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6-Qt Martha Stewart Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven (various colors) EXPIRED

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Macy's has 6-Qt Martha Stewart Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven (various colors) on sale for $39.99 after $20 Rebate. Select in-store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free for orders over $99 or on your entire order when you add a beauty item to your purchase (from $3). Thanks daisybeetle

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6-Quart Martha Stewart Collection Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven [macys.com] $60 - $20 rebate = $40. See below to earn $10 Macys eGift Card via Slickdeals rebate. Choose store pickup where available, or shipping is free on orders over $99 or shipping is free on your whole order when you add a beauty item to your order (from $3 [macys.com]).


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Receive a $10 Macys egift card for orders over $25 at Macys [macys.com] when you follow the instructions below.

Click here [formstack.com] and follow instructions to activate rebate link. For orders over $25, receive a $10 Macy's eGift card via Slickdeals Rebate after you follow instructions in rebate (some exclusions apply, see offer for details). You must click through our Slickdeals rebate link to make your purchase, anywhere else will invalidate the rebate. Limit 3 per household.
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Ok.... I have both the Martha Stewart,8qt and the Sam's, 6qt. The difference between the Sam's and Stewart pots will be found in the fit and finish. The Stewart pot has a very tight fitting lid. Steam escaping from the pot is difficult. The finish is, in my opinion, more beautiful, on the Stewart cast iron. That said, I do own both and I am happy with both, but if I had to choose one, it would be the 8qt Stewart pot.
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Finally my "Martha Stewart Dutch Oven" alert pays off!
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$30 for a 6 qt is a great deal. Sam's Clubs' Travatino or whatever is doing my household cooking very good. Anybody have history with Martha's gear?
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$30 for a 6 qt is a great deal. Sam's Clubs' Travatino or whatever is doing my household cooking very good. Anybody have history with Martha's gear?
I've got the the Tramontina and it is great. We've had it for about two years and use it a lot. I would like this deal if there were other sizes, but don't need another 6qt.
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$30 for a 6 qt is a great deal. Sam's Clubs' Travatino or whatever is doing my household cooking very good. Anybody have history with Martha's gear?
Ok.... I have both the Martha Stewart,8qt and the Sam's, 6qt. The difference between the Sam's and Stewart pots will be found in the fit and finish. The Stewart pot has a very tight fitting lid. Steam escaping from the pot is difficult. The finish is, in my opinion, more beautiful, on the Stewart cast iron. That said, I do own both and I am happy with both, but if I had to choose one, it would be the 8qt Stewart pot.
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Nice deals at Macy's today. Keep em coming Bois
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My wife just bought a 6 quart Lodge enameled cast iron pot (blue) for $30. It was on clearance in Target for $40 and then she used a 15% coupon that came in the mail as well as the 5% target card. Not sure how this brand compares to Lodge.
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Wonder how this compares to Le Creuset, and Costco (besides the price)...

Also how long is Martha's warranty?

Thanks to the other poster about SAM's club Dutch Oven comparison.
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Lodge was $39 w/ Prime before Christmas, although I have no idea how the two compare quality-wise. I personally love my Lodge, and can't figure out how I ever lived without it.
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$30 for a 6 qt is a great deal. Sam's Clubs' Travatino or whatever is doing my household cooking very good. Anybody have history with Martha's gear?
There's reports of some minor chipping after some use, but anything shy of a le crueset will have some faults. I love the design of the Martha Stewart line the best. In for 1!
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Use those coupons Macys sent out with their Plenti announcement
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Use those coupons Macys sent out with their Plenti announcement
Are they generic coupons or targeted? Anyone have one to spare? Please pm me thx!
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Why not use a unique SD coupon code?

It could be tracked so that SD get's their incentive.
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