All-Clad Just Launched Their Massive VIP Sale — Here’s What to Snag Before They Sell Out

published Nov 9, 2020
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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Just in time for the holiday season, All-Clad has kicked off their massive VIP Factory Seconds Sale event — and it’s packed with incredible deals, including up to 70 percent off their iconic stainless steel and copper core cookware, as well as select appliances. Hosted by Home and Cook Sales, it includes many noteworthy items that have earned a spot on our best lists and in the cookware collections of a few Kitchn editors. There’s a ton to choose from across All-Clad’s various lines, but given the deep discounts, items typically sell out fast. To start shopping, simply enter your email address and start snagging your items ASAP. We’ve rounded up a few of our favorites below, but be sure to check out the entire All-Clad VIP Factory Seconds Sale.

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Home & Cook Groupe SEB Brands: All-Clad Krups Rowenta T-Fal
$99.95
was $220.00

Our Lifestyle Editor Lisa is a huge fan of All-Clad’s D3 stainless steel 12-inch fry pan, and right now you can get this slightly higher-end model for 55 percent off. The pan’s heavy, flat surface is ideal for searing, sauteing, and frying. With the tight-fitting lid in place, you can use it to steam dumplings and several cups of veggies or to keep finished recipes warm off the heat. The pan’s riveted handles stay cool when used on your stovetop regardless of the heat source, and the oven-safe design lets you sear then slowly finish thick steaks, chops, or thighs in the oven so they don’t dry out.

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Home & Cook Groupe SEB Brands
$169.95
was $385.00

This Dutch oven is constructed from five layers of stainless steel and aluminum to ensure even heat distribution, whether you're using it on gas, electric, or induction stovetops. When paired with the domed lid, the oven-safe design functions like a brasier or slow cooker, and since it has a heavy bottom, you can first sear meats or vegetables on the stovetop to build flavor for one-pot meals like stews and soups. The 5.5-quart capacity is generous, and since the pot’s edge is flared, you’ll be able to easily pour stocks or soups into containers for storage without making a mess.

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Home & Cook Groupe SEB Brands
$209.99
was $530.00

This 6-quart saute pan and lid hails from All-Clad’s premium Copper Core line, and it's an excellent investment if you’re looking for the superior heat conductivity and temperature responsiveness that only copper can provide. The copper core gives the pan some weight and contributes to its reliability when cooking at both low and high heats. The pan’s tall sides help to contain splatter when simmering sauces or searing meats, and a loop handle provides leverage for lifting or carrying the pan from the stove to the oven, and even to the table for serving.

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Home & Cook Groupe SEB Brands
$99.95
was $300.00

A version of this Kitchn-approved roaster made it to the top of our gear pro Sharon’s list. And now, due to minor packaging damage, it’s just $100 (instead of $300!). Every kitchen needs a sturdy pan for heavy recipes, and this deep, large roaster will help you turn out a spectacular holiday turkey or roast. You can use the pan by itself to brown vegetables or bones to make flavorful stocks, or add the sturdy rack that’s capable of holding up to a 20-pound turkey. Two sizable handles are easy to grip for safe transport of your delicious work, and the nonstick coating is a big help when cleaning up after preparing fatty or sticky foods.

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Home & Cook Groupe SEB Brands: All-Clad Krups Rowenta T-Fal
$149.95
was $350.00

Slow cookers are serious time savers, and come the cooler months, they're the key to making effortless soups, braises, and one-pot meals. All-Clad’s five-quart model is over 50 percent off, and it comes with a cast-aluminum insert whose bottom heats up and can be used as a standalone pot on your stovetop. Since the insert has a dark copper nonstick finish, it provides even heating, so you’ll never have to worry about scorching or hot spots when you brown meats or leave food to cook for hours. In addition to its slow-cook functions, the device comes programmed with steam, brown, and rice settings and has an automatic keep-warm mode that lasts for up to six hours.

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Home & Cook Groupe SEB Brands
$59.99
was $95.00

Slightly smaller in diameter but just as useful as the 12-inch fry pan above, this 10-inch model is a great everyday pan to keep on your range for making eggs, grilled sandwiches, searing a piece of protein, or toasting nuts and seeds.