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simard | Oct 29, 201810:13 AM     19

Hi,

I've been researching "forever cookware" for a while now, and have decided to start slowly investing in Demeyere Atlantis pieces one or two at a time. I already have the 9 in. Proline skillet (as it's been on sale on many sites for a couple of months), and am looking to add the 4.2 qt saute pan and maybe the 2.1 qt saucier. My question is when (and where) is the best time to buy?

The linked thread seems to show that 20% + 20% off is pretty solid, but I can't seem to find that. I've read that they typically go on sale in the fall (which seems to be the case, as everything is 20% off at W-S and CandM); however, CandM doesn't seem to do coupon codes anymore, and the W-S additional 20% off excludes Demeyere.

Any advice on when and where to get something along the lines of 20% + 20% off? Or is that kind of deal a thing of the past?

Thanks!

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