Tassimo Fidelia Bundle - includes machine - £53 @ Tassimo
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Tassimo Fidelia Bundle - includes machine - £53 @ Tassimo

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Found 4th Apr 2017
12 packs of pods for £53, in itself is a fairly decent price, free delivery in this bundle, however, you also get the machine free with it!
Contents
1 x Fidelia Brewer
1 x Tassimo L’Or Delizioso
2 x L'OR Latte Macchiato
1 x L'OR Classique XL
1 x Costa Caramel Latte
1 x Costa Latte
1 x Costa Cappuccino
1 x Kenco Americano Grande
1 x Kenco Americano Smooth
1 x Tassimo Kenco Colombian
1 x Morning Cafe
1 x English Breakfast Tea

Check for any TCB also
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MrBrightside1987

Looks like a bargain but how does it compare to the Inissia which seems … Looks like a bargain but how does it compare to the Inissia which seems to be rated pretty highly on here. Is there much difference?



I've got both the Tassmio Fidelia and the Nespresso Inissia.
Initially bought the Tassimo because it was a lot cheaper - it makes decent black coffee but avoid the lattes and cappuccinos - the milk cartridges contain sickly, oversweetened UHT milk which is deeply unpleasant.
It can be friustrating because there's only a limited range of coffees avaialbe on the high street and Tassimo charge postage (there used to be a lot of discount codes for their website but these seem to have dried up recently).
This package seems a decent price, but bear in mind you may not appreciate all the drinks that come with it - the latte/cappiccinos only give you 8 drinks per pack because you need one coffee capsule and one milk capsule per drink (I ended up throwing away the milk capsules and just using the coffee). One of the packs is for tea, which seems pointless - just use a kettle and some tea!

I bought the Nespresso while it was on offer (like the Tassimo it came with so much coffee that it was effectively free) because the drinks seem to be more widely available (the patent on the Nespresso capsule has now expired so other manuracturers make compatible ones) and generally cheaper (you can often pick up a 10 ack for £2 on offer). However, I find the own brand ones pretty poor (I like strong coffee and none of them seem to be very strong). Nestle's own are excellent but only available online (more postage to pay) or in their own shops (my nearest branch is 50 miles away).

Both machines make decent black coffee once you've found a capsule you like.
So it comes down to how you prefer to drink your coffee...
The Nespresso will only make a small coffee (espresso or lungo), the Tassimo makes bigger coffees and it's easy to add extra hot water for an Americano (you can get espresso capsules for the Tassimo but only online and there are only 2 types to choose from). So for espresso I'd go for the Nespresso machine. For bigger black coffees the Tassimo is probalby better.
If you like cappuccino or latte, get the Nespresso machine with an Aeroccino - it heats and froths fresh milk in about a miniute and is easy to use and clean after. Unless you like syrupy coffee in which case you might be OK with the Tassimo (you'll pay more for their capsules of UHT milk but they're easy to store). It's worth waiting for Nespresso to do their vouchers offer (you should be able to get an Inissia with Aeroccino for £70 and claim £75 in coffee vouchers from Nestle).

Both my machines are in the staff-room at work. I rarely use the Tassimo any more - but that's because I like steamed milk and no sugar in my coffee.
At home I wouldn't have either - it's cheaper to buy ground coffee and it doesn't involve throwing away a lot of plastic capsules (Nestle's own brand capsules for the Nespresso are the only ones that are reasonably easy to recycle) but at work convenience wins.
This is the direct link to the newsletter that will email you pretty much instantly a 10% off code, this will bring the cost down from £53 to £47.70.

https://www.tassimo.co.uk/newsletter-registration/s-5185/?

I tried the descaling promo too but that didnt work with the 10% off code.

Also did TCB at 6.9% so will have to wait and see if that come through.

Just got an mail from TCB showing a pending transaction of £3.65, so this would make it £43.85
Edited by: "VJ_UK" 4th Apr 2017
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Fantastic deal.
heat great deal
Boiling hot!
This is amazing can't believe I just got one from tesco gutted
Wow fab price! Thanks for sharing op
Good machine too. Mine is still going strong after 4 years with a descale every 4 months or so. Used every morning.
Edited by: "jp1843" 4th Apr 2017
Where did you find the survey op?
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thebigi

Where did you find the survey op?


It was from a purchase I made a few weeks ago, complete and get 25% off next order.
Don't forget Topcashback 6.9% too.
Looks like a bargain but how does it compare to the Inissia which seems to be rated pretty highly on here. Is there much difference?
Edited by: "MrBrightside1987" 4th Apr 2017
I signed up to their newsletter before purchasing and got a 10% off discount code emailed within seconds! May prevent 6% cashback from quidco/tcb being honoured.
redandwhiteliz

It was from a purchase I made a few weeks ago, complete and get 25% off … It was from a purchase I made a few weeks ago, complete and get 25% off next order.



Did it take long for the survey to come through?
Original Poster
thebigi

Did it take long for the survey to come through?


Was about a week, but this offer, subject to stock, going until next month.
Plus I think if you get this - then register the machine - you then get a further 2 x £10 vouchers off further orders
I got a machine ages ago from a costa promotion for £30. does anyone know if they run those promo's anymore?
Hi, I've not used the Tassimo system before. I see the packs that come with this have 16x or 8x written on them. Are they the number of drinks you get out of that pack? (or the number of pods, as I see some drinks need 2 pods to make them)
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Evilmonkey

Hi, I've not used the Tassimo system before. I see the packs that come … Hi, I've not used the Tassimo system before. I see the packs that come with this have 16x or 8x written on them. Are they the number of drinks you get out of that pack? (or the number of pods, as I see some drinks need 2 pods to make them)


Number of drinks, some like latte etc. req a creamer pod, packs of 16 pods is standard, but only 8 servings in this instance.
Love my Tassimo but pod supermarket prices creeping up. Best btrakfast value is American Grande but I am also partial to new L'Or range. This is very good deal if you want to.sample whole range.
Good price for it all. Quick and convenient-however, drinks are still mostly rubbish.
Original Poster
With the first £10 off voucher, I managed to get over 100 servings for £25, free delivery and an extra pack thrown in for free. Depends on how savvy you are when shopping around. Also, if you have a Costco membership, (and storage space as sell in bulk) they sell at a quite reasonable price. Latest on their website works out at 27p per serving.
MrBrightside1987

Looks like a bargain but how does it compare to the Inissia which seems … Looks like a bargain but how does it compare to the Inissia which seems to be rated pretty highly on here. Is there much difference?



I've got both the Tassmio Fidelia and the Nespresso Inissia.
Initially bought the Tassimo because it was a lot cheaper - it makes decent black coffee but avoid the lattes and cappuccinos - the milk cartridges contain sickly, oversweetened UHT milk which is deeply unpleasant.
It can be friustrating because there's only a limited range of coffees avaialbe on the high street and Tassimo charge postage (there used to be a lot of discount codes for their website but these seem to have dried up recently).
This package seems a decent price, but bear in mind you may not appreciate all the drinks that come with it - the latte/cappiccinos only give you 8 drinks per pack because you need one coffee capsule and one milk capsule per drink (I ended up throwing away the milk capsules and just using the coffee). One of the packs is for tea, which seems pointless - just use a kettle and some tea!

I bought the Nespresso while it was on offer (like the Tassimo it came with so much coffee that it was effectively free) because the drinks seem to be more widely available (the patent on the Nespresso capsule has now expired so other manuracturers make compatible ones) and generally cheaper (you can often pick up a 10 ack for £2 on offer). However, I find the own brand ones pretty poor (I like strong coffee and none of them seem to be very strong). Nestle's own are excellent but only available online (more postage to pay) or in their own shops (my nearest branch is 50 miles away).

Both machines make decent black coffee once you've found a capsule you like.
So it comes down to how you prefer to drink your coffee...
The Nespresso will only make a small coffee (espresso or lungo), the Tassimo makes bigger coffees and it's easy to add extra hot water for an Americano (you can get espresso capsules for the Tassimo but only online and there are only 2 types to choose from). So for espresso I'd go for the Nespresso machine. For bigger black coffees the Tassimo is probalby better.
If you like cappuccino or latte, get the Nespresso machine with an Aeroccino - it heats and froths fresh milk in about a miniute and is easy to use and clean after. Unless you like syrupy coffee in which case you might be OK with the Tassimo (you'll pay more for their capsules of UHT milk but they're easy to store). It's worth waiting for Nespresso to do their vouchers offer (you should be able to get an Inissia with Aeroccino for £70 and claim £75 in coffee vouchers from Nestle).

Both my machines are in the staff-room at work. I rarely use the Tassimo any more - but that's because I like steamed milk and no sugar in my coffee.
At home I wouldn't have either - it's cheaper to buy ground coffee and it doesn't involve throwing away a lot of plastic capsules (Nestle's own brand capsules for the Nespresso are the only ones that are reasonably easy to recycle) but at work convenience wins.

Wow - you know your coffee x lol

ArthurDent1

I've got both the Tassmio Fidelia and the Nespresso Inissia.Initially … I've got both the Tassmio Fidelia and the Nespresso Inissia.Initially bought the Tassimo because it was a lot cheaper - it makes decent black coffee but avoid the lattes and cappuccinos - the milk cartridges contain sickly, oversweetened UHT milk which is deeply unpleasant.It can be friustrating because there's only a limited range of coffees avaialbe on the high street and Tassimo charge postage (there used to be a lot of discount codes for their website but these seem to have dried up recently).This package seems a decent price, but bear in mind you may not appreciate all the drinks that come with it - the latte/cappiccinos only give you 8 drinks per pack because you need one coffee capsule and one milk capsule per drink (I ended up throwing away the milk capsules and just using the coffee). One of the packs is for tea, which seems pointless - just use a kettle and some tea!I bought the Nespresso while it was on offer (like the Tassimo it came with so much coffee that it was effectively free) because the drinks seem to be more widely available (the patent on the Nespresso capsule has now expired so other manuracturers make compatible ones) and generally cheaper (you can often pick up a 10 ack for £2 on offer). However, I find the own brand ones pretty poor (I like strong coffee and none of them seem to be very strong). Nestle's own are excellent but only available online (more postage to pay) or in their own shops (my nearest branch is 50 miles away).Both machines make decent black coffee once you've found a capsule you like.So it comes down to how you prefer to drink your coffee...The Nespresso will only make a small coffee (espresso or lungo), the Tassimo makes bigger coffees and it's easy to add extra hot water for an Americano (you can get espresso capsules for the Tassimo but only online and there are only 2 types to choose from). So for espresso I'd go for the Nespresso machine. For bigger black coffees the Tassimo is probalby better.If you like cappuccino or latte, get the Nespresso machine with an Aeroccino - it heats and froths fresh milk in about a miniute and is easy to use and clean after. Unless you like syrupy coffee in which case you might be OK with the Tassimo (you'll pay more for their capsules of UHT milk but they're easy to store). It's worth waiting for Nespresso to do their vouchers offer (you should be able to get an Inissia with Aeroccino for £70 and claim £75 in coffee vouchers from Nestle).Both my machines are in the staff-room at work. I rarely use the Tassimo any more - but that's because I like steamed milk and no sugar in my coffee.At home I wouldn't have either - it's cheaper to buy ground coffee and it doesn't involve throwing away a lot of plastic capsules (Nestle's own brand capsules for the Nespresso are the only ones that are reasonably easy to recycle) but at work convenience wins.


ArthurDent1

I've got both the Tassmio Fidelia and the Nespresso Inissia.Initially … I've got both the Tassmio Fidelia and the Nespresso Inissia.Initially bought the Tassimo because it was a lot cheaper - it makes decent black coffee but avoid the lattes and cappuccinos - the milk cartridges contain sickly, oversweetened UHT milk which is deeply unpleasant.It can be friustrating because there's only a limited range of coffees avaialbe on the high street and Tassimo charge postage (there used to be a lot of discount codes for their website but these seem to have dried up recently).This package seems a decent price, but bear in mind you may not appreciate all the drinks that come with it - the latte/cappiccinos only give you 8 drinks per pack because you need one coffee capsule and one milk capsule per drink (I ended up throwing away the milk capsules and just using the coffee). One of the packs is for tea, which seems pointless - just use a kettle and some tea!I bought the Nespresso while it was on offer (like the Tassimo it came with so much coffee that it was effectively free) because the drinks seem to be more widely available (the patent on the Nespresso capsule has now expired so other manuracturers make compatible ones) and generally cheaper (you can often pick up a 10 ack for £2 on offer). However, I find the own brand ones pretty poor (I like strong coffee and none of them seem to be very strong). Nestle's own are excellent but only available online (more postage to pay) or in their own shops (my nearest branch is 50 miles away).Both machines make decent black coffee once you've found a capsule you like.So it comes down to how you prefer to drink your coffee...The Nespresso will only make a small coffee (espresso or lungo), the Tassimo makes bigger coffees and it's easy to add extra hot water for an Americano (you can get espresso capsules for the Tassimo but only online and there are only 2 types to choose from). So for espresso I'd go for the Nespresso machine. For bigger black coffees the Tassimo is probalby better.If you like cappuccino or latte, get the Nespresso machine with an Aeroccino - it heats and froths fresh milk in about a miniute and is easy to use and clean after. Unless you like syrupy coffee in which case you might be OK with the Tassimo (you'll pay more for their capsules of UHT milk but they're easy to store). It's worth waiting for Nespresso to do their vouchers offer (you should be able to get an Inissia with Aeroccino for £70 and claim £75 in coffee vouchers from Nestle).Both my machines are in the staff-room at work. I rarely use the Tassimo any more - but that's because I like steamed milk and no sugar in my coffee.At home I wouldn't have either - it's cheaper to buy ground coffee and it doesn't involve throwing away a lot of plastic capsules (Nestle's own brand capsules for the Nespresso are the only ones that are reasonably easy to recycle) but at work convenience wins.


couldn't disagree more! Had a Nespresso Pixie, and found it appalling compared to tassimo. I was rather shocked!

The coffee probably tastes better from a pixie, especially the nespresso branded coffee but it made such a tiny size it was hardly worth it. Not only does it make a tiny size, it was lukewarm too. (google this, it isn't uncommon) add milk to your coffee from the fridge and it was not really a drinkable temperature. Nespresso say you should preheat the cups, or fill them with hot water first (reminds me of apple's "you're holding the phone wrong" fiasco from years ago).
Tassimo comes out hot a least, and I find the standard Americano style coffee pods totally fine, even fine once milk is added. Plus, tassimo often are available at £15 on amazon for 80 pods. Currently this price now. I think these deals are very reasonable working out less than 20p a cup.

So I Had the tassimo first, retired it for the nespresso, then returned to the tassimo after the nespresso disappointment
Edited by: "spongebob1913" 4th Apr 2017
spongebob1913

couldn't disagree more! Had a Nespresso Pixie, and found it appalling … couldn't disagree more! Had a Nespresso Pixie, and found it appalling compared to tassimo. I was rather shocked!The coffee probably tastes better from a pixie, especially the nespresso branded coffee but it made such a tiny size it was hardly worth it. Not only does it make a tiny size, it was lukewarm too. (google this, it isn't uncommon) add milk to your coffee from the fridge and it was not really a drinkable temperature. Nespresso say you should preheat the cups, or fill them with hot water first (reminds me of apple's "you're holding the phone wrong" fiasco from years ago).Tassimo comes out hot a least, and I find the standard Americano style coffee pods totally fine, even fine once milk is added. Plus, tassimo often are available at £15 on amazon for 80 pods. Currently this price now. I think these deals are very reasonable working out less than 20p a cup. So I Had the tassimo first, retired it for the nespresso, then returned to the tassimo after the nespresso disappointment



If you want a large black coffee to add cold milk to, I'd agree, go with the Tassimo.
The Nespresso makes espressos (and lungos which are a little larger but not much - some of the nespressos can make a ristretto which is even smaller) which are inteneded to be drunk black and are meant to be small. If you want an americano (and espresso topped up with hot water) from the Nespresso machine, you'll need a ketle for the extra hot water (the Tassimo will automatically add extra hot water if you buy a coffee labelled as 'Americano', alternatively you can buy any coffee you like the flavour of and add extra hot water yourself by pressing a button. If you're adding milk to an espresso it needs to be steamed milk (or get an Aeroccino which heats and froths it much like a steam wand).

There are offers on both types of coffee, I suspect the price per cup is pretty similar.

As I said, which machine is best depends on how you like your coffee - sounds like you're an Americano drinker (a large black coffee made by adding hot water to an espresso). The Tassimo is simpler for that.
What modelis the machine..cant udnerstand? is it the Bosch TAS4000GB Fidelia?
oyster07

What modelis the machine..cant udnerstand? is it the Bosch TAS4000GB … What modelis the machine..cant udnerstand? is it the Bosch TAS4000GB Fidelia?



​T40
Ordered, thanks OP! X)
Use promo code "DESCALING" for some free descaling tablets. can't find any other working codes.
This is a really good deal, i would have upgraded from my Tassimo Joy but sadly this one doesn't come with a Brita Filter which is a necessity for me. I see Tassimo have a Fidelia + which comes with a filter but sadly not applicable for this deal.
sipart

Use promo code "DESCALING" for some free descaling tablets. can't find … Use promo code "DESCALING" for some free descaling tablets. can't find any other working codes.



​Ordered. Thanks for the descaling code.
This is the direct link to the newsletter that will email you pretty much instantly a 10% off code, this will bring the cost down from £53 to £47.70.

https://www.tassimo.co.uk/newsletter-registration/s-5185/?

I tried the descaling promo too but that didnt work with the 10% off code.

Also did TCB at 6.9% so will have to wait and see if that come through.

Just got an mail from TCB showing a pending transaction of £3.65, so this would make it £43.85
Edited by: "VJ_UK" 4th Apr 2017
Surprised this isn't hotter! Great housewarming gift for the sister
Edited by: "MrMoneySaver" 4th Apr 2017
Brilliant deal considering the pods will cost nearly that amount alone
Seems worth a punt with the pods to give the flavours a try. Cheers OP!
jp1843

Good machine too. Mine is still going strong after 4 years with a descale … Good machine too. Mine is still going strong after 4 years with a descale every 4 months or so. Used every morning.


mine too..
Looking at bringing this back on the plane to Ireland. Anyone know the dimensions of the box they sent the bundle in? Is it in 1 box or 2 seperate boxes?
I have a Tassimo but found the pods very expensive after a while. Great deal for this bundle, especially with the machine, but bear in mind that if you drink one of these a day you will spend about £5 a week (which is still cheaper than a coffee shop, but not as cheap as Instant)
m.ad

I have a Tassimo but found the pods very expensive after a while. Great … I have a Tassimo but found the pods very expensive after a while. Great deal for this bundle, especially with the machine, but bear in mind that if you drink one of these a day you will spend about £5 a week (which is still cheaper than a coffee shop, but not as cheap as Instant)


Pods are about £4 a pack of 16 usually, some on offer at £3 at Tesco atm.
Makes them 25p each, 25p x 7 = £1.75, not quite £5 a week.
Amazon have some pods on "subscribe and save" so £14.25 for 80 pods 17.8p each. One a day = £1.25. More like £5 mth
ifa

Amazon have some pods on "subscribe and save" so £14.25 for 80 pods 17.8p … Amazon have some pods on "subscribe and save" so £14.25 for 80 pods 17.8p each. One a day = £1.25. More like £5 mth



Agree. Amazon is the best place for pods. Free delivery with subscribe & save, & every few months they have 25%-30% off your first subscription. Always worth keeping an eye out.
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