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How to snag steaming hot savings on coffee machines this Black Friday

We're talking *huge* discounts on Breville, Delonghi, Nespresso and more!
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Rise and shine, coffee enthusiasts! If you’re tired of trading your PJs for a coffee run, it may be time to snag a game-changing coffee machine.

With Black Friday officially here, your dream of crafting the perfect brew at home is about to become a reality. From Breville to Delonghi coffee machines and everything in between, we’ve sifted through the depths of Black Friday sales to bring you the crème de la crème of coffee makers.

Because great coffee is a joy, but great coffee on sale? That’s pure bliss.

The coffee machines we’re buying in the Black Friday 2023 sales

If you need to satisfy those cravings stat, there are plenty of incredible Black Friday deals you can currently scoop up.

Get in quick though – we can’t guarantee these will last!

De'Longhi Primadonna Soul Coffee Machine
Photo: Amazon

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De’Longhi Primadonna Soul fully automatic coffee machine, Amazon

$1699 (usually $2799)

At over $1000 off, get ready to embrace the future of coffee with this smart machine! Its Bean Adapt Technology tailors grind, dose and temperature based on your chosen beans, while Wi-Fi connectivity via the Coffee Link App gives you control over settings, recipes and more. With a 4.3″ TFT touch display and 21 pre-set coffee recipes, including Italian espresso and creamy cappuccinos, this machine delivers convenience and customisation.

Moccamaster Classic With Free Coffee Subscription
Photo: Thieves Coffee

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Moccamaster Classic with free coffee subscription, Thieves Coffee

From $515 (usually $590)

Revamp your mornings with the Thieves Coffee Moccamaster bundle, featuring a handcrafted Dutch Moccamaster Classic machine, filters and a choice of three or six-month coffee subscriptions. Enjoy free shipping, expert support and premium features like temperature control and a bloom phase for superior brewing—all backed by a five-year warranty.

Breville The Barista Touch Coffee Machine
Photo: Myer

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Breville The Barista Touch coffee machine, Myer

$1299 (usually $1899)

This compact machine, offering a huge $600 off, brings café-quality performance to your countertop. With a built-in grinder for on-demand coffee, a speedy three-second heat-up and an intuitive touchscreen offering eight personalised coffees, it simplifies your brewing process. Its automatic milk texturing, precise espresso extraction and hands-free operation ensure consistent barista-quality coffee.

JURA Automatic Coffee Machine
Photo: The Good Guys

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JURA ENA 8 automatic coffee machine, The Good Guys

$1399 (usually $2199)

Indulge in top-notch coffee without sacrificing space. The ENA 8 offers premium features like the Professional Aroma Grinder and fine foam technology, now with a two-cup function for simultaneous brewing. Its sleek design and array of functions, from One-Touch to WiFi connectivity, make it an elegant and high-tech addition to any small space.

In a hurry? Choose Click & Collect from your nearest Good Guys and it’ll be ready for pick up from your local store in just one hour.

Breville Barista Express Coffee Machine
Photo: The Good Guys

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Breville The Barista Express coffee machine, The Good Guys

$647 (usually $999)

Whether you’re a budding barista or a seasoned coffee aficionado, this machine effortlessly transforms your kitchen into a café. Just toss your favourite beans into the hopper, press a button and let the magic happen as it grinds and doses the perfect amount of coffee for a flavour-packed brew.

Delonghi Coffee Machine
Photo: Myer

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Delonghi La Specialista Arte manual pump coffee machine, Myer

$599 (usually $799)

This sleek and robust machine gives you a seamless and authentic coffee-making process, from grinding to dosing, tamping and texturing. With versatile recipes and a design that complements any kitchen setting, it allows you to experiment with coffee flavours using its advanced features like eight grind settings and three infusion temperature levels.

Smeg Retro Coffee Machine
Photo: Appliances Online

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Smeg cream 50s retro style espresso coffee machine, Appliances Online

$406 (usually $549)

Smeg’s espresso coffee machine, a recipient of the 2017 GOOD DESIGN Award, stands out with its compact design and innovative features. With only three buttons for single shot, double shot and steam, this manual espresso machine makes getting your daily coffee fix a breeze.

“This is the best coffee machine I’ve ever had!” said a five-star reviewer. “My daughter has the pink one so I already knew it was high quality. And my coffee is excellent!”

Nespresso Lattissima One Coffee Machine
Photo: Nespresso

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Lattissima One porcelain white coffee machine, Nespresso

$441.15 (usually $519)

This sleek machine offers the luxury of cappuccinos, lattes and espresso macchiatos at the touch of a single button. The convenience extends further with its single-serve milk jug, featuring a detachable lid for easy refills and a sensor window to prevent milk wastage by automatically stopping the flow when empty.

Sunbeam Barista Max
Photo: The Good Guys

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Sunbeam Barista Max, The Good Guys

$398 (usually $649)

This little beauty comes equipped with an integrated conical burr grinder, ensuring your coffee is freshly ground for that perfect espresso flavour. The 58mm commercial-sized group head and PID controller guarantee precise dimensions and temperature control, resulting in a rich, balanced flavour every single time.

Philips Espresso Coffee Machine
Photo: Myer

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Philips 2200S Lattego full auto espresso machine, Myer

$719.20 (usually $899)

With an intuitive touch display, the Philips coffee machine has customisation options, including three delicious fresh bean coffees – espresso, coffee and cappuccino – all easily crafted at the touch of a button. The LatteGo milk system delivers a quick 15-second cleaning process and silky smooth froth, making it the ultimate choice for effortless barista-style coffee.

Full list of coffee machine deals in the Black Friday sales 2023

Browse through our guide below to see where you can bag some of the best deals on coffee and espresso machines.

  • The Good Guys: Massive savings happening now
  • Myer: Big savings across all categories
  • Nespresso: 15 per cent off selected Nespresso products from 20 November to 28 November
  • David Jones: Score hundreds of dollars off coffee machine favourites
  • Breville: A minimum of 15 per cent off all products and accessories, plus discounts of up to $600 on selected espresso machines and more, from November 22 to November 28
  • Appliances Online: Select coffee machines already on sale
  • Catch: Score massive savings on a range of machines
  • Bing Lee: Big deals on a great range of coffee machines from top rated brands like Breville, DeLonghi, Philips, Smeg, Sunbeam, Jura and more
  • Target: Up to 50 per cent off
  • Amazon: Save thousands of dollars on best-selling machines
  • eBay: Big savings sitewide
  • Temple & Webster: Score big on cult coffee machines

When does Black Friday 2023 start and end?

Black Friday always occurs on the Friday after the US Thanksgiving. And while we don’t celebrate Thanksgiving in Australia, thankfully we do celebrate Black Friday.

This year, it falls on Friday, November 24 and continues on with Cyber Monday, which starts on Monday, November 27.

What is Black Friday and Cyber Monday?

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are major shopping events known internationally for their large sales – which occur just in time for the Christmas shopping season.

Black Friday often involves both in-store and online sales, but we recommend skipping the annoying queues by shopping online (to save yourself a bit of sanity!).

Cyber Monday, true to its name, is exclusively crafted for the online shopping experience. Like Black Friday, it’s also considered one of the biggest shopping days of the year to score deals across a range of categories.

Black Friday vs Boxing Day: which one is better?

Black Friday, despite being a relatively recent sale event in Australia, has quickly climbed the ranks. With more than 10 million Aussies splurging each year during Black Friday, it has unmistakably become the biggest shopping event for those wanting to score a pre-Christmas bargain.

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