Want a coffee shop-style cuppa at home? We've discovered the best deals on Nespresso, manual espresso, filter and automatic coffee machines
If you’re looking for the best coffee machine deals, then you’ve come to the right place. We keep this page updated year-round with the best price drops and sales on our favourite and best reviewed coffee machines.
Grabbing a caffeinated (or decaffeinated) pick-me-up at your local coffee shop may have become a habit, but you’ll be able to make far cheaper and often better tasting coffee if you have a good quality coffee machine on your kitchen worktop. Partner a good quality machine with a travel mug, and you’ll be able to enjoy your home crafted coffee on the commute to work.
From Nespresso to manual espresso and filter to bean-to-cup, this handy roundup of the best coffee machine deals in the UK will help you craft barista-style brews from the comfort of your own kitchen and save (lots of) cash in the long run.
If you like your coffee strong and your deals even stronger, you’re in for a treat here with plenty of bargains to take advantage of. We’ve put together a list of the best coffee machine deals below, so read on for great discounts on Nespresso, Sage, Lavazza, De’Longhi machines and more.
The best coffee machine deals
When we reviewed the Barista Sublime it cost around £105 – and we loved it. Now that it’s £69 at Amazon, it’s a great buy – and a worthy alternative to Nespresso’s similarly affordable models. It accepts standard Nespresso capsules (albeit not Vertuo capsules), but it also accepts L’OR’s own capsules, so you can opt for L’OR’s own XXL Espresso pods if you like the idea of super-strong coffee at your fingertips.
Nespresso’s latest offering, the pint-sized Vertuo Pop retains all the great features of the Vertuo Next – quality coffee, variable drinks sizes, simple operation – but in a cute, much more compact design. As part of an eye-catching deal, you can currently pick up this petite machine for half its launch price. Even better, buy now and you’ll receive 50 Vertuo capsules for free. Brilliant!
We’ve had some good experiences with Breville’s affordable manual espresso machines, and this Bijou is by far the cheapest of the bunch. For £100, it’s a tempting starter machine for anyone who wants to whip up a cheeky espresso and put their barista ambitions to the test. At this price, we’d snap one up.
Imagine being able to whip up lattes, cappuccinos and macchiatos and more at the touch of a button. If that sounds like a dream come true, then the Magnifica Evo can make those dreams a reality. It’s relatively compact by bean-to-cup machine standards, and it produces decent coffee without the need to fiddle with the various settings. It sold out in Amazon’s Prime Day sales it’s as cheap as it gets. A great buy for the time-starved coffee drinker.
Our favourite entry-level manual espresso machine, the De’Longhi Dedica Style is effective and easy to use, suiting total beginners and tentative intermediate coffee aficionados alike. The Dedica fluctuates in price quite often, dropping down during yearly sales events, but if you see it for around £150 or less, snap it up.
For those of you who have a preference for filter coffee, the Therm Deluxe fills a unique, high-end niche. Easy to use, stylishly designed, with a removable water reservoir and a heated jug, the Melitta Aroma Elegance Therm Deluxe has everything you could want in a filter coffee machine. Selling at an average price of £108 on Amazon, you can currently grab one for just £89 with this solid discount.