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Tools of the Trade: 8-Qt Casserole Pot w/ Lid, 7.5 Qt Covered Wok EXPIRED

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Macys.com has select Tools of the Trade Cookware on sale for $19.99 - $10 Rebate = $9.99. Store pickup is free if stock permits otherwise shipping is free when you add a beauty item to your order (from $3) or on orders $99+. Thanks daisybeetle

Note, prices listed below after $10 RebateAlso available, Macys.com has 10-Piece Tools of the Trade Bakeware Set on sale for $24.99 - $10 off w/ promo code SCORE25 = $14.99. Store pickup is free if stock permits otherwise shipping is free when you add a beauty item to your order (from $3) or on orders $99+.

Also available, Macys.com has 3x Tools of the Trade Kitchen Accessories on sale for $29.97 - $10 off w/ promo code SCORE25 = $19.97 when you add a quantity of 3 items listed below to cart (can mix & match). Store pickup is free if stock permits otherwise shipping is free when you add a beauty item to your order (from $3) or on orders $99+.
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Thanks OP.
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Thanks OP.
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The rebate isn't valid yet, correct?
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Looking at the rebate it looks like you can't stack it. Can anyone with previous experience with Macy's rebates confirm?
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thank you OP
just in time need a casserole pot and 8QT will totally do
plus the price is unbeatable
repped and I got one
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How are Tools of the Trade products? I believe it's Macy's house brand, and I have only used their mixing bowls, which have been decent.

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Why do these have nonstick interior surfaces? I'm not even afraid of Teflon. It's just something to get worn and chipped, however.
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Thanks. In for 1 8 quart pot.
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Looking at the rebate it looks like you can't stack it. Can anyone with previous experience with Macy's rebates confirm?
If you're asking whether you can buy more than 1 item and get rebates, you can. On one of the previous sales, I bought one of each of the listed things, and got $10 back for each purchase.
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How are Tools of the Trade products? I believe it's Macy's house brand, and I have only used their mixing bowls, which have been decent.

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Not good quality. I bought this and a similar priced stainless steel pot from JCPenney - Cooks brand. And tools of the trade started showing spots after just one use. Whereas Cooks pot looks brand new after multiple uses. But for the price I would still pick up one. The convenience of being able to use dishwasher with SS applainces is a huge time saver.
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Not good quality. I bought this and a similar priced stainless steel pot from JCPenney - Cooks brand. And tools of the trade started showing spots after just one use. Whereas Cooks pot looks brand new after multiple uses. But for the price I would still pick up one. The convenience of being able to use dishwasher with SS applainces is a huge time saver.
Thank you for the response; based on your experience, I'm skipping this purchase.

I'm currently using a 6-quart pan made by KitchenAid and wanted another one that I could use as an occasional backup, but a Tools of the Trade wok seems like a significant downgrade from the KitchenAid pan.

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How are Tools of the Trade products? I believe it's Macy's house brand, and I have only used their mixing bowls, which have been decent.

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I have had the 5 qt chili pot for ~3 years, I use it for ~80% of the food I make, and cook daily.

For the price, it is a very good value. It doesn't have a thick bottom, so it doesn't have great heat retention. The handles work well and I haven't experienced any heat transfer to my hands. I can't comment on the true durability of the non-stick surface because my roommate used steel utensils on it and scuffed it up.

If you're paying $10 for a pot and getting that many miles out of it, I'd say pull the trigger.
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