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post #391 of 912
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Otherwise, I'm not seeing any great deals out there at the moment.

Check Macy's
post #392 of 912
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Check Macy's


Bingo. Thanks for the head's up! cheers.gif

I see you guys talk about the Citiz and Pixie's. Any reason to stay away from the U? It seems to be the least expensive option. I have no experience with these machines and don't know what features are important.

EDIT: As far as I can tell you are not able to use the additional off codes with Macys when buying one of these machines.
post #393 of 912
Sending my nespresso back to overstock. Looking to buy a NEW machine. They have a Citiz and Milk for 240 in aluminum. What do you guys think of this color machine? Seems to be the best price around.
post #394 of 912
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Sending my nespresso back to overstock. Looking to buy a NEW machine. They have a Citiz and Milk for 240 in aluminum. What do you guys think of this color machine? Seems to be the best price around.

thats the one i bought because my kitchen equipment is all aluminum/metal, everything is awesome so far
post #395 of 912
Is that an older model? Looks different.
post #396 of 912
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Given that the machines are much more expensive in the US, how much are capsules? 0.35-0.45$?

If you work it out to price per pound, they're over $50/lbs. People are willing to pay a lot for convenience and a consistent experience (cf. Apple).
post #397 of 912
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If you work it out to price per pound, they're over $50/lbs. People are willing to pay a lot for convenience and a consistent experience (cf. Apple).
I know [(just) 5g per capsule so it's about 60$/lb]. I was just wondering what the price in the US was given that they are 0.30-0.35€ here, which already is crazy expensive.
post #398 of 912
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Is that an older model? Looks different.

Im not sure... It's a C120. Anyone know?


Called Nepresso- the girl said the only difference is the deisgn. One has the teardrop spout, charcoal lever, and buttons on back. I prefer the nose style... I think, but cant seem to find a deal on them anywhere...


Double edit: Thanks to Sur la Table, I think I should be able to get a 100 nespresso club credit. Deets below.

Edited by mikeman - 11/23/12 at 4:28pm
post #399 of 912

For anyone in the GTA - Nespresso machines are (apparently) 50% off so you're looking at about $200-$250 for a Lattissima 

 

 

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post #400 of 912
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Im not sure... It's a C120. Anyone know?
Called Nepresso- the girl said the only difference is the deisgn. One has the teardrop spout, charcoal lever, and buttons on back. I prefer the nose style... I think, but cant seem to find a deal on them anywhere...
Double edit: Thanks to Sur la Table, I think I should be able to get a 100 nespresso club credit. Deets below.

I don't think you're going to be able to double dip on this one. Both rebates require the original serial number barcode sticker and both prohibit combination with other offers. Now you might be able to sneak it past them, but I doubt it.
post #401 of 912
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I don't think you're going to be able to double dip on this one. Both rebates require the original serial number barcode sticker and both prohibit combination with other offers. Now you might be able to sneak it past them, but I doubt it.

Well, I just bought the new machine from overstock for 240. Regardless of if it works, 240 is still cheaper than anywhere else on the internet.
Buy you better believe Ill be trying to get the 100--since its new, it should come with the S/N sticker.

Edit- I totally missed the "participating stores" bit. Damn.
post #402 of 912
After a price match, you can get a Pixie and Aerocinno for $204+Tax and the $100 credit from Sur La Table.
post #403 of 912
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Originally Posted by mikeman View Post

Well, I just bought the new machine from overstock for 240. Regardless of if it works, 240 is still cheaper than anywhere else on the internet.
Buy you better believe Ill be trying to get the 100--since its new, it should come with the S/N sticker.
Edit- I totally missed the "participating stores" bit. Damn.

just call or email and cancel your order. it hasn't shipped yet so no big deal.

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After a price match, you can get a Pixie and Aerocinno for $204+Tax and the $100 credit from Sur La Table.

well, you can get the $100 from any authorized retailer. and who is Sur price matching? their policy is a bit stricter than other stores.
post #404 of 912
Brookstone. But if BS is an authorized dealer the deal would be a bit sweeter since they're also giving out a $20 in-store credit for purchases over $99.
post #405 of 912
Brookstone is the biggest piece of shit company on earth. Do not, under any circumstances, buy anything from them other than a sound machine or a massager vibrator.
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