expired Nescafe Dolce Gusto Coffee Pods 16pk $6.50ea (Save $2) @ Coles

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Starts this Wednesday. Available for $6.50ea for these rarely discounted pods.
Slightly cheaper than the 3 for $20 Amazon deal a couple of months ago.

Flavours include:

Cafe Au Lait 16pk 160g
Americano 16pk 128g
Flat White 16pk 187g
Cappuccino 186g (Requires 2 pods per drink)
Espresso Intenso 16pk 96g

Extra info: For those who purchase/use Dolce Gusto, make sure to sign up here where you can recycle your pods.

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  • +4 votes

    Hopefully Amazon AU Pricematch, so you can take advantage of the 15% off $30+ Spend on select Pantry Food & Drink Promotion

  • +3 votes

    I took up the recent deal posted for the Nespresso and it’s way better than my Dolce Gusto one. Much bigger range. Better pods. Smaller machine. Etc.

    Goodbye Dolce Gusto. Your system is meh.

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      Which machine did you go with?

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      Bigger range? You mean like 50 that sound the same?

      This one atleast has some variety and kid friendly stuff too…. also has tea varieties. Hot and cold too…

      Dolce Gusto is pretty good for the variety side of it…

      I got the Mini too, but the tonnes of flavours I have got are all basically the same thing to a normal Coffee person like me.

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        The ones I tried so far taste a bit different to me. Some very subtly but it’s there.

  • +1 vote

    Flat white contains instant coffee.

    Imo the best one is latte machiato or cappuccino. They contain real coffee, but it just depends on one's tastes.

    Chai Tea latte is pretty good too, just doesn't seem available from this deal however.

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      ahh thanks for explaining, had this for the first time in a hotel in Bali, was really impressed by the cappucchino

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    I moved out from Nespresso essenza mini… I havent tried all thr ranges but better than reviews i saw on dolce gustos..
    Glad to see discounted on capsules.

  • +3 votes

    It's a good alternative for those who don't have access to fresh milk on hand. We used to have it in our office in Singapore.

    • +3 votes

      Yep, that is a big advantage. I keep it upstairs and can make a coffee and sit outside in peace without having to push through the kids and noise in the kitchen.

  • +2 votes

    These are good value for money. And the milk pods are a massive bonus.

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    It was 3 for $18 last week. I believe it was only online though. Good deal OP. Just wish coles would sell nesquik pods as well

  • +1 vote

    Coles now have their own Dolce Gusto range of capsules (also at this price). I've never seen the Nescafe brand discounted. Perhaps they didn't sell as many once they introduced their own label range and now need to shift them.

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      Thanks and well done for letting us know about the Coles brand DG compatibles!! I never knew they had started selling their own. I'll be grabbing some to try out.
      Cheers!

  • +1 vote

    That capsule recycling project is ridiculous to sustainably carry out for individuals.. Minimum collection is 7 kilos. How much gram is an empty pod? Not even 20?

    • +1 vote

      IMPORTANT NOTICE: The minimum shipment weight required to earn TerraCycle points has been increased to 7kg.

      You can still recycle below 7kg, you just won't earn points for anything below 7kg (increased from 3kg).

      You may send in any size shipment up to 22 kilos through this Brigade program.

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        You have to pay to recycle though right?

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          It's free, you can either drop it off at a public drop off point or send it in the post.

          TerraCycle will pay for postage, you just request a postage label, stick it on the package then drop it off at a post office. It's a reply paid shipping label.

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    anyone used a refillable pod?

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      yep…buy these for around $10 au and get some espresso ground coffee beans of your own liking
      re-caps refillable pods for dolce gusto machines

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        how do you load the pod so that the machine know to puncture the hole where the refillable pod hole is located?

        and if you line it wrong, would it puncture through the plastic?

        where do you buy your expresso ground coffee beans?
        and is it taste as good?

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          use a dolce gusto pod as a reference guide…mark the pod tray where the machine punctures the hole
          if you line it up wrong then yes it will puncture the plastic… but you wont do this as you have marked a guide

          buy beans wherever you like….coles woolies(lavazza, vittoria), aldi, delis, specialty coffee shops etc
          tastes better as you can choose your own variety of beans

  • +1 vote

    We love the Cole brand ones at this price, I don't see the difference.

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    re-caps refillable pods for dolce gusto machines
    cheaper. better for the environment. better coffee

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      Have you actually used these though? Is there an art to packing the coffee in?

    • +1 vote

      I commend you on your efforts.

      I normally make cold brew coffee and don't have to deal with plastic waste or any real waste whatsoever.

      I am also running the dolce gusto drop machine, and can't believe how much waste they create. I cut them open and empty the coffee into green waste and then stack the pods before disposal to save some space. I'll probably stop using them soon and just buy a real espresso machine (I've used them in the past), much less waste and much less effort.

  • +1 vote

    Available on Coles eBay for $5.20 with PINKIE code

    However you'll need eBay plus to get free shipping over $49 spend.

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    What's a good machine to run these with?

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