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Prime Day coffee machine deals: Massive savings on Sage, Nespresso and more

Looking to up your coffee game but not sure which machine to get this Prime Day? You’re far from alone.

Since Prime Day 2022 started we’ve seen scores of stellar looking coffee machine deals hit storefronts. The wealth of choice is great but it also means knowing which set to get for your specific needs and budget can be tricky. This is especially true as many of the deals are on smaller sets from brands you may not have heard of.

Here to make sure you invest in a good deal on a machine worth owning, our team of product experts has scoured Amazon’s storefront to find the best deals currently running. Every deal we recommend is based on our expert knowledge, or experience reviewing the machines on offer and pricing research to make sure it is actually a good saving.

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This page will be updated throughout Prime Day with all the latest coffee machine deals we spot. If you’re interested in checking out our curated picks of all the best savings to be had then also make sure to jump over to our main Prime Day 2022 live blog.

Krups EA811840 Arabica

If you want a full manual machine, but don’t want to re-mortgage your house, then we’d recommend checking out Amazon’s latest Krups EA811840 Arabica deal. The machine is currently retailing for £190.99, which marks a massive 58% (£259.00) saving on its regular price. We were impressed with the machine when we tested it with our reviewer awarding it 4/5 recommended. Highlights include a compact, small flat friendly design, decent build quality and consistently brilliant espresso.

Sage Barista Express

We haven’t reviewed the Sage Barista Express, but based on our experience testing the Pro model, which scored 4.5 /5 when we tested it, we’re happy to recommend this model, especially given its current price. You can pick up the Sage Barista Express for just: £406.99 at the moment, marking a healthy 35% (£222.96) saving on its regular price. For the money you’ll be treated to a compact bean to cup coffee machine with all the trimmings you’ll need to take your morning coffee game to the next level.

Morphy Richards 163007

If, like us, you like to have more than a few cups of coffee while working from home then you’ll want to take advantage of Amazon’s current Morphy Richards 163007 Prime Day deal. The deal lets you pickup the Morphy Richards 163007 filter coffee machine for £33.99. That’s a £26 discount on its regular RRP. Though aficionados will likely want to invest in a bean to cup, for home office workers we loved the machine when we reviewed it, awarding it a 4/5 recommended.

Nespresso Creatista Plus Coffee Machine by Sage

The Sage Creatista Uno is one of the best Nespresso machines that we’ve reviewed. We loved the way that it combines a traditional Nespresso machine with proper (automated) milk frothing into a jug. It meant that you could have the convenience of a Nespresso machine but the ability to pour milk like a professional barista.

The Nespresso Creatista Plus is the step-up from the coffee machine that we reviewed. It has all of the same features, but an LCD screen for selecting options and milk frothing type based on the drink, such as a flat white. That makes this coffee machine even easier to use.

One of the more expensive Nespresso machines, Amazon is slicing 46% off the normal price, so you can pick this machine up for just £259.99.

Nespresso Vertuo Plus

Using a completely different type of capsule to the original Nespresso machines, the Nespresso Vertuo Plus is a new way of making coffee. Here, the focus isn’t on espresso shots (although the machine can make them), but on larger mugs of coffee.

Cleverly, the machine reads the barcode on the capsule, which tells it how long to pour for and how the capsule should be spun, as the Nespresso Vertuo Plus uses centrifugal force for brewing. The result is a cup of coffee unlike anything you’ve tasted before, and our go-to machine for a cup of coffee in the morning.

The Nespresso Vertuo Plus is the original Vertuo machine. It has a large water tank and a fancy motorised lift that lifts up (and down) at the touch of a button. It can do everything that the newer Vertuo Next can do, except use the larger Pour-Over capsules.

This is a feature we’d happily overlook with Amazon offering the Nespresso Vertuo Plus for just £69.99, a 65% price cut.

De’Longhi Scultura

It’s not a machine that we’ve reviewed, but the De’Longhi Scultura has good user reviews and it does something that’s not commonly available elsewhere: gives you a manual espresso-making experience in a small, well-priced machine.

Get your finely ground coffee, tamp it into place, and the Scultura can make espresso for you, giving you similar to results as to a proper coffee shop.

Fancy adding milk? There’s a steamer wand on hand, so you can froth your milk and pour it. With a little practice, you can even pour latte art and pour professional-looking coffee.

On Prime Day, the Scultura is available for just £134.99, down from its list price of £229.99.

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