If you drink coffee regularly, we've found a deal that could save you time and money. Sign up to a Lavazza pod coffee subscription and choose a Lavazza coffee machine worth up to £199 for just £1.

If you can be bothered to do some back-of-the-envelope calculations to work out how much coffee you drink, a coffee pod subscription is a very convenient, zero-effort way of ensuring you never run out of the good stuff.

Here's how it works. Head over to Lavazza and decide on the capsule coffee machine you’d like. Then choose a the type, volume and frequency of capsules to be delivered. You have to sign up to a minimum of eight deliveries but they can be spaced out up to 12 weeks apart.

If you don't want to be tied down to a subscription service, then check out the deals we've found below.  

If you’re not sure what kind of machine you want, we’ve got buying advice after the deals, so take a look. The kind of coffee machine you go for really depends on your lifestyle. Price is obviously an important factor. But more than that, it's about ease of use.

If you want your coffee in seconds, without expending any effort, a capsule machine is the way to go. If you're a volume drinker, a filter coffee machine would work well for you. And if you are as into the process of making the perfect cup as you are the result, then go for a manual espresso or a bean-to-cup machine.

We've also rounded up the best coffee makers and machines in our handy article that rates the best we've tested. We've also got a guide to the best smart kitchen gadgets if you're looking for more kitchen tech.

Best coffee machine deals for June 2020

Best coffee machine discounts: What to look for

You'll find a few recurring brands like Tassimo, Nespresso, De'Longhi and Bosch when looking for your coffee machine. The first thing to figure out though is what sort of coffee machine you're looking for. There are four main categories, and which is right to you will depend on your taste, your budget, and how much effort you want to put into your morning brew.

Manual espresso machines

The coffee obsessive's machine of choice, home espresso machines are essentially mini versions of what you'll find in a typical coffee shop. These rely on highly pressurised steam to produce shots of espresso, which you can then mix with milk or water for longer drinks. A manual espresso machine is probably the way to get the absolute best coffee at home, but it does require a bit more patience and effort, and it may take you time to learn how to make it just right.

Bean-to-cup machines

If that sounds like a lot of work, you might prefer a bean-to-cup machine. These are essentially automatic espresso machines: you just add the beans, hit a button, and the machine will grind, heat, and brew, delivering you a shot of espresso with minimal effort. There is one big downside: you'll have to pay for all that tech, with good bean-to-cup machines starting around £400 and often climbing to £1,000 and above.

Capsule/pod machines

Aficionados may recoil, but capsule machines are a great option if you want something quick and easy. Nespresso is the market leader here, but there are rivals. You'll also get a lot of choice, with higher end machines including more brewing options, milk frothers, and even smart functionality. Just remember that while the machine might be cheaper, you need to factor in the cost of capsules.

Filter machines

Finally, if you just want no-frills black coffee, you might want a filter machine. The old office staple is still a great choice, especially if you need to make coffee for lots of people at once, and the machines are often friendlier on your wallet. Look out for how long the machine can keep coffee warm after its brewed, how many cups it can make at once, and whether it has the option to schedule coffee to brew at set times - or even smart functionality so you can set it to brew remotely.

Where to find coffee machine sales, deals & discounts

You'll be able to find savings on coffee machines from plenty of different retailers. If you find a model you like, we would also advise comparing the price against at least two to three other retailers and of course against Amazon if you haven't already to find the best price.

As with most things, Amazon is one of the best places to look first, especially if you look in the Deals of the Day. These discounts offered for a limited time (often for a few hours only), or until stocks run out - they're also known as Lightning Deals.

We'd recommend signing up to Amazon's 30 day free trial of Prime, which will not only get you access to Lightning deals 30 minutes earlier than non-Prime members, but will also get you free next-day delivery. Plus, you'll get access to Prime Video, which you can access through your smart TV, and other benefits during your trial, too.

If you're in the UK, other great places to look include Argos, Currys, AO, and Very. It's always worth keeping John Lewis in mind too – the company's price match policies mean it often matches some of the best deals from other retailers, while including better customer service and warranty policies.

Best coffee machine deals

1. Lavazza Desea

From: Lavazza

Was: £199

Now: £119  (£80 off)

The Desea is our top-reviewed machine. It has four options and five milk recipes, so you can make cappuccinos and more. The £119 offer is only available on the brown model of the machine. The black and cream versions are discounted to £139. 

2. Lavazza Idola

From: AO.com

Was: £139

Now: £99  (£40 off)

This is a great deal - close to a third off a very good coffee machine. We've tested the Idola and would recommend it, although you should note that it does not come with a milk frother.  

3. Lavazza Tiny

From: Lavazza

Was: £59

Now: £39  (£20 off)

As the name suggests, this very small pod espresso machine (12cm x 29cm x 25cm) is currently on sale for a correspondingly dinky price. A solid deal.

4. De'longhi Nescafe Dolce Gusto Jovia

From: Currys PC World

Was: £39.99

Now: £29.99  (£10 off)

Get 25% off a compact Nescafe coffee maker.

5. Bosch Tassimo Happy TAS1001GB Coffee Machine

From: Amazon

Was: £99.99

Now: £46.92  (£53.07 off)

This machine is currently for sale on other sites for £99.99, so this is a less than half price deal on a bijoux (ad very purple) coffee maker.

6. Russell Hobbs Buckingham Filter Coffee Machine, 1.25 Litre

From: Amazon

Was: £54.99

Now: £38.87  (£16.12 off)

If you're a volume drinker, get this stylish Russell Hobbs filter machine with a permanent filter and inbuilt timer for almost 30% off the RRP.