Best Buy Best Buy: Breville Barista Express Espresso Machine $599.98 (regularly $749.99) Get the Breville Barista Express for $600!

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Be your own barista with this deal from Best Buy, because you can get the Breville Barista Express Espresso Machine for $599.98 (regularly $749.99) with free shipping, for a total savings of $150.01!

One of the most popular home coffee machines on the market, the Breville Barista Express comes with a bevy of features including a 15-bar Italian pump, built-in bean grinder, automatic or manual operation and more to ensure perfect cups every time. While not quite a historical low price, the Barista Express rarely dips below $600.00 and other features include:

  • Conveniently grind, dose and extract fresh beans for flavorful espresso in under a minute
  • Razor dosing tool with dose control for customized brew strength
  • Built-in conical burr grinder ensures maximum freshness, flavor and aroma
  • Adjustable digital temperature control and thermocoil heating system accurately maintains water temperature
  • Low pressure pre-infusion applies low water pressure at the start to gently expand grinds for even extraction
  • Stainless steel 360º swivel-action steam wand
  • Includes razor dose trimming tool, 54mm stainless steel portafilter, four filter baskets, stainless steel milk jug, coffee scoop, water filter and cleaning kit

This offer is effective online and in Best Buy stores (where available) for a limited time. BestBuy.ca offers free shipping with orders over $35.00 (excluding oversized items) and a free in-store pick-up option with no minimum.

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    • That's not bad! I believe The Bay had a bunch of Promos back in Sep-Oct '19 where you could get it for $480 out the door - but seeing as this unit barely dips below $599, I would say this is a great dealio
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    • Good price good machine.
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    • Just an FYI if you can wait and are not in a hurry last year it dropped to $540 during Black Friday/Boxing Day at Bed Bath and Beyond, so it may drop again but who knows.

      I combined the boxing day drop with the 20% coupon and was able to purchase it for $488 after taxes (not including the % cashback from Rakuten).

      If you need it this now it is probably the best deal with the 20% coupon.
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    • Yaaaaay!! I ordered one and as soon as it arrives I will return the Philips machine back to Costco. I am not satisfied with it at all.
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    • we have one at work, excellent machine
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    • This is a great machine especially for the price.
      It continuously wins 'best of list's' is great to learn on and makes fantastic drinks.

      There's pre infusion, you can alter the temperature by a couple degrees, you can pre program volume amounts (for grinds and output), you get 2 pressurized baskets (forgiving with grind/tamp/quantity) and 2 pressurized baskets (for when you want to get better extraction) there's a hot water spout and there's a traditional steam wand.

      The steam wand is slow, as a result it's alot more forgiving when texturing milk.

      The biggest complaint people have is the grinder, however, I've found that the grinder is extremely adequate. For the price range, it's a great machine.

      Fyi

      I use Urnex Dezcal powder to descale every 2 months and Urnex Cafiza tablets to backflush every 2-3 weeks in order to maintain the machine. (Both can be found on Amazon)

      I've had my machine for almost a full year now.
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    • So is a machine like this vastly superior to say a top of the line Nespresso machine?
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    • cleanvibe wrote: So is a machine like this vastly superior to say a top of the line Nespresso machine?
      Yeah, if you want fresh espresso from beans, for sure. This is the best of the cheap machines, i would recommend it unless you want to get into the $3000+ range (which you probably will eventually, espresso's a hobby)
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    • Does this make coffee as well like the Costco Phillips model?
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    • My daily driver for over 5 years now
      Its a solid machine with a pretty flat learning curve
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    • Signing up for the coupon a second time by adding a period in your gmail account should work? Put a random postal code instead of one used before?
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    • any advice you wish you knew years ago?
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    • s2kdarren wrote: any advice you wish you knew years ago?
      Had mine close to 5 years.

      Use cheaper 3rd party cleaning tabs and do regular cleaning.
      Don't use distilled water.
      I try to avoid oily beans, the grinder is not the best, but it's adequate for medium roast beans.
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    • is this better than the philips 3100 that was on sale at costco? can it froth milk?

      how easy is it to use? if you woke up in the morning and wanted to make coffee, how long does it take including prep and cleanup time?

      how much maintenance time/costs do you have to do on it each day/week?
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    • redflags10 wrote: is this better than the philips 3100 that was on sale at costco? can it froth milk?

      how easy is it to use? if you woke up in the morning and wanted to make coffee, how long does it take including prep and cleanup time?

      how much maintenance time/costs do you have to do on it each day/week?
      The Philips 3100 from Costco is a superautomatic machine where as this one you have to more work to get an espresso.
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    • Id rather keep my Philips automatic machine and I dought there huge difference in taste when making coffee or cappuccino.

      With Costco you get better warranty than BBB.
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    • redflags10 wrote: is this better than the philips 3100 that was on sale at costco? can it froth milk?

      how easy is it to use? if you woke up in the morning and wanted to make coffee, how long does it take including prep and cleanup time?

      how much maintenance time/costs do you have to do on it each day/week?
      As tomw said, two different types of machines. The Saeco is push and play, this one involves a little more prep and work.
      I have a BES860XL (model before this) and it still works as my daily machine. I had to buy a new solenoid recently, but beyond that good machine overall. I can't vouch for the solenoid on this model, but the one I bought was listed as an 860/870 model...

      Time to make and cleanup up for a single espresso and double shot latte is about 10 minutes a day for me.

      The Clean Me light turns on once every 2-3 months for me. Buy some cleaning tabs off Amazon and they will last you the life of the machine. Descale with vinegar every 3-6 months on top of that. This machine should last 10 years easily.
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    • ezacarias wrote: Had mine close to 5 years.

      Use cheaper 3rd party cleaning tabs and do regular cleaning.
      Don't use distilled water.
      I try to avoid oily beans, the grinder is not the best, but it's adequate for medium roast beans.
      How come no distilled water? I was told it's the best thing to do to keep it clean.
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    • Damn, wish I had more counter space. Anybody know if they have ever carried the Baratza Sette 270wi?
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    • cleanvibe wrote: So is a machine like this vastly superior to say a top of the line Nespresso machine?
      By a landslide
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