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13-Pc Tools of the Trade Cookware Set (Nonstick) + $10 Macy's Money EXPIRED

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Macy's has 13-Piece Tools of the Trade Cookware Set (Nonstick) + $10 Macy's Money on sale for $29.99 when following the steps below. Shipping is free.

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  • Add one of the following to your shopping bag:
  • Proceed to checkout.
  • Select "No Hurry" (6-9 business days) shipping option to get $10 Macy's Money.
  • Complete your order.
Product Highlights:
  • Each set includes: 1.5-qt. saucepan with lid, 2.5-qt. saucepan with lid, 5-qt. stockpot with lid, 9.5" sauté pan with lid, 8" fry pan, flower steamer, large spoon, slotted turner and pasta server.
  • Manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty
  • Dishwasher safe

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  • Sale valid through 11/28 or while supplies last.
  • Macy's Money details:
    • After your purchase has processed, you will receive an email on how to use your Macy's Money.
    • HOW IT WORKS: For any single qualifying order shipped using No Hurry Shipping, you will receive a $10 Macy's Money Reward Card to your provided email address. Limit one Macy's Money Reward Card per order.
    • USE YOUR MACY'S MONEY REWARD CARD from 12/02/2020 - 12/09/20. May not be: redeemed for cash, used to purchase Macy's gift cards or applied as payment or credit to your credit card account. -StrawMan86
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Sale $29.99 (75% off) Sale ends 11/28/20

YOU CAN EARN $10 MACY's MONEY IN YOUR EMAIL AFTER ORDER THIS PRODUCT.

https://www.macys.com/shop/produc...oryID=7631 >OOS, Please see FP Post for another option
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Last Edited by StrawMan86 November 28, 2020 at 05:32 AM
Select "No Hurry" (6-9 business days) shipping option at checkout to get $10 Macy's Money.


Nonstick set [macys.com] is also $29.99
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You do realize there are poor people in the U.S. as well, right? Not everyone can afford a $500 kitchen set.
A few review sites, including this one, https://thefrypans.com/tools-of-t...cookware/, claim these are induction compatible as well.
I bought the stainless one last week and started using it at my cabin yesterday. It worked fine for me and the handles did not get hot.

I could see them getting hot on a gas stove, but mine is electric.

For $30 the quality is decent and I will likely get many years out of it, I expect,. If I was using it daily then I would get something sturdier..

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10 Macys money offer expired.
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Its at the checkout you have to select the "No hurry free shipping" for $10 Macy money order.
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Get ready to burn your hands on those handles. Please invest in a better quality. I've been through this.
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Got the Macy money. This is a slick deal alright.
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They also have this one, same items just black with a plastic handle:
https://www.macys.com/shop/produc...dp_details
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They also have this one, same items just black with a plastic handle:
https://www.macys.com/shop/produc...dp_details [macys.com]
I like this deal better than the steel ones especially since your deal has handles and won't burn me. I am pretty sure the cooking set I have is a cheap product but has lasted me over 13 years, so I think it's time I add more or replace my old ones. Smilie Thanks for posting this one!
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Whenever I see a deal on cheap steel sets, it looks like a lost-lost situation. The buyers who bought them will be unhappy because he got a whole set of useless crap and doesnt feel like throwing out. The seller who's cost is probably way more than $30 to make this set sold this at loss because no one is buying them and had to put them on a stellar deal.

If you are living in a jungle, and have very primitive expectations on cooking merchandise, this might just be a great deal.
You do realize there are poor people in the U.S. as well, right? Not everyone can afford a $500 kitchen set.
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A few review sites, including this one, https://thefrypans.com/tools-of-t...cookware/, claim these are induction compatible as well.
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While I agree with the above this is a great starter set for those on a tight budget or rebuilding their life. Lots of bigger priorities over worrying about cookware.

Bad part is its environmentally damaging as this is a short term solution.
How is it a short term solution? Are you implying that the pots & pans will break? (I'd believe that of the plastic utensils)
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I bought the stainless one last week and started using it at my cabin yesterday. It worked fine for me and the handles did not get hot.

I could see them getting hot on a gas stove, but mine is electric.

For $30 the quality is decent and I will likely get many years out of it, I expect,. If I was using it daily then I would get something sturdier..
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