Espresso Machine Deals and Gift Buys
Sales of espresso machines are up about 25% over last year by some news reports, so there are a lot of out of stocks on the really popular models. There are some good deals sill left in stock on pump-driven espresso machines that will get you some nice shots of espresso with that delicious crema on top. We've been bombarded with emails about which inexpensive espresso machines to buy, and there are quite a few. We've got a total wrap up in out Holiday Buying Guide
, or see below for a few that are in-stock and ready to ship.
Today is the last day to order something from Amazon and get Free Shipping in time for Christmas; you can still shop through next week and select faster shipping to get it in time.
Krups XP4030 - (Shown above) Very capable, very good looking machine from Krups. Runs ground coffee and ESE Espresso pods. Has sold out and is back in stock. $100 off and priced at $149. Don't forget to use the $25 savings code on the page for a final price around $125.
Lello Ariete 45900 Espresso Machine - This good looking stainless steel machine cranks out good espresso, looks great and is priced to move - $99. It works with ground espresso, but not all ESE Pods. See my Review of the Lello Ariete 45900.
Gaggia 35008 - This silver beauty upgrades with brass components and of course comes with the Gaggia heritage. Don't forget to use the $25 off when buying it to drop the price to about $175.
Breville Cafe Roma ESP8XL - very nice and very capable, runs ground and ESE Espresso pods. Beautiful stainless steel (see right). See our review of this unit. $249 less $25 savings code promo = $225.
Finally the DeLonghi EC140B - Bargain priced at $79 for this pump driven espresso machine.
If you are getting an ESE Espresso Pod capable machine, don't forget to throw in some pods to enjoy easy espressos right away. Starbucks ESE pods are popular, and the espresso tastes just like the shop (if you like that kind of thing).
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Posted by Scott Martin at December 15, 2006 10:39 AM