Bought this yesterday direct from Amazon for £35
All Dolce Gusto Discounts, Offers and Sale - August 2018
Just an update on this, i registered the vouchers anyway on the off chance, and they have honered them. I got £20 (cheeky)
Got one in Aberdeen today. Vouchers expired on 31/05/18 so you can’t use them :( I was going to try buying reusable pods and use proper ground coffee, not sure how good they are though.
Got one this morning in basildon. The vouchers date has expired but pods are on 3 for £10 in Asda atm
Got one in Boldon ASDA for a xmas present for my parents. Thanks OP.
> So if you love your coffee- effectively your in £15 profit after buying it Not quite. You get 2x £20 vouchers and 1x £10 voucher. Minimum order is 4 packs or £20, one voucher per order. The closest you can get is 5 x £4.49 packs, so £22.45 an order. Delivery is free, so you'd be paying £2.45 for each of the two orders using the £20 vouchers, and £12.45 for the order where you use the £10 voucher. It'd be nice if you could just pick £50 of pods, but they're not daft. If you were buying those 15 packs in the supermarket, given that they're usually on offer somewhere at 3 boxes for a tenner, those 15 packs would cost you £50 in store, so you're effectively getting £50 of stuff for £17.35. It's still a good deal, but not quite £15 in profit. :)
Good deal but not for the environment as dolce gusto pods aren't recyclable. ;( They've been looking into options for years. Their nespresso pods are recyclable though. May not matter to you but wish I'd known before I bought.
Was £25 few months ago... And the real credit you get is £20. Its up to £50 but you will need to buy more expensive machine (ninja)
Ah too late again 😞
out of stock
Just 10 pods
Do you get x10 pods then x10 milk pods? Or is it just the x10 coffee pods?
These are horrible, worth a go I thought at that price however Lidl ones are great in my opinion ;)
These are made with instant coffee! If you open one up after you use it you’ll notice there’s no coffee granules left over.
Also seen in Poundland for £2
Oh damn, my bad. Bought my machine longer ago than that, think it was just £20 credit back then. These things are becoming like printers, it's getting cheaper to buy a new one than refill the old one.
Unfortunately not, the Web credit finished, unless you bought before 31/05/2018 From their web page ,If you bought a NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto® machine between 28/09/2017 and 31/05/2018 , you can apply to get up to £50* in NESCAFÉ® Dolce
Probably also comes with a voucher inside for some free webstore credit, most of the dolce gusto machines do :D
I used the student 15 and only paid £24.99! Thanks. Does this come with the travel accessories ( cup , pod holder and 16x pods)? In the details it looks like it does . But in the description it doesn't mention it.
I’m returning the Currys deal and I have ordered this one.
Seriously... WHY? Indeed. If I hadn't just paid more for a pod machine from Currys (a HOT deal from here) I'd be all over this.
White is still showing at Deal Price:£39.99
This or the nespresso on eBay? :/
3 packs for £10 in Asda at the moment.
Buy cappuccino pods only by the 100 at https://www.thecoffeemarketltd.com froth and heat your own milk. Under 20p a coffee delivered.
I was almost certain I could see it earlier but can’t now. Nevertheless, this appears to be an equivalent offer for Cafe Au Lait if you have prime: Nescafé Dolce Gusto Café au Lait, Coffee with Milk, Cappuccino, 30 Capsules amazon.co.uk/dp/B01ITW9146/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_g88sBbGJ65XRH
You got a link for the cafe au lait at £9.99 please?
That's a fair comment. There is definitely waste with plastic.
Only thing that puts me off these is the silly amount of plastic you use with the pods.
Krups machines are excellent, great coffee too, been using mine for 5 years with no issues yet
Worth adding that they also have a sale for all their black coffee varieties at the moment on their own website, until 17th July. Most of the supermarkets seem to be listing the coffee pods at £3.99 too, so worth popping in to buy some.
Heat added as I really enjoy these coffees and feel that this is a great deal for those looking for a pod machine. Edit. I wanted to add that you can make ice coffee using this machine. (cold water option)
It's gone 11AM, let's talk beer
I like different types of coffee, so don't mind all the preparation like grinding and frothing etc. I found most pre-prepared coffee to be either bitter or stale. Even the strongest coffee beans don't taste half as bitter as some pre-ground stuff. Just depends on how long it's been sitting on the shelf, even in a sealed pack.
I still use a cafetière myself from time to time but at the end of the day it's very difficult to beat the convenience of a bean to cup machine. I drink my coffee black so don't even bother with all the frothing nonsense although the missus does. I've found toning down the strength takes the bitter edge away on the slightly stronger beans.
True, but I just use a Krups grinder that was twenty quid, a cafetiere, and cheap milk frother for lattes/cappuccinos. I used to use a pod machine, but found a lot of the coffee tasted bitter, was overpriced, and was crap at frothing milk.
Or even buy a bean to cup machine instead, just putting it out there
Out of stock.
And with discounted machines you rarely get the full credit for that specific machine, I got £30 instead of £50 last time.
Think this promo offer ended at the end of May? https://www.dolce-gusto.co.uk/m/promotion#apply-credit
I personally agree but some people like my inlaws love their dolce gusto and this just gives them a few more choices of hot chocolate at quite a cheap price for dolce gusto pods
Alternatively save money and plastic... https://www.bmstores.co.uk/products/galaxy-instant-hot-chocolate-jar-200g-283300 https://www.bmstores.co.uk/products/maltesers-instant-hot-chocolate-jar-180g-301801
You would be surprised what the Chinese can fake. Ever heard of fake "chickens eggs" - yip its true fake eggs - the world of fakery truly is a mad one! http://www.chinahush.com/2009/04/24/how-to-identify-fake-chicken-eggs/
Yeah , nah but no but nah but no but nahhhhhhh! (devil)
Still a good deal but worth pointing out the travel kit isn't really 'worth £40' it's just got a stupid RRP. You only get 16 americano pods which is one box so like £4 - £4.50 at the supermarket. So the mug + stand is supposedly £36 in that scenario...nah.
Interesting that they are both owned by Nestlé, I didn't know that.
Thanks for this. Went to get instore in Swindon and was £39.99 so even better.
well yea depends wat machine you get, on which vouchers you get,
I got a machine from Braintree with the £50 voucher, got 3 vouchers in my account 2x£20 and 1x£10, When you order from Dolce Gusto themselves the minimum order is 4 boxes of pods (currently £4 each) I just placed an order for the larger boxes total cost was £21.33 but i only paid £1.33 after using one of the £20 vouchers ItemSKUQtySubtotal Grande Magnum Pack grande-magnum-pack1 £7.11 Lungo Magnum Pack Lungo Magnum Pack1 £7.11 Magnum Cappuccino magnum-cappuccino1£7.11 Subtotal£21.33 Delivery & Handling (FREE)FREE Discount (NM_UK_IE_PLATINUM_TOUCH_10_2 - UK )£20.00 Total Discount-£20.00 Grand Total£1.33
it be 20 pounds voucher, which be 2 x 10 voucher
Bought one earlier this year from Tesco for £35. Great machine. Pod voucher was for £5 off a £20 spend, when you registered the machine. would certainly buy another if it included £50 pod voucher!!!!