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10-Pc All-Clad D5 Brushed Stainless Steel Cookware + Petite Roaster with Rack EXPIRED

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Bloomingdales has 10-Piece All-Clad D5 Brushed Stainless Steel Cookware + Petite Roaster with Rack on sale for $524.99 (25% off discount applied in cart) - 10% promo code from email or text signup = $472.49. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks Perrumpo

Includes:
  • All-Clad 8" Fry Pan
  • All-Clad 10" Fry Pan
  • All-Clad 1.5-Quart Saucepan w/ Lid
  • All-Clad 3-Quart Saucepan w/ Lid
  • All-Clad 3-Quart Saute Pan w/ Lid
  • All-Clad 8-Quart Stock Pot w/ Lid
  • All-Clad 14" Petite Roaster with Nonstick Rack
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Extra 25% Off discount is valid until 12/3/19. The All-Clad 14" Petite Roaster with Nonstick Rack will automatically be added in cart.  

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Bloomingdale's [bloomingdales.com] has 10-Piece All-Clad D5 Brushed Stainless Steel Cookware Set + All-Clad 14" Petite Roaster with Nonstick Rack (automatically added to cart) on sale for $699.99 + 25%-off automatically applied in cart. Shipping is free. Stacks with 10%-off promo code for email or text signup for a final price of $472.49.

Additionally, Chase is offering 6% bonus cash back at Bloomingdale's when you shop through the Chase Ultimate Rewards website.

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All-Clad 8" Fry Pan
All-Clad 10" Fry Pan
All-Clad 1.5-Quart Saucepan w/ Lid
All-Clad 3-Quart Saucepan w/ Lid
All-Clad 3-Quart Saute Pan w/ Lid
All-Clad 8-Quart Stock Pot w/ Lid
All-Clad 14" Petite Roaster with Nonstick Rack
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I picked d3 in august instead of d5, because the d3's were already way heavier to hold than my wife was used to, and there was no way i'd turn her onto even more weight with the 5's.

As far as cleaning, i would say start to finish, stainless isn't much worse than using non-stick and dicking around with plastic utensils and special non-abrasive scrubbies, so i wouldn't scratch the teflon. First time i used the d3 saucepan i burned mac&cheese. 1st time i used the frying pan i burned breaded chicken. (This was as i was also figuring out our new induction). I soaked the browned mac&cheese pan in vinegar for 5min and it wiped right off. I used Barkeeper's friend on the BLACKENED chicken pan and it looked brand new without much effort.

For me, cooking has been more fun not having to worry about screwing up my old non-sticks, and with BKF and a green scotch scrubby, im convinced these all clads and indestructible. I'm also convinced that if i've created a situation that requires any sort of effort to clean, that means i had the heat too high or i had too many burners going and got distracted, so it has been a (fun) learning curve

I did buy a teflon 8" d3 and ceramic Zwilling 8" for fish and omlettes. I don't mind needing to be careful when i'm cooking delicate food, but i can't imagine ever going back to a full set of nonstick cookware after using stainless for a few months now.
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Anything on d3?
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This is exactly what I'm looking for. Don't know how good of a deal it is though... camel says Amazon has been down to $550 and that's it...
I'm at the age where I need to step up from my non-stick Big Lots pans that give me a teaspoon of nonstick coating per meal ... But worried since I remember using aluminum(maybe stainless?) pans in the 80s/90s and literally everything stuck to them and were a pain to clean. they were junk though. The reviews are mixed on cleaning... I'm sure they'll be fine but I have nightmares of any non-stick pans and cleaning them
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Thanks.
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Blah. Just ordered these from Macy's this morning. This is $100 cheaper! Although, no in-store pickup.
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$544 after cashback and tax through macy's or $434 after cashback and tax through bloomingdales for me. I'm canceling my Macy's order.
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Blah. Just ordered these from Macy's this morning. This is $100 cheaper! Although, no in-store pickup.
get a 25% email coupon by signing up...and use cashback sites to bring it down further.
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$544 after cashback and tax through macy's or $434 after cashback and tax through bloomingdales for me. I'm canceling my Macy's order.
it should have been $494....not $544...you used 25% coupon or 20% coupon?
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This is exactly what I'm looking for. Don't know how good of a deal it is though... camel says Amazon has been down to $550 and that's it...
I'm at the age where I need to step up from my non-stick Big Lots pans that give me a teaspoon of nonstick coating per meal ... But worried since I remember using aluminum(maybe stainless?) pans in the 80s/90s and literally everything stuck to them and were a pain to clean. they were junk though. The reviews are mixed on cleaning... I'm sure they'll be fine but I have nightmares of any non-stick pans and cleaning them
I picked d3 in august instead of d5, because the d3's were already way heavier to hold than my wife was used to, and there was no way i'd turn her onto even more weight with the 5's.

As far as cleaning, i would say start to finish, stainless isn't much worse than using non-stick and dicking around with plastic utensils and special non-abrasive scrubbies, so i wouldn't scratch the teflon. First time i used the d3 saucepan i burned mac&cheese. 1st time i used the frying pan i burned breaded chicken. (This was as i was also figuring out our new induction). I soaked the browned mac&cheese pan in vinegar for 5min and it wiped right off. I used Barkeeper's friend on the BLACKENED chicken pan and it looked brand new without much effort.

For me, cooking has been more fun not having to worry about screwing up my old non-sticks, and with BKF and a green scotch scrubby, im convinced these all clads and indestructible. I'm also convinced that if i've created a situation that requires any sort of effort to clean, that means i had the heat too high or i had too many burners going and got distracted, so it has been a (fun) learning curve

I did buy a teflon 8" d3 and ceramic Zwilling 8" for fish and omlettes. I don't mind needing to be careful when i'm cooking delicate food, but i can't imagine ever going back to a full set of nonstick cookware after using stainless for a few months now.
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Thanks for the reply! Helpful. Looks like America's test kitchen likes to D3 and says the D5 isn't worth the extra hundred bucks, but at this price they're the same cost. It might be better just to buy these instead of waiting for the D3 10 piece to go on sale
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Thanks for the reply! Helpful. Looks like America's test kitchen likes to D3 and says the D5 isn't worth the extra hundred bucks, but at this price they're the same cost. It might be better just to buy these instead of waiting for the D3 10 piece to go on sale
Isn't d5 heavy compared to d3 ?
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Order the 13 piece anodized set with same discounts for $430 free shipping
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Isn't d5 heavy compared to d3 ?
It's heavier. I'm sure they're both heavy though. The D3 set with 1 less sauce pan and no free roaster was $225 . Like that this is brushed though...
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Isn't d5 heavy compared to d3 ?
3 ply vs 5 ply so, yes.
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