I just cancelled my Prime too. Just when I thought I was out.
Ordered, thanks OP
Also potential for further subscribe and save discount
I just cancelled my Prime too. Just when I thought I was out.
Ordered, thanks OP
Also potential for further subscribe and save discount
Still £3.99 in my local stores too! Must be store specific! Still hot for the lucky ones
Still £3.99 in ours
Misses swears by her Tassimo Machine, Never had a problem with any Pods we have bought. Will be in B&M no doubt today looking for these. Normally only buy when 3 for £10 at Tesco or Asda
Still full price in my local, asked the guy to scan to double check but still £3.99.
Nice find now i hope they have them for the same price in my store
Re Aldi sunscreens - this article is from May 2017. ."..Which? put 14 bestselling sunscreens from Ambre Solaire and Nivea to supermarket own labels to the test and found Avon - which was the most expensive and smallest bottle - flopped on its SPF rating. ...But Aldi's bigger 200ml Lacura Suncare Spray SPF30 costing £2.79 passed with flying colours." (Wonder if it's this one - which is a 200ml SPF30 Spray - though it's £2.39? https://www.aldi.co.uk/lacura-spf30-moisturising-sun-spray/p/074402214100101 ). Creams are reckoned to give better coverage than Sprays, though. This mumsnet Aldi sunscreen discussion is from 2013 so likely out of date, but someone speculates that Beiersdorf - who own Nivea, Eucerin, etc, may make Aldi sunscreen - can't vouch for this, though. Re lotions: Lacura SPF15 Moisturising Sun Lotion 200ml £1.99 and its SPF30 equivalent at £1.99 are reviewed here (halfway down the page) "This has your typical sun lotion consistency but instead of just being an SPF this formula actually helps to hydrate the skin and is also water resistant. The green tea & vitamin E antioxidant-rich and help to soothe, protect against free radicals and nourish skin whilst the SPF30 helps to prevent skin from the damaging effects of the UVA & UVB rays. There is no getting away from that sticky feeling which comes from reapplying a lotion style sun lotion but this Lacura one has quite a lightweight fluid consistency which makes it easy to apply and leaves no white marks on your skin." Here's a May 2017 forum discussion about once-a-day sunscreens, P20 vs Aldi's Calypso. Generally they rate the Aldi option, but don't like its smell. Think Calypso is a clear gel, from what I've read. Just for fun, here's an article/review about the much-hyped Lacura Caviar skincare range - I found it a bit too heavy for my skin tbh, and I prefer bottles to jars, but lots of people must like it as it's been in Aldi a while!
I've used them in the past and thought they were pretty good. I didn't pay particular attention to the consistency but I don't remember it being greasy or difficult to rub in. The main thing for me is that this has a 5 star UVA rating - a lot of the more expensive brands only have 3 stars.
Wonder what the consistency of the suncreams is like , I need some factor 50 ones soon and £1.99 is a brilliant price as long as they rub in easily .
Some are £3.00 in Saintsbury's too
Love the Kenco pods, I have my coffee black these are really good.
So did I!
Just bought 3 for £10 in Asda yesterday. Doh! Thanks for posting!
The cafe royal ones are a pound
The thing which bugged me about Amazon Subscribe is items couldn't be delivered to a Locker as with individual purchases. Same situation Edit: I wish HUKD would stop cropping the final character from posted messages. That was supposed to end with a question mark.
Is that £3.89 or £3.98 ;)
I get 3 x boxes on Amazon subscribe & save for a little cheaper.
I've posted this before, but buy a milk frother and buy coffee pods only in bulk from Amazon sellers or https://www.thecoffeemarketltd.com I buy 100 cappuccino pods only for under 20 quid delivered. Have done for a few year now
Once you go black...
cheers for the find, unfortunately for me the other half wants the black one to match other stuff. (annoyed)
The champagne coloured version is on Amazon for £283, if anyone’s interested. I have one since Christmas and I love it, really good milk drink options.
Thanks for sharing op...
I would put £67 more in and get the plus from john lewis Cant believe they made this machine out of plastic and £67 more gets you a full metal one. Even the chrome on the front is plastic on this one. Heat added though https://www.johnlewis.com/nespresso-creatista-plus-coffee-machine-by-sage/p3116015
I understand your saying the after costs of “running” will be more than the original product itself but that can be said for a lot of products. The cost of a cup of coffee from a coffee shop could cost around £2.50 a cup, from a pod machine like this around 50p a cup and instant coffee around 20-15p (maybe?) a cup. Like you said each to their own people have different lifestyles and ways of spending their money. I still see this as a good deal as you can get the coffee machine for free (where others may have bought one) (flirt)
I get that it's a free item, but it's similar to the printing industry. Next to nothing hardware, then sting you with the cost of ink. IMO this is a ploy so you spend to get the free item to only then drag you into buying more stuff. Each to their own though.
I know where I'm going :D +heat
I don’t get how you don’t think it’s a deal... At the end of the day people are still willing to buy the machine for around £30 whether u agree or not with the prices of pods. If your getting something worth £30 for free (after the minimum spend) then how is it not a deal? better than a kick in the teeth
To tempt you into spending even more money on Dolce gusto pods, at ridiculous prices (not to mention the ecological impact). Sorry, this is not a deal
Touché! But you don't need to buy into anything the large firms say - you just need to be informed / don't buy wasteful goods / plastic tat. Reducing waste isn't complicated. It's about moving to sustainable consumption and throwing consumerism in the bin (something that should be thrown out ha ha), which is without doubt, the most stupid concept man or wo ever created. Take most documentaries with a pinch of salt - even the BBC. It's about recycling I think, if its the one I found...that's well out of date...we are into the era of precycling and consumption reduction. That would include not buying pointless, wasteful, expensive coffee pods - see you can change the world! These Coffee Pods are soon-to-be plastic sea junk wrapped up in shiny 'buy me' wrapping. Don't get sucked in.
Well, that's all what I used to think. But this chap basically said we are being conned into thinking we can make a difference through our shopping basket choices. Huge companies are spending a great deal of time pretending to be more environmentally sound, but in reality they are making virtually no changes, because it will cost them money. And we as consumers buy into it because its easier than what actually needs to change. It's worth a listen if you can find it. It might broaden your view a little. Again, not in a patronising way. ;)
Respectfully (still not wanting to sound patronising just explaining something!) I understood what you were saying but it's not correct, and if the documentary was saying that modification of individual buying has no impact, then the documentary is incorrect. Slightly changing your consumption patterns /shopping habit IS key. That's because it's the aggregate of your small decision, repeated over millions and billions of people that makes the difference. The problem is is information. Producers spend allot of cash marketing to consumers to get your business. They don't however shout out what their products waste footprint is. And they certainly don't want you to know the product they produce is actually pointless in terms of production, because it is a duplication of an existing superior product / production method that creates SIGNIFICANTLY less waste/negative environmental impact. Production is supposed to follow the laws of demand and supply. Marketing and the concept of premium goods etc skews this such that people consume goods they don't need, consume more than they need, and pay more than they need to...like these pointless coffee pods. If you have time read up on economist Alfred Kahn's concept called "the Tyranny of small decisions" and the tragedy of the commons - key concepts in environmental production and Environmental/Ecological Economics I will try and find the R4 documentary you referred to.
I guess they thought you could add extra water so what’s the difference between normal americano and the xl version. Well the xl version has a bit more extra coffee packed into the pods and makes a 270ml size drink compared to a regular 215ml
Cheers. I still don't really know what EdenWiz problem was. I think they thought they were being smart but just ended up looking a bit daft. Each to their own! (lol)
Arrived today - absolute bargain.
yeah... to a refund
I ordered for £19 but stupidly done click and collect, got an email saying it wouldn't be honored because of voucher t's and cs. But they've already taken the money from PayPal. Do I have any rights in this case?
i only ordered one. I have the despatch emails etc, but when you check tracking it says it is still waiting for the parcel. Is yours the same?
Same for me! Two dispatch emails :)
Me too. I've tried loads of different brands compatible pods but none of them are good. If you ever find one please share it with the rest of us.
That's just an ad. Onece you click submit, thats it. If you click back from the 'win a prize ad', it's says samples on their way, 3 weeks max.
"Nespresso has always invested heavily in its recycling programme & it works well, with no cost or hassle to the consumer." That must be about the only environmentally friendly thing Nestle does.
I subscribe to Nespresso now. £1 for a new machine, which went in no time on eBay, then I pay £25 a month in store credit. The bonus is it's free delivery without having to buy 200 capsules at a time. Last time I checked the subscription levels were £18, £25 & £40. The plan term is 12 months but the store credits are valid for a further 2 years, so to me it was such a no brainer that I renewed recently & got another machine to sell on eBay. I realise that I'm a Nespresso fan & others may not be, but each to their own :)
Thanks OP, will give em a try. Bit unusual for a mail order business not to ask for your email address these days?!
Thanks I'll give them a go as I've ditched the original DG pods as they're expensive and I much prefer the Asda alternatives at a more realistic price. I also see Aldi are doing compatible pods too but hit and miss as to which shops!
I hated the dolce gusto with milks, powder taste ruined it. The coffee only boxes are fine, but i much prefer my bean to cup coffee maker.
I ditched my Dolce Gusto, but these are good for making cappuccinos with- better value than buying the cappuccino packs. It always annoyed me that a box of 16 coffee pods cost the same as 8 coffee pods and 8 powdered milk pods.
Code expired and now 12.99
The boxes can end up taking up a lot of space. I've got a cupboard full of the damn things and they're a hassle to keep organised, so one of these would be a much neater solution.
Grrr - bought earlier today.... without the free delivery code
Just tried the code but it doesn't seem to work, says free shipping applied and total discount £0.00. Still leaves full price postage. *edit* you have to be signed up and signed in to get the code to work.
nice one, ordered
Have some heat on me. Thanks OP The strength refers to the flavour not the caffeine content for those who aren't aware.
Totally depends whether you like a good strong long coffee or an espresso. I really like the Ristretto, however I've just ordered 60 Supercharger as they sound pretty good. They're worth the money for a fact.
The £10 also works on the Dolce Gusto pods, which is great as the last ££-off I got was nespresso only
My local store still doesn’t have these in stock (annoyed)
Got these to try, they are really really sweet
I found the Lidl ones not to be very nice. Certainly not anywhere near the taste and texture of the Nescafe ones.
They are (same as others), if you spend some time with a knife to separate coffe/plastics, film and mesh.
I will definitely try these if they make a mocha one. Are they recyclable unlike the original ones?
Deals not on there anymore although you can still get the discount codes, I'm not paying 99.99 for a vivy ii when you can get them 39.99 anywhere else
You just have to register a machine it doesn't ask for serial numbers or anything just register any machine on the website and you will get an email with 2 x £10 discount codes 1 if which you could use on this offer.
How are you guys getting the £10 off? My email says to register machine to get £20
Received today many thanks (y) 🏻😊
I ordered mine Thursday afternoon and it was only set as shipped at 9 o’clock this morning... from Germany
White back in stock
Black is back in stock
Not at £3-4 a cup. But have had a few in the past. Easier to make my own. Always get a decent cup compared to a disappointment from Costa (would lean towards star bucks over Costa, dont have a cafe Nero anywhere near).
If you’re the kind of guy who goes to Starbucks...
it's like the VHS BETAMAX carry on.... why can't everyone just make the same pods, make em cheaper :) keep toying with the idea of one of these machines, but pods poor value...
Now free delivery over £11.49 ( Shows under Coffee Club )
Was working last night, must have expired.
ALL15 not working.
Use code ALL15 for 15% off.
Always order these and have never had a problem. They are made in Italy.
Tesco doesn't carry all the variants
Tesco doesn't carry all the 40+ variants I think, I've never seen any of the Tea T-discs anywhere except Tassimo's website
I agree Tesco work out lots cheaper I bought 12 boxes and saved a fortune
3 for £10 at Tesco currently. Works out at 33% discount and no postage to pay
tho i got carambar and the milk not emptied properly, i tried shaking it and tried other milk pods, fine
Thats no good Tesco 3 for £10 is faaaaaaaaaaaar cheaper
I added that in description. Sorry.
When spending £100. That’s a LOT of coffee !
spend £100 that's crazy, update title
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