Macy’s Labor Day Sale Has Some of the Lowest Prices We’ve Seen on All-Clad, Fiesta, and More Big Brands

published Aug 31, 2021
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Macy’s and cookware. Cookware and Macy’s. Some things just go together. (See also: peanut butter and jelly, pasta and cheese, or chocolate and pretty much everything else). We’re always up for a good Macy’s deal, but this Labor Day, the savings are really good. The retailer is offering an extra 20 percent off some of its best-loved, most popular brands. 

We browsed Macy’s Labor Day Sale in search of the best, most coveted discounts: Here are the top 10 items you’re going to want to snap up. But don’t wait! Summer’s almost — sigh — over and so are these deals. Use the code LABOR at checkout to cash in on the savings.

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was $839.99

All-Clad is one of the top cookware companies on the market, and it’s no secret why: Its pots and pans are top-notch quality! They’re made with an aluminum core and high-quality, non-reactive stainless steel — in other words, they won’t alter the taste of your food. This set contains All-Clad’s most popular and useful items: a frying pan, saucepan, sauté pan, and stockpot. Reviewers praised these pans for their compatibility with induction burners and ease of use.

2 / 10
was $66.99

$25 for a blender? A really good one?! You bet. This sleek model from Black & Decker has 10 different speeds and a generous 5-cup jar. It pumps out an impressive 550 watts at maximum power, and — here’s the ultra-cool part — the lid doubles as a measuring cup. Take this as a sign you should upgrade that old blender you’ve had since the '80s (talking to you, Mom).

3 / 10
was $89.99

Investing in quality food storage containers is never a bad move. And getting 18 pieces of Pyrex for under $40 makes it even smarter. In addition to holding leftovers, these pieces can be used as baking dishes, mixing bowls, and casseroles. Pick up a set for yourself, and another for that friend who never returns your food storage containers. You’ll never use another brand again.

4 / 10
was $260.00

Fiestaware is like fancy finishing salts: You can never have enough. The iconic colors are made to mix and match, so this 12-piece set will mesh seamlessly with whatever pieces you already own. It comes with a dinner plate, salad plate, and bowl for four — and like all Fiestaware items, this has a 5-year chip warranty. We love this simple but efficient set as an option for college students and anyone with small kitchens.

5 / 10
was $433.99

Hard floor surfaces can be a pain to clean at best, and super expensive at worst. But this “does it all” wonder from Bissell is a time- and money-saver for anyone with hard floors. It vacuums and mops floors at the same time through some technology we read about but still don’t totally understand. That’s okay; we’ll consider it magic. What’s really important is that this wet-dry vac comes with an easy-clean storage tray (no bags!) and over 900 5-star reviews.

6 / 10
was $312.99

Espresso machine or luxe coffee maker? This compact, sleek model from Nespresso is both (and a milk frother!). It’s like a teeny, tiny coffee shop that lives on your counter. Commenters praised the frother for its ability to whip even cold almond milk — now that is impressive.

7 / 10
was $49.99

It’s a bunch of measuring bowls! It’s a full set of measuring cups! It’s accurate measuring spoons! It’s a colander and strainer! It’s stackable and compact! Honestly, this just might be the most clever, colorful multi-purpose toolset we’ve ever seen.

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You’d think a toaster oven that doubles as an air fryer would be an enormous eyesore. Somehow, this model from Cuisinart is both attractive and compact. It can also bake, broil, cook with convection, keep warm, and toast. The non-stick, wipe-clean interior is a major glow-up from other toaster ovens we’ve known through the years. Many reviewers noted that they use it instead of their traditional oven, making it a clever choice for small households or hot days.

9 / 10
was $167.00

Home cooks love OXO’s pop-top storage containers. Of course, they’re airtight, keeping dry ingredients fresh for weeks. But they also look smart and help to keep your kitchen organized. (Just browse through the reviews for some serious #pantrygoals pictures.) This set is a perfect starter kit; it contains a variety of shapes and sizes for all of your snacks and treats.

10 / 10
was $129.95

We can’t say it enough: The Instant Pot is truly a must-have for home cooks. It can handle everything from pressure cooking to sautéing and braising to sanitizing (great for baby bottles)—it even has sous vide capability. It’s intuitive to use, easy to clean, and big enough to feed a crowd… or just make enough for plenty of leftovers. If you’ve been waiting to try the Instant Pot, add this model to your cart and finally join the club.