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nick205

posted on 20/1/22 at 10:01 AM Reply With Quote
Nespresso coffee pods - where to get mail order?

Morning all,

Can anyone direct me to a good low cost mail order source for Nespresso compatible coffee pods please?

I'm after normal and decaf and happy to buy in reasonable volume if the price is better than supermarkets.

Thanks all

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Mr Whippy

posted on 20/1/22 at 12:25 PM Reply With Quote
I watched a vid on these things, where the manufacturer was trying to make other suppliers pots not work with their machines but people found that if you put an old lid on the new pot the machine would still read the pod as compatible

I had one of these machines myself but found it a really expensive way to get a coffee and I also tended to both drink too many and was going for increasingly stronger and elaborate coffee's. It's no wonder my blood pressure reached (literally) off the chart levels! tbh I was very lucky not to end up dead

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Russell

posted on 20/1/22 at 12:47 PM Reply With Quote
Keep an eye out on yankeebundles. They haven't got any in stock at the mo but I've been buying short-ish dated Costa aluminium Nespresso pods from there for between £10 and £12 per hundred delivered.
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nick205

posted on 20/1/22 at 02:39 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Mr Whippy
I watched a vid on these things, where the manufacturer was trying to make other suppliers pots not work with their machines but people found that if you put an old lid on the new pot the machine would still read the pod as compatible

I had one of these machines myself but found it a really expensive way to get a coffee and I also tended to both drink too many and was going for increasingly stronger and elaborate coffee's. It's no wonder my blood pressure reached (literally) off the chart levels! tbh I was very lucky not to end up dead



Noted

A couple of decaf coffees in the morning for me at home or at work.

Never much like instant coffee.

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nick205

posted on 20/1/22 at 02:39 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Russell
Keep an eye out on yankeebundles. They haven't got any in stock at the mo but I've been buying short-ish dated Costa aluminium Nespresso pods from there for between £10 and £12 per hundred delivered.



Noted and will take a look - I hadn't come across that one before so thanks.

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chillis

posted on 20/1/22 at 05:28 PM Reply With Quote
We get ours direct from Nespresso usually turn up within 24hrs and all done online. Have tried various supermarket ones most of which don't seem to be any cheaper or are just plain crap.

[Edited on 20/1/22 by chillis]





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ReMan

posted on 20/1/22 at 11:01 PM Reply With Quote
Have you tried the Aldi ones?





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Russell

posted on 21/1/22 at 08:35 AM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by ReMan
Have you tried the Aldi ones?


I have, and they tend to taste like I've licked an ashtray

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Mr Whippy

posted on 21/1/22 at 01:04 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Russell
quote:
Originally posted by ReMan
Have you tried the Aldi ones?


I have, and they tend to taste like I've licked an ashtray


how do you know? have you tried this???

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Russell

posted on 21/1/22 at 03:46 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Mr Whippy
quote:
Originally posted by Russell
quote:
Originally posted by ReMan
Have you tried the Aldi ones?


I have, and they tend to taste like I've licked an ashtray


how do you know? have you tried this???


Ooh yes! Deep rich notes of Benson and Hedges hit the palate, then wheelbarrows full of Rothmans, followed by a delightful lingering aftertaste of stale Camel.

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nick205

posted on 21/1/22 at 05:10 PM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by ReMan
Have you tried the Aldi ones?



Yes, usually ok tasting and work fine in our machine. Often reasonably priced, but I'm always on the lookout for a bargain.

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Rallychris

posted on 21/1/22 at 09:11 PM Reply With Quote
Not as cheap as the Aldi ones, but we have a subscription from Moving Beans largely for the compostable capsules - https://www.movingbeans.com/

The ‘reserve espresso’ is particularly nice. Works out at just under £20 for 6 packs of 10 delivered.

Chris





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nick205

posted on 21/1/22 at 11:04 PM Reply With Quote
Thanks Chris, will take a look.
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sebastiaan

posted on 22/1/22 at 03:10 PM Reply With Quote
Life's too short for cheap & bad coffee. And this is Locostbuilders! https://www.instructables.com/Rancilio-Silvia-PID/
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nick205

posted on 23/1/22 at 08:45 AM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by sebastiaan
Life's too short for cheap & bad coffee. And this is Locostbuilders! https://www.instructables.com/Rancilio-Silvia-PID/



Agreed, I don't want to drink bad coffee!

SWMBO bought our Krups Nespresso coffee pod machine a while back. It works fine and I'm not about to spend more £££ on another machine. I'm just looking for alternative (hopefully cheaper) sources to buy the pods. I feel the sellers possibly cash in a bit.

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Russell

posted on 23/1/22 at 02:25 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Russell
Keep an eye out on yankeebundles. They haven't got any in stock at the mo but I've been buying short-ish dated Costa aluminium Nespresso pods from there for between £10 and £12 per hundred delivered.


They're back. £13 for 120 Costa pods delivered YankeeBundles

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nick205

posted on 24/1/22 at 09:22 AM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by Russell
quote:
Originally posted by Russell
Keep an eye out on yankeebundles. They haven't got any in stock at the mo but I've been buying short-ish dated Costa aluminium Nespresso pods from there for between £10 and £12 per hundred delivered.


They're back. £13 for 120 Costa pods delivered YankeeBundles



Yep - spotted them or rather SWMBO did!

I put her on to https://www.yankeebundles.com/ and she's now looking at what's on there. Under very strict guidance NOT to fill our house with needless junk.

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