Behind every productive, grouch-free day is a mammoth cup of coffee or espresso. While you might’ve always grabbed your caffeine on your way into the office, but the past few months of working from home has taught us the value of actually owning a coffee maker. (Read: Nobody wants to roll out of bed, mask up, and wait in line for their java fix.)
If you have yet to buy a caffeine machine—or want to upgrade your current setup—look no further. Today, Amazon is selling two Nespresso Vertuo Next Coffee and Espresso machines for under $ 100. (Yes, you read that correctly.)
There’s a reason why Nespresso is the reigning champion of the coffee counter. Not only can it whip up a delicious jolt of caffeine (with the perfect amount of crema), but it’s also incredibly user-friendly. Naturally, its Vertuo Next Coffee and Espresso machine is no exception.
Compact enough to fit on most kitchen counters, this option makes getting a caffeine fix almost as easy as, say, ordering from your favorite café. Simply insert one of Nespresso’s pre-packaged pods into the machine, select one of six sizes, and press start. This option will automatically adjust the temperature, brewing time, and pressure, leaving you with a delicious beverage every single time. Best of all? This machine can make coffee and espresso drinks. It’s like having your very own barista.
Today, Amazon is selling two versions of Nespresso’s Vertuo Next Coffee and Espresso Machine—one by Breville and another by De’Longhi—for just under $ 100. While these models might have slight differences in appearance, they generally operate very similarly. And, no matter which model you choose, you’re walking away with a great deal. In fact, Amazon price-tracking platform CamelCamelCamel claims this is the cheapest these machines have ever been.
To sweeten the deal, Amazon is throwing in 30 Nespresso coffee capsules for no additional fee. But, let’s be honest: We had you at “Nespresso for under $ 100,” didn’t we?
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