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Famously advertised by movie legend George Clooney, Nespresso machines allow coffee lovers to brew gourmet cappuccinos and espressos in the comfort of their own home. Simple to set up and use, Nespresso machines are relied upon by hundreds of thousands of Brits to perk them up in the morning. You’ll find every type of Nespresso at huge discounts by checking the Nespresso hotukdeals listings. Read more
NESPRESSO by Magimix Inissia 11350 Coffee Machine - Black, £59.99 at Currys PC World - Click and collect only - Select locations
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Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
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Back in stock 5/5
Decent offer. Key FeaturesThe space-saving, black Magimix 11350 Nespresso Inissia Coffee Machine works with fresh bean Nespresso capsules and creates delicious coffee shop favo… Read more
giboning

Just bought the Essenze Mini from Home and Cook, £59.99 as well https://www.homeandcook.co.uk/product/1179/krups-nespresso-essenza-mini-grey

giboning

30 euros voucher to use on Nespresso.it website from what i see. 60 euros for the machine is a good price, don't forget you'll need an italian plug to UK adaptor. I think italy has 3 pins in line

hint

60 euros on amazon Italy plus 30 euros voucher to use on coffee pods, does anyone have any experience with orders from there? Is it pretty straight forward

absulute2012

You can buy Nespresso Vertuo capsules from Nespresso.com or in Nespresso Boutiques only.

Tacavas

Back in stock, collection only

Starbucks Variety Pack 8 Flavour by Nespresso Coffee Pods (Pack of 12, Total 120 Capsules) £27.41 Amazon
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Posted 29th AprPosted 29th Apr
Looks like a great price, lowest it has ever been on Amazon for this particular selection of capsules. 15% voucher plus 10% subscribe and save discount took it down to £20.56 for … Read more
fiyero

They will be perfectly safe for a few years, annoying but not dangerous

MrFizzy

Ah, ok. You didn't say box said 31st May in your post. I understand now. Bit cheeky - box best before date should be the earliest of all packets. Glad you got a refund.

eechiwawa

Outer box said best before 31 May, individual dates on the packs ranged from 7 May to 31 May. Not enough time for me as I don't get through them at that rate.

MrFizzy

Not sure I follow. What was the difference?

eechiwawa

Mine arrived yesterday, date on outer box is May 2021. Wasn't impressed so went on to customer service chat who processed a refund. When I opened, one of the expiry dates was actually 7 May 2021.

18! Pack Nespresso Aluminium Cafepod Capsules - £1 @ Tesco exmouth
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Posted 28th AprPosted 28th AprLocalLocal
Loads on shelf Not reduced to clear so may be nationwide?? Pack of 18 supercharger espresso Nespresso pods Aluminium £1
SirHugo

But if you only order 50 pods isn't there a £4.95 delivery charge?

SirHugo

Unfortunately the offer expired on Thursday - the price is now £5.75. In the last week I've trudged around over a dozen Tesco stores - less than a handful actually stocked these pods, but I was very lucky to buy 18 packs in 3 purchases. So, many thanks samspud for posting the deal (y)

tcf

Found them in a Tesco Extra, but they scanned at the checkout for £5, so didn't bother.

cheekster

Bargain! I’d probably pick up one of each variety to try at £1 per box of £18 if I was lucky enough to find these in my local Tesco.

adoyle1987

While shopping in Tesco (Colinton Road Edinburgh) I noticed these Aluminium Nespresso capsules on offer. Having used (and enjoyed) them before I was quite surprised to see them at only £1 for 18!

Costa Tassimo Pods / Ready-to-Drink coffee in a can / roast & ground coffee / roast & ground coffee pods for 50p with app @ Costa Coffee
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Nice offer which is valid on Thursday as part of their 50th birthday celebrations. The fill list of items can be found below (credit @nathan). Some decent items are included, these… Read more
cap

Unfortunately I did observe and ask about this also. 3stores I tried, 2 of them had half the stock to the third one. I really wanted the ground cofee bags and the gift set ideally...but no luck. Got single bag and some tas pods though.

evostick47

??

marshall-stephens

I have friends who are Store Managers and they were absolutely appalled by the management of this promotion by Costa - they were only sent one box of each item (and not allowed to order any additional prior to the offer starting), so there was clearly no way that could sustain the amount of customers wanting to redeem. (annoyed)

cap

I'm so happy i'm part of this site otherwise I would have missed out on this!! Thanks OP and Hotuk.. sorry not sure how to tag/hashtag malarky. Cheers muchos (y)

juneflower68

Costa Latte 24 for 50p at Costa. No rush, no messing, no embarrassment, staff that were really happy a regular was getting an obscenely good deal. Thanks, thanks, and thanks again, Costa.

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Lavazza 100 Eco Caps Coffee Pods compatible with Nespresso £11.28 / (£10.15 S&S) Prime at Amazon (+£2.99 non Prime)
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Posted 25th AprPosted 25th Apr
About this item The full body of our Brazilian Arabica and the delicacy of its Central American origins, strengthened by the Asian notes of cocoa, results in an intense and velvet… Read more
internetcreation

Yes, had these and good experience. I dislike plastic capsules. I have found these, L'Or, Starbucks, Cafe Pod supercharger and Caffè Nero Virtuoso to be good.

rpdmallett

From my recent experience with two faulty bean to cup machines (admittedly, bought from Amazon Warehouse), I’d say that Nespresso machines are fair less likely to go wrong! I was trying to replace my own one and go down the pod-less route but I’ve now put that idea on hold.

mcmn181

Whats best Nespresso or tassimo? (I can't afford a bean to cup machine ;( )

gez1967

Unfortunately it’s not suitable for home composting or kerbside collections which is a little misleading and not much better if any than Nespressos service.

RedRain

Would would anyone use these over a bean machine any benifits ?

Internal-cleaning Pods for Nespresso Coffee Machines: Caffenu CNU5600 x5 - £5.20 (Prime or free click&collect) or + £4.49 delivery @ Amazon
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Posted 24th AprPosted 24th Apr
NOTE - this is available for free local click&collect if you don't need it delivered to your door. And, if you fancy, there is an additional subscribe-and-save discount. … Read more
wdh

Different people's machines have differing amounts of crud build-up, and different users have different degrees of fussiness and optimisation! Did you get much muck flushed out? When I first did it, I got so much, and bits in the rinse, that I immediately gave it a second capsule, and freed some more muck. As I stated originally, I think that using a pod every month might be a bit ocd, but using it before descaling seems reasonable. (Before so that the descaling acts as a big rinse to remove anything loosened and any residues from the cleaner.) I think the main thing is the rinse taste test. If your water comes through clean and without a 'nasty coffee' taste, it doesn't need cleaning. But when it does, the choice is either clean or replace! Cleaning will improve the taste of your coffee - if the machine needed cleaning. (And different folks set the bar differently.) Obviously, cleaning couldn't help a brand new machine! Did you see the blog post I linked above about cleaning pro machines? You need to scroll down to the bit about Portafilters (which are equivalent to the bits that the capsules are trying to reach) and further down to the portafilter spouts. Only reason they do that is to prevent the taste of their coffee being spoiled by the residues.

georgeb

Ok so that last comment persuaded me to give it a try even though i was sceptical.... for just over £5 worth the risk. So i descaled my nespresso and then tried 2 of the cleaning pods. Then a coffee..... tbh i couldn’t tell any difference. I like my coffee... usually have a couple a day so it was probably due a clean but i really couldn’t say it tasted any better having used the cleaning pods

djwillis

I'll agree with what others have said about the difference between managing scale and getting rid of oils and organic residue. Do both (y), doing one does nothing for the other. Whilst I have no desire to get into a placebo discussion (as someone who tends to strip down coffee machines fairly regularly and rebuilds commercial style machines for fun, I have my own views), I will confess that I feel flushing any machine after a reasonable amount of use, with a mix partially made of sodium percarbonate (as these are), is a very good idea. Personally, I have used these in the past, they do what they say, strip the oils and some of the old grounds, but work out very expensive for what you get. Especially if the machine is quite messy and you use a few. If you want a longer term cheaper solution get a single refillable capsule (or wash out a old capsule and some tin foil) and a tub of Puly Caff (a commercial cleaner that is basically sodium percarbonate mix) and pop a little of that in the capsule to do the same sort of draw off process. It will cost you more to start off but if you just have the one machine you will have years and years of cleaning supplies ;). The advantage of having a big tub of Puly Caff is that it is handy for cleaning down anything else that tends to get coffee ground or stains in, drip trays, screens, filters in a French press, you get the idea.

Master_Yoda

I've found descaler to be absolutely useless at cleaning all the coffee machines I've owned - they descale but they don't clean at all. I think people get very confused and assume descaling cleans their machines. I've ordered this product to try as I know from experience that descalers don't clean machines at all and I suspect this product will make a big difference. I've owned lots of capsule and bean to cup coffee machines at all price levels and I've found mould grows inside them really easily despite descaling / rinsing regularly. This is ontop of the buildup you get that won't come off. It won't be a placebo effect that's for sure.

georgeb

It was only my view.... i suspect most users have never seen this as an issue but if someone tells them it does something effective then they believe it - placebo. Surely the descaler and rinsihg flushed the water/coffee route?? But go ahead if you think it improves the coffee then it works for you. I doubt anyone else even thought this was a problem that needed solving. And therefore I’m out!