Fancy investing in a proper posh coffee machine to ease you through winter’s dark mornings? Look no further. You can bag a brilliant Black Friday coffee machine deal with help from our guide to the top deals on pod, bean-to-cup, and classic espresso coffee machines. We’ve scoured the net to find the best offers available this Balck Friday weekend from brands that we love like De’Longhi, Sage, Russell Hobbs, Morphy Richards, Nespresso, and Breville. So if it’s brilliant Black Friday coffee machine deals you’re looking for, we’ve discovered great offers on some seriously good coffee machines to help you though this season’s shorter days.
Now that Black Friday has officially kicked off, the best coffee machines are always a popular choice on any Christmas wish-list, so there’s no time like the present to get a headstart on present buying in time for the holidays. Whether you’re buying for yourself or to treat a loved one, these Black Friday coffee machine deals will save you money in the long run since you won’t need to visit a coffee shop for a proper brew.
We’ve listed all the best coffee machine deals available this weekend – all you need to do is scroll through them all and find the ideal machine for your needs. Price-wise, the cheapest coffee machines tend to be filter machines, with pod coffee machines costing slightly more. From there, there’s a big price jump to bean-to-cup coffee machines, but these often have the biggest discounts at this time of year so if you were thinking on investing in one, now’s your chance. Whatever you choose, you’re bound to find the best Black Friday coffee machine deal for you if you take the plunge today.
Black Friday coffee machine deals: where to buy
- Amazon deals: lightning deals and exclusive offers on all our favourite brands
- AO.com deals: Big discounts on super stylish Krups machines, and more
- Argos deals: the best selection of filter coffee machines around
- Currys deals: compact and convenient pod coffee machines from various brands
- John Lewis & Partners deals: premium bean-to-cup models with brilliant discounts
- Robert Dyas deals: discover Swan, Salter, Ariete and other budget-friendly options
- Very deals: save £££ on stylish machines by De’Longhi, Sage and Nespresso
Black Friday coffee machine deals: today’s top discounts
Sage Barista Pro Espresso Machine: was £699, now £599 at Amazon (save £100)
Save £100 on Sage’s smart coffee machine. With manual grinding and a steam wand, it still has a smart display to keep you involved in the process. This includes dose control grinding and precise espresso extraction.
TASSIMO by Bosch Style TAS1102GB Coffee Machine: was £79.99, now £29.99 at Currys (save £51)
Get quality Tassimo coffee from Bosch with the Style Tassimo. It can make brews from Cadbury’s, Kenco, and more
NESPRESSO by KRUPS Vertuo Plus: was £79, now £69 at Currys (save £10)
The Vertuo Plus is the latest Nespresso launch, and it’s incredibly stylish, too. The water holder swivels for any countertop, and it has a mighty 19 bars of pressure.
Sage Barista Express Bean to Cup Coffee Machine BES875BKS: was £599.95, now £417.99 at Amazon (save £181.96)
Fancy yourself as a bit of a barista? This super slick machine will help you hone your skills with handy features like dose control grinding to avoid waste. It may lack the LCD screen that the Pro model (above) has, but it’s a whole lot cheaper.
Black Friday pod coffee machine deals
Love coffee but hate the hassle? Then the sheer convenience of one of the best pod coffee machines is right up youre street. Stylish and compact, they’ll deliver your coffee in super quick time without the mess, fuss and slow brew time of a filter machine. There are some brilliant Black Friday weekend deals available now on pod machines by some of the best manufacturers like Nespresso, Dolce Gusto and Tassimo.
NESPRESSO by Sage Creatista Pro SNE900BSS Coffee Machine in Silver: was £679, now £499 (save £180) at Currys
The robustly built Sage Creatista Pro features a cleaver touchscreen to help you choose your coffee quickly and easily on bleary-eyed mornings, while the fully automatic steaming wand will froth milk up perfectly.
De’Longhi Dolce Gusto EDG225.W Genio S Pod Coffee Machine | was £79.99, now £59.99 at Amazon (save £20)
The Genio S Pod Coffee Machine is very adjustable and can be used to make 50 brews. It has an 800ml capacity and is compact enough for any kitchen.
Black Friday filter coffee machine deals
Filter machines are usually the most affordable option where a freshly brewed coffee is concerned. Another compact piece of kit, they won’t take up too much space on your countertop and they usually come in a wide array of colourways, too.
Black Friday bean-to-cup coffee machine deals
The best bean-to-cup coffee machines will come either with a wand for frothing milk by hand, or with a milk compartment where the job is done for you. Look out for a warming tray on top with room for multiple cups – this will ensure you serve your drink extra hot.
These machines have whopping discounts in the Black Friday coffee machine sales, with some reduced by as much as 50 percent. For that reason – and the fact they would make excellent Christmas gifts – we can easily see these deals selling out before we even get to Cyber Monday.
De’Longhi Dinamica Plus: was £949, now £699 at Amazon (save £250)
When we tried this machine in our De’Longhi Dinamica Plus review, it wowed us with its automatic coffee modes and high-quality milk dispenser. With nearly £300 off, it’s a great deal.
De’Longhi Eletta Cappuccino Fully Automatic Bean to Cup Machine: was £999.99, now £529.99, Amazon (save £470)
Can you really argue with an enormous £470 off a smart coffee machine? The milk tank can be kept in the fridge and it can make literally hundreds of combinations of coffee drinks depending on how you like your beans ground or milk levels. Oh and it cleans itself, too.
What type of coffee maker is best for me?
Bean-to-cup coffee machines
Serious coffee aficionados should consider a bean-to-cup machine. This won’t just deliver a freshly ground, aromatic cup of coffee. Unlike machines that use pre-ground coffee in pods or capsules, a bean-to-cup encourages you to get creative – try different beans and roasts, vary how coarse or smooth you like your grind, experiment with water temperature (up to a maximum of 98C – any higher and your coffee will taste bitter), steam and how much milk, until you find your favourite combination.
Keeping your machine clean and scale-free is key to getting years of problem-free use out of it and if it’s tricky to maintain, you’re less likely to use it regularly. Look for a model that offers an easy clean option combined with one where the milk doesn’t enter the internal machinery, avoiding any fiddly disassembly. Larger than pod machines due to the internal grinder, bean-to-cup models can live on your countertop, but do consider the space they’ll take up.
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Pod coffee machines
If you can’t function without a coffee first thing in the morning, but dread the rigmarole of making a decent cup from scratch, you need a pod coffee machine. There’s no faffing about grinding beans, measuring out the right amount of grounds, or cleaning up the mess they make.
These little machines are so simple to use, taking pods of coffee that’s been roasted, ground and sealed for freshness. Steaming water is forced through the pod at a high bar pressure, creating a tasty drink with a thick ‘crema’ of coffee extract on top, which is the key to a tasty espresso.
Some machines go a step further and have pods for longer, milk-based drinks, so you don’t even have to work wonders with a frothing arm to get a creamy cappuccino, mocha or latte. When choosing your system you’ll be tied into the manufacturer’s pod range, which might include a wide variety of coffees, or a smaller choice with teas and hot chocolates, so research before you buy.
Filter or drip coffee machines
Russell Hobbs invented the first fully automated coffee pot with a keep warm function back in 1952, and these machines have since become a fixture of many an office and kitchen since.
The pros and cons of filter – or drip as it’s known in the States – coffee machines are quite simple. The main con is they only make one type of drink – filter coffee. To add milk and sugar is really the only way to mix things up.
The main pro is that they can make a lot of drink at once. 12 cups of coffee in one jug is common. A decent machine will also come with a cup warmer – heating cups beforehand will keep your drinks hotter for longer. Some brands (KitchenAid, for one) have models that can be used with flasks, so you can brew your coffee to go.