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If you’ve been meaning to upgrade your coffee maker or are a first time buyer ready to ride the second wave in your kitchen, it’s finally time to get things brewing. Of course, Prime Day is currently in full swing, but for those of you who aren’t Amazon VIPs, the online retailer is also offering discounts to the masses on several fancy-pants rigs that will help you unleash your inner-barista.

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Even if your dream machine isn’t on sale, it may be worth finally checking it off your wish list anyway. Just think of all the money you’ll save making your lattes and espressos at home instead of splurging for a cup each morning at your local coffee shop. Your purchase will basically pay for itself in no time.

Cuisinart 14-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker, $71.40 on Amazon (normally $185)

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Let’s start with a fairly old-fashioned (but by no means basic) model. It has over 5,000 reviews and manages to keep a 4-star rating, and right now, it’s 61 percent off. In addition to brew strength control so you can adjust the potency of your cup, and 24-hour programmable functionality, it has a reusable filter, so you’ll save on paper too. Few frills compared to some others on this list, yet it’ll still get you going in the morning, and is a great deal at just over $70.Buy Now

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Nespresso Vertuo Coffee and Espresso Maker by Breville, $149.96 (normally $199.95)

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This compact coffee and espresso maker combo is another Amazon customer favorite, and it’s 25 percent off right now. Brew five different sizes depending on how strong you need your java on any given day, all with the touch of a button. The discounted price includes a Nespresso Vertuo capusle welcome kit with an assortment of 12 single serve coffee capsules.Buy Now

Technivorm Moccamaster 59616 KBG Coffee Brewer, $309 on Amazon (normally $359)

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Handmade in the Netherlands, the Technivorm Moccamaster KBG is as a much a coffee brewer as it is a work of art. You’ll be able to brew up 40 ounces of quality java in only six minutes. Perhaps the most impressive feature on this stunner is a specialty hot plate that will keep your coffee warm without sacrificing taste. Buy now and you’ll save a Grant off the retail price.Buy Now

Ascaso Dream Up V3 Semi-Automatic Espresso Machine, $499 on Amazon (normally $599)

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This sleek beauty gives you the option of using ground coffee or Easy Serving Espresso (E.S.E.) pods if you want make the brewing process a little easier. There’s even room to brew a double shot if you need an extra pick-me-up and a built-in milk frother will help send you on the cappuccino route. Make sure to click the coupon for that extra $100 savings.Buy Now

KRUPS EA8298 Cappuccino Bar, $594.49 on Amazon (normally $644.49)

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Cappuccino fans will be in heaven with this all-in-one fully-automatic espresso machine. From the built-in-grinder with adjustable settings to the milk frother which is removable for easy cleaning, the Cappuccino Bar is packed with impressive bells and whistles that make it well worth the price of admission. Be sure to click to apply the 50 percent off coupon to get the discounted price.Buy Now

Gaggia Brera Super Automatic Espresso Machine, $459.00 on Amazon

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Direct from Italy, this magnificent marvel will allow you to brew shots of espresso as good as anything you’ll find in Milan. The machine is compact, so it won’t take up too much space in your kitchen, but performs as well as, if not better than its bulkier peers. It’s also easy to clean and just as simple to master with a simple-to-follow LED display. True, it’s not discounted at all, but if you have an Amazon rewards card, think of all the points you’ll earn!Buy Now

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David is a food and culture writer based in Los Angeles by way of New York City. His work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, CBS Local, Mashable, and Gawker.
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