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Calphalon Commercial 13-Piece Cookware Set $129.99 @ Costco in-store and online 10/26/17 - 11/22/17

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Calphalon Commercial 13-Piece Cookware Set $129.99 @ Costco in-store and online 10/26/17 - 11/22/17
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This is the lowest I have seen for this set to date over several years.

3-piece Set Includes:
8" Omelette Pan
10" Omelette Pan
12" Omelette Pan
1.5 Qt. Sauce Pan with Cover
2.5 Qt. Sauce Pan with Cover
3 Qt. Chef's Pan with Cover
3 Qt. Saute Pan with Cover
6 Qt. Stock Pot with Cover

Features:
Durable, hard anodized aluminum heats quickly and evenly for gourmet results
Nonstick interior releases food, and resists stains and odors
Dual-riveted, cast stainless steel handles stay cool on the stovetop
Glass lids let you monitor dishes without losing moisture, flavor or nutrients
Recommended for use with nylon, coated or wood utensils
Oven safe to 450 degrees
Recommended hand wash only
Vessels Made in USA
Assembled in USA
Lifetime Mfg warranty
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sorry but OT... link to newest coupon book?
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How do I apply the coupon online?
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How do I apply the coupon online?
Go online on or after 26th.. add to card and the 50$ off would be automatically applied.
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sorry but OT... link to newest coupon book?
https://slickdeals.net/f/10670960-costco-coupon-book-10-26-2017-to-11-22-2017?v=1&src=SiteSearch
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Go online on or after 26th.. add to card and the 50$ off would be automatically applied.
members only for coupon?
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members only for coupon?
Their coupon books state member-only so I would guess that yes, for members only.

EDIT: They do sell it at Google Express so theoretically, when it goes on sale, you can buy it there with a 10% markup. Could be a good deal if you had the 25% coupon from the Walmart notification (can be used on any store) even with that markup. Note that some states don't allow it though: https://support.google.com/expres...er/7038306
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I have three comments:
  • Calphalon have low grade cookware lines, so just because it's Calphalon doesn't mean much
  • Cookware sets in general tend to be low grade. Better to buy individual quality items you will actually use.
  • Cookware sets tend to include items you'll never/rarely use, unless you cook only for yourself and you have a small appetite.
In short, take a close look at these before buying. If you buy this set and it turns out to be crap, dump them back on CostCo and get your money back rather than bitch about how crap they are.

Remember people: any company that sells FEIT products will have no problem selling really shit cookware.
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Great deal!
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Their coupon books state member-only so I would guess that yes, for members only.

EDIT: They do sell it at Google Express so theoretically, when it goes on sale, you can buy it there with a 10% markup. Could be a good deal if you had the 25% coupon from the Walmart notification (can be used on any store) even with that markup. Note that some states don't allow it though: https://support.google.com/expres...er/7038306
I have an extra 25% coupon. Can you you use an expired costco # with google?
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I have an extra 25% coupon. Can you you use an expired costco # with google?

If you don't live in of these states, you don't need CostCo membership and there won't be any fee.

Arizona
California
Colorado
Idaho
Montana
Nevada
South Carolina
Utah
Wyoming
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I have three comments:
  • Calphalon have low grade cookware lines, so just because it's Calphalon doesn't mean much
  • Cookware sets in general tend to be low grade. Better to buy individual quality items you will actually use.
  • Cookware sets tend to include items you'll never/rarely use, unless you cook only for yourself and you have a small appetite.
In short, take a close look at these before buying. If you buy this set and it turns out to be crap, dump them back on CostCo and get your money back rather than bitch about how crap they are.

Remember people: any company that sells FEIT products will have no problem selling really shit cookware.
how many phillips bits are in this set?
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If you don't live in of these states, you don't need CostCo membership and there won't be any fee.

Arizona
California
Colorado
Idaho
Montana
Nevada
South Carolina
Utah
Wyoming

https://support.google.com/expres...er/7038306

Doesn't it mean that you can't order from Costco using Google Express from these stores but there will be a Costco access fee of 10% added.
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I have an extra 25% coupon. Can you you use an expired costco # with google?
Hmm, maybe. That's a tough answer because if it doesn't work, you will only know if GE rejects the order and that only happens if Costco rejects the number. Not sure if the coupon gets affected if that happens.
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I have three comments:
  • Calphalon have low grade cookware lines, so just because it's Calphalon doesn't mean much
  • Cookware sets in general tend to be low grade. Better to buy individual quality items you will actually use.
  • Cookware sets tend to include items you'll never/rarely use, unless you cook only for yourself and you have a small appetite.
In short, take a close look at these before buying. If you buy this set and it turns out to be crap, dump them back on CostCo and get your money back rather than bitch about how crap they are.

Remember people: any company that sells FEIT products will have no problem selling really shit cookware.

FEIT as in the light bulbs, or is this another acronym I have to learn?
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