Coffee machines are fine addition to any kitchen, but they can also be seriously expensive – so much so, you might be tempted to just fritter away that money with your local, friendly barista instead. Well, now you can have fine, home-based coffee without shelling out three figures, thanks to Currys' 58% off deal on the Nespresso VertuoPlus. Not in the UK? Check out some other Nespresso VertuoPlus deals in your region at the bottom of this article.
This pod machine usually costs £179.99, but for its Cyber Monday deals Currys has slashed that down to just £75, an incredible offer that beats any price we've seen elsewhere, including Amazon. Although if you want the machine with a milk frother, Amazon does have the lowest price on the VertuoPlus bundle.
Because the Nespresso VertuoPlus is a pod machine, you just drop in a Vertuo capsule, hit the start button, and that's it. The machine's centrifusion tech means you get a frothy crema, and can serve up a coffee in all sizes, including alto, mug, gran lungo and espresso.
Another big bonus with this deal is that you get 100 free coffee pods, which should last you for the first few months, and two free months of the Nespresso Coffee Subscription, if you register the machine online.
The VertuoPlus also promises to pre-heat in just 15-20 seconds, which means it'll be ready for action as soon as coffee desperation strikes.
Not in the UK? Check out the best Nespresso VertuoPlus prices in your region:
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