All-Clad sale 2019
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When it comes to Cyber Monday kitchen deals, they’re just about everywhere online. But for those who know that they want to spend their money on All-Clad this year, you won’t have to look any further than this list. 

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At this very moment, there are still a handful of very good, very discounted sales happening on All-Clad products, found at places like Wayfair and Macy’s. We’ve gathered all of the best deals on these elegant pots, pans, and roasters from All-Clad (we’re especially into the 13-piece nonstick cookware set that’s ideal for stocking a new kitchen), and keep in mind that while many of these deals may hang around through the weekend, these items tend to go fast

Hard Anodized 8- and 10-Inch Fry Pan Set, $59.99


It’s certainly hard to find All-Clad pans that are this discounted—especially at this price for two—but Nordstrom is giving it a good deal for Cyber Monday. These nonstick pans boast flat bottoms and flared sides for easy flipping and stirring. Buy Now

Hard Anodized Square Griddle, $49.99 at Macy’s

No need to drop $100-plus on a boozy brunch. Gather the gal pals and whip up some pancakes, crepes, and omelettes on this always-reliable griddle. You’ll save time, money, and the need to leave your home. A true win-win-win. Buy Now

Lasagna Pan with Lid, $49.95 at Home & Cook Sales

Home & Cook

Down from $170, this lasagna pan was made to roast all of your pasta and casserole dishes. The additional plastic lid means you don’t even need to transfer leftovers—everything can be stored and transported in the pan. Buy Now

Hard Anodized Nonstick Roaster with Rack, $79.99 at Bed, Bath & Beyond

Bed, Bath & Beyond

Save 20% on this nonstick roaster, complete with a rack, from Bed, Bath & Beyond. The V-shaped rack means all of your meat and poultry will evenly brown, and the bottom of the roasting pan will catch all extra juices for your basting and glazing needs. Buy Now

6-Piece Assorted Kitchen Utensil Set, $90.02 at Wayfair


Get $10 off on these assorted kitchen tools on Wayfair (just input code GOURMET19 at checkout), which can be used with nonstick pans. The set includes a ladle, a solid spoon, a slotted spoon, a turner, a fork, and a caddy. Buy Now

4-Quart Stainless Steel Soup Pot, $199.95 at Nordstrom


Let your soups and stews simmer away in this 4-quart stainless steel pot from Nordstrom. The high-quality pot is able to heat and cook quickly and evenly, thanks to its aluminum base. Buy Now

7-Piece Cookware Set, $299.99 at Bloomingdales


In need of a small grouping of pots and pans to round out your cookware set? Try All-Clad’s 7-piece cookware bundle (40% off at Bloomingdales at checkout), complete with a fry pan, two sauce pans with matching lids, and a lidded stock pot. Buy Now

13-Piece Nonstick Cookware Set, $399.95 at Home & Cook Sales

Home and Cook

Normally $900, this 13-piece nonstick cookware set from the All-Clad factory is ready to be used for all of your cooking needs. The set comes with three fry pans, three sauce pans with matching lids, a soup pot with a lid, and a stock pot with a lid.  Buy Now

All-Clad D5 Brushed Stainless Steel 10-Piece Set, $699.96 at Sur la Table

Sur La Table

This 10-piece set normally clocks in at over $1,500, but for Black Friday, Sur La Table is marking it down nearly 50% off. The set comes with two skillets, two sauce pans with matching lids, a sauté pan with a lid, and a stockpot with a lid. Plus, if you spend $500 on All-Clad cookware during Sur La Table’s sale, you can receive a bonus roaster and two pot holders (valued at $169.95).   Buy Now

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Amy Schulman is an associate editor at Chowhound. She is decidedly pro-chocolate.
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