Le Creuset’s Giant Sale Includes Bargains As Low As $20

published Jun 28, 2024
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Timing is everything when you have a pricier piece of cookware on your shopping list. If you’re patient and plan to grab it around a holiday, you can end up saving a major chunk of change. With the Fourth of July on the horizon, you should definitely start keeping an eye on the higher-end stores, like Williams Sonoma and Le Creuset. Both already have a ton of pieces marked down in advance of the holiday. You can check out all of our Williams Sonoma recs here, but you’ve come to the right place if you’re on the hunt for the best deals Le Creuset has to offer.

Famous for its timeless Dutch ovens and bakeware, Le Creuset is also known for its steeper prices. It ends up being worth it for how long its items last — you can say goodbye to having to replace your worn-out pan every year — but that doesn’t mean you have to snag them at full price. Check out our top five sale picks!

1 / 5
Le Creuset
was $350.00

Endlessly versatile, the Sauteuse can do it all, functioning as a deep sauté pan, fry pan, and a Dutch Oven. Whether you want to whisk sauces or whip up a casserole, the material’s top-notch heat distribution, large loop handles, tight lid will make it the best item in your collection.

2 / 5
Le Creuset
was $183.00

Though a more recent addition to the brand’s lineup, the Traditional Round Balti Dish is already selling like hot cakes. Suited for everything from stews to stir-fry, it’s ideal for any dish that includes marinated meats and veggies. If you’ve been avoiding grabbing the Dutch oven due to its size, this one’s a less weighty option.

3 / 5
Le Creuset
was $430.00

Still, a classic is a classic for a reason. The round Dutch oven is perfect for braising, roasting, baking, and frying. Not to mention, it’s gorgeous enough that you can bring it from your oven or stove to the table for serving. The enameled cast iron will give you stellar results every single time.

4 / 5
Le Creuset
was $350.00

If you want to really get your money’s worth, this piece works as a two-in-one: a small Dutch oven and a deep sauté pan. The enameled coating doesn’t just give the Cassadou its stunning hue — it also protects it from wear and tear, so it’ll last a lifetime.

5 / 5
Le Creuset
was $32.00

You don’t have to drop a ton of cash to get Le Creuset into your kitchen. The mini cocotte is endlessly versatile, working as a small bowl and baking dish and even a catch-all. Though it’s tiny, it’ll stand out on your countertop, with its timeless design and vibrant coloring.