U:Pod Nespresso Compatible Coffee & Tea Capsules from 13p each (£1.32 for 10) @ Morphy Richards + Free p&p over £12 + 10% tcb
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U:Pod Nespresso Compatible Coffee & Tea Capsules from 13p each (£1.32 for 10) @ Morphy Richards + Free p&p over £12 + 10% tcb

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Found 22nd Jul 2017
U:Pod (Morphy Richards branded) Nespresso Compatible Capsules are on special offer down from £2.50/box of 10 to between £1.50 - £2.00 per box of 10.

Use discount code YE8 for a further 8% off.

Free delivery over £12 (worked out at 80 pods for my order as I went for more of the £2 ones).

Reviews are good!

Don't forget 10% topcashback too.

The coffee club earns you points too which you can spend on your next order.
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morphyrichards.co.uk/cof…ub/ sign up to the coffee club at the link.

1 capsule = 1 point = 1p.

When you have 500 points you can redeem a £5 voucher.
Now that is cheap...

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...cheers sweets X)
maccy1

Now that is cheap......cheers sweets X)




Thanks.

These are less than half the price of the Nespresso originals and you don't have to have a minimum of 200 capsules to order (like on the nespresso original website).

These have great reviews and should be nice.

I don't like coffee, I only buy them for everyone else!
My order was:

Product Name: After Dark U:pod Nespresso® Compatible Coffee Pods
Product Code: 179104
Quantity:3
Price: £ 2.00
Discount: £ 0.90
Total: £ 5.10

Product Name: After Dinner U:pod Nespresso® Compatible Coffee Pods
Product Code: 179103
Quantity:2
Price: £ 2.00
Discount: £ 0.60
Total: £ 3.40

Product Name: Moment U:pod Nespresso® Compatible Coffee Pods
Product Code: 179101
Quantity:2
Price: £ 2.00
Discount: £ 0.60
Total: £ 3.40

Product Name: With Friends U:pod Nespresso® Compatible Coffee Pods
Product Code: 179100
Quantity:1
Price: £ 1.50
Discount: £ 0.23
Total: £ 1.28

Subtotal: £ 13.18
Discount: £ 0.00
Shipping: £ 0.00
VAT: £ 2.18
Total: £ 13.18

So £13.18 delivered for 80 pods
Edited by: "sicklysweet" 22nd Jul 2017
Thanks Sweet
Great deal, heat added
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Anyone tried these ones?
Great price, thanks OP. Worth a try!
Torkijo

Anyone tried these ones?




Nope but you can read the reviews which seem good so I've taken a punt!

So far with the compatibles, the cafe direct pods have been a hit but Starbucks a total flop as no one likes them.
Paperlantern

Great price, thanks OP. Worth a try!




My thoughts exactly

I hope you like them.
sicklysweet6 m ago

Nope but you can read the reviews which seem good so I've taken a punt!So …Nope but you can read the reviews which seem good so I've taken a punt!So far with the compatibles, the cafe direct pods have been a hit but Starbucks a total flop as no one likes them.My thoughts exactly :)I hope you like them.

Starbucks and carte noire compatibles are our favorites, the worst for us are the ones from Aldi
beware of nespresso compatible pods made out of plastic, ive tried them and they do not aways pierce at the back, and may blunt the spikes at the back of the machine, some,of the ones i tried had the back pushed in but only one hole made , instead of three.
gone back to the aluminium pods which always work ok, there are compatible pods made of aluminium, will post later where they come from.
you_gotta_be_kidding

Starbucks and carte noire compatibles are our favorites, the worst for … Starbucks and carte noire compatibles are our favorites, the worst for us are the ones from Aldi



Agreed on the Aldi pods. Awful!

Lux do some great tasting aluminium pods
Thank you. Ordered. Haven't got a machine yet but switching from a tassimo that leaks and needs replacing so going to buy a nespresso.
I agree with lumsdot plastic ones do not always work as they do not pierce properly, buy cheap buy twice.
tescos sell aluminium nespresso compatible pods, not sure what make they are , but tescos stock them
MRGRINGO

Thank you. Ordered. Haven't got a machine yet but switching from a … Thank you. Ordered. Haven't got a machine yet but switching from a tassimo that leaks and needs replacing so going to buy a nespresso.


You will love the Nespresso compared to a Tassimo!
Anyone know anywhere that does Tassimo compatibles??
The manual handle Nespressos seem to work fine with plastic compatibles. I've got a motorised one and it just doesn't seem to have the torque to pierce properly.
courtster

The manual handle Nespressos seem to work fine with plastic compatibles. … The manual handle Nespressos seem to work fine with plastic compatibles. I've got a motorised one and it just doesn't seem to have the torque to pierce properly.


we have a manual handle,nespresso and sometimes the plastics pods are not piercred . some plastic ones are thicker than others. safer to go with aluminiunumum.
lumsdot

we have a manual handle,nespresso and sometimes the plastics pods are not … we have a manual handle,nespresso and sometimes the plastics pods are not piercred . some plastic ones are thicker than others. safer to go with aluminiunumum.



We have a kettle and instant coffee. When we want a latte we microwave milk for a couple of minutes. Amazing to think that some morons spend £3+ on a cup of coffee in a cup that isn't easily recyclable.

Definitely more than a few mugs about!
I really want to get the nespresso machine but not sure if you can make variety coffee. I like lattes and machiattas kind of coffee. Can you get these with this machine?
marcuszipp723

We have a kettle and instant coffee. When we want a latte we microwave … We have a kettle and instant coffee. When we want a latte we microwave milk for a couple of minutes. Amazing to think that some morons spend £3+ on a cup of coffee in a cup that isn't easily recyclable. Definitely more than a few mugs about!



Well it's actually upwards to 31p and doesn't taste anything like the instant, percolated or filter coffees.

Some ppl buy a car as cheap as possible because it does the job getting them from a to b, others might select a sports, a 4 x 4, with refinements that while may not get them from a to b any faster it is a more enjoyable experience.
PS. I too use the microwave for 1 min to heat the milk even though I have a frother as I use Nespresso's double walled latte glasses - fill with milk to 35%, hit micro, then Nespresso and done
dreamz

I really want to get the nespresso machine but not sure if you can make … I really want to get the nespresso machine but not sure if you can make variety coffee. I like lattes and machiattas kind of coffee. Can you get these with this machine?



Yes you can but one thing I would recommend is get one with a drip tray and one that supports the height for glass tumblers. (this one should as it looks like a slight redesign of the Nespresso Citiz machine.
My Nespresso doesn't make hot enough coffee, anyone got any tips?
marcuszipp723

We have a kettle and instant coffee. When we want a latte we microwave … We have a kettle and instant coffee. When we want a latte we microwave milk for a couple of minutes. Amazing to think that some morons spend £3+ on a cup of coffee in a cup that isn't easily recyclable. Definitely more than a few mugs about!


Instant coffee is mostly horrible. The Nesspresso stuff is at least actual coffee. You can give them that. The morons who spend £3 on a cup of coffee are the ones going to coffee takeaways on the highsteet. Nespressos are from 31p to about 39p per pod.
The real problem with them is that they're massively wasteful, overpriced, and the machines are complete rubbish, at an insanely expensive price.
They're a nightmare to clean, they clog all the time and have to be flushed with limescale remover to function, they won't work if the pod is damaged in any way, and they're so terribly made that they get grime in all the worst places.

Fresh coffee and a traditional machine is the way to go.
Are these plastic or aluminium? Thanks
In tesco,s,
l'or espresso aluminium pods,
2.99 for 10
4 flavours
EllEzDee

Instant coffee is mostly horrible. The Nesspresso stuff is at least … Instant coffee is mostly horrible. The Nesspresso stuff is at least actual coffee. You can give them that. The morons who spend £3 on a cup of coffee are the ones going to coffee takeaways on the highsteet. Nespressos are from 31p to about 39p per pod. The real problem with them is that they're massively wasteful, overpriced, and the machines are complete rubbish, at an insanely expensive price.They're a nightmare to clean, they clog all the time and have to be flushed with limescale remover to function, they won't work if the pod is damaged in any way, and they're so terribly made that they get grime in all the worst places.Fresh coffee and a traditional machine is the way to go.


I've had an Inissia Nespresso machine for 3 years and have never descale it. Yer it has continued to work faultlessly and requires very little cleaning. So I don't know which Nespresso machine you had but it isn't my experience
The problem i have with a lot of the non original nespresso pods is the volume of coffee you get
At the moment i'm giving the real coffee compatible pods a go and they are very good
Compatible pods are always hit and miss, just tried the Dualit Intense ones. Have to say it's the worst nespresso coffee I've ever tasted - even worse than instant.
lumsdot

In tesco,s, l'or espresso aluminium pods, 2.99 for 104 flavours




These are £1.28 for 10

I'll let you know what people say when mine arrive (don't drink coffee myself).

The reviews on Amazon are all 5*.
futura

I've had an Inissia Nespresso machine for 3 years and have never descale … I've had an Inissia Nespresso machine for 3 years and have never descale it. Yer it has continued to work faultlessly and requires very little cleaning. So I don't know which Nespresso machine you had but it isn't my experience


Are you in a soft water area? I've never had to descale a kettle, or any other water appliance...but the nespresso machine will not function without monthly (!) descalings. After 2-3 weeks the amount of water that comes out gets less and less, and you start having to hold it down. By 4 weeks, you get a dribble of off-coloured water. The de-scaling process takes a good 10 minutes as well, because you have to hold the buttons down, and run the litre of solution through a bunch of times.
It's a CitiZ. I've never seen something so expensive designed so terribly...
I have a Nespresso Inissia which has been fine, and have never had to descale. I used to have a Gaggia Classic but find the Nespresso more convenient. Anybody have any experience of the tea pods? I get that coffee requires water at a certain pressure for espresso etc. but for tea? Surely loose leaf or tea bags are the best?
Thanks. 80 pods for 11.90 delivered ;))
Super price, giving them a try for SWMBO
sicklysweet

Nope but you can read the reviews which seem good so I've taken a punt!So … Nope but you can read the reviews which seem good so I've taken a punt!So far with the compatibles, the cafe direct pods have been a hit but Starbucks a total flop as no one likes them.



I like them - best of the compatible pods by a mile and usually on offer at £2.50 somewhere
not a patch on genuine pods. Nothing comes close. And we are talking pennies saved........literally pennies
Given it a punt. 90 pods for £12.75. Hopefully 10.5% cashback.

Cheers OP. SirHugo
Drooler44 m ago

not a patch on genuine pods. Nothing comes close. And we are talking …not a patch on genuine pods. Nothing comes close. And we are talking pennies saved........literally pennies




Nespresso website: 31p+ per capsule, 200 capsule minimum per order = £62 minimum order (200 capsules)
This deal: 12.8p+ per capsule, £12 worth of capsule min spend per order = £12.80 minimum order (100 capsules)

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Alternatively:

Nespresso website: 200 capsules x 31p = £62
This deal: 200 capsules x 12.8p = £25.60 (& £2 back in rewards points & £2.56 topcashback)

Looks more like £s saves rather than pennies.

It all depends on how the coffee tastes, so I'll do some tastings with friends once my order arrives and let you know, although it's often down to personal taste.
Edited by: "sicklysweet" 23rd Jul 2017
15% discount code ALL15 appears to have expired.

I used discount code YE8 for 8% off - ordered 5 X Kick start and 4 X With Friends = 90 capsules, for £12.42, free delivery. Used TCB link for hopefully 10% extra.

I have always bought original nespresso capsules full price from boutique - always found them better than compatible pods (i have tried around 5-6 compatible brands, such as M&S). I don't resent paying the full price like some people - I think Nespresso deliver a wonderful product and a great coffee drinking experience. I have literally tried all flavours many times, and regularly buy the Kazar, Indriya, Ristretto Decaff, Arpeggio Decaf, Vivalto Lungo, Envivo Lungo, Fortissio Lungo and Caramelito varieties in bulk!

But for this price, willing to give these compatibles a try! Reviews on amazon look encouraging. I will come back on here in a month when I have received, experimented and let everyone know my thoughts

Lastly, and most importantly, thanks OP!!
Edited by: "vishy01234" 24th Jul 2017
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