Unfortunately, this deal is no longer valid
SAGE Barista Touch (White) £449 after £150 Cashback @ John Lewis & Partners
285° Expired

SAGE Barista Touch (White) £449 after £150 Cashback @ John Lewis & Partners

81
Posted 19th Apr
This is a great machine retailing at £999 in currys. £849 in full Chrome or £599 for White/Chrome...then with £150 Cashback this a steal @ £449.
Community Updates
Purchase a qualifying Sage Coffee machine from an eligible retailer between April 10th 2019 – May 29th 2019

Complete the claim form by 12th June. Have your VAT receipt and photo of old machine ready. Please note we cannot accept order confirmations as confirmation of purchase, so ensure you ask your retailer for a VAT receipt.

Once your claim has been validated you will be sent within 30 working days your cashback via bank transfer.

Groups

Top comments
Master_Yoda7 m ago

Unless I'm missing something, you have to trade your old machine to get …Unless I'm missing something, you have to trade your old machine to get the cashback, so not really £449 - it's £599...(?)Receive cashback... "when you trade up your old coffee machine for a new Sage Automatic Espresso Machine"

amazon.co.uk/Jud…8-1

£461.99 if you get this and trade in then
81 Comments
Was about to post this. Got mine this morning 🤘
Unless I'm missing something, you have to trade your old machine to get the cashback, so not really £449 - it's £599...(?)

Receive cashback... "when you trade up your old coffee machine for a new Sage Automatic Espresso Machine"
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 19th Apr
Master_Yoda7 m ago

Unless I'm missing something, you have to trade your old machine to get …Unless I'm missing something, you have to trade your old machine to get the cashback, so not really £449 - it's £599...(?)Receive cashback... "when you trade up your old coffee machine for a new Sage Automatic Espresso Machine"

amazon.co.uk/Jud…8-1

£461.99 if you get this and trade in then
Yes, you are missing something. You send a photo of any old coffee machine, you do not need to send said coffee machine to Sage.

4. Trade-Up is defined as disposal of an existing coffee machine and is the user’s responsibility to do so correctly i.e. via donation to charity or disposal at an authorised Recycling Centre.
Edited by: "hecs12345" 19th Apr
Absolutely cracking deal. Just ordered mine. I’ve been waiting to get one of these for months. Thanks for sharing.
Currently got an Esam4200 which we've only had for just over a year but my partner is getting quite serious on coffee (barista courses and the like), would anyone who's owned or used both recommend this as a worthy upgrade or better going for something else? Do you have to tamp yourself with this machine or is there a DIY or auto option like with the milk? Many thanks
dbailey103 m ago

Currently got an Esam4200 which we've only had for just over a year but …Currently got an Esam4200 which we've only had for just over a year but my partner is getting quite serious on coffee (barista courses and the like), would anyone who's owned or used both recommend this as a worthy upgrade or better going for something else? Do you have to tamp yourself with this machine or is there a DIY or auto option like with the milk? Many thanks


This is a manual tamp with auto milk which can be adjusted.
I currently have a fully automatic Delonghi Eletta ECAM44.660.B. Is my machine better than this? Has anyone had both machines? How does the coffee compare? It looks to me like the Oracle Touch is the one comparable to mine and that is a lot more than this.
hecs1234514 m ago

Yes, you are missing something. You send a photo of any old coffee …Yes, you are missing something. You send a photo of any old coffee machine, you do not need to send said coffee machine to Sage.4. Trade-Up is defined as disposal of an existing coffee machine and is the user’s responsibility to do so correctly i.e. via donation to charity or disposal at an authorised Recycling Centre.


Where did you read the photo thing
In their T&C
Been waiting for this to come down to something 'acceptable'. Ordered one but want to see the colour first before I keep it, as I really wanted a stainless steel one.
"Sage reserves the right to alter the terms of this Trade-Up and to amend or remove the Trade-Up offer at any time without prior notice."

"Sage and / or authorised retailers have sole discretion to determine valid Trade-In claims. Additionally, we reserve the right to refuse to accept multiple machines of the same type or stock believed to be sourced from a commercial environment."
Can I still use my Nespresso pods in this whilst my other half uses it for coffee beans?
PageTurner29 s ago

Can I still use my Nespresso pods in this whilst my other half uses it for …Can I still use my Nespresso pods in this whilst my other half uses it for coffee beans?



Not sure if serious....
Hmmm - I always assumed Sage was a premium decent brand cos of their prices. Looking online, I just discovered that Sage is actually Breville. How many people would spend £1800 on a Breville coffee machine? Breville don't put their name on these products as they would obviously sell for nothing. Oh don't you just love the world of marketing.

What would you pay for a Breville Barista Touch?
Let me know if you can make a warm espresso with this
ok, so the john lewis site says: upto 150 - the sage website that it links to says up to 300 but nowhere does it say what you get for what - do i send a pic of my £400 bosch or do i buy a cheapo amazon one above to send a pic of that - id defo not trade in my bosch if i can get same money by spending a little elsewhere?
Edited by: "glancy" 19th Apr
glancy39 m ago

ok, so the john lewis site says: upto 150 - the sage website that it …ok, so the john lewis site says: upto 150 - the sage website that it links to says up to 300 but nowhere does it say what you get for what - do i send a pic of my £400 bosch or do i buy a cheapo amazon one above to send a pic of that - id defo not trade in my bosch if i can get same money by spending a little elsewhere?


£300 cashback is for the Oracle Touch not this one.

The Oracle Touch – £300
The Oracle - £200
The Barista Touch - £150
The Bambino Plus - £50

They can change the terms and conditions however they like, so all of this is meaningless if they want to mess you around
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 19th Apr
Master_Yoda31 m ago

Hmmm - I always assumed Sage was a premium decent brand cos of their …Hmmm - I always assumed Sage was a premium decent brand cos of their prices. Looking online, I just discovered that Sage is actually Breville. How many people would spend £1800 on a Breville coffee machine? Breville don't put their name on these products as they would obviously sell for nothing. Oh don't you just love the world of marketing.What would you pay for a Breville Barista Touch?


The Verdict If you have a larger budget and more experience with at-home brewing, chances are you’ll be better off with a Breville.

On the other hand, if you’re new to the espresso scene or you’re wallet-capacity is a little more modest, you should probably be looking at De’Longhi.

Either way, you’re getting a quality, reliable espresso machine.

roastycoffee.com/bre…hi/
Edited by: "hecs12345" 19th Apr
I had this retuned it espresso mild warm too messy tamping getting right measurement I could never make a decent coffee laate .
Has anybody got one and can validate that the low temperature isn’t actually an issue? I’ve had a couple of Delonghi bean to cup machines and sll have broken, so I am trying to find something long lasting
wakkaday26 m ago

I had this retuned it espresso mild warm too messy tamping getting right …I had this retuned it espresso mild warm too messy tamping getting right measurement I could never make a decent coffee laate .


Some really bad reviews on Amazon including about this problem. People are saying the temperature issue is an inherent fault and that the machine should be recalled. Also saying customer services was terrible.
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 19th Apr
Don't know if it's the same but I got a galaxy watch from John Lewis with the £100 trade in, they didn't want it and weren't interested, I've kept my trade in £5 watch in case they chased it later but never have.
Thanks for this, was looking at this last week for over £800, glad I waited
I've got 2 coffee machines but no receipts (who keeps those !).

I'm assuming I can buy one from Argos, take some pics, then take the argos machine back ?

Cheers
ChrisUK19/04/2019 15:06

I've got 2 coffee machines but no receipts (who keeps those !).I'm …I've got 2 coffee machines but no receipts (who keeps those !).I'm assuming I can buy one from Argos, take some pics, then take the argos machine back ?Cheers


The receipt is for your NEW machine not your old one.....
Master_Yoda1 h, 29 m ago

Hmmm - I always assumed Sage was a premium decent brand cos of their …Hmmm - I always assumed Sage was a premium decent brand cos of their prices. Looking online, I just discovered that Sage is actually Breville. How many people would spend £1800 on a Breville coffee machine? Breville don't put their name on these products as they would obviously sell for nothing. Oh don't you just love the world of marketing.What would you pay for a Breville Barista Touch?


I would because the Breville who make this are a completely seperate company to the one which sells Breville small appliances in the UK and to which you are referring to....
Beautiful machine to use, had mine a couple of weeks. Bit of trial and error getting the settings you want, but once you do 👌
Has anyone owned this for a long time? Looked on YouTube and there are countless people complaining that the machine temperature is faulty (too cold) and that the pump is garbage and quickly fails. Several people have been sent 4+ machines and same problem. Breville seem unable to resolve the problems and are ignoring people. Apparently they claimed it was a firmware fault, but changing the firmware doesn't help.
Hang on... just saw this only has 9 bar pressure(??) - what? 15 bar is standard. Every Delonghi I've owned has had 15 bar. For this price you only get 9 bar? What is that about?
Master_Yoda19/04/2019 17:09

Hang on... just saw this only has 9 bar pressure(??) - what? 15 bar is …Hang on... just saw this only has 9 bar pressure(??) - what? 15 bar is standard. Every Delonghi I've owned has had 15 bar. For this price you only get 9 bar? What is that about?


9 bar is actually what professional machines work at. Higher pressure doesn't produce better quality coffee.
Damouz19/04/2019 17:27

9 bar is actually what professional machines work at. Higher pressure …9 bar is actually what professional machines work at. Higher pressure doesn't produce better quality coffee.


Well, it's funny that their more expensive machines such as the Oracle Touch have 15 bar pressure...
How does white one looks in real?

37497942-Wn7fD.jpg
Master_Yoda19/04/2019 17:28

Well, it's funny that their more expensive machines such as the Oracle …Well, it's funny that their more expensive machines such as the Oracle Touch have 15 bar pressure...


If you don’t like the deal vote cold. You don’t need to comment on every specification of the machine, the woes of maybe not getting Cashback, the pressure system, the temperature etc... it’s a hot deal for the item.
rodman4 m ago

How does white one looks in real?[Image]


I’ll post mine tomorrow when it arrives!
Hdsm8910 m ago

If you don’t like the deal vote cold. You don’t need to comment on every sp …If you don’t like the deal vote cold. You don’t need to comment on every specification of the machine, the woes of maybe not getting Cashback, the pressure system, the temperature etc... it’s a hot deal for the item.


I'm one of the people who ordered one lol hence why I'm so interested in what I've actually bought. I bought it on impulse without knowing much about the machine. I love my coffee and take my coffee seriously. If you think I'm not going to comment or ask lots of questions when I'm spending £600 you must be smoking something. People need to know if this is genuinely a good investment, especially given the price.
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 19th Apr
Master_Yoda4 h, 31 m ago

Unless I'm missing something, you have to trade your old machine to get …Unless I'm missing something, you have to trade your old machine to get the cashback, so not really £449 - it's £599...(?)Receive cashback... "when you trade up your old coffee machine for a new Sage Automatic Espresso Machine"


You don’t actually have to trade anything in! Just submit a cash back claim.
I can't get anything when I select get deal on any hotukdeals. Only a blank page! Any suggestions?
rodman19/04/2019 17:34

How does white one looks in real?[Image]


Yeh Rodman - I was worried about that too. The silver one looks the best IMO.
Hdsm8926 m ago

If you don’t like the deal vote cold. You don’t need to comment on every sp …If you don’t like the deal vote cold. You don’t need to comment on every specification of the machine, the woes of maybe not getting Cashback, the pressure system, the temperature etc... it’s a hot deal for the item.


"hear hear"
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text