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[Nespresso] Order 50 capsules, get FREE shipping + FREE descaling kit, TODAY ONLY!

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Dec 18, 2014
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Order 50 capsules, get FREE shipping + FREE descaling kit, TODAY ONLY!

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Expiry:
November 30, 2020
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Nespresso
Free shipping is usually $99 or more.

Offer includes free standard shipping and free descaling kit ($10) applicable to any purchase of 50 capsules or more. Limited 1 Gift per member. TODAY only!

This is great since I needed a descaling kit, and usually don't have enough to make it to free shipping. Got myself the Best Sellers 50 sample kit.
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Deal Addict
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Jun 9, 2011
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Too bad no 15% off this year. But free shipping for 50 pods + descaling kit is better than nothing
Deal Addict
Dec 8, 2008
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Ordered, needed the descaling kit anyways lol
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Dec 8, 2008
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NabeelS182 wrote: What is a descaling kit
Removes calcium buildup if you use tap water or have flow issues, I do one every year or so, especially on my home full espresso machine
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Sep 8, 2010
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Could you use vinegar to remove calcium buildups?
Newbie
Oct 3, 2018
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ovni121 wrote: Could you use vinegar to remove calcium buildups?
You can, but the vinegar taste and smell will stick to the machine. Your coffee will taste awful after that and you'll never get rid of the vinegar taste.
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Dec 20, 2018
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ovni121 wrote: Could you use vinegar to remove calcium buildups?
Or just use filtered water
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Feb 25, 2006
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Ordered. Need to replenish my coffee.

Thanks OP
Newbie
Dec 14, 2019
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Order was showing shipping charge of $8.95 for some reason. Passed on it.
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Jul 24, 2013
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Still getting 8.95 shipping fee. Not sure if I should just order and call to inquire about it
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Mar 28, 2006
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The site may be based on Eastern time? Too bad I was busy yesterday and only saw it now. I need to use that $25 promo code from my Bestbuy purchase, it will expire in a few months.
blakemark1025 wrote: Still getting 8.95 fee... maybe the deal ended?
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Apr 10, 2017
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A bit off topic:

My machine has been telling me to descale so I did the process and it auto-shut off after the procedure

Now the machine still says to descale it. Did I forget to do something? Ive had this machine for 4 yrs now and never had to re-do it sooner after descaling it

I have the Latissima Pro if that matters
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May 18, 2018
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BilelJ wrote: You can, but the vinegar taste and smell will stick to the machine. Your coffee will taste awful after that and you'll never get rid of the vinegar taste.
Use citric acid instead. No vinegar smell and it's also better for any gaskets in the machine.
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ovni121 wrote: Could you use vinegar to remove calcium buildups?
BilelJ wrote: You can, but the vinegar taste and smell will stick to the machine. Your coffee will taste awful after that and you'll never get rid of the vinegar taste.
The website says don’t use Vinegar as it can damage your machine.
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StatsGuy wrote: Or just use filtered water
Hi, even with filtered water, the Nespresso machines will still require to be descaled. The one-touch button will flash red / solid red and not operate indicating it needs to be descaled.

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angelove wrote: Hi, even with filtered water, the Nespresso machines will still require to be descaled. The one-touch button will flash red / solid red and not operate indicating it needs to be descaled.

I meant a RO filter, don't think there's anything to descale if all the minerals are removed by the RO system?

I have a whole house water softener and RO system for kitchen that I use for potable water
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Oct 3, 2018
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angelove wrote: Hi, even with filtered water, the Nespresso machines will still require to be descaled. The one-touch button will flash red / solid red and not operate indicating it needs to be descaled.
If you're using filtered water and you're sure there is no calcium buildup inside the machine, you can simply run a descaling cycle with water only whenever your machine prompts you for a descaling.
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Oct 18, 2020
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I would've preferred 15% off myself too! But guess it's time to descale my machine anyway. I'm on a caffeine kick

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