Nespresso Pixie blue £99 @ John Lewis +  £40 John Lewis vouchers as cash-back
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Nespresso Pixie blue £99 @ John Lewis + £40 John Lewis vouchers as cash-back

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Found 20th Jun 2012
Ok so for the john Lewis sale they have the Nespresso Pixie in blue for £99. All the other colours start from £130. This is a good price for a fantastic machine. Just to add you would also be eligible for £40 in John Lewis vouchers which you receive from Nespresso
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Are the £40 vouchers given with this?
RealDealSeeker

Are the £40 vouchers given with this?

Yes you have to claim them back from Nespresso though and they send them in the post.
nice1
Just thought I'd add you would get a 3 year guarantee included in the price.
Thanks - just ordered one!
For £60 (after the cashback) this is an absolute bargain!
It doesn't look as though the £40 voucher applis to this machine.
Cannot be used in conjunction with any other
Nespresso promotion, offer or discount

Special buy: These offers are available for a limited time only and are exceptional value as we've been able to secure one-off discounts from our suppliers.

I would say that negates the £40 voucher discount. Good price shame the Nespresso club offer has expired as well. Probably better off getting the M100 model which comes with the aerocinno. This model does not seem to have the aerocinno.
Edited by: "newbie1001" 20th Jun 2012
Older model with the Aeroccino for heating/frothing milk at the same price....

johnlewis.com/231…387

Aeroccino's cost £80 alone, so a better offer even though it's the older style machine.
newbie1001

Cannot be used in conjunction with any otherNespresso promotion, offer or … Cannot be used in conjunction with any otherNespresso promotion, offer or discountSpecial buy: These offers are available for a limited time only and are exceptional value as we've been able to secure one-off discounts from our suppliers.I would say that negates the £40 voucher discount. Good price shame the Nespresso club offer has expired as well.

I will add though that I brought this coffee machine when they had the other promotion just recently offering £40 Nespresso credit and I got that. The receipt does not show that it is on special offer.
The price reduction is a John Lewis offer, not a Nespresso promotion so £40 voucher offer should still be valid. Plus there's a link to the offer on this product page which I used to print off the PDF Redemption Form.
Gutted just got mine from JL last wek for £125
Heat added!
Good price. These machines are great, and we use ours daily. However, be aware the capsules are expensive..
Hrm, I'd say the other offers are better. In the past Nespresso has offered £40-70 credit for the Nespresso store depending on what machine you bought. After buying this and getting your £40 JL vouchers you'll still be spending £20-30 in coffee at the Nespresso shop. JL don't sell the capsules you know...
amit1uk

Gutted just got mine from JL last wek for £125 :(Heat added!



If that happens, I just buy a new one and return it with the first receipt.
I happen to researching to get one of this yesterday, wasn't sure to get the pixie or mio lavazza....Are these thing heavy? I want to send one to oz.......
badgerman2

However, be aware the capsules are expensive..



29p to 33p each + water/electricity/wear on the machine, probably comes out under 35p a shot, while more expensive than a bag of ground coffee or beans, its cheaper than the chains and crappy coffee vans. I'd say its a good middle ground for people who want better than freeze dried crap but don't want the hassle of pulling espresso shots themselves.

Also, don't get suckered in by buying from eBay! I see so many people get these machines then buy all their capsules for massively inflated prices. Use Nespresso's own online store: nespresso.com/uk/
corradoboy

Older model with the Aeroccino for heating/frothing milk at the same … Older model with the Aeroccino for heating/frothing milk at the same price....http://www.johnlewis.com/231041345/Product.aspx?source=46387Aeroccino's cost £80 alone, so a better offer even though it's the older style machine.



You're absolutely right - this is a MUCH better deal.
Chirpa2000

You're absolutely right - this is a MUCH better deal.




I just confirmed with Nespresso that that item will still get £40 John Lewis vouchers. So for £60 it's a steal
From what I remember the Pixie range is their "second generation" machine which has a stronger pump, hence the difference in price for the Magimix one.
I'll be getting the Coffeeduck re-useable pods and using freshly ground coffee most of the time, saving the superb Nespresso pods for Sunday best.

shop.coffeeduck.com/en/…tml
Magimix and Krups are the same company, and the Pixie is available under both names.
Nik_Doof

From what I remember the Pixie range is their "second generation" machine … From what I remember the Pixie range is their "second generation" machine which has a stronger pump, hence the difference in price for the Magimix one.



Both come with 3 year warranty. What advantage does a stronger pump give?

This 'weaker pump' one comes with an Aeroccino. It's a no brainer.


Thanks OP for the heads up, but I have gone for the M100.


Someone ought to post the deal for the M100.


Edited by: "Lyrrad" 21st Jun 2012
M100 is a scorching deal! Not so much for the pixie. Heat anyway.
corradoboy

Older model with the Aeroccino for heating/frothing milk at the same … Older model with the Aeroccino for heating/frothing milk at the same price....http://www.johnlewis.com/231041345/Product.aspx?source=46387Aeroccino's cost £80 alone, so a better offer even though it's the older style machine.



Is Aeroccino a seperate module or is part of the machine?
Aeroccino is separate. I personally prefer that.
Thanks, bought the M100 after the recommendations above
Nothing special, only difference is you are getting JLP vouchers instead of Nespresso ones for the same. Disappointing since you can't spend the vouchers on the coffee on this occasion since JLP have no Nespresso boutiques.
what size cup can you fit under the nozzle, the m100 look limited. Also i prefer the look on the pixie. is it worth getting one with pixie and aerocinno?
corradoboy

Older model with the Aeroccino for heating/frothing milk at the same … Older model with the Aeroccino for heating/frothing milk at the same price....http://www.johnlewis.com/231041345/Product.aspx?source=46387Aeroccino's cost £80 alone, so a better offer even though it's the older style machine.



Yes, but that's a Manual whereas this deal is for an auto. It's just a convenience thing I guess, although the manual comes with the Aerocinno...
Also gone for the M100 - thanks for posting.

Also thanks to Corradoboy for the CoffeeDuck tip !!
corradoboy

Aeroccino's cost £80 alone, so a better offer even though it's the older … Aeroccino's cost £80 alone, so a better offer even though it's the older style machine.



Aeroccino's are only £46. Bought one from one of their shops last year.. See the Nespresso website
To confirm the nespresso just does coffee? I know the tassimo does a lot more.

How about this johnlewis.com/230…spx ?
Edited by: "Sammy86" 21st Jun 2012
Anyone know if there is any difference between this model and the Krups model?

Thanks
Any way of using Fairtrade coffee with this? I am very reluctant to buy it if I am tied to Nescafe
jwenban

Any way of using Fairtrade coffee with this? I am very reluctant to buy … Any way of using Fairtrade coffee with this? I am very reluctant to buy it if I am tied to Nescafe



Coffeeduck re-useable pods using fairtrade ground coffee

shop.coffeeduck.com/en/…tml
amit1uk

Gutted just got mine from JL last wek for £125 :(Heat added!



If you bought on Johnlewis.com and its within 28 days then just email them and they will refund the difference
good spot !
I can`t believe the price of the pods, was going to get one until i checked.
Handy little machine, I've been using these one time capsules off Ebay, they work fine with the Pixie. Depends on price of coffee used, including the capsule it works out from about 15p per cup for Taylors to 20p per cup for Illy's.
ebay.co.uk/itm…cmd
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