Coffee machine sales: the best deals and discounts for April 2020 – from £29.99

These coffee machine sales are cheap, cheerful and caffeine-fuelled...

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Looking to shop a coffee machine sale? If you can't function before having your coffee fix, then the best coffee machine should definitely be high up on your "to buy" list right now. Why? We're all working from home at the moment and all of the coffee shops are closed (sobs). Really, there's no better time to master the art of coffee making than now!

So, whether you're looking to buy a pod machine, a bean to cup model or an espresso machine, these are the top deals for April 2020. This way you'll save money on your daily coffee shop brew and you can show your fancy new machine off to your mates when they're finally allowed to come over again. Oh, and you might finally get through a day working from home without needing a nap at lunchtime.

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Coffee machine retailer sales

  • Amazon: Shop big brand coffee machines for small prices
  • AO: Coffee machine deals from £50!
  • Appliances Direct: Shop all types of coffee machines in their sale
  • Argos: New low prices on selected coffee machines 
  • Hughes: Save up to £100 on coffee machines in the sale
  • John Lewis: FREE barista pack with selected machines
  • Very: HUGE coffee machine sale currently live on site

The best coffee machine sales to shop today

Tassimo Happy Single Serve Pod Coffee Machine | Was £99.99, now £29.99 at Very
What a bargain! This coffee machine has £70 off, it's compact and it can make a huge range of drinks with the touch of one button. It heats up quick and cleans itself, too. A great first coffee machine...View Deal

Cookworks CM5013B-GS Espresso Coffee Machine | Was £59.99, now £54.99 at Argos
This sleek-looking espresso machine packs a punch. Simply pop your beans in and it does the rest for you! It has a milk frother included, a 1.2 litre water tank which is both transparent and removable, as well as a cup warmer function. The best part? It automatically turns itself on if left unattended for 29 minutes.View Deal

Nescafe Dolce Gusto Mini Me | Was £99.99, now £65 at Amazon
This Nescafé coffee machine is great! It features a 0.8l removable water tank for easy cleaning, it has a maximum 15 bar pump pressure and since it's a pod machine, you'll have your choice of 40 different drinks to make. Not only that but there'll be less mess to clean up, too. You can also control the coffee strength for the days you're feeling slightly worse for wear and are surviving off five hours sleep *cough* hangover *cough* who said that?View Deal

Morphy Richards 162100 Bean to Cup Filter Coffee Machine | Was £79.99, now £69.99 at Argos
This filter coffee machine makes life easy if you're someone who drinks coffee constantly throughout your day. It's easy to use, works with any type of beans or pre-ground coffee and it can be popped on a timer so that you wake up to hot coffee every morning. View Deal

Nespresso By Krups Vertuo Plus XN903140 Coffee Machine | Was £179.99, now £100 at Hughes
There's a huge £100 off this coffee pod machine right now at Hughes! It looks the part, plays the part and is a definite must-have for the coffee snobs out there. It's the only way to enjoy full-bodied coffee and espresso while in lockdown...View Deal

Swan Retro Pump Espresso Coffee Machine | Was £89.95, now £86 at Amazon
We'll be watching out for more price drops on this one, but we don't blame you for wanting it now. This coffee machine is just so gorgeous, but it's not style over substance. The star of the show here is the milk frothing wand, praised by lots of happy cappuccino and latte drinkers. Milky coffee fans, this one's for you. View Deal

Sage Nespresso Creatista Uno | Was £329.95, now £229 at Amazon
Usually, this coffee machine would take a £329.95-sized chunk from your wallet, but now, thanks to this deal, it only costs £229. Not for long though. Want to know more before you press buy? Keep scrolling.View Deal

Coffee machines by brand

Already know where you want your coffee machine to come from? Use the links on the right to shop machines by brand. We've listed the best prices on the internet on some of our favourite models.

DeLonghi coffee machines

De'Longhi coffee machines are the best choice for coffee lovers who want a lot of versatility to how they make their coffee. Want to be able to switch between ground coffee and pods? Choose the De’Longhi Scultura model. Want to experiment between grinding your own beans and using pre-ground coffee? The De'Longhi Caffe Corso is your guy. These are the best prices on the web today:

Nespresso coffee machines

Nespresso coffee machines hardly need an introduction – for many people it is always 'Nespresso, what else?'. Nespresso's pod coffee machines are known for being super simple to use while producing excellent quality espresso with proper crema. The Vertuo Plus model can even do an espresso lungo. If you like your coffee barista-style, though, go for the Creatista Uno, which is the most advanced Nespresso model complete with its own steam wand.

Tassimo coffee machines

Tassimo coffee machines are made by Bosch, and they're very reliable, as well as being versatile. The Tassimo My Way, for example, will accept forty different types of coffee. Our favourite, though, is probably the Tassimo Happy, which features Intellibrew technology that ensures that the correct amount of water at the right temperature is used every time. 

Sage coffee machines

Sage are like the Rolls Royce of coffee machines – these are serious investment pieces for true espresso aficionados. The Heston Blumental range is especially impressive, with tonnes of different settings that will help you achieve exactly the consistency and temperature you desire. Not cheap, so definitely worth hunting for a deal.

Lavazza coffee machines

Lavazza coffee machines have a passionate following with fans of the authentic Italian coffee experience. The A Modo Mio Idola has garnered five stars from our expert coffee machine reviewer – but all of the Lavazza machines, especially in the A Modo Mio series, boast super-easy interfaces, compact design, and amazing quality coffee.

Deals on our top-rated coffee machines

Want an affordable coffee machine but also want to ensure you’re buying the best? The coffee machines below have been given the Real Homes seal of approval, meaning they’re worth the investment. We’ve also listed their cheapest prices. 

Read more at the best coffee machines: from pods to ground and bean to cup.

Cheap coffee machines

If you didn’t find the coffee machine sale you were after above, don’t worry, we’ve got tons more cheap coffee machine options below. We're kicking things off with our best coffee machines and their best prices, then you can use the links on the right to jump to cheap pod coffee machines, cheap espresso machines and more.

Filter coffee machine deals

Looking for a cheap filter coffee machine? There are plenty below. All from different retailers, too. Have a browse.

Cheap espresso machine deals

Big espresso drinker? Buy a dedicated espresso machine to suit your needs. Just to help you out, we’ve put a list of the cheapest models below.

Pod coffee machine deals

After a pod coffee machine? From Nespresso to Nescafé and Bosch, there’s a deal to suit everyone below. And we’ve listed prices from the cheapest retailers, too.

Pump coffee machine deals

Below we’ve listed the cheapest pump coffee machines on the internet right now. What are you waiting for?

Bean to cup coffee machine deals

Found your favourite coffee beans and don’t ever want to change brand? Buy a bean to cup coffee machine to experiment with your beans and create barista-style coffee at home. Imagine all the money you’d save.

What type of coffee machine should I buy?

Whether you’re a coffee aficionado or just like to have a brew to help you out of bed in the morning, we can advise you on the best coffee machine to buy.

If you’re a lover of American-style coffee, you prefer to make a pot of coffee rather than a cup, and you ideally want a machine that’s cheap to run, opt for a filter coffee machine. Not only are they easy to use, they’re more often than not reasonably priced, and ideal for large households with several coffee drinkers.

If you often spend your mornings in a rush, are stuck for worktop space or you like to experiment with your coffee, the pod coffee machine will suit you: simply pop in a pod, press the button and within seconds, out comes your drink. They’re more often than not compact, can make several different drinks and flavours, and many models are smart, meaning you can get your coffee going by using an app on your phone.

Known for your love of espresso? A pump machine should be your next purchase. If you want silky coffee (who doesn’t?), these machines let you grind, tamp and craft your own coffee. They do come in automatically operated versions, too.

If you’re a committed coffee drinker, then we suggest you splurge on a bean-to-cup-coffee machine. They’re the easiest way to make several drinks at one time, and it’s all fresh and of the best quality. It’ll definitely impress guests, too.

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