Nespresso Coffee Magimix Essenza Mini (White) with Aeroccino 3 £89.99 with £60 Nespresso club credit at John Lewis
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Nespresso Coffee Magimix Essenza Mini (White) with Aeroccino 3 £89.99 with £60 Nespresso club credit at John Lewis

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Found 13th Apr
John Lewis currently have the white Essenza Mini nespresso coffee machine with the Aeroccino milk frother for £89.99.

This deal comes with the normal John Lewis 3 year guarantee on coffee machines.

Also this machine is eligible for Nespressos current promotion of £60 Nespresso club credit to use on coffee pods and accessories from nespresso.com.
(nespresso promotion T&Cs)

This makes the machine an equivalent cost of £29.99!

(The red and lime versions of the machine are normal price £119.99)

(The machine without the frother is already £75.99 on the site but only has £40 of club credit - equivalent cost £35.99)
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I should also say, I specifically queried whether the product was part of the Nespresso promotion as the John Lewis website didn't mention it (but currys website did!). This was their response:

Dear Mr XXX


Thank you for your email regarding the £60 club reward offered with Nespresso coffee machines.

Having checked the details of the promotion, it does appear that the Essenza Mini coffee machine does also qualify for the offer, despite out not having listed this on our own website. Please accept my apologies for any confusion caused and I will advise the team who administer our website so that the page can be amended accordingly

While the offer is not for £60 off the purchase price of the machine itself, it does afford you the opportunity to receive £60 off of your next order of coffee from Nespresso Club. You can find full terms and conditions for the offer and a form to submit your claim at:

nespressoukpromotions.com/Tra…=Uk


If we can be of any further assistance, do not hesitate to contact us again.


Yours sincerely,

XXX
JohnLewis.com

Please visit our website at johnlewis.com or contact us at customerservices@johnlewis.com. Alternatively you can telephone us on 03456 049 049, lines are open between 7am and Midnight, 7 days a week, where a customer service representative will be happy to assist you.
They had this promotion about 9 months ago which is when I bought it (bit lower price I think but time machine is broken!). Nice little machine but I don't use the frother as much.
Does the Nespresso club have similar restrictions (i.e. you can only use £10 credit with a min £20 spend) as with the Dolce Gusto web shop?
What's better Dolce Gusto or Nespresso?
7M33R29 m ago

What's better Dolce Gusto or Nespresso?


Nespresso. No contest really.

Dolce Gusto's only real advantage is that a single machine lets you effortlessly make lots of drinks other than just black coffee, so it's slightly more convenient to make cappuccinos, lattes, hot chocolates....

You can still make lattes and cappucinos with nespresso, but you'll need either the additional machine (aeroccino in this case), or a more expensive machine that does it all in one.

Much better drinks though. You can use actual milk (instead of Dolce gusto's powdered milk capsules, which are pretty gross, IMO), and you get to pick which coffee you want, rather than Dolce Gusto's 'coffee is coffee' approach.
Edited by: "Ondancetron" 13th Apr
djbe3 h, 4 m ago

Does the Nespresso club have similar restrictions (i.e. you can only use …Does the Nespresso club have similar restrictions (i.e. you can only use £10 credit with a min £20 spend) as with the Dolce Gusto web shop?


anyone knows the answer please?
djbe3 h, 5 m ago

Does the Nespresso club have similar restrictions (i.e. you can only use …Does the Nespresso club have similar restrictions (i.e. you can only use £10 credit with a min £20 spend) as with the Dolce Gusto web shop?


You are entitled to claim £60 off your next order when you purchase any new Nespresso milk machine or £40 off your next order when you purchase any new Nespresso non-milk machine, between 21st March 2018 and 31st May 2018. Your credit will be applied to your Nespresso Club Member account upon validation of your application. This promotion cannot be used in conjunction with any other Nespresso promotion, offer or discount.


From the T&C from the link above. Dec 2016 i got £75, there was no minimum spend but you got £25 immediately, then £25 after your first order and the last £25 after your second order.
7M33R1 h, 2 m ago

What's better Dolce Gusto or Nespresso?


Nespresso!
Seconded, Nespresso is better. I have access to both and if it's just coffee you want, get nespresso. I have this particular machine but not the frother as that bit had bad reviews. I make Lattes and such by putting the milk in the microwave for a min and then whisking with one of the battery powered frothers. They come out like this, then stir to suit33631960-aDVuH.jpg
Edited by: "JayR123" 13th Apr
I bought the same deal from Argos a couple of weeks ago. If you're new to Nespresso you can also get a free welcome gift if you order one of their 'Discovery' boxes of 150 or 250 capsules. I bought one for £53 using the £60 credit. Can choose from storage cube, espresso/cappuccino glasses and more!
How is this machine compared to the insinnia? And can you get a taller mug in this. It looks a bit small on the pic?
Also this or the Nespresso lattissima
The frother is overpriced junk. Flog it and use the microwave to heat the milk. It should go for £25-30 on ebay, bringing the cost of the machine down. The included coffee basically means a free machine. Good deal all things considered.
Edited by: "aitchem" 13th Apr
I got a Magimix for Christmas (big surprise, love it) but as I didn't have the receipt I can't register it or get any credit
aitchem13 m ago

The frother is overpriced junk. Flog it and use the microwave to heat the …The frother is overpriced junk. Flog it and use the microwave to heat the milk. It should go for £25-30 on ebay, bringing the cost of the machine down. The included coffee basically means a free machine. Good deal all things considered.


I personally disagree with this. I use my frother 3 or 4 times a day, much prefer it to just hot milk. I leave the coiled super frother out tho, and just use the black whizzer instead.
Each to their own but good for people to see both sides.
They do have decent resale value tho
chenzz2 h, 9 m ago

anyone knows the answer please?


I've used this offer and can confirm that there is no minimum spend and provided you order over 200 capsules free delivery.
7M33R3 h, 26 m ago

What's better Dolce Gusto or Nespresso?


Nespresso by a long way. I had a Dolce Gusto before getting a Nespresso and quickly got fed up of powdered milk. Dolce Gusto pods are also more expensive if you want a latte or cappuccino - about 50p per drink, vs 18p for the Nespresso pods I get. That is mainly because you have to buy two pods per drink with Dolce Gusto and the milk pods cost the same as the coffee pods.
Ondancetron3 h, 39 m ago

Nespresso. No contest really.Dolce Gusto's only real advantage is that a …Nespresso. No contest really.Dolce Gusto's only real advantage is that a single machine lets you effortlessly make lots of drinks other than just black coffee, so it's slightly more convenient to make cappuccinos, lattes, hot chocolates....You can still make lattes and cappucinos with nespresso, but you'll need either the additional machine (aeroccino in this case), or a more expensive machine that does it all in one. Much better drinks though. You can use actual milk (instead of Dolce gusto's powdered milk capsules, which are pretty gross, IMO), and you get to pick which coffee you want, rather than Dolce Gusto's 'coffee is coffee' approach.


Hmmm in that case I think I'm gonna wait it out for that Nespresso machine with the built in milk thing to come down in price, should have got it on black Friday - it's always on offer then
I recently signed up to the Nespresso Club subscription. If you’re going to be purchasing pods from Nespresso directly it’s a no brainier in my opinion. This exact machine with Aerrocino for £1 then £25 a month to use on their website to buy pods and accessories.
Edited by: "SDBradfo" 13th Apr
I have two nespresso machines and a aeroccino frother. I also have a frother from lidl. Both machines are great. Nespresso frother has a nicer magnetic spinner that makes cleaning easier. Lidl frother makes better foam but spinner attachment is mechanical. Lidl frother bought for 15 pounds.

I also have two more nespresso that I bought in charity shops. If you are lucky you can find them as low as 10 pounds.
theprofinuk40 m ago

I have two nespresso machines and a aeroccino frother. I also have a …I have two nespresso machines and a aeroccino frother. I also have a frother from lidl. Both machines are great. Nespresso frother has a nicer magnetic spinner that makes cleaning easier. Lidl frother makes better foam but spinner attachment is mechanical. Lidl frother bought for 15 pounds.I also have two more nespresso that I bought in charity shops. If you are lucky you can find them as low as 10 pounds.


I killed my little Nespresso whizzer, it's magnetic and stuck itself to my microwave tray after being washed. Only realised half an hour into jacket potatoes... thankfully my aldi one was still in the cupboard
Edited by: "jenmumof5" 13th Apr
7M33R7 h, 49 m ago

What's better Dolce Gusto or Nespresso?


Nespresso. No contest at all. Dolce Gusto tastes quite artificial. The cafe au lait pods from DG are convenient but basically contain milk powder. And thus have a very odd chemical taste. We have them at work.

Nespresso actually tastes like coffee should. They also provide free bags and postage labels to recycle their pods. DG dont!

On the flip side; you can get DG capsules on Amazon. Nespresso availability is limited to the official online store or their retail boutiques. And the compatible capsules sold by third parties are not great.
Good price but we found ours made coffee that’s too cold and insufficient quantities. Returned and stuck with Dolce Gusto. Take point about milk pods, to be avoided.
Worth adding that a Dolce Gusto with separate dedicated frother ought to still cost less than this
Out of stock..
@argos too
7M33R13th Apr

What's better Dolce Gusto or Nespresso?


Dolce gusts all the way. You can use ordinary milk with this machine too - I warm mine for 30 seconds in he microwave and then use the grande/grandeintensi or preludes capsules. I' a bit of a coffee need having lived in France and Spain but I get my hit every time and they even do a decaf pod - truly wonderful
stjames5614th Apr

Dolce gusts all the way. You can use ordinary milk with this machine too - …Dolce gusts all the way. You can use ordinary milk with this machine too - I warm mine for 30 seconds in he microwave and then use the grande/grandeintensi or preludes capsules. I' a bit of a coffee need having lived in France and Spain but I get my hit every time and they even do a decaf pod - truly wonderful


Nespresso all the way... They also do decaf pods of course.
indyjukebox13th Apr

Nespresso. No contest at all. Dolce Gusto tastes quite artificial. The …Nespresso. No contest at all. Dolce Gusto tastes quite artificial. The cafe au lait pods from DG are convenient but basically contain milk powder. And thus have a very odd chemical taste. We have them at work.Nespresso actually tastes like coffee should. They also provide free bags and postage labels to recycle their pods. DG dont!On the flip side; you can get DG capsules on Amazon. Nespresso availability is limited to the official online store or their retail boutiques. And the compatible capsules sold by third parties are not great.


There are some excellent compatible Nespresso pods on amazon and even in supermarkets - L'OR are brilliant and Gourmesso are also very good.
gregskellorn10 h, 42 m ago

There are some excellent compatible Nespresso pods on amazon and even in …There are some excellent compatible Nespresso pods on amazon and even in supermarkets - L'OR are brilliant and Gourmesso are also very good.


Not sure what you mean by excellent? I have tried many alternatives including the Dualit versions. The vast majority are plastic and crack in the machine. I haven't tried L`OR, but are they aluminium pods? The other issues with plastic is the non-recyclable nature of the pods.
Yes, L'Or are aluminium pods. Not a huge range but £2 for 10 when they are on sale (often) and £3 usually. Cheaper in bulk online. They taste good and even look much better than others. I never had a problem with the plastic ones myself. I have used Cafepod and they work fine.
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