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All-Clad Factory Seconds Sale:+ Extra 10% Off: 3-Quart Sauce Pan / BD5 w/ Lid EXPIRED

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Home and Cook Sales is having their All-Clad Factory Seconds Sale. Provide your Email Address to enter the sale. Get an Additional 10% Off + Free Shipping in cart when you apply discount code VIP10. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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The products on sale on this site are factory seconds. Per the site: "They have minor cosmetic scratches and/or dents. There are no defects which will affect the cookware's performance." Refer to this page for complete details regarding factory seconds. -Corwin

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Hmm. Higher prices compared to the last seconds sale and the coupon then was 20% off on top of that. Will wait for better deals to come
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I've been shopping this sale for a few years and agree that the prices are higher this time.
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Hmm. Higher prices compared to the last seconds sale and the coupon then was 20% off on top of that. Will wait for better deals to come
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Hmm. Higher prices compared to the last seconds sale and the coupon then was 20% off on top of that. Will wait for better deals to come
I've been shopping this sale for a few years and agree that the prices are higher this time.
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Tks, OP. Needed to get the odd-sized measuring cups and they're rarely in these online sales, and only occasionally at the physical sale.
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Just to head people off at the pass - yes, this is legit all clad and 99% of the items have no discernable defects.

Yes there are other brands that are cheaper. If you want all clad, this is a good way to go.

As others have noted, prices this time around aren't quite as good as normal. You can always wait, they run these sales about 6 times a year and typically a coupon will show up.
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Just to head people off at the pass - yes, this is legit all clad and 99% of the items have no discernable defects.

Yes there are other brands that are cheaper. If you want all clad, this is a good way to go.

As others have noted, prices this time around aren't quite as good as normal. You can always wait, they run these sales about 6 times a year and typically a coupon will show up.
99% is optimistic. They tell you that the items are seconds. You should buy expecting a blemish and be happy if you get one without. Just because you have been lucky doesn't mean others will be. These prices are the too high for seconds.
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Should I expect it would be cheaper on the "next sale" 2 days later?
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Should I expect it would be cheaper on the "next sale" 2 days later?
There is no indication that will happen. Many times the extra discount goes away once the sale dates start while the prices remain the same.
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99% is optimistic. They tell you that the items are seconds. You should buy expecting a blemish and be happy if you get one without. Just because you have been lucky doesn't mean others will be. These prices are the too high for seconds.
Speaking from an economics standpoint, it's much more likely that these simply represent a different price point of their standard run product, marketed to capture more of the "bargain" market. There's no way that a company of this level and production quality has this many "rejects". I'm sure there's a few in there but if they can hold sales 6-8 times per year and support substantial business, then their production needs serious help.

So, I'll stand by my 99% based on my manufacturing and business knowledge, because there's just no way there this bad at making their product.
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Speaking from an economics standpoint, it's much more likely that these simply represent a different price point of their standard run product, marketed to capture more of the "bargain" market. There's no way that a company of this level and production quality has this many "rejects". I'm sure there's a few in there but if they can hold sales 6-8 times per year and support substantial business, then their production needs serious help.

So, I'll stand by my 99% based on my manufacturing and business knowledge, because there's just no way there this bad at making their product.
I speak from actual experiences of buying from these online sales and the physical sales in Pa twice a year for the past 10 years. I will tell you from real buying experiences you are wrong. The company has 7 different defintions on display at the sale, of why they consider something a second. They vary from scratches, dents and dings to pitting in the metal and splaying at the edges etc. They have high standards for thier first quality stock and metal work has many variables that affect the manufacturing process. Add to all this: the inventory for this online sale is the left overs from the factory sale. These items have already been inspected, handled and some cases rejected by the customers out there. On the other hand some items have never been touched. Just trying to keep it real for people spending thier hard earned money.
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Trying to decide if it is worth getting another nonstick frying pan. Current one lasted about 5 years which is easily the longest I've had one last, but it will still end up in landfill. (No I won't attempt warranty since I don't baby it per the terms and conditions). Thinking about going back to $30 disposables. Wish they had a recoating service.
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Seriously tempted on the 6 qt saute pan. That's the last major pot/pan I need to upgrade to tri-ply before I'll have a full set.

My current one is non-stick, though, and that's had its uses for some stickier dishes.
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I speak from actual experiences of buying from these online sales and the physical sales in Pa twice a year for the past 10 years. I will tell you from real buying experiences you are wrong. The company has 7 different defintions on display at the sale, of why they consider something a second. They vary from scratches, dents and dings to pitting in the metal and splaying at the edges etc. They have high standards for thier first quality stock and metal work has many variables that affect the manufacturing process. Add to all this: the inventory for this online sale is the left overs from the factory sale. These items have already been inspected, handled and some cases rejected by the customers out there. On the other hand some items have never been touched. Just trying to keep it real for people spending thier hard earned money.
Did you go to the sale last weekend? I did and the same items were cheaper in person. Even after 10%
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I wish these are cheaper. New gas range has iron grate scratched all my colored coated cookware and left paint on them...
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