Best Buy Best Buy Flyer Roundup: Sony Wireless Headphones $150, Amazon Kindle Paperwhite $115, Nespresso Vertuo Coffee Machine $100 + More New Flyer! Amazon Kindle Paperwhite $115 + More!

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Best Buy's new flyer is here and you can see every page now on RedFlagDeals!

This 22-page flyer features the Experience ASUS Event showcasing tech from ASUS, along with deals on appliances, computers, tablets, wireless audio, home office essentials and more.

We've listed a few highlights to give you an idea of what's available.

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This Best Buy flyer is effective online and in Best Buy stores from August 14 to 20. BestBuy.ca offers free shipping with orders over $35.00 (excluding oversized items) and free store-front pick-up with no minimum.

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    • Does this offer come with the $25 credit and the sample coffee pack, any one knows?

      Is there any difference in quality between the Nespresso Vertuo made by Breville and the one made by Delonghi? I saw both on Walmart's website, don't know which one to pick.
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    • origami wrote: Does this offer come with the $25 credit and the sample coffee pack, any one knows?

      Is there any difference in quality between the Nespresso Vertuo made by Breville and the one made by Delonghi? I saw both on Walmart's website, don't know which one to pick.
      Did you look through the pictures in the link as provided by OP?
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    • im debating in between vertuo or the original line.
      i feel like vertuo pods are way too expensive......
      although i know the original line might be discontinued soon?
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    • darkrocker101 wrote: im debating in between vertuo or the original line.
      i feel like vertuo pods are way too expensive......
      although i know the original line might be discontinued soon?
      Where did you get this bogus data ? For Nespresso this would be akin to a runner cutting off a leg to reduce weight so they can run faster...
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    • darkrocker101 wrote: im debating in between vertuo or the original line.
      i feel like vertuo pods are way too expensive......
      although i know the original line might be discontinued soon?
      Is the original line going to be discontinued soon?
      I am also debating between the 2. I heard that the original like uses pressure technique, and as such, the espresso and the crema it makes is more authentic. Meanwhile the vertuo line uses centrifusion technique to extract, so the crema it makes is just foam... etc.. BUT the vertuo looks much better. I don't like the look of the Innisia which is also on sale this time.

      If the original line is going to be discontinued, I should go with the Vertuo, shouldn't I ?
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    • FooNdaR wrote: Shows $249 for me.
      It's because Canadian Tire's deals start tomorrow.
      Canadian Tire comes with the $25 credit (as seen on its weekly flyer).
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    • Why not just order direct from Nespresso? Then you get the latest generation machine and you can take advantage of the $25 coffee credit at the same time.

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    • Is the Vertuo Next the newest generation machine? Confused with all these models.
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    • digdeep wrote: Is the Vertuo Next the newest generation machine? Confused with all these models.
      Yes, the Next has Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity, and has some recycled plastic content. Otherwise it's pretty much the same as all the others.
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    • Seems like a pretty solid deal, ordered - thanks OP!
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    • Original line is not discontinuing. More people prefer the original line as it is made with authentic 19 bar pressure to extract the espresso shot. They made the vertuo line to please the North American market (was launched in Europe few years later after the NA debut) who do not look at espresso and lungo as coffee and are more used to their cup of joe so with vertuo line they allowed users to extract a full cup of coffee to please the North American market. As mentioned above, the crema is essentially just air foam vs. real crema produced with the original line. So, to sum it up no original line is not going anywhere.
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    • Cantthinkofaname wrote: Yes, the Next has Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity, and has some recycled plastic content. Otherwise it's pretty much the same as all the others.
      Would you recommed Vertuo Next to the regual Vertuo? Does it make "better" coffee?
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    • digdeep wrote: Would you recommed Vertuo Next to the regual Vertuo? Does it make "better" coffee?
      No difference between how they produce coffee. Just different shapes and features.
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    • origami wrote: Is the original line going to be discontinued soon?
      I am also debating between the 2. I heard that the original like uses pressure technique, and as such, the espresso and the crema it makes is more authentic. Meanwhile the vertuo line uses centrifusion technique to extract, so the crema it makes is just foam... etc.. BUT the vertuo looks much better. I don't like the look of the Innisia which is also on sale this time.

      If the original line is going to be discontinued, I should go with the Vertuo, shouldn't I ?
      You have the difference pretty bang on. The two other differences is that the Vertuo can make regular coffee, while the original only makes espresso sized coffee. Part of the reason the Vertuo is pushed so much is that Nespresso's patent on the original line pods expired, so you can get third party pods - Vertuo is new, so only original pods from what I know. I have an original machine, and while it makes great espresso, I still have another machine to make regular coffee. I doubt the original will get discontinued soon. Starbucks started offering original pods at Costco in the last year, and they honestly are pretty good.
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