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20% + 30% OFF All-Clad Sets; Stainless Steel 10-Piece Cookware Set $489.99

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I was looking at the All-Clad 10 piece set. This item is already 20% off of $899.99 until the end of the year at $699.99. You can then apply use the coupon code FRIEND and get another 30% off. Total cost not including tax was $489.99 plus free-shipping. You also get another pan and some oven mitts as a gift with purchase using the coupon code. Another $180 value. Bought this.

I also tried this coupon on other All-Clad sets and it worked. So if you went for super-expensive $2499.99 set, you get 20% off for their sale $1999.99 and another 30% off ($600!) with the coupon code.

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This is the starter set to get.
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This is d3. Not a good deal. Ill focus on d5 and above
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You can get D5 at this price a few times of the year at Macy's
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I'm guessing this is for professional chefs?
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much better deals at Costco, FYI
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much better deals at Costco, FYI
Can you share? I don't see any All Clad there?
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I'm guessing this is for professional chefs?
For people with passion for cookware, especially those who cannot cook well. I'm one of these.
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Then Add in another 14% cash back from that E site and another 4 or 5% from american express, and then Macy's reward points towards future purchases.
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Decent deal on great cookware. For most home cooks, D3 is plenty. I have this same set from Macy's and it's been a dream to cook on. Only complaint is that it's heavy and the handles hurt my hand so I have to use two hands to lift the bigger sautée pans. Otherwise, they're a great investment and I plan on using these for a long time.
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I'm guessing this is for professional chefs?
More for people who are attracted to higher quality and/or over-engineered products. High quality cookware does heat more evenly and therefore cook more evenly for non-pro home cooks. Lifetime warranty and less likely to ever warp over time, etc.
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much better deals at Costco, FYI
I've never seen All Clad there and have not tried whatever brand stainless steel sets they carry there before but with Costco's return policy probably a decent alternative. This particular thread is for All Clad though.
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All Clad has "factory seconds" sale a few times per year. They just had one and on the last day of the sale they did an extra 20% off already heavily discounted prices. All three items I ordered looked (to me) to be in perfect condition.
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I bought the 10 piece D5 set through Macy's last year for around $470 and its a great set. Came with the "free" lasagna pan and oven mitts. Picked up the 5.5 qt dutch oven from the factory seconds sale a couple weeks ago for $100 and it was in perfect shape, that was the only piece I felt the set was missing.

I also picked up the french skillet set for $100 but they are not brushed. Almost returned them but didn't since the price was right and I like them.
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much better deals at Costco, FYI
Hi. I actually didn't see All-clad at Costco (Seattle) on Sunday when I was there. I also looked at costco.com and didn't see all-clad there. Where did you see All-Clad a costco?
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