of the Jovia's and many of the other ones that someone else has kindly posted too. The empty space is where I'd taken an additional one for my work place. Not sure what the stock is like everywhere else but certainly lots at my local superstore.
Crumbz

They're were at least 8 of the Jovia's and many of the other ones that … They're were at least 8 of the Jovia's and many of the other ones that someone else has kindly posted too. The empty space is where I'd taken an additional one for my work place. Not sure what the stock is like everywhere else but certainly lots at my local superstore.


Cheers
Bought a red one for £27 last night in Bangor N.I

Last thing I needed LOL
Savo

Bought a red one for £27 last night in Bangor N.I Last thing I needed LOL


I had the same issue. But I bought it, I've set it up, tried and tested it - and I'm actually happily surprised! Decent quality, so I've bought my extra pods. Looking forwards to trying all the variety
Crumbz

Are you the thought police? The buyer is definitely going to have to buy … Are you the thought police? The buyer is definitely going to have to buy at some refill pots at some point, so you really are getting the machine for £14.88 + spending £10 (upwards) on extra pots. For me, as I used the voucher to get my pots, it technically reduced the cost of the machine, as I would of spent that £10 extra anyway. Hence why I said "basically". Not sure if you're having difficulty with understanding what "basically" means in this context, or you were trolling. Either way, I'm not quite sure how you're comment helps anyone except to make them laugh? I guess comedy is useful to some.



That doesn't even make sense. With or without the voucher the price is £24.88, the voucher just gives you a saving on a separate purchase of pods.
Just for the hell of it, did a TCO exercise on this, compared to my existing setup (kettle, hand grinder, and cafetière). Three years at two coffees a day, 300 days a year. Figures rounded. Price of machine ignored.

• Present: buying whole beans at £1.85 for 227g (28 8g servings) works out at 7p per cup. 3*2*300*0.07=£126.
• Dolce Gusto: buying packs of sixteen pods for £4 works out at 25p per cup. 3*2*300*0.25=£450.

Nah, I'll skip this one. Heat added, mind, because it's about the deal, and some people (not me!) will think that the extra £324 is worth paying for the convenience.
I have recently got this and it is great, however the £10 free voucher it a slight con as yes you are getting £10 off but you have to either spend £20 or order 4 boxes of pods to get it off...
On a related note, tesco have several other dolce gusto machines on offer, all around the 27 pound mark. I suspect there be more to come, as tesco are doing a massive change this and next week throughout their small domestic appliance range.
Full price at Tesco Broughton Park
sylv

Just for the hell of it, did a TCO exercise on this, compared to my … Just for the hell of it, did a TCO exercise on this, compared to my existing setup (kettle, hand grinder, and cafetière). Three years at two coffees a day, 300 days a year. Figures rounded. Price of machine ignored. • Present: buying whole beans at £1.85 for 227g (28 8g servings) works out at 7p per cup. 3*2*300*0.07=£126. • Dolce Gusto: buying packs of sixteen pods for £4 works out at 25p per cup. 3*2*300*0.25=£450.Nah, I'll skip this one. Heat added, mind, because it's about the deal, and some people (not me!) will think that the extra £324 is worth paying for the convenience.



You are right, that these pods can be expensive, if you buy the branded ones, but I found non-branded ones which work out at less than 18 pence a pod. So it depends on quality/quantity.
But thanks for the heads up, its nice to know a kinda consumption estimate for the products the company provides.
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