How to save money on the Philips Perfect Draft system + beer kegs (includes BeerHawk)

How to save money on the Philips Perfect Draft system + beer kegs (includes BeerHawk)

Buying a machine:

The RRP of the machine = £250

  1. Generally, the cheapest way of buying a new machine is to go to https://10ws.co/2UWeAv3 and add one of the bundles to the basket and then use a 10% off discount code from https://10ws.co/3bbOaMa
  2. Also, check eBay / Facebook marketplace / Shpock for used machines
  3. Amazon sometimes have the machines in stock but expect to pay full price
  4. Costco sometimes stock the machine
  5. Saveur Biere – They sell at decent prices (Euros), however, it’s click and collect only (and they’re in France, link to Google Maps)

Buying the kegs:

When you buy kegs remember: Companies like BeerHawk pay £5 in credit for every returned keg + you get 5% in reward points for every £1 you spend on the kegs etc in the first place and new customers get 10% off as well

  1. Buy in bulk, it’s as simple as that, BeerHawk often have a buy 6 and save 15% promotion running
  2. There are also several exclusive discounts codes available for BeerHawk on Facebook Groups such as Perfect Draft Keg Tips (currently it gives 15% off any order of 3 kegs).
  3. Saveur Biere are a French seller of loads of beer brands – They sell at decent prices (Euros), however, it appears to be click and collect only (and they’re in France, link to Google Maps)
  4. Bier Wein are a German seller, you have to add delivery (4 kegs for €23.90) + €5 for each keg deposit (extra tip, use Monzo / Curve etc to pay the Mastercard exchange rate on your order). Note: The website is quite old but it does work.
  5. My-Food-Online are a German seller, you have to add delivery (4 kegs for £23.16) + €5 for each keg deposit (automatically added at checkout)
  6. Drinks Shop are a UK seller but very limited stock
  7. Premier Lever Edge (Bolton)

Note: BeerHawk do unofficially accept returns from other suppliers so you can maximise the cost of buying from 3rd parties, however, it’s best to check with them as this is subject to change

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