Best Cyber Monday coffee machines deals 2022 | Nespresso, Lavazza, Sage, Smeg
All the latest discounts and savings on our tried-and-tested favourite brands to find the best offers and coffee machine deals.
If you're partial to the aroma of freshly brewed coffee or are looking to save some money by making barista-style drinks at home, a coffee machine is one purchase that’ll repay you every day for the investment.
Cyber Monday is also the perfect opportunity to pick one up at a discount, and the shopping event has already begun, there have been several deals going live this week – with up to 50% off some coffee machine models.
The best coffee machines are sophisticated pieces of tech that pump heated water through compressed coffee grinds under pressure. There are a few types to choose from, starting at around £60 depending on your coffee preference.
For lovers of short, crema-topped espresso packed with intense flavour and aroma, one of the best espresso machines would be the perfect choice for your kitchen. The additional feature of a milk steamer wand opens you up to the full realm of coffee-house classics like cappuccino, latte and macchiato, and gives you space to practice your barista skills.
If it’s minimal mess and maximum convenience you’re after, the best coffee pod machines will deliver a perfectly measured single shot of espresso within 30 seconds and are conveniently compact if you’re strapped for kitchen space.
Or for the real deal at the touch of a button, our tried and tested picks of the best bean-to-cup coffee machines will take every stage off your hands, from freshly grinding the beans to pre-infusion and brewing independently for every cup. These are generally the largest and most expensive type of machine.
Our experts put the very best to the test from brands including Sage, De’Longhi, Nespresso and Smarter, to bring you impartial advice on the machines actually worth your money. We’re keeping an eye on all the best coffee deals ahead of the main event on Friday 26th November, so that you find the best price every time. Check back here regularly for all the latest opportunities to save on our tried and tested favourites.
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Cyber Monday coffee machine deals available right now
- Grind - get 25% off coffee machines, coffee and pods with the code BLACK25
- Amazon – discounts available across select home appliances
- Sage - discounts across the majority of the range
- Lavazza - deals with up to 63% off select machines
- De'Longhi - Huge offers across selected products
- Currys – Cyber Monday deals are live
- AO.com – Savings on air fryers, microwaves, coffee machines and more
- Appliances Direct – up to 50% off in the Cyber Monday Sale
- Lakeland – Cyber Monday deals live
- Very – over 10,000 discounts live
- Robert Dyas – deals across the entire Robert Dyas product range
- Wayfair – Black Friday deals still live
- John Lewis and Partners – kitchen appliances deals live
- JD Williams – deals on coffee machines, air fryers and more
- Hotel Chocolat - 15% off at checkout with code, HOHOHO
Some retailers, such as John Lewis & Partners, AO.com and Currys guarantee to match a price if you find a product being sold cheaper by another retailer. Not all will offer user-friendly additions such as free delivery though, so it's worth having those extras on your radar.
Best Cyber Monday coffee machine deals
Morning coffee pod machine deals
£349£295 at Origin (save £54 or 15%)
Best for speciality coffee and variety
The Morning coffee machine is a level up from what we'd traditionally expect from a coffee pod machine. Not only does it ooze style and modernity, it's thoroughly sophisticated in its user-friendly precision controls. Ten ready-to-brew functions are available and adjustable to accommodate roasts from light to dark, and it even offers a Kyoto drip coffee function for slowly brewing over ice. This is a five-star machine. Read our full guide to the best coffee pod machines.
Grind One coffee pod machine
- £295 £221.25 at Grind (save 25% or £73.75 with the code BLACK25 – code applies to everything)
Best blowout coffee pod machine
The result of collaboration between Grind Roastery and Swedish expert Sjöstrand, the Grind One coffee machine is as graceful as it is industrial and immensely satisfying to use. You can currently get 25% off everything online, including Grind coffee pods by using the BLACK25 code at checkout.
Available at Grind, £221.25
Smeg bean-to-cup coffee machine deals
- £570.14 matte red at Currys
- £679 £570.14 matte red at Amazon (save £108.14 or 16%)
- £649 matte black at Currys
£699£659 brown at Currys | (save £40 or 6%)
Best bean to cup for contemporary style
This is an exciting machine to see deals across. The result of a collaboration with Lavazza, Smeg's first ever bean-to-cup coffee machine is the smallest and sleekest bean-to-cup coffee machine available on the market right now. It's the perfect counter-top statement and smart choice for silky smooth, aromatic espresso without any mess, if convenience is a priority for you.
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Lavazza A Modo Mio SMEG coffee pod machine deals
- £124 at John Lewis
£248£124.50 at Lavazza | (save 50% or £123.50) £199£124.99 at Amazon | (save 37% or £74.01)
This statement coffee pod machine carries all the curves and 1950s style you'd hope for from SMEG. Single espresso and the slightly longer lungo drink is on offer. Unlike other coffee pod machines, you can also program the brew-quantity for each. Read our full review of the Lavazza A Modo Mio SMEG coffee pod machine.
Nespresso Vertuo coffee pod machine
- £50 Nespresso Pop with Nespresso Plus Subscription | 200 free festive capsules + free set of 2 VIEW cappuccino cups and saucers (RRP £350)
You can currently save £120 on Nespresso’s flagship Vertuo in this bundle deal and claim 200 free festive capsules, along with two cappuccino cups.
De'Longhi La Specialista Arte manual espresso machine deals
£499£399 at AO (save £100 or 20%) Back in stock soon £550£399 at Appliances Direct (save £151 or 27%) £529.99£419.99 at Amazon (save £110 or 21%)
If you love your beans freshly ground for every cup, this sophisticated model is a superb choice. It has the convenience of a bean-to-cup machine while still allowing for experimentation, alongside 11 coffee presets and the extra perk of setting your favourites. The comprehensive manual has everything you need to set up, learn the basics, and perfect your coffee making, including latte art skills. Not to mention, for the price it's an excellent value option – even more so over Cyber Monday. Read our guide to the best espresso machines.
Sage Oracle Touch espresso machine deals
- £2,049.99 black truffle at Amazon
£2,199 £2,099 at AO.com | (save £100 or 4%)
- £2,099 at Currys
- £2,099 at Sage
- £2,099 at John Lewis
Whether you're a coffee novice or seasoned barista, the Oracle Touch combines 11 pre-set functions with the hands-on coffee making experience allowing room for total personalisation or a full automation. The coffee grinding, dosing and tamping are done for you whilst milk temperature, froth level, grind levels and water temperature are all adjustable. This is a 5-star machine guaranteed to help boost your barista skills. Read our full Sage Oracle Touch coffee machine review.
Wacaco Minipresso GR Portable espresso machine deals
Lightweight, compact and portable, Wacaco's Minipresso GR is the ultimate coffee gadget for making espresso out and about from your choice of ground coffee. Each part slots or twists together and a manual pump produces the bar-pressure to draw a shot of crema-topped espresso. The result rivals that made by machines 10-times the price. Read our full Wacaco Minipresso GR review.
Sage the Bambino Plus espresso machine deals
With its brushed-steel design and tactile interface of buttons, the Sage Bambino Plus is as much a joy to look at as it is to use. It offers an efficient steam wand, easy-to-lock portafilter and single and double-shot filter baskets. A stainless steel milk jug is also provided. Read our full Sage Bambino Plus espresso machine review.
Lavazza A Modo Mio Jolie coffee pod machine deals
£95£65 at La Redoute | (save £30 or 32%) £95.99£65 at John Lewis and Partners | (save £30.99 or 31%) £95£66.50 at Fenwick | (save £19 or 20%) £94.99£74.99 at Robert Dyas | (save £20 or 21%)
Compact and affordable, the Lavazza Jolie model is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a quiet and mess-free coffee machine to do the basics well. Its single-button control offers single espresso or lungo drinks with a guaranteed crema on top, helped in part by the compressed grounds inside Lavazza's eco pods. Read our full Lavazza A Modo Mio coffee pod machine review.
Nespresso Vertuo Next coffee pod machine
£169.99£69.99 at JD Williams | (save £100 or 59%) £150£70 at Amazon | (save £80 or 53%) £200£115 at Amazon | (Nespresso Vertuo Next machine plus milk frother – save £85 or 43%) £149£119 at Currys | (save £30 or 20%) Out of stock
Crema-lovers will love the guaranteed layer of fine froth that this machine tops every coffee with, no matter the size. Rated 4/5 stars when tested, we loved the innovative barcode reading technology that enables you to make five coffee sizes at the touch of a single button. This machine is also made from 54% recycled plastic. Read our full Nespresso Vertuo Next coffee pod machine review.
De'Longhi Dedica EC685.M
£189.99£181.99 at Amazon | (save £7 or 4%) £219£164 at Very | (save £55 or 22%) Preorder, more stock due 15 December £229.99£169 at De'Longhi | (save £60.99 or 27% and claim a free gift worth £16)
Awarded 4.5/5 stars by our reviews experts, the De'Longhi Dedica is a slimline statement gadget packed with style, that carries an A* energy rating, 15-bars of pump pressure and a giro milk wand, all for under £200. Single, double and ESE-pod filter baskets are included. Plus the opportunity to personalise brew factors including water temperature are available through its three-button interface. Read our full De'Longhi Dedica EC685.M espresso machine review.
Smeg ECF01 home espresso machine deals
Featuring SMEG's iconic round aesthetic, the interface of this slimline machine comes with traditional buttons like start/pause and single-cup and double-cup options, but you can also unlock extra personalisation features using the instruction manual. It produces espresso of an excellent quality, and the milk steam wand performs equally well. Read our full Smeg ECF01 espresso machine review.
KitchenAid Artisan espresso machine deals
£449£314.30 at KitchenAid | (save 30% or £134.70)
- £349 at Harts of Stur | Free 6 month coffee subscription
This KitchenAid model impressed us from the moment we lifted it out of the box. It comes with an accurate coffee scoop, proper coffee tamper, and single and double-wall filter baskets depending on whether your coffee is freshly ground. It slots perfectly onto a kitchen countertop thanks to its slender build, and it's not too tall either – though this does limit the size of mug you can place underneath it. With its five-year warranty, it offers excellent value, too. Read our guide to the best espresso machines.
Flair signature espresso maker deals
For the coffee aficionado who loves to experiment, this simple but sophisticated piece of kit takes a little practice to use, but once you master it you'll find it incredibly easy. It comprises two well-finished moulded metal parts, a quality pressure gauge, and a branded chess-piece style tamper – simple load the filter with coffee, add boiling water, lock into place and press the level down to begin the espresso extraction. It requires no electricity to run, so it wins plenty of sustainability points, and it's conveniently portable as well. Read our full Flair Signature Espresso Maker review.
Breville Barista Max coffee machine deals
For the quality of the espresso and steamed milk it produces, this Breville espresso machine offers superb value, even more so with a Cyber Monday deal attached to it. Its brushed metal exterior gives it a sleek and robust feel, and while you're not able to steam milk and brew espresso simultaneously, it's incredibly fun to use – and the whole process for making a latte or cappuccino takes less than two minutes. Read our full Breville Barista Max bean-to-cup espresso machine review.
How to choose a new coffee machine
First consider the key factors. What’s your budget? What’s your favourite type of coffee? How much space do you have on the countertop? How hands-on do you want to be in the process? Are you looking to build your barista skills? Do you want smart technology? The answers to these questions will help you choose from three core types of coffee maker available for domestic settings.
Our buyer’s guides to the best coffee machines will not only guide you through the strengths and weaknesses of each type but offer our tried and tested favourite models for a range of budgets.
What are some of the most popular coffee machine brands?
There are some key brand players when it comes to domestic coffee makers that you should keep in mind. Below we've rounded up a list of top-rated machines from across our category tests as a starting point.
Best bean-to-cup espresso machine: Sage Oracle Touch espresso machine, £2,099.95
Best mid-range buy for simplicity: Sage Bambino Plus espresso maker, £399.95
Best mid-range espresso machine: Smeg ECF01 home espresso machine, £319
Best bean-to-cup machine for contemporary style: Smeg BCC02 bean-to-cup coffee machine, £679.95
Best smart bean-to-cup coffee machine: Smarter Coffee Machine, £199
Best coffee pod machine for retro style: Lavazza A Modo Mio SMEG, £199
Best basic coffee pod machine: Lavazza Jolie, £79
Most stylish espresso machine: De’Longhi Dedica EC685.M manual espresso maker, £182
Best for energy efficiency: Illy ESE pod machine, £115
Best affordable bean to cup espresso machine: Breville Barista Max, £399
Best for versatility: Nespresso Vertuo Next, £149
Best bean-to-cup machine for adjustable aroma intensity: Gaggia Milano Magenta Milk, £599
Need some coffee for your new machine?
You can find all the tried and tested coffee recommendations from our resident connoisseur Celeste Wong in our coffee hub, featuring guides to everything from the best coffee beans to the best eco-friendly coffee pods to the best coffee liqueurs for making the perfect espresso martini.
How we test coffee machines
At the centre of our tests of all the best coffee machines are the following core criteria:
Performance: Every coffee and espresso function on the machines is tested to assess aroma, flavour and temperature. Bitterness or unpleasant notes see machines scored down.
Value for money: Versatility and performance both play into this one. The price must feel right, whatever the brand.
Ease of use: We look for machines that are easy to unpack accompanied by easy-to-follow instructions. Anything from water tank access to heat-resistant coatings on hot milk steam wands were considered here.
Convenience: The need to faff around isn't something you want from a coffee machine.
Quantity of materials: Flimsy parts are difficult to clean and are not conducive to a long product lifespan.
Design and aesthetic for keeping on the countertop: Coffee machines are designed to be statement appliances for everyday use and keeping out on the countertop.
The average scores out of five decided each product’s overall star rating. The additional criteria also played into our decision-making:
Variety of functions
Ease of cleaning