What's better than a brilliant coffee machine? A brilliant coffee machine with free coffee. And that's exactly what you can get from Currys in its excellent new coffee machine deal. Simply buy a bean to cup coffee machine costing £350 or more and you can claim up to 6 bags of 500g Mount Blend coffee via your free Volcano Coffee Works account. That's up to 3 kilos of amazing coffee, completely free.
Why bean to cup coffee makers are brilliant
There are lots of coffee machines on the market, and some of our very favourite ones are called bean to cup coffee machines. As the name suggests, that means they take care of the whole process for you – and because they start with coffee beans, which they grind fresh on demand, they produce spectacular coffee every single time. Not only that but they're capable of making all kinds of coffee-related drinks: espresso and black coffee, flat whites, Americanos, lattes and many more. Some can even make cold brew.
The other thing we like about bean to cup coffee makers is that they're ideal for everybody from absolute beginners to serious coffee aficionados. With your bean to cup machine you can be your own barista, tweaking the controls to get your coffee just so, or you can get the machine to do absolutely everything. That's ideal if you like to relax with your coffee at the weekend but tend to be short of time on bleary-eyed weekday mornings.
How to get tons of great coffee absolutely free
Currys' brilliant free coffee deal is available on some of the very best coffee makers you can buy, such as the superb De'Longhi PrimaDonna Soul ECAM610.75 Smart Bean to Cup Coffee Machine in silver and black. With 19 bars of pressure, personalised coffee settings, a built-in milk frother and one-touch drink making, it's the perfect machine for all kinds of coffee – and with a capacity of 2.2L it's capable of making drinks for everybody. It's currently on special offer, reduced from the usual £1,379.99 to just £979.
Fancy something that looks a little more traditional? The Breville Signature Espresso VCF160 Bean to Cup Coffee Machine combines classic good looks with serious coffee making capabilities including adjustable water temperature, 15 bars of pressure, an integrated steam wand for creamy cappuccinos and the ability to make two cups simultaneously. We particularly love the intelligent grind feature which takes the guesswork out of making the perfect shot: no matter what kind of coffee you're making, it measures out and serves up the perfect amount every time. There's a great deal on this coffee maker too: for a limited time it's just £499 compared to the usual £699.
The machine we're lusting after is the incredible Siemens TE651209GB EQ6 S100 Bean to Cup Coffee Machine. It may not have an exciting name but it has a very exciting range of features including dual compatibility, so you can choose between freshly ground beans or use ground coffee. No matter what kind of cups you're making, the CoffeeSelect display on the integrated touchscreen means it's just one touch away – and thanks to the precise integrated ceramDrive grinder, it delivers truly sensational coffee with every grind. And right now it's available for an equally sensational price: instead of the usual £999 it's just £499.
Where to get your free coffee
In order to get your free coffee, all you need to do is buy your coffee maker from Currys and sign up for a free Volcano Works account. Then it's just a matter of claiming your coffee: one free bag for any bean to cup machine costing between £350 and £599.99; three free bags for machines between £600 and £999.99; and a whopping six bags with any bean to cup machine costing £1,000 or more.
When you buy your coffee maker from Currys you're also getting an unbeatable mix of stellar customer service, flexible delivery and collection, guaranteed price matching and no-quibble returns policy. All that and free coffee too.
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