Nespresso Inissia Coffee Machine with Aeroccino by KRUPS in Red £79.95 @ John Lewis
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Nespresso Inissia Coffee Machine with Aeroccino by KRUPS in Red £79.95 @ John Lewis

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Found 27th Nov 2015
Great price for machine & Aeroccino + claim £75 nespresso voucher

3 year guarantee too.
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Should be £75 vouchers with the Aeroccino
£75 not £45
Amazing deal
sooooooo tempted, wife will kill me tho
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Dannybutch

sooooooo tempted, wife will kill me tho


Ha. I already have a machine & aerocchino but was tempted on this for the office. Same thing though, wife would kill me
Edited by: "adamreilly" 27th Nov 2015
adamreilly

Ha. I already have a machine & aerocchino but was tempted on this for the … Ha. I already have a machine & aerocchino but was tempted on this for the office. Same thing though, wife would kill me



How so? After coffee vouchers only costs £4.95
Original Poster
graemeakajimmy

How so? After coffee vouchers only costs £4.95


You have have just given me the excuse to give my Mrs. Ordered it & delivered to work. She never needs to know..
Edited by: "adamreilly" 27th Nov 2015
adamreilly

You have have just given me the excuse to give my Mrs..



​and me, cheers lad
can u use a standard milk frother instead of aerochino? would it taste the same? if i was to get the inissia without the aerochino?


if im into cappuchinos and lattes is this good or the one without aerrochino?

thanks.
kullyxo

can u use a standard milk frother instead of aerochino? would it taste … can u use a standard milk frother instead of aerochino? would it taste the same? if i was to get the inissia without the aerochino?if im into cappuchinos and lattes is this good or the one without aerrochino? thanks.



Buy this, get the £75 vouchers, ebay the Aeroccino for £40ish - and you're in profit!
kullyxo

can u use a standard milk frother instead of aerochino? would it taste … can u use a standard milk frother instead of aerochino? would it taste the same? if i was to get the inissia without the aerochino?if im into cappuchinos and lattes is this good or the one without aerrochino? thanks.



Seriously though. It dispenses coffee in to a cup. What you add thereafter is up to you my friend. Hot frothy milk tastes much the same from any decent milk frother.
Dannybutch

​and me, cheers lad



Indeed. My work is done.
See you all same time next year...............
Thanks!

Ordered.
Great deal! Ordered 2.
Does this come
With any coffee beans ? How much do they cost ? And work out per cup
Thanks
Does anyone know if the credit can be spent in store at the boutiques to buy capsules or if they have to be purchased online to use the credit?
Deleted - wrong info given - sorry!
Edited by: "sham63" 27th Nov 2015
Bloke

Does anyone know if the credit can be spent in store at the boutiques to … Does anyone know if the credit can be spent in store at the boutiques to buy capsules or if they have to be purchased online to use the credit?



​Think you can use the credit in the Nespresso store.

My other half used her credit in the bluewater store.
the £75 credit consists of 3 x £25 vouchers which can only be used per order.

so you need to order 3 times and get £25 off each order to get the full £75 off in vouchers.

i'm guessing their online store sells these capsules at a premium so if your overpaying for the capsules then getting £25 off per order it isn't much of a deal.

wonder how much they charge for delivery etc?

so after spending £80 on this you will need to spend a further 3 x £30-£40 to use up the £25 vouchers.
PsychoSonny

i'm guessing their online store sells these capsules at a premium so if … i'm guessing their online store sells these capsules at a premium so if your overpaying for the capsules then getting £25 off per order it isn't much of a deal..



Genuine branded Nespresso capsules are the same price instore or online - they don't normally discount. The only deal is free postage when ordering over 250 capsules. So the vouchers do represent a saving (especially if you're a Nespresso junkie!)
Bloke

Does anyone know if the credit can be spent in store at the boutiques to … Does anyone know if the credit can be spent in store at the boutiques to buy capsules or if they have to be purchased online to use the credit?


You can use them Instore to buy pods , first time using Instore if you buy a certain amount you can get a free gift ( I got 2 espresso cups and saucers)

My order was 150 pods for £47 minus the £25 credit
Edited by: "mark333" 27th Nov 2015
wakkaday

Does this comeWith any coffee beans ? How much do they cost ? And work … Does this comeWith any coffee beans ? How much do they cost ? And work out per cupThanks


It use nespresso pods, one per cup, apx 30p each for the originals from the Nespresso website/shop. Or buy nespresso pods in supermarkets, Lidl 18p a pod is the cheapest, others are somewhere in between. Pods almost always come in sleeves/packets of 10.
Edited by: "winchman" 27th Nov 2015
sham63

Genuine branded Nespresso capsules are the same price instore or online - … Genuine branded Nespresso capsules are the same price instore or online - they don't normally discount. The only deal is free postage when ordering over 250 capsules. So the vouchers do represent a saving (especially if you're a Nespresso junkie!)




brilliant exactly what i wanted to hear.

are the lidl ones just as good?
PsychoSonny

the £75 credit consists of 3 x £25 vouchers which can only be used per o … the £75 credit consists of 3 x £25 vouchers which can only be used per order.so you need to order 3 times and get £25 off each order to get the full £75 off in vouchers.i'm guessing their online store sells these capsules at a premium so if your overpaying for the capsules then getting £25 off per order it isn't much of a deal.wonder how much they charge for delivery etc?so after spending £80 on this you will need to spend a further 3 x £30-£40 to use up the £25 vouchers.



Well other companies sell Nespresso compatible capsules but im yet to find any I prefer to Nespresso's own. The price isn't too different either so I never really found it worth it. I've had my machine for a few years now and don't use it that often but back then you just had £75 credit to use however you like. I still have quite a few sleeves left but as I say, I don't use it too often.
Echelon

[quote=PsychoSonny] I don't use it too often.



You're lucky - ours is used at least 5 times a day which becomes very expensive!
sham63

You're lucky - ours is used at least 5 times a day which becomes very … You're lucky - ours is used at least 5 times a day which becomes very expensive!



if your using it that much then you would be better off investing in a bean 2 cup machine where it then costs you less than 10p per coffee
PsychoSonny

the £75 credit consists of 3 x £25 vouchers which can only be used per o … the £75 credit consists of 3 x £25 vouchers which can only be used per order.so you need to order 3 times and get £25 off each order to get the full £75 off in vouchers.i'm guessing their online store sells these capsules at a premium so if your overpaying for the capsules then getting £25 off per order it isn't much of a deal.wonder how much they charge for delivery etc?so after spending £80 on this you will need to spend a further 3 x £30-£40 to use up the £25 vouchers.



What on earth are you on about?
They mean that you can only use one GBP25 voucher per transaction and that you cannot stack all three together to get 75 pounds off a spend of, say, 75 pounds.
JL website is DOWN!
emiratesstadium

What on earth are you on about?




you don't get a £75 voucher you get 3 x £25 vouchers and only 1 can be used at a time.

so rather than you getting a £75 voucher and ordering £75 worth of coffee and saying thanks very much you will need to do multiple orders over £25.

so you end up spending more than originally anticipated.
PsychoSonny

you don't get a £75 voucher you get 3 x £25 vouchers and only 1 can be u … you don't get a £75 voucher you get 3 x £25 vouchers and only 1 can be used at a time.so rather than you getting a £75 voucher and ordering £75 worth of coffee and saying thanks very much you will need to do multiple orders over £25.so you end up spending more than originally anticipated.



So you can just order £25 worth 3 times and say thanks very much!
It's better to buy in store if you can but I'm aware there aren't many around; no limit on how many sleeves you can buy then and I have gone in and bought a single sleeve before now.
PsychoSonny

you don't get a £75 voucher you get 3 x £25 vouchers and only 1 can be u … you don't get a £75 voucher you get 3 x £25 vouchers and only 1 can be used at a time.so rather than you getting a £75 voucher and ordering £75 worth of coffee and saying thanks very much you will need to do multiple orders over £25.so you end up spending more than originally anticipated.



You don't have to go over the £25 spend. You can just buy £25 of pods instore 3 times and you get the full £75 without spending a penny more.
emiratesstadium

You don't have to go over the £25 spend. You can just buy £25 of pods i … You don't have to go over the £25 spend. You can just buy £25 of pods instore 3 times and you get the full £75 without spending a penny more.




my nearest store is over an hours drive

i don't think so
Would the price be available in store?
Thanks! Small print does say £75 voucher not £45 (as per OP's post - JL website says £45)
ns2

Thanks! Small print does say £75 voucher not £45 (as per OP's post - JL w … Thanks! Small print does say £75 voucher not £45 (as per OP's post - JL website says £45)



Defo £75. It is £45 for a solo coffee machine, but with the aeroccino it is £75

Edited by: "graemeakajimmy" 27th Nov 2015
Also at the moment there is free delivery on 100 capsules if you order 30 special edition festive ones so anyone looking to get max value out of the vouchers then for £6ish you will get 100 capsules delivered. You can do this three times each time the £25 is added. So it would be 300 capsules for about six pence each then you could consider switching to the cheaper LIDL ones (if you are looking to extract max value and don't stay near a store). They are good, but the nespresso website offers more variety so I tend to switch back and forth.
Edited by: "graemeakajimmy" 27th Nov 2015
chenzz

Would the price be available in store?


Yes, picked one up 10 mins ago.
Fuscia Inissia only is £45 in Watt Brothers for anyone in central scotland / Glasgow - heat for the bundle though, least its possible to get after Amazon's deal (still waiting for mine - nearly 3 weeks now)
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