All Delonghi Discounts, Offers and Sale - April 2018
LOL fair comment (lol) (lol)
I spent about 4 months a couple of years ago trying some "serious" coffee's out. the tastes were different and pleasing; it was the coffee repeating on me 2 hrs after that put an end to my adventure
Not a lot from a machine like this, they're cr*ap
Thanks, ordered. My EASM4200 has stopped heating the water, after 6 years use, it's time to retire it and I love Latte :D
Technically if we're being picky, it cost me slightly more as I took out Amazon's 3 year Breakdown & Accidental damage cover for £29.99. The constant price fluctuation was the reason I took it as I thought if it does break anytime soon then potentially I could have to fork out £500 to replace immediately. Problem is once you have this machine, the thought of not having it is a tough pill to swallow for any caffeine junkie. Has anyone else had any experience of using Amazon's cover for any electrical stuff?
Good stuff. But contact delonghi anyway explain and they will send new diffuser.
You are an absolute star - cleaned the diffuser - once rinsed back to great coffee - cheers
I think costco selling for 480£ last week. I might be wrong.
Also it has a 2 year warranty so call delonghi, they should replace diffuser free of charge. 023 9239 2555 8.30 am to 4pm mon to thurs 8am to 12pm fri
I thought I deleted this post. Oh well, thanks for the links @fearona
This price has expired ;(
Back to 49.99
When did you order? says 2-4 weeks until delivery for me
Missed it 49.99£ now
I got my comment wrong it's ACTUALLY £589 What am I missing?
The link given has price of £489??
Sorry (first time using this site!!) £150 for the machine?
Hi . can I ask how you paid just £120 for air? My old Delonghi that I have had for 7 years has just given up on me so am looking at buying another!! Thanks
When it comes to coffee, I have experimented with many different types. Started with instant, can't remember when, moved on to an espresso machine back in 1998, next year moved on to cafetere, then different cafeteres for years, then Dolce Gusto capsules but nothing comes close to the bean to cup experience I've had with De'Longhi ESAM4200 I bought last week. It is absolutely heavenly with Lavazza Qualita Rossa beans. I paid only £150 for ESAM4200 but even at £430, this machine is well worth it as this is one of the top of the range models listed at £799 on ao.com. If you availed of this deal, you wouldn't regret it.
Got this machine a few days ago, took a while to get used to (bit more advanced than my old Tassimo). Very impressed with the build quality and the coffee it produces.
Hair and beauty.
What kind of salon?
Proper milk frother
Is that a proper milk frother or is that a milk dispenser?
£28, found at Tesco last month
Its £35.00 no matter how you spin it.....
april fool has come and gone..............
Showing 34.99 for me
Useful. Thanks for this!
This offer applies to purchases of De’Longhi Bean to Cup machines between 30th March 2018 to 1st July 2018 and requires registration to the De’Longhi Coffee Club. Registrations must be made at www.delonghioffers.com/coffee within 30 days of purchase.
I received my free gifts when I bought my coffee machine. Then again it was direct from delonghi. Gifts were amazing!
Their coffee machines are excellent but their after sales are poor. Still waiting on my free gifts from a machine I bought in Nov.
shame my machine isnt on the list
Picked this up in Feb when it was £179-10% and £20 cash back on AO, worked out ~£135 with TCB and have used it everyday, a gadget which won't end up in the back of the cupboard for sure!
Ao had it at £179 with £20 cashback, also Ao on Ebay with the 20% code off. Amazon also sell them and if you're not fussy about an open box item, you can snag it for £140ish when in stock.
When and where? I'd like to watch in case it comes down again.
Fair enough my bad
Good machine, cold price. Has been as low as £150ish lately.
Also I think when using the web credit it does say minimum order of £20. So you'd need to put two orders worth £40 to use the £20 voucher. And when you apply they ask for a photo of the machine's serial number (behind the water tank) and a screengrab of the order confirmation showing the name of the machine and where delivery address and price paid (or paper receipt if you have one). So worth getting those ready (or having the machine next to you) as I don't think you can start the application process and go back to it and upload photos.
Also comes with £20 web credit when registered on the Dolce Gusto website. Credit comes as 2 x £10 vouchers and you can only use one per order.
Thanks for the heads up! Parent's kettle was playing up and I had an Amazon voucher too!
Great Toaster, ours cooks very even. Had for about 10 months.
Kettle is also reduced So when bought together, they are around £40 cheaper for the pair compared to Curry's (y)
￼ I've go the Scultura and I've found the toasting to be even.
Great price for this. Unfortunately the newer ones are not a patch on the original ones. VERY uneven toasting
WRT the £145 free gifts for these. I have now registered the product via the Membership joining link on the De'Longhi web site, and got the confirmation email. I don't however have anything to say they will be shipping any free gifts to me. Has anyone else got an email on this, or are you just meant to wait for the Postie to deliver something?
Awesome machines and while expensive, they are now at a great price. Been after one for a while now. Purchased last one in my local store after reserving. I know its only a little saving - but £4.36 tracked via Quidco for click & collect. Noticed a lot of people on local Facebook group selling the same NESCAFE Dolce Gusto pod machine I currently have, so I think a lot of other people have made the same choice to upgrade to a proper coffee machine. :)
bought but have received email saying order cancelled Thank you for shopping with us. These items are unavailable for home delivery at this time. We have cancelled your order xxx and your account will be refunded shortly. We look forward to welcoming you back on line soon. Cancelled item(s) you ordered: 1 x ECAM23.460 Bean to Cup Coffee Machine - Silver & Black Amount to be refunded: £ 349.00 £ 349.00 :S
Thanks for your reply. You're not kidding about them being expensive. This Schaerer Coffee Soul looks awesome but at £13k a piece, I'd have charge Costa+ prices. Seen several used ones on eBay for under £1k but don't want to risk it unless I can find a company to service the relevant model. Was hoping to stay away from leasing. Currently using a Nespresso. Looks like we're gonna have to stick with it.
Yes I love mine although it's an earlier version couldn't do without it :)
True but the real question is, "Is it a hot deal now?" If it's been £150 (25%) cheaper in the recent past its likely that a much better deal will come along in the not too distant future. I guess people are saying that whilst it is the cheapest deal you can get right now it's not actually that good a deal. That's my take.
Not if you have a time machine at your disposal :D
The deal is for now,not in the past
Yes just checked def cheaper before, just need to get the keys to the time machine now and get one.
Because it was much cheaper before.
Just reserved to collect later. Thanks OP.
Cleaning is easy for milk jug - just pop in dishwasher. Make sure coffee grounds container is cleaned regularly as they go mouldy quickly.
Bargain price, voted hot!
These are great machines. We have the bigger version of this which is around 6 years old. We have done around 14000 coffees with it. Cost around £900 but we have certainly had our use out of it. We really miss it when we go on holiday :)
Why are people voting this cold? Machine seems good.
ECAM 23.460 has a milk attachment/tank, and also a display, so would be a better machine. However, both would have exactly the same internal components, and therefore would produce exactly the same coffee.
I’m torn between this one and the DELONGHI ECAM23.460 from curry’s.in anybody’s opinion is it worth spending the extra money,thanks.
I DONT SAY ITS A BAD PRICE I JUST WANNA SAY IT NEVER BEEN 500 QUID AND THATS IT !!!!!
I used to think the same but recently seen a couple on the market at around £300. I think it was nespresso
I like to press a button, it takes less time, and no skill, it's like magic!
I've not voted either way, and it depends on personal taste, but espresso - especially from a relatively cheap machine arguably doesn't make great coffee. You can arguably make much better coffee using a £6 plastic hario v60, paper filter, and a decent ground coffee - or better yet freshly ground using a burr grinder. Can upgrade to a glass v60 if you feel so inclined. Arguably healthier too as it filters out the volatile oils which can raise your cholesterol. You have more control over the flavour, it takes more skill, and it's like a ritual.
Thanks. I think I'll give it a miss.
it went for 279 before on AO.com but sadly I wasn't looking then. 299 is still a very good price
this should help
I think I saw this one in John Lewis for £299.
Does anyone know what the numbers mean on these machines? I've been looking at the Ecam 22.110 but not sure what's the difference.
I can't find any Amazon reviews of it which is a bit odd unless it's listed more than once. 3camels says the lowest price this has been on Amazon is £240- but that was only very briefly and well over a year ago. So cautiously I'll say it sounds a good deal, heat.
Great deal, heat added (y)
I agree! I don't mean a physical pain, I mean a pain as in an annoyance or nuisance.
Some beans have more oil than others. I find drier ones are less likely to stick. (Sainsbury's own brand brand beans, both red and silver bag (traditional blend) & black and silver bag (espresso blend) version work nicely, taste good and are Fair Trade.)
Anyone manage to make a decent latte with this? Not sure if it's just me but I'm slightly nearer "microfoam" without the steam wand. Photo is my best effort by far after 50+ attempts and still nothing like. These things matter. I mean I'm making them for myself with nobody else in the house, but...
I have had this machine a couple of years now, gone through kilos of coffee which I find cheapest and best at Costco. it is the mutts nuts for superb coffee. Buy it, a life changer. (y)
Got one three years ago. Very happy with it. Easy to clean.
It's showing as £102?
like what I said
Added this to my list to buy later but this price is no longer available :(
I thought that too but click new and used from £63.50 and youll see the cheaper one. Edit: Oh used is from £63.50, not sure about this deal, maybe they fixed it?
These are just fancy kettles...
Same price in Curry's. I paid 70 quid from John Lewis just about a year ago, and that's about what it's worth! The standard price everywhere else back then was under 120 quid, no idea what justifies this price rise now, as it is little different functionally from any other DeLonghi machine I have had. Yesterday when the ebay 20% offer was on, it was possible to buy a DeLonghi bean to cup machine for just over 151 quid from the Coop on ebay, and if I had needed a machine I would be bawling my eyes out at having missed out and needing to pay this much for a basic one! Their basic machine is now about £80+ and dressing it up a bit like this nearly doubles the price! :-(
Although seemingly the best price now. It’s been a lot cheaper, picked it up at the start of 2017 for £70. Think it’s now an old model so fewer sellers. Good effort on the first deal tho op
Welcome to the site @valyt thanks for sharing your first deal :3
Other buying option on amazon £147.99 + FREE UK delivery Sold by: Picsio https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00C2353FU/?smid=A230Q07CL2JWPH&tag=idealocouk-mp-21&linkCode=asn&creative=6742&camp=1638&creativeASIN=B00C2353FU&ascsubtag=nrraR4-flXxZuYPWlyeRww