Nespresso Pixie, Aeroccino, 150 Capsules and 2 x Cups and Saucers £115.10 Delivered @ Nespresso
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Nespresso Pixie, Aeroccino, 150 Capsules and 2 x Cups and Saucers £115.10 Delivered @ Nespresso

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Found 5th Sep 2016Made hot 5th Sep 2016
Not sure if this has been posted before but did a search and couldn't find it but apologies if it has.

Firstly create an account on the Nespresso site. Then phone Nespresso customer services as you can't add the free glasses online and are only for new customers.

Order the Nespresso Pixie machine, which is on offer for £69. There is a choice of 4 - Electric Red or Electric Titanium (both Krups) or Electric Aluminium or Carmine (both Magimix).

Then ask for the 150 capsule selection pack, I got the milk one which has 14 varieties of coffee. This automatically gives you the Aeroccino worth £50. Then ask them about the free gift as you are a new customer and I was given the choice of either 2 x Espresso cups and saucers or 2 x Capuccino cups and saucers (these should be £14).

The total for this was £115.10, bargain!! There might be a couple of quid difference depending on which capsules you select but my price was for the milk selection.

My machine came the next day and was really suprised at the quality of packaging the capsules and cups came in. I know these machines are available cheaper but for the £15-£20 extra you're getting the capsules and cups. I think the offer is on while 31st October.

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On the website its showing as £69? +Free Aeroccino is the extra for the cups?

Original Poster

sledwich

On the website its showing as £69? +Free Aeroccino is the extra for the … On the website its showing as £69? +Free Aeroccino is the extra for the cups?


You've got to buy 150 capsules to get the free Aeroccino

good find op, heat added

Banned

Thank you.

Got this deal myself over the weekend. Retail stores are also offering special boxes with redeemable codes inside. We bought ours from John Lewis Bristol

I really don't get the appeal of these pod machines. At around 30p per coffee, you soon end up spending way more than you would have by buying a proper espresso machine & ground coffee (and you'd be drinking an inferior drink!)...
Edited by: "horsepills" 5th Sep 2016

horsepills

I really don't get the appeal of these pod machines. At around 30p per … I really don't get the appeal of these pod machines. At around 30p per coffee, you soon end up spending way more than you would have by buying a proper espresso machine & ground coffee (and you'd be drinking an inferior drink!)...


I know what you are saying but in some cases it is the convenience of it.

Siddas

I know what you are saying but in some cases it is the convenience of it.



Yeah I guess that's it - though I'd rather save a bit of cash and have a nicer brew for the sake of a couple minutes inconvenience....

Tempting

horsepills

Yeah I guess that's it - though I'd rather save a bit of cash and have a … Yeah I guess that's it - though I'd rather save a bit of cash and have a nicer brew for the sake of a couple minutes inconvenience....



What machine would you recommend that would be cheaper than this?

Jamjaw

What machine would you recommend that would be cheaper than this?


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I own a dolce gusto, a delonghi espresso, and a breville coffee express, bought my girlfriend a nespresso for xmas the other year and can honestly say the nespresso trumps the lot. Even many baristas hold these in high regard. Bargain. Shame I can't justify another coffee machine haha.

What du have to do to just get the cups? How many capsules du have to buy?

horsepills

I really don't get the appeal of these pod machines. At around 30p per … I really don't get the appeal of these pod machines. At around 30p per coffee, you soon end up spending way more than you would have by buying a proper espresso machine & ground coffee (and you'd be drinking an inferior drink!)...



People don't necessarily buy them as a replacement for a good espresso. Personally, I bought one to replace instant coffee. Takes as long as boiling the kettle to get a better coffee, which does come from a pre-ground freeze dried bean rather than granulated instant muck like a dolce gusto. I still buy a good espresso from an artisan roast cafe.

eatmorefish

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Not comparable (but does make better coffee) - takes longer, makes much more mess and not convinced that using decent coffee is THAT much cheaper....

Heat added Great machine I had one bought me as I love my decent coffee. Top tip lidle do a really good pod the longo for just over a quid for ten.

Jamjaw

What machine would you recommend that would be cheaper than this?



There are loads. For example this de'longhi- but it's not just about the machine, it's about the actual coffee - a bag of Segafredo Intermezzo (similar to Lavazza) costs £1.29 from my local B&M and I get around 30 espressos per bag - so around 4p per coffee as opposed to 30p per coffee for a Nespresso. It's a huge difference over time, and well worth the extra "hassle" imho (by hassle I mean the 3 mins it takes to make a cuppa and clean the nozzle of the machine!).

A lot of people get taken in by the cheap cost and convenience of a pod machine, but they are way more expensive over time (and like I said, the coffee is inferior to ground).
Edited by: "horsepills" 5th Sep 2016

I have to say that after having a Gaggia Classic and burr grinder, a mokka pot, a Delonghi bean to cup, an Illy pod machine and mostly lately a Lavazza pod machine + milk frother, I find the Lavazza makes a delicious cappuccino with least mess and consistently beautifully frothered milk for less than 20p a coffee shot (original Lavazza pods when on offer). It all depends on what you like and how much you want to spend. I think I've found a happy medium (for now).

Jamjaw

Not comparable (but does make better coffee) - takes longer, makes much … Not comparable (but does make better coffee) - takes longer, makes much more mess and not convinced that using decent coffee is THAT much cheaper....



It is and its a lot more environmentally friendly. Dont see what the mess is, try being good and recycling the non nespresso capsules and you will see what mess and pfaff are.

I wasn't convinced by them but I got my partner one for Christmas as she wanted it and it was a good price (£80 for machines, aeroccino and £75 worth of vouchers).

It gets used in our house several times a day and it still doesn't fail to impress, especially the aeroccino. It's obviously not as good as fresh coffee but it's bloody close and it's ridiculously easy to do.

The Aldi capsules are actually fairly decent and work out at about 10p per cup.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/nespresso-pixie-coffee-machine-krups-64-99-john-lewis-2503087

Discussed here but no one actually posted the deal separately. Some good info in there nonetheless about the machine and capsules.

Got mine last week but not had a chance to set it up. Seems like great value though and reviews are generally positive.

The machine also is half price in John Lewis, Currys etc and can be bought from there and registered over the phone with Nespresso to get this deal.
Edited by: "andywalker831" 5th Sep 2016

donslibi

I have to say that after having a Gaggia Classic and burr grinder, a … I have to say that after having a Gaggia Classic and burr grinder, a mokka pot, a Delonghi bean to cup, an Illy pod machine and mostly lately a Lavazza pod machine + milk frother, I find the Lavazza makes a delicious cappuccino with least mess and consistently beautifully frothered milk for less than 20p a coffee shot (original Lavazza pods when on offer). It all depends on what you like and how much you want to spend. I think I've found a happy medium (for now).



I'm after a decent cappuccino - that's very helpful, thank you!

eatmorefish

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bryngreen

I own a dolce gusto, a delonghi espresso, and a breville coffee express, … I own a dolce gusto, a delonghi espresso, and a breville coffee express, bought my girlfriend a nespresso for xmas the other year and can honestly say the nespresso trumps the lot. Even many baristas hold these in high regard. Bargain. Shame I can't justify another coffee machine haha.



Is coffee that good :/??

andywalker831

The machine is half price in John Lewis, Currys etc and can be bought … The machine is half price in John Lewis, Currys etc and can be bought from there and registered over the phone with Nespresso to get this deal.


£64.99 to be precise...I got mine from Very using a £20 code they sent me...so £49

horsepills

I really don't get the appeal of these pod machines. At around 30p per … I really don't get the appeal of these pod machines. At around 30p per coffee, you soon end up spending way more than you would have by buying a proper espresso machine & ground coffee (and you'd be drinking an inferior drink!)...



They're definitely not for me, but I can definitely see why someone would want to just stick a pod in a machine and have a coffee ready 30 seconds later rather than grind coffeee, tamp it, make an espresso, throw away the grinds, wash up everything and flush the machine.

It's worth the effort for me but it's definitely not quick.

Original Poster

Coffee100

What du have to do to just get the cups? How many capsules du have to buy?


If you're a new customer you can get the free cups when you first register on the site, not sure how many capsules you need though as the 150 where specific to get the free Aeroccino with the machine.

tropicocitwo

Is coffee that good :/??



Yes.

tropicocitwo

Is coffee that good :/??


Good enough for the Italians. You don't get the crema, the creamy head as with an espresso machine, but the shot of coffee itself is good.

My Nespresso gives nice crema, I'm surprised if yours doesn't?

For me Nespresso is the convenience, first thing in a morning where SWMBO and myself don't have time to mess about, its pop in pod, press button walk away to finish getting ready etc, nice coffee ready to drink within minutes. When you have kids to get ready for school or just need to get out the door quickly the less hassle the better. Considering the number of people who stop every morning at CostaBucks and pay 10x what even nespresso costs, its a bargain. My machine is probably the one kitchen gadget that would be replaced same day if it broke and was irrepairable.

Does remind me I need to place an order...

I've been through loads of coffee machines. gaggia with conical burr grinder. aeropress, bialletti stovetop (which are all very good). tassimo (awful). but have put them all in the loft. the nespresso is so small easy no grinds everywhere. yes it is expensive compared to grinding your own. but much cheaper than Costa(which is horrible and burned half the time anyway). I can make a lovely cappuccino with 2 button presses and the cleanup is a rinse of the aeroccino. would really recommend, the pixie is a really nice version.

I love Nespresso. Use my Inissia and Aeroccino daily.

Hot deal.

More problem is consuming little bits of aluminium everyday (or am I mistaken?), it can't be good for you surely. What's the best machine for making freshly ground coffee?

Percol now do capsules and they compost within 12 weeks. I've only tried the strongest (from Sainsbury's) and it was good, better than Taylor's not quite as good as nespresso.

Lakeland have this deal on £69.99 for the machine, and get free milk frothed. Free delivery and free c&c

lenglish92

Lakeland have this deal on £69.99 for the machine, and get free milk … Lakeland have this deal on £69.99 for the machine, and get free milk frothed. Free delivery and free c&c




http://www.lakeland.co.uk/16566/Krups-Nespresso%C2%AE-Electric-Red-Pixie-Coffee-Pod-Machine

On the website , it says you need to buy 150 capsules as well

kentc81

http://www.lakeland.co.uk/16566/Krups-Nespresso%C2%AE-Electric-Red-Pixie-Coffee-Pod-MachineOn the website , it says you need to buy 150 capsules as well


Yeah it's the same everywhere but if you don't want the plates and cups and pay the extra you can get the offer for £69.99

lenglish92

Yeah it's the same everywhere but if you don't want the plates and cups … Yeah it's the same everywhere but if you don't want the plates and cups and pay the extra you can get the offer for £69.99




Same price for the machine, but if you want the Aeroccino . You need to buy capsules

i got a nespresso compatible with frothehr fir 30 quid from dias. this was ideal for me i agree 30p a coddee is steep but they're great with a nice crema and im not a barista so its better for me than buying a mote expensive machine.
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