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Nespresso machine for £1 when you enter into a coffee plan for 24 months at Nespresso
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Nespresso machine for £1 when you enter into a coffee plan for 24 months at Nespresso

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Nespresso machine for £1 when you enter into a coffee plan for 24 months at Nespresso
Posted 7th Aug

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If you regularly order coffee Pod from Nespresso you can claim a coffee machine for £1. The catch is you have to sign up for a 24 month deal. But if like me you regularly buy coffee pods anyway it seems a good deal. You can cancel the deal at anytime but there will be settlement fee to pay, not sure what this is as it's not easy to find in the terms.

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This is how I purchased a machine just before Christmas and it was only for a 12 month period but would not hesitate to sign up again even for the 24 months as you will always be purchasing coffee. Excellent deal Ford those who purchase coffee capsules on a regular basis as its technically a free machine.
Would be a good deal but for the fact that you're tied in to buying capsules from Nespresso at Nespresso prices until their patent expires in 2030. Better to buy an old-style machine for £50 or less, get 100 free capsules worth £30+ plus a month's subscription worth £25, and then be able to buy the excellent (aluminium, genuinely recyclable) capsules from L'Or and Starbucks for around 20p each when on offer.
Arold07/08/2020 09:49

Would be a good deal but for the fact that you're tied in to buying …Would be a good deal but for the fact that you're tied in to buying capsules from Nespresso at Nespresso prices until their patent expires in 2030. Better to buy an old-style machine for £50 or less, get 100 free capsules worth £30+ plus a month's subscription worth £25, and then be able to buy the excellent (aluminium, genuinely recyclable) capsules from L'Or and Starbucks for around 20p each when on offer.


Agreed. This is my approach. However I subscribed for 6 months though with a deal that gives me months 1 and 6 free, which, along with the 10% free credit with every payment brought the cost per capsule down to about 22p (from memory). Once the 6 months is up I'll probably move to L'Or which I've tried and like. I would suggest anyone that is considering this deal to work out the full cost and compare it to alternatives. (Even better, consider a bean to cup machine which will be a lot cheaper in the long run and better quality).
SuffolkLad22207/08/2020 14:00

Agreed. This is my approach. However I subscribed for 6 months though with …Agreed. This is my approach. However I subscribed for 6 months though with a deal that gives me months 1 and 6 free, which, along with the 10% free credit with every payment brought the cost per capsule down to about 22p (from memory). Once the 6 months is up I'll probably move to L'Or which I've tried and like. I would suggest anyone that is considering this deal to work out the full cost and compare it to alternatives. (Even better, consider a bean to cup machine which will be a lot cheaper in the long run and better quality).


Good point. I agree with all off that. And, yes, bean-to-cup generally better, but not necessarily for the environment, oddly enough. According to
wired.co.uk/art…ing
pods are better than filter machines, with traditional espresso machines worst. It isn’t as simple as that, though. Depends on which pods we buy and how we dispose of them, for a start.
Not the best deal.
There was another deal on here where Nespresso were giving out a free VertuoPlus Coffee Machine for an order of any 200 pods.... However that deal has now ended.
Get the old style Nespresso machine
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