nespresso coffee machine at Amazon for £80.99 (plus get £75 Nespresso credit)
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nespresso coffee machine at Amazon for £80.99 (plus get £75 Nespresso credit)

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Found 13th Nov 2016Made hot 13th Nov 2016
Credit to wattsy66 for previous post hotukdeals.com/tag/dea…779

Now priced @ £80.99 with £75 credit on pods.

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U don't "get" £75 Nespresso credit.. U "recieve upto £75 Nespresso credit" please correct this

omarmahmood

U don't "get" £75 Nespresso credit.. U "recieve upto £75 Nespresso c … U don't "get" £75 Nespresso credit.. U "recieve upto £75 Nespresso credit" please correct this



​With the Aeroccino3 you will receive £75 worth of vouchers

omarmahmood

U don't "get" £75 Nespresso credit.. U "recieve upto £75 Nespresso c … U don't "get" £75 Nespresso credit.. U "recieve upto £75 Nespresso credit" please correct this



No need to correct for this deal as an Aeroccino3 milk frother is included. The reason for the words up to in the promotion is to cover the models without the frother where a credit of £45 applies.

However, please note that the credit is applied as 3 lots of £25 against the first 3 orders.
Edited by: "stephenashforth" 13th Nov 2016

Great price, but if you are anything like me you will end up buying a real espresso machine 6 months later.

Great offer, did this last year and thinking of doing again for the £75 credit and just gift the machine to someone this xmas.

Got this for £50 with a £60 voucher at Amazon black Friday maybe 2-3 years ago. Maybe they'll do the same again.

Dayksa

Great price, but if you are anything like me you will end up buying a … Great price, but if you are anything like me you will end up buying a real espresso machine 6 months later.



I actually went the other way round. Real espresso machines can be quite a lot of hassle for your morning coffee before work...

Be careful with this deal offer. Previous years they offered £75 worth of free credit and not 3 x £25 off an order. You have to buy 200 capsules to get free delivery or pay £3.95 each time. This works out at nearly £60 for an average of 200 caps. They also only allow orders of 50 each time so you buy 50 or 100 etc, etc. To max the offer buy 200 caps, free delivery but you will need to pay between £35 - £40 in cash. Free next day delivery offer on but expires Nov 13th, don't think you will get your machine by that date.
Edited by: "cocobay71" 13th Nov 2016

Had my nesspresro for a while now.. looking to get proper machine.. just not good enough coffee from it imo

cocobay71

Be careful with this deal offer. Previous years they offered £75 worth of … Be careful with this deal offer. Previous years they offered £75 worth of free credit and not 3 x £25 off an order. You have to buy 200 capsules to get free delivery or pay £3.95 each time. This works out at nearly £60 for an average of 200 caps. They also only allow orders of 50 each time so you buy 50 or 100 etc, etc. To max the offer buy 200 caps, free delivery but you will need to pay between £35 - £40 in cash. Free next day delivery offer on but expires Nov 13th, don't think you will get your machine by that date.



But credit rolls over and you can buy in store if you're near a (admittedly very rare) nespresso store / selfridges.

cocobay71

Be careful with this deal offer. Previous years they offered £75 worth of … Be careful with this deal offer. Previous years they offered £75 worth of free credit and not 3 x £25 off an order. You have to buy 200 capsules to get free delivery or pay £3.95 each time. This works out at nearly £60 for an average of 200 caps. They also only allow orders of 50 each time so you buy 50 or 100 etc, etc. To max the offer buy 200 caps, free delivery but you will need to pay between £35 - £40 in cash. Free next day delivery offer on but expires Nov 13th, don't think you will get your machine by that date.



You can use the credit in store as well.

Not many nespresso stores around, lucky if you have one nearby as free C&C. Otherwise, So you use £15+ of your first credit and pay £3.95 postage. So left with just over £5.00. Then you have £30 credit but still need to pay nearly £60 for free delivery? By the time youve made three deliveries you have spent nearly £12 on delivery charges. Wait for a black Friday deal which last year had a full £75 credit for pods instead of 3 x £25 credits.

So regret buying a Tassimo for both home and work, I should have gone for Nespressor as their is more variety and you can use proper milk not powder UHT.

Very occasionally they do free delivery on 100 capsules, just have to keep your eyes peeled.

donslibi

I actually went the other way round. Real espresso machines can be quite … I actually went the other way round. Real espresso machines can be quite a lot of hassle for your morning coffee before work...



Ditto

cocobay71

Not many nespresso stores around, lucky if you have one nearby as free … Not many nespresso stores around, lucky if you have one nearby as free C&C. Otherwise, So you use £15+ of your first credit and pay £3.95 postage. So left with just over £5.00. Then you have £30 credit but still need to pay nearly £60 for free delivery? By the time youve made three deliveries you have spent nearly £12 on delivery charges. Wait for a black Friday deal which last year had a full £75 credit for pods instead of 3 x £25 credits.



Or wait until Black Friday when the price of the machine has increased by £12. (Not saying it will, just saying you're worried about three delivery charges when the price of the machine is significantly more)

lending900

Had my nesspresro for a while now.. looking to get proper machine.. just … Had my nesspresro for a while now.. looking to get proper machine.. just not good enough coffee from it imo



Nespresso is the best you'll get if you don't want the mess and faff. Plus varieties for different tastes in the household (even with just two of us there are about 5 different capsules we use regularly)

Its ok if you are new to coffee, else you have a REAL coffee machine.

donslibi

I actually went the other way round. Real espresso machines can be quite … I actually went the other way round. Real espresso machines can be quite a lot of hassle for your morning coffee before work...


I have a Gaggia Classic I picked up second hand reconditioned for less than one of these and an Iberital MC2 grinder that I just pop the portafilter under, it fills up with the correct amount of fresh ground coffee, and then I tamp it, put it in the machine, and boom an espresso is done. What kind of process did you have going to make it a hassle?

a2tmfk

Its ok if you are new to coffee, else you have a REAL coffee machine.



​REAL snob

a2tmfk

Its ok if you are new to coffee, else you have a REAL coffee machine.



​REAL snob

Amazon are just price matching Currys who have an extra 10% off code offer ending on Monday so this price will go back up then.
Edited by: "Rebellion" 14th Nov 2016

JustExtreme

I have a Gaggia Classic I picked up second hand reconditioned for less … I have a Gaggia Classic I picked up second hand reconditioned for less than one of these and an Iberital MC2 grinder that I just pop the portafilter under, it fills up with the correct amount of fresh ground coffee, and then I tamp it, put it in the machine, and boom an espresso is done. What kind of process did you have going to make it a hassle?



I had the same espresso machine but a different grinder. I'm not going to write out the entire process but you oversimplified it. If it works for you that's great. You get to enjoy a better coffee. Some of us like less hassle / don't have time / space / luxury of being that noisy in the morning / etc.

An aeropress and a coffee grinder makes better tasting coffee. Cheaper and better.

If I did this deal last year on a Latissa Pro will I still get another £75 in vouchers for buying this one with an already established nespresso rewards account?

I have been holding out fotr a while for the Citiz version with the stand by nearly really drops below £170. And for a stand an extra £60 - it just doesn't seem worth it any more ...

They have it in black with Currys for £86 and £75 vouchers. I'm from Leeds so the new John Lewis Complex has a Nespresso store near by. Can I buy this from Currys and walk down there and use my vouchers? Or do I need to register online and what not?

Thanks

BarrattsMini

I have been holding out fotr a while for the Citiz version with the stand … I have been holding out fotr a while for the Citiz version with the stand by nearly really drops below £170. And for a stand an extra £60 - it just doesn't seem worth it any more ...They have it in black with Currys for £86 and £75 vouchers. I'm from Leeds so the new John Lewis Complex has a Nespresso store near by. Can I buy this from Currys and walk down there and use my vouchers? Or do I need to register online and what not?Thanks



After you have bought the machine, you need to first join the nespresso club online or over the phone and they will authorise your credit once you have qualified your machine for the promotion by filling in a form with the serial numbers.
Once setup you can visit the store with your membership number.
I don't think you can instantly get the 3 x £25 credit.
Read the promotion details on the nespresso website.
Edited by: "Rebellion" 14th Nov 2016

If you're going for a capsule machine...

Lavazza A Modo Mio > Nespresso > Tassimo / Dulce Gusto

wheredoes it say you will get £75 of credit?

donslibi

I had the same espresso machine but a different grinder. I'm not going to … I had the same espresso machine but a different grinder. I'm not going to write out the entire process but you oversimplified it. If it works for you that's great. You get to enjoy a better coffee. Some of us like less hassle / don't have time / space / luxury of being that noisy in the morning / etc.


Agreed, and to add to that as I only have 1 or 2 coffee's a day I also found my bag of fresh coffee beans weren't so fresh 2 weeks down the line.
Edited by: "paulj48" 14th Nov 2016

Dayksa

Great price, but if you are anything like me you will end up buying a … Great price, but if you are anything like me you will end up buying a real espresso machine 6 months later.


Thankfully i'm nothing like you and still have mine 3 years later....

a2tmfk

Its ok if you are new to coffee, else you have a REAL coffee machine.



Right.
New to coffee
lol

I use a Dolce Gusto (the cousin of your Dulce Gusto).

Very convenient and 3 boxes for £10 from ASDA
Good availability elsewhere.

I tried Tassimo (didn't like the coffee) and avoided Lavazza as their pods aren't widely available.

Stud

If you're going for a capsule machine...Lavazza A Modo Mio Nespresso … If you're going for a capsule machine...Lavazza A Modo Mio > Nespresso > Tassimo / Dulce Gusto


Lavazza are very widely available. John Lewis stock almost all (over a dozen varieties) and of course there is Amazon, where everything is available

Are these the old aeroccino? I understand the new ones can go in the dishwasher?

vijay1234

Are these the old aeroccino? I understand the new ones can go in the … Are these the old aeroccino? I understand the new ones can go in the dishwasher?


yes, these are version 3, the new one v4 can go in the dishwasher but are only available bought separately and are not bundled with any machine.

hustla

If I did this deal last year on a Latissa Pro will I still get another … If I did this deal last year on a Latissa Pro will I still get another £75 in vouchers for buying this one with an already established nespresso rewards account?


yes I've had about 6 machines, but if you buy two now on the current promotion you will only get £25 on the 2nd purchase.

paulj48

yes, these are version 3, the new one v4 can go in the dishwasher but are … yes, these are version 3, the new one v4 can go in the dishwasher but are only available bought separately and are not bundled with any machine.


froth milk, immediately pour into your drink, rinse, dribble a bit of washing up liquid in and some water, run (as in the same way you heat/froth milk) and rinse. cleans up nicely in no time (1 min max if you exclude the time it's running when you're drinking the coffee you just made!).


How do you claim the £75 ? any links or something ?

Sid Harper

froth milk, immediately pour into your drink, rinse, dribble a bit of … froth milk, immediately pour into your drink, rinse, dribble a bit of washing up liquid in and some water, run (as in the same way you heat/froth milk) and rinse. cleans up nicely in no time (1 min max if you exclude the time it's running when you're drinking the coffee you just made!).


and why are you telling me how to wash the aeroccino?
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