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Brew a fresh cup of coffee every morning with a new machine from Canadian Tire, because you can save up to 60% on select Nespresso Coffee Machines and get a $25.00 Nespresso coffee credit for free with every purchase!

There are three Nespresso models on sale with your choice of Breville or DeLonghi as the manufacturer -- we've listed a few options below.

All machines also qualify for a free $25.00 coffee credit -- simply visit the Nespresso promo page after you receive your machine and upload proof of ownership to get your credit! The $25.00 credit can by used online at Nespresso.com for coffee capsules, accessories and more.

This offer is effective online until May 14, while the deadline to claim the $25.00 coffee credit is June 14. CanadianTire.ca offers home shipping starting at $4.99, along with free in-store or curbside pick-up with no minimum.

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    • That’s a cool Canadian Tire deal.
      However be aware that the Vertuo
      machine takes ‘proprietary pods’
      that seem to be available from very
      few sources and are rather expensive..
      I’ll be happy to be corrected otherwise.
      Just thought I’d bring this forward.
      I’d ordered this on the tsc deal, but after
      looking at pod costs I called and switched
      over to the ‘Inissia’ that accepts original pods and
      generic types. (I’ll likely buy a empty pod setup and use my own espresso mix)
      We’ll see.
      Cheers
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    • liverandonoins wrote: That’s a cool Canadian Tire deal.
      However be aware that the Vertuo
      machine takes ‘proprietary pods’
      that seem to be available from very
      few sources and are rather expensive..
      I’ll be happy to be corrected otherwise.
      Just thought I’d bring this forward.
      I’d ordered this on the tsc deal, but after
      looking at pod costs I called and switched
      over to the ‘Inissia’ that accepts original pods and
      generic types. (I’ll likely buy a empty pod setup and use my own espresso mix)
      We’ll see.
      Cheers
      Cool! RFD Poetry!
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    • liverandonoins wrote: That’s a cool Canadian Tire deal.
      However be aware that the Vertuo
      machine takes ‘proprietary pods’
      that seem to be available from very
      few sources and are rather expensive..
      I’ll be happy to be corrected otherwise.
      Just thought I’d bring this forward.
      I’d ordered this on the tsc deal, but after
      looking at pod costs I called and switched
      over to the ‘Inissia’ that accepts original pods and
      generic types. (I’ll likely buy a empty pod setup and use my own espresso mix)
      We’ll see.
      Cheers
      Ok, so you can probably find hundreds of forums on RFD and the internet that talk about your comment.

      I’ll give you a rundown and reiterate what most people say.

      Nespresso is one of the best capsule system coffee and espresso machine. With the high quality of beans there is obviously a cost associated with it. If you still look at the cost the capsules cost about 80 cents to $1.20 each. This is still cheaper than drinking a coffee outside and before COVID many people would spend $1.75 easy on a coffee everyday.

      Sure there are other capsule systems like Keurig but the quality is much lower. If you can’t tell the quality difference just stick with Keurig as they cost much cheaper.

      As for switching to the Inissia machine so you can use generic capsules and eventually find a fillable capsule that is just stupid, no offence.

      So, Nespresso capsules are vacuum sealed and are fully recyclable. So, you will likely not find a fillable capsule unless you can find a way to vacuum seal it as the Nespresso original line uses a barometric pressure system to brew the coffee.

      As for generic capsules, they won’t be recyclable so you are added significant waste to the world. Along with generic coffees they are not licensed by Nespresso so they can actually damage your machine much quicker and I have seen it. You will save maybe 20 cents per capsule but are losing out on a lot.

      To address your concern that Inissia capsules are cheaper, they really arent. The Nespresso Inissia is a machine that only makes espresso and espresso based beverages. You are buying espresso capsules which cost about 80 cents for Inissia. On the Vertuo line espresso capsules are also 80 cents so its not more expensive. Vertuo line has more expensive capsules as it makes coffee, double espressos and gran lungos all which have more coffee in the capsule and thus why they cost more.

      The cost per caffeine and coffee for each machine is the same. So if you drink coffees and espressos the Vertuo is a better machine for you, if you only drink espresso’s and espresso based beverages go for Inissia.

      Finally, if the cost is too high for you, maybe sticking to a regular drip machine is best for you. Of course this is more expensive but you are paying for convenience, recyclable capsules and high quality coffee. It isn’t for everyone.
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    • Thecheapindian wrote: Ok, so you can probably find hundreds of forums on RFD and the internet that talk about your comment.

      I’ll give you a rundown and reiterate what most people say.

      Nespresso is one of the best capsule system coffee and espresso machine. With the high quality of beans there is obviously a cost associated with it. If you still look at the cost the capsules cost about 80 cents to $1.20 each. This is still cheaper than drinking a coffee outside and before COVID many people would spend $1.75 easy on a coffee everyday.

      Sure there are other capsule systems like Keurig but the quality is much lower. If you can’t tell the quality difference just stick with Keurig as they cost much cheaper.

      As for switching to the Inissia machine so you can use generic capsules and eventually find a fillable capsule that is just stupid, no offence.

      So, Nespresso capsules are vacuum sealed and are fully recyclable. So, you will likely not find a fillable capsule unless you can find a way to vacuum seal it as the Nespresso original line uses a barometric pressure system to brew the coffee.

      As for generic capsules, they won’t be recyclable so you are added significant waste to the world. Along with generic coffees they are not licensed by Nespresso so they can actually damage your machine much quicker and I have seen it. You will save maybe 20 cents per capsule but are losing out on a lot.

      To address your concern that Inissia capsules are cheaper, they really arent. The Nespresso Inissia is a machine that only makes espresso and espresso based beverages. You are buying espresso capsules which cost about 80 cents for Inissia. On the Vertuo line espresso capsules are also 80 cents so its not more expensive. Vertuo line has more expensive capsules as it makes coffee, double espressos and gran lungos all which have more coffee in the capsule and thus why they cost more.

      The cost per caffeine and coffee for each machine is the same. So if you drink coffees and espressos the Vertuo is a better machine for you, if you only drink espresso’s and espresso based beverages go for Inissia.

      Finally, if the cost is too high for you, maybe sticking to a regular drip machine is best for you. Of course this is more expensive but you are paying for convenience, recyclable capsules and high quality coffee. It isn’t for everyone.
      Well said and I agree with you. I was also contemplating getting the original line but then when I saw that the size of the drink could only be two sizes as opposed to 5 sizes on the Vertuo line so I opted for the latter. At the end of the day there are much cheaper alternatives such as third party pods but if you want great coffee go with genuine products instead.
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    • Thecheapindian wrote:
      Ok, so you can probably find hundreds of forums on RFD and the internet that talk about your comment.

      I’ll give you a rundown and reiterate what most people say.

      Nespresso is one of the best capsule system coffee and espresso machine. With the high quality of beans there is obviously a cost associated with it. If you still look at the cost the capsules cost about 80 cents to $1.20 each. This is still cheaper than drinking a coffee outside and before COVID many people would spend $1.75 easy on a coffee everyday.

      Sure there are other capsule systems like Keurig but the quality is much lower. If you can’t tell the quality difference just stick with Keurig as they cost much cheaper.

      As for switching to the Inissia machine so you can use generic capsules and eventually find a fillable capsule that is just stupid, no offence.

      So, Nespresso capsules are vacuum sealed and are fully recyclable. So, you will likely not find a fillable capsule unless you can find a way to vacuum seal it as the Nespresso original line uses a barometric pressure system to brew the coffee.

      As for generic capsules, they won’t be recyclable so you are added significant waste to the world. Along with generic coffees they are not licensed by Nespresso so they can actually damage your machine much quicker and I have seen it. You will save maybe 20 cents per capsule but are losing out on a lot.

      To address your concern that Inissia capsules are cheaper, they really arent. The Nespresso Inissia is a machine that only makes espresso and espresso based beverages. You are buying espresso capsules which cost about 80 cents for Inissia. On the Vertuo line espresso capsules are also 80 cents so its not more expensive. Vertuo line has more expensive capsules as it makes coffee, double espressos and gran lungos all which have more coffee in the capsule and thus why they cost more.

      The cost per caffeine and coffee for each machine is the same. So if you drink coffees and espressos the Vertuo is a better machine for you, if you only drink espresso’s and espresso based beverages go for Inissia.

      Finally, if the cost is too high for you, maybe sticking to a regular drip machine is best for you. Of course this is more expensive but you are paying for convenience, recyclable capsules and high quality coffee. It isn’t for everyone.

      Your condescending manifesto aside, this whole fear mongering thing about 3rd party capsules is BS just spread by Nespresso to make you stick with their expensive system. You can refill and reseal the vertuo pods with stickers purchasable from Amazon. There's also one full size reusable pod on Amazon right now but YMMV as to how well it works.

      Also the recycling thing is a marketing gimmick, there's fossil fuels used bringing it to the post office/Nespresso so transporting just the pods isn't very ecological.

      Furthermore, there's environmental effects added by the mining of aluminum. If anyone buying Nespresso is honestly concerned about their environmental foot print buy a real espresso machine and use your own coffee grounds.
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    • No offense taken.
      Thanks - I feel fully informed now.
      gran Lungo and single shot espressos
      are what I’m looking for presently.
      I may revisit the Vertuo at a later date.
      I appreciate your information.
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    • liverandonoins wrote: No offense taken.
      Thanks - I feel fully informed now.
      gran Lungo and single shot espressos
      are what I’m looking for presently.
      I may revisit the Vertuo at a later date.
      I appreciate your information.
      You can always make Americanos too. Here's a good explanation from Reddit:


      These are the Vertuo specs from Nespresso’s website: espresso, 40ml; gran lungo, 150ml; coffee, 237ml; alto, 414ml.

      Marketing fluffery from Nespresso’s USA PR droids implies you can get an Americano from the gran lungo capsules. An Americano is a standard coffee bar beverage. The recipe is conventionally accepted by USA baristas as a shot of espresso cut with four to twelve fluid ounces of (really) hot water. Nespresso wants you to think an Americano can be produced by pushing 5 ounces of water through the grounds in the capsule. Nonsense. That only produces a lot of horribly overextracted coffee. Here’s what Nespresso should have done: programmed the barcode on the gran lungo capsule to brew two or three ounces of coffee, stop, prompt the user to eject the capsule, and then dispense two to four ounces of hot water.
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    • syntaxerror wrote: Your condensing manifesto aside, this whole fear mongering thing about 3rd party capsules is BS just spread by Nespresso to make you stick with their expensive system. You can refill and reseal the vertuo pods with stickers purchasable from Amazon. There's also one full size reusable pod on Amazon right now but YMMV as to how well it works.

      Also the recycling thing is a marketing gimmick, there's fossil fuels used bringing it to the post office/Nespresso so transporting just the pods isn't very ecological.

      Furthermore, there's environmental effects added by the mining of aluminum. If anyone buying Nespresso is honestly concerned about their environmental foot print buy a real espresso machine and use your own coffee grounds.
      Well be my guest sticking folgers coffee in your Nespresso machine.

      I have worked at Nespresso and customers whose machine broke the most was people who used generic capsules and lead to leaks and other problems. I had clients who had machines for 8 years and only used the Nespresso capsules.

      So, without proof your point is invalid.

      Also, people buy Nespresso for convenience. You take your capsule, pop it in the machine and you get your coffee. It’s annoying and time consuming to fill your capsules, if you want to do that then knock yourself out, but I’d rather fork up $1 to get my nice cup of quick coffee.

      Fossil fuels will happen regardless, isnt it better to at least do your part and recycle. Why recycle anything? You think recycling trucks run on water? And getting them to and from recycling posts leads to no fossil fuels?

      You are comparing Nespresso, a capsule system to an espresso machine, that’s not a direct comparison. I’m saying and what Nespresso is saying is if you are going to buy into a capsule system, its better to go with Nespresso as apposed to Keurig as the capsules ARE recyclable, where keurig and other competitors arent.
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    • I have a Nespresso and only use their pods. I've enjoyed most of them thus far.
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    • Thecheapindian wrote: Well be my guest sticking folgers coffee in your Nespresso machine.

      I have worked at Nespresso and customers whose machine broke the most was people who used generic capsules and lead to leaks and other problems. I had clients who had machines for 8 years and only used the Nespresso capsules.

      So, without proof your point is invalid.

      Also, people buy Nespresso for convenience. You take your capsule, pop it in the machine and you get your coffee. It’s annoying and time consuming to fill your capsules, if you want to do that then knock yourself out, but I’d rather fork up $1 to get my nice cup of quick coffee.

      Fossil fuels will happen regardless, isnt it better to at least do your part and recycle. Why recycle anything? You think recycling trucks run on water? And getting them to and from recycling posts leads to no fossil fuels?

      You are comparing Nespresso, a capsule system to an espresso machine, that’s not a direct comparison. I’m saying and what Nespresso is saying is if you are going to buy into a capsule system, its better to go with Nespresso as apposed to Keurig as the capsules ARE recyclable, where keurig and other competitors arent.

      Without more than anecdotal evidence I will have to equally dismiss your claims.
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    • Can't you just use the original pods to make an Americano by letting it dispense water for longer?
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    • poppy1337 wrote: Can't you just use the original pods to make an Americano by letting it dispense water for longer?
      I think so, but the concern is that your coffee might taste bad from the overbrewed grinds. So best to add hot water from a kettle after the fact.
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    • Just dispense the used capsule and brew some extra water through the empty chamber to make an americano (I use inissia). Don't try to run extra water through the pod, you will get a burnt taste/smell.
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    • Sorry I'm new to this coffee game and since I'm home alot more now I need to grab a coffee machine. Was going to get a Keurig but this seems enticing.

      Are the Nepresso pods only availible direct through them? I can't walk into Superstore and buy pods like the K-Cups?
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    • dj_rice wrote: Sorry I'm new to this coffee game and since I'm home alot more now I need to grab a coffee machine. Was going to get a Keurig but this seems enticing.

      Are the Nepresso pods only availible direct through them? I can't walk into Superstore and buy pods like the K-Cups?
      Nespresso pods are only sold in Nespresso boutiques and online thru them.
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    • dj_rice wrote: Sorry I'm new to this coffee game and since I'm home alot more now I need to grab a coffee machine. Was going to get a Keurig but this seems enticing.

      Are the Nepresso pods only availible direct through them? I can't walk into Superstore and buy pods like the K-Cups?
      Costco sells the Starbucks nespresso original pods for the Inissia model.

      costco-starbucks-nespresso-pods-origina ... 9-2358614/
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    • Canadiansinner wrote: Nespresso pods are only sold in Nespresso boutiques and online thru them.
      Thanks! So they have the monopoly on the pods. I think I'm better off with Keurig then. Just need something to get me through till I"m back to work and then can drink work coffee free. I honestly not a coffee drinker, so can't tell garbage coffee from good coffee. I do like McD's coffee over Tim's though.
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