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Claim Up to $100 Cashback via Redemption on Vertuo Coffee Machines @ Nespresso

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Nespresso is running a Father's Day Promotion offering cashback on their Vertuo Coffee Machines

The following products purchased from a Participating Retailer during the Promotional Period receive $100 cash back via redemption from Nespresso (“Cash Back”).

  • Vertuo & Aeroccino3
  • Vertuo Next & Aeroccino3
  • VertuoPlus & Aeroccino3

The following products purchased from a Participating Retailer during the Promotional Period receive $60 cash back via redemption from Nespresso (“Cash Back”).

  • Vertuo
  • Vertuo Next
  • VertuoPlus

A Participating Product does not include:
Nespresso Business Solution machines; or
Commercial sales, second-hand, refurbished, trade seconds of similar products as determined by Nespresso in its sole discretion; or
Nespresso Original Line machines.

A Participating Retailer is not www.nespresso.com or Nespresso via phone 1800 623 033, Nespresso Boutiques, or the official Nespresso eBay store.

A maximum of three (3) claims in total will be accepted per customer during the Promotional Period, provided each claim represents the separate purchase of a Participating Product.

Participating Retailers: Retailers who sell Participating Products in Australia and operate from shop fronts in Australia including both the physical shop front and online store operated by such retailers and which display promotional material.
Note: Costco is not a Participating Retailer.

Full T&C's: https://www.nespresso.com/au/en/machine-promotion

Better deal would be to get additional discounts by stacking with JB Hi-Fi, Good Guys and other stores Gift Cards

Other Nespresso coffee capsule deals to combine this offer with:
https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/642868
https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/639169

Nespresso is also offering "Coffee Credit" of up to $60 on selected Original Machines (same link has full details)

Cheers

This is part of Father's Day deals for 2021.

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  • Should I get one of these, or an aeropress? Have been waiting for an aeropress to drop slightly in price from Amazon.

    But I've got $60 credit from tgg, and looks like these machines cost $200-$300 from tgg. Which translates to $40 to $140 after cashback and my tgg credit.

    • Do not forget to buy extended warranty — You'll need it.

      • For the nespresso? Really?! Do they have a high failure rate

        • +1

          I can no longer find the negative reviews in the Nespresso website.

          Whether it is Delonghi or Breville, they both have a design flaw where the tanks would leak. The lucky ones leak within one year and Nespresso would get it repaired. Some break (same fault) after getting repaired.

          Get extended warranty.

          Just a note: Nespresso service desk is understanding. They may not totally admit the design flaw but calling them to get the machine repaired is not difficult. They are/can be reasonable.

          Source: Ours was a "gen 1" and broke (electronics) after three years. Nespresso has all the rights to refuse repair (out of warranty) but they did.

          • @sanmigueelbeer: These machines are pretty expensive and you'd expect for that price they would work for at least a couple of years. Warranty is in addition to your rights as a consumer. You have consumer guarantees. As long as it is reasonable to expect it to work you are entitled to a refund, replacement or repair. It's great you still got a resolution that satisfied you, but remember you have these rights!

            • @sunnypack: and who the heck is willing to dedicate going to courts, legal action, miss work & time etc. which will often be like around $500 mark cost to the applicant ?? Sure you can win case but is that really worth it ? you'll still be better of buying a newer machine than doing legal costs

              So simply buy the cheapest deal, avoid the dodgy machines (not saying Nespresso is dodgy)

              • @USER DC: Honestly you don't have to go that far. Usually you can just do a quick application to FairTrading if resolving over the phone doesn't work out. I mean they're legally obliged to do it, but they will give you a hard time to do. Same with warranty, you generally still have to trust the manufacturer/supplier to honour their word and not give you a hard time getting it. Obviously this would harm their long term business, so you'll just have to trust that businesses do the right thing.

                I totally agree with you though, I wouldn't necessarily go to tribunal for that amount of money. HoweverI'm damn sure going to keep calling and asking about it. Usually it's convincing when you've spent a couple hours of their time and they realise they're bleeding money just dealing with you.

                There's also a third option which is to repair it yourself. Sometimes I can live with my tacky glue or a bit of silicone sealant - but hey, still works!

            • @sunnypack: Is my presumption correct, based on your comment, that you're the person who neg-ed by comment about getting extended warranty?

        • +2

          I had a tinker with a leaking Nespresso machine during lockdown.

          The Nespresso takes about 10 mins to fix. The filter grid at the front of the pod area gets clogged, then the oring can't handle the extra pressure. Either remove about 8 screws and pop it out, or scrub it through the hole with an old toothbrush and detergent.
          If the oring is wearing out, pop the tab at top and bottom of the pod holder, seperate. Drop it out the bottom. Replace the oring with a 33mm oring from a bearing / seal shop.

          There really isnt much to them.

      • +2

        When ours broke it was years old and they fixed it at no cost.
        They sent us a loan one while ours was being fixed, paid for the courier each way and the loaner and our fixed one both turned up with a sleeve of free coffees. ln my experience I would say an extended warranty is not needed.
        It was one of the older style pod ones.

    • +1

      nothing beats freshly roasted whole beans you grind just before you brew. these capsules and ground coffee are already stale by the time you get it.

      just buy the original nespresso if you want a machine. they made this so they can monopolise on there refills.
      you can only buy from them. the machine is gimmicky, it spins the capsules and make a lot of unnecessary and unnatural crema.

  • Bring this targeted deal https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/630304 down to $160 post cashback.

    • that was 2 months ago and limited to first 250 people. I would not consider the deal because of the risk.

  • Still much more better to buy the LO'R barrista Coffee machine for cheaper + you get to have so many coffee pods for machine's use ++ FREE milk frother.

  • How are the Vertuo machines? Do they still suffer from leakage issues?

    • +1

      See my comment above. The Leakage is purely due to people not rinsing the machine properly and the front filter clogging up and coffee residue causing the o-ring to grind away. Use one of the detergent based espresso machine cleaners to clean oily coffee residue (come in tablet form), as well as run a descaler to stop calcium build up. You need to do both.

      Simply running a rinse cycle at the end (ie a cup with no pod) will also go along way to longevity. All auto machines do this when shutting down, pod machines don't.

      Even if clogged, it's an easy fix. Sadly, heaps of perfectly working machines will end up in landfill.

  • Have a watch of James Hoffman's video on the Vertuo….seems to show that while the coffee is "pleasant" the whole push for Vertuo vs the older style nespresso seems to be to lock you into the new Nespresso patented system now that Nespresso compatible capsules are allowed under its older system.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pO06RC4pvr0

    • I can deal with the exclusivity thing with the Vertuo pods but we get the short end of the stick when it comes to pod 'flavours' as we are way behind with what Nespresso offers in the US and the UK.

      I am actually considering doing a quarterly shop in the Nespresso US store using a freight forwarder to get pods that arent available here i.e. half decaf ones, or origin ones from Africa etc etc.

  • I'm confused, where do I apply for the cashback now I've bought it on ebay?

    • +1

      If you bought it from the official Nespresso eBay store, that does not qualify for the cash back as per the T&C’s.
      Otherwise follow the link (in the deal) and submit your claim online. You will need the serial number and upload the Tax invoice if you bought the qualifying product

      Cheers

      • Is the official Good Guys Ebay eligible?

        • +1

          Participating Retailers: Retailers who sell Participating Products in Australia and operate from shop fronts in Australia including both the physical shop front and "online store operated by such retailers" and which display promotional material. Note: Costco is not a Participating Retailer.

          No harm in trying
          Follow the instructions on their website and see if you qualify
          https://www.nespresso.com/au/en/machine-promotion

          Good luck

        • Hi @jayharley95, just wondering if you have check out if good guys ebay is eligible? thanks.

  • Is Amazon Australia considered a participating retailer?

    "Retailers who sell Participating Products in Australia and operate from shop fronts in Australia including both the physical shop front and online store operated by such retailers and which display promotional material."

    • +1

      Not 100% sure as they specifically called out Costco is not considered a participating retailer but said nothing about Amazon.
      Maybe check with Nespresso directly to be certain

      Cheers