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Nespresso x Johanna Ortiz Holiday Advent Calendar (Original or Vertuo) EXPIRED

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Nespresso has select Nespresso x Johanna Ortiz Limited Edition Holiday Advent Calendar (Original or Vertuo) on sale listed below (free holiday card, sample pack, or recycling bag is available w/ purchase; add to cart during checkout). Shipping is free on orders $35 or more.

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  • Additional savings if purchase more than one advent calendar; see discount in post above price per container; be sure to add your free samples during checkout w/ purchase
  • This product is designed by Johanna Ortiz. With the Nespresso Advent Calendar, enjoy a surprise a day with Original/Vertuo capsules from December 1st to 23rd and a gift on the 24th
  • Great way to kick off and add excitement to this year's festivities,
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Nespresso has the Vertuo and Original Advent Calendars on-sale for 40% off.

The Advent calendar provides 23 days of different coffees leading up to Christmas, with a surprise gift on the 24th.

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https://www.nespresso.com/us/en/o...t-calendar

Original:

https://www.nespresso.com/us/en/o...t-calendar
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So here's the math for those with Original line:
Apply the $15 off $50 will get you $39 for 2 of these.
That's 46 pods for $39, which is around $0.848 each.
The cheapest pod is $0.70, so the premium you pay is $0.148/pod. Times 46, and you're spending $6.81 more than you normally would.

BUT... you get 2 mugs for $6.81, and a chance to try a variety of different espressos, so that is a pretty good deal, to me at least.
I got the vertuo one at regular price and feel like it was overpriced. I knew what I was getting into but was a little disappointed just opening a pod each day. The white mug that you get on the 24th is pretty nice, so I'm happy about that. That said, I would be happy with this advent set at the marked down price.
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Use code GIFTFORYOU20 for $20 off $70 or GIFTFORYOU15 for $15 off $50 on applicable accounts.
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I got the vertuo one at regular price and feel like it was overpriced. I knew what I was getting into but was a little disappointed just opening a pod each day. The white mug that you get on the 24th is pretty nice, so I'm happy about that. That said, I would be happy with this advent set at the marked down price.
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Isn't that over $1 per pod? Not sure how this is a deal unless it is being given as a gift... in which case it's a little late since it's less than 24 days until Christmas.
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I got the vertuo one at regular price and feel like it was overpriced. I knew what I was getting into but was a little disappointed just opening a pod each day. The white mug that you get on the 24th is pretty nice, so I'm happy about that. That said, I would be happy with this advent set at the marked down price.
I'm excited to try it. I also felt it was overpriced since I've heard it doesn't have as many limited edition coffees as I'd hope. This will be a fun experience at the discounted price. I also added Cafecito de Puerto Rico to my order with promo code giftforyou15.

Since it's December 8th technically the Advent calendar will be almost half over by the time these are delivered, but I have multiple coffees per day anyway.
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Isn't that over $1 per pod? Not sure how this is a deal unless it is being given as a gift... in which case it's a little late since it's less than 24 days until Christmas.
It's a fun experience to try different coffees and spoiler: you get a mug on the 24th day.
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So here's the math for those with Original line:
Apply the $15 off $50 will get you $39 for 2 of these.
That's 46 pods for $39, which is around $0.848 each.
The cheapest pod is $0.70, so the premium you pay is $0.148/pod. Times 46, and you're spending $6.81 more than you normally would.

BUT... you get 2 mugs for $6.81, and a chance to try a variety of different espressos, so that is a pretty good deal, to me at least.
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Quote from luv2ctheworld :
So here's the math for those with Original line:
Apply the $15 off $50 will get you $39 for 2 of these.
That's 46 pods for $39, which is around $0.848 each.
The cheapest pod is $0.70, so the premium you pay is $0.148/pod. Times 46, and you're spending $6.81 more than you normally would.

BUT... you get 2 mugs for $6.81, and a chance to try a variety of different espressos, so that is a pretty good deal, to me at least.
I'm mostly doing it for the experience. I wasn't going to get it at $50 since I figured I'd be better off buying 4-5 sleeves of the holiday coffees. At $30 I turned my brain off and just went with it. Spoiler: Apparently the mug is a Lume too so it's different than the Welcome Gift mugs I already have which I love. $35 with a sleeve of Cafecito de Puerto Rico was too good of a deal to pass up.
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Any chance this is something you can put away and gift next year? I'm not a coffee drinker, but I know that would work with tea.
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Any chance this is something you can put away and gift next year? I'm not a coffee drinker, but I know that would work with tea.
The coffee shouldn't spoil, but taste would be degraded.
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Any chance this is something you can put away and gift next year? I'm not a coffee drinker, but I know that would work with tea.
Nespresso insists that the coffee lasts indefinitely if stored properly. The date on it will likely say that it's best before ~ August.
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I'm mostly doing it for the experience. I wasn't going to get it at $50 since I figured I'd be better off buying 4-5 sleeves of the holiday coffees. At $30 I turned my brain off and just went with it. Spoiler: Apparently the mug is a Lume too so it's different than the Welcome Gift mugs I already have which I love. $35 with a sleeve of Cafecito de Puerto Rico was too good of a deal to pass up.
Got mine for the experience too and 4 days in its kind of a bummer. I got one decaf. 🤮
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Got mine for the experience too and 4 days in its kind of a bummer. I got one decaf. 🤮
They should all be the same.

I don't mind decaf late at night or on a lazy Sunday. 😅
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Quote from luv2ctheworld :
So here's the math for those with Original line:
Apply the $15 off $50 will get you $39 for 2 of these.
That's 46 pods for $39, which is around $0.848 each.
The cheapest pod is $0.70, so the premium you pay is $0.148/pod. Times 46, and you're spending $6.81 more than you normally would.

BUT... you get 2 mugs for $6.81, and a chance to try a variety of different espressos, so that is a pretty good deal, to me at least.
One thing though...you could apply the coupon on just sleeves itself...getting a 100 pods would then cost only about 50 cents per pod, so in essence, you are actually paying more like 16 dollars total for the two mugs.
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