Le Creuset’s Memorial Day Sale Has So Many Kitchen Gems — Starting at $22!

published May 20, 2024
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Memorial Day sales are here, folks! I know that the holiday doesn’t officially arrive until next week, but with how many sales have kicked off, it might as well have come early. Right now, Amazon has tons of deals you can’t miss (so does Walmart), and Made In’s editor-loved cookware is up to 25% off. If you’ve been wanting to spruce up your kitchen, or you’ve been holding off on grabbing that new fry pan or small appliance, this is your best chance to save big until fall sales come around.

Another thing you should grab during Memorial Day? Pricier cookware. My Kitchn teammates can tell you that you really do get what you pay for when it comes to high-end brands like All-Clad and Le Creuset, but we’re big proponents of saving as much money as possible — so that means timing your purchases just right. Right now, Le Creuset’s sale section is full of incredible markdowns on editor-loved items, like its iconic Dutch oven. Even better, you’ll get two free mini cocottes with a purchase over $250 using code MAKEITMINI. Keep scrolling for all of the best discounts!

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1 / 10
Le Creuset
was $430.00

Starting off strong with one of the brand’s most iconic items: the Dutch oven. At $150 off, this workhorse is a major score, perfect for braising, roasting, baking, frying, and serving. Better yet, it’ll look absolutely stunning on your stove and table with 16 colors available, including the new Peche hue!

2 / 10
Le Creuset
was $32.00

This stunning piece is part of Le Creuset’s spring collection, but it’ll wow guests all year long. Pastel shades and a flower-embossed lid make this mini cocotte a total standout, and it offers the brand’s premium stoneware construction that results in perfectly baked small desserts and more.

3 / 10
Le Creuset
was $350.00

This dish is a three-in-one, providing all of the benefits of a deep sauté pan, fry pan, and Dutch oven, so you’ll end up saving even more money (and space!). Ideal for one pot meals, the lower sides make stirring and whisking a breeze.

4 / 10
Le Creuset
was $75.00

The Heritage set is bound to be one of the most-used items in your kitchen. The large size is suited for casseroles, roasting veggies, marinating meat, and more, while the smaller one is for prep work and smaller portions.

5 / 10
Le Creuset
was $32.00

If you want to go with a more neutral cocotte, you can opt for the classic version that comes in two dozen colors. Senior Commerce Editor Ian says it's the most versatile kitchen item he owns, functioning as a snack bowl, an ingredient container, and even as a catch-all dish.

6 / 10
Le Creuset
was $40.00

This gorgeous vase has a scalloped edge, giving it a flowery appearance that’ll complement your blooms. It’s compact enough that it won’t take up too much table space, and given that it’s made of Le Creuset’s signature stoneware, it’ll hold up for a lifetime.

7 / 10
Le Creuset
was $36.00

From snacking to ingredient prep, you’ll keep these small bowls on your countertop permanently. Their budget-friendly price means you can grab another set or two to have enough for all of your guests.

8 / 10
Le Creuset
was $132.00

“One of the main reasons this kettle has become my favorite is because I get the same quality that comes with any other Le Creuset item,” our former editor’s review reads. “It’s made with the brand’s signature enamel that’s glazed on top of durable carbon steel and features a cool-to-the-touch black handle for easy pouring. Another thing to love? It heats up … quick!”

9 / 10
Le Creuset
was $175.00

This baking set delivers a stunning look and a high level of performance. The longer shape is ideal for roasting vegetables and marinating longer cuts of meat, and the handles are perfect for bringing casseroles and dips to the table.

10 / 10
Le Creuset
was $350.00

Designed from Le Creuset’s historical archives, the Cassadou Sauté Pan is constructed with the brand’s classic enameled cast iron — no seasoning required — and is designed to work as a deep sauté pan or small Dutch oven.