Retail Scorecard: Espresso Makers

Espresso makers on sale at Bed Bath & Beyond, Williams-Sonoma and Sur La Table
June 13, 2016David Gill

RetailScorecardNEW YORK-Espresso makers got the sale treatment in Bed Bath & Beyond, Williams-Sonoma and Sur La Table last week.

At Bed Bath, the Nespresso Citiz espresso maker was on sale for $239.99, down from $299.99, and the Nespresso Pixie Aeroccino espresso maker was marked down from $229.99 to $183.99. The Nespresso VertuoLine Evoluo was sale-priced at $159.99 (was $199.99), and the illy Francis Francis Y5 iper espresso maker came for a price of $349.99, down from $399.99. The illy Francis Francis Model X7.1, previously $299.99, was available for $249.99, and the De’Longhi Lattissima Plus espresso/latte/cappuccino maker was tagged at $319.99 (was $399.99).

Williams-Sonoma offered the Nespresso Evoluo coffee and espresso maker for $199.96, down from $249.95, and the Nespresso Citiz for $199.96 (was $249.95). The Saeco Gran Barista Avanti, previously $3,999, was sale-priced at $2,999.95, and the Saeco Exprelia Evo automatic espresso maker was priced down from $2,499 to $1,999.95. The Breville Barista Express was on offer for $599.95, down from $1,000, and the Krups Fully Automatic espresso maker was on sale for $999.95, down from $1,200.

Several Nespresso products had sales going at Sur La Table. The Nespresso Citiz, previously $249, was offered for $198.96, and the same model with milk attachment was tagged at $238.96, down from $299. The Nespresso Prodigio’s price tag was $198.96, down from $249, and the same model with a milk frother was available for $238.96 (was $299). The Nespresso Inissia was marked down from $149 to $118.96. The De’Longhi Dedica Pump espresso maker, previously $299.95, was on sale for $224.99.

David GillDavid Gill | Contributing Editor

David Gill is a contributing editor to HFN.

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