The current top deals are mainly from Delonghi. While they may not be the lowest prices we’ve seen in the past, some are still a lot cheaper than they sell for normally, and certainly cheaper then the manufacturer’s Recommended Retail Price (RRP).
On this page we’re taking a look at those, as they’re the ones that are likely to appeal if you’re looking for a great deal now, and who knows how long they’ll last.
|Image & Discount||Name & Key Points|
| ||Delonghi Eletta|
(Black Model: ECAM44.660.B)
(White Model: ECAM45.760.W)
|Sage Barista Express|
| ||Delonghi Caffe Corso|
| ||Gaggia Brera|
| ||Sage by Heston Blumenthal the Dual Boiler|
Our Pick Of The Offers
Sometimes the machines we have given great reviews to also happen to enjoy a huge discount in the sales, so below we’re going to talk a little more about that perfect combination of a great coffee machine and a big discount being available.
Delonghi Eletta Review (ECAM44.660.b and ECAM45.760.W)Read our full Eletta review here.
The Elettas are very popular machines, available in black (the ECAM44.660.B) and in white (the ECAM45.760.W) as you can see in the pictures. They’re popular for a number of reasons, with the main ones being they’re priced well compared to other brands, they make automatic cappuccinos, flat whites and lattes, and they’re really easy to maintain with automatic cleaning functions.They’ve also been available at much lower prices than usual too – check the currently available discounts on the black and the white Eletta compared to the recommended retail price on Amazon here:
Sage Barista ExpressRead our full Barista Express review here.
You’ll probably be drawn to the Barista Express by Sage Appliances if you like to be more involved with your coffee making, rather than having the automation offered by the machines like the Eletta. You can think of the Barista Express as the ‘Classic’ version of this machine, whereas there’s a more recent update available too called the Barista Pro. They’re very similar machines in terms of how they work and what they do, however the Pro version has a digital display rather than the dials on the Express.Comparison wise, if you’re going for this over the Delonghi Eletta above, then it’s likely that the manual dials of the Barista Express will appeal more than the Pro, but we’ve included both for completeness. Both editions are available in a stainless steel silver finish or in black, so there’s likely a model to fit in your kitchen.
You can see in the images of the two machines that they do look different, so if you’re the sort of person that’s swayed by appearance, you can see bigger versions on the Amazon website (along with the prices) by using the blue buttons:
|Barista Pro (digital display)||ℹ|
|Barista Express (analogue display)||ℹ||ℹ|