NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto Pack of 3 @ Amazon - £9.99 (Prime Account Delivered Cost)
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NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto Pack of 3 @ Amazon - £9.99 (Prime Account Delivered Cost)

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Found 16th Nov 2013
Links to the other variations in the first post.

This is a great deal for those with an Amazon Prime Account and don't want to venture out. If not the recent Asda deal is just as good.

NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto Latte Machiato 16 Capsules, 8 servings (Pack of 3, Total 48 Capsules, 24 servings) only £9.99 delivered.

Links to the other variations in the first post.

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NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto Latte Machiato 16 Capsules, 8 servings (Pack of 3, Total 48 Capsules, 24 servings) - £9.99
http://amazon.co.uk/gp/…OK/

NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto Chococino 16 Capsules, 8 servings (Pack of 3, Total 48 Capsules, 24 servings) - £10.00
http://amazon.co.uk/Dol…QA/

NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto Caffè Americano 16 Capsules (Pack of 3, Total 48 Capsules) - £9.99
http://http://www.amazon.co.uk/NESCAFÉ-Dolce-Gusto-Americano-Capsules/dp/B003U72WY2/

NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto Cafe Lungo 16 Capsules (Pack of 3, Total 48 Capsules) - £9.99
http://http://www.amazon.co.uk/NESCAFÉ-Dolce-Gusto-Lungo-Capsules/dp/B000ODTSW4/

NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto Skinny Cappuccino 16 Capsules, 8 servings (Pack of 3, Total 48 Capsules, 24 Servings ) - £9.99
http://http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nescafâs-Dolce-Gusto-Cappuccino-Capsules/dp/B003U6VDGQ/

Of course if you buy a lot of these, subscriptions with Amazon start at £9.49 making it an even better deal.

Edited by: "consumerway" 16th Nov 2013

This system is an overpriced wasteful way to produce substandard coffee.

I really do not get it.

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This system is an overpriced wasteful way to produce substandard coffee.I … This system is an overpriced wasteful way to produce substandard coffee.I really do not get it.



The coffee tastes fine but pods are expensive. It's a shame other companies havent tried to sell cheaper pods, we're stuck with Nestle...

Costco sell these packs for under £9, but tend to only have Latte Machiato and Cappacccino. And I think the ones that come with milk pods are a double waste of money as you only get 8 drinks rather than 16 and you could use your own milk warmed in the microwave if you wanted to make a latte.


Edited by: "mccririck" 16th Nov 2013

Nestle have almost cornered the market when it comes to pods. Having said that, they are convenient and, cost wise, not so bad if you are an occasional drinker. For families and groups of friends, it is silly money. £4 for 8 coffees at home is expensive. Your cups, your water, your electricity, your washing up. The tightarse method would be a teaspoon of instant coffee in a stirred cup of microwaved milk and you'd find it hard to tell the difference!
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