Nespresso Essenza Mini Intense Coffee Machine by KRUPS with Aeroccino. Eligible for £75 worth of free coffee. John Lewis for £99
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Nespresso Essenza Mini Intense Coffee Machine by KRUPS with Aeroccino. Eligible for £75 worth of free coffee. John Lewis for £99

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Found 4th Nov
Nespresso Essenza Mini Intense Coffee Machine by KRUPS with Aeroccino Milk Frother, Grey

£99 at John Lewis.
£75 worth of coffee from nespresso in three £25 payments.

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I've already got a Nespresso machine, wish I could just but the Aeroccino for £25

nice one, HEAT!

Original Poster

Wychcraft17 m ago

I've already got a Nespresso machine, wish I could just but the Aeroccino …I've already got a Nespresso machine, wish I could just but the Aeroccino for £25


I’ve already got one and the milk frother. But I still buy a new one each year to get the coffee. Just sell the machine. You could just buy this deal and sell the coffee machine? (Or sell your old machine).
Works out well as long as you need the coffee.

The promotion says "up to £75". Does it actually pay out £75?

ec9wrr11 m ago

I’ve already got one and the milk frother. But I still buy a new one each y …I’ve already got one and the milk frother. But I still buy a new one each year to get the coffee. Just sell the machine. You could just buy this deal and sell the coffee machine? (Or sell your old machine). Works out well as long as you need the coffee.


Think I might. Didn't want to go through the mither of selling the machine but it is worth doing from a price point. Ah well, here we go........

Original Poster

Predikuesi49 m ago

The promotion says "up to £75". Does it actually pay out £75?


It’s £45 if you buy a coffee machine. £75 if you buy a machine with milk frother. So in this case £75. I think John Lewis have just used the same promotional text on all machines. It's a bit misleading.

Is this machine any good? Does it actually make full size mugs?

back in stock. fill your boots.

Wychcraft2 h, 25 m ago

I've already got a Nespresso machine, wish I could just but the Aeroccino …I've already got a Nespresso machine, wish I could just but the Aeroccino for £25

I'll sell you mine for £25 plus postage. Just ordered this. Don't use milk.

I have a tassimo one which is getting quite old now. Is Nespresso coffee better/worse? Or no noticable difference.

[quote=1982john]I have a tassimo one which is getting quite old now. Is Nespresso coffee better/worse? Or no noticable difference.[/quote]

I have a Tassimo that's not been used for a couple years now. Tried Nespresso in their stores and it beats Tassimo by a mile. Keep trying to decide whether to buy one or a bean to cup but not pulled the trigger on either.

themallrat21 m ago

[quote=1982john]I have a tassimo one which is getting quite old now. Is …[quote=1982john]I have a tassimo one which is getting quite old now. Is Nespresso coffee better/worse? Or no noticable difference.[/quote] I have a Tassimo that's not been used for a couple years now. Tried Nespresso in their stores and it beats Tassimo by a mile. Keep trying to decide whether to buy one or a bean to cup but not pulled the trigger on either.


I agree Nespresso is much better than Tassimo.

I have also been torn between Nespresso and bean to cup. In the end ive gone for Nespresso as although the pods seem expensive, you have to spend about £200 more for a decent bean to cup machine which is equivalent to about 600 pods! The bean to cup machines also take more cleaning and maintenance. Unless youre going to drink looooads of coffee, Id go Nespresso based on cost and ease of use
Edited by: "Garlicbread22" 4th Nov

I've wanted to get one of these pod machines but always worried about how much the pods would cost. Would you say this the best of all of the different brands? Tempted...:)

As for bean to cup machines being pricey, could I just buy a grinder and then use the resulting powder in a filter machine?

themallrat4 h, 25 m ago

[quote=1982john]I have a tassimo one which is getting quite old now. Is …[quote=1982john]I have a tassimo one which is getting quite old now. Is Nespresso coffee better/worse? Or no noticable difference.[/quote] I have a Tassimo that's not been used for a couple years now. Tried Nespresso in their stores and it beats Tassimo by a mile. Keep trying to decide whether to buy one or a bean to cup but not pulled the trigger on either.


Tassimo and Nespresso both make so-so coffee. Nothing special about either of them for my taste, they are just for convenience really.

Out of stock

markymark344th Nov

I'll sell you mine for £25 plus postage. Just ordered this. Don't use milk.


Thanks for the offer, but I've ordered one now.

Predikuesi4th Nov

The promotion says "up to £75". Does it actually pay out £75?


Yes, but as three lots of £25 so you have to make three separate purchases of coffee as the next £25 of credit appears a few days after you spent the previous one. That is OK if you buy from one of the Nespresso shops, but if you order online unless you order 200 capsules you have to pay the postage.

The credit expires on 31st July 2018 and they won't remind you. Also you only get the credit on one machine.
Edited by: "Altarf" 12th Nov
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