Macy’s Is Offering Huge Early Black Friday Deals on Meal Prep Favorites — Including 65% Off a 7-Piece All-Clad Set

updated Nov 16, 2020
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If it seems like you’re seeing Black Friday sales earlier than ever this year, your eyes aren’t deceiving you. Loads of retailers have gifted customers with savings events starting weeks before Thanksgiving. That means there’s plenty of time to shop for everyone on your list this holiday season without any of that dreaded panicky last-minute scrambling. One sale that you should absolutely make sure not to miss is Macy’s massive Black Friday Preview, which is chock-full of items from some of our go-to kitchen brands that solve all of your meal prep challenges during the holidays and beyond. You can score over 50 percent off appliances and tools from editor-approved brands like Cuisinart and Joseph Joseph, and select items even qualify for an additional 10 percent off using the code SCORE! Whether you’re looking for a way to save on big-ticket items like a KitchenAid stand mixer or a 7-piece cookware set from All-Clad, or grab a unique gift for your nearest and dearest, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite scores from the sale.

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was $839.99

We’re always quick to recommend All-Clad for its durablity, timelessness, and exceptional quality, and this is a great opportunity to save 64 percent off a gorgeous seven-piece cookware set. Created exclusively for Macy’s, the versatile set includes a two-quart covered saucepan, a ten-inch fry pan, a six-quart covered stockpot, and a three-quart covered saute pan. The hand-polished 18/10 stainless material not only looks great but also means your cookware can be used on the stovetop or in the oven.

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was $399.99

If you’re looking for the best time to save on KitchenAid’s iconic Artisan Series stand mixer, this could be it. It’s priced at 42 percent off for a limited time and comes with KitchenAid’s generous five-quart bowl for preparing dozens of cookies and loaves of bread. In addition to a flat beater, dough hook, and wire whip, the mixer also comes with a special flexible beater so ingredients are evenly incorporated regardless of which of the 10 speeds you’re using.

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was $71.99

There’s little this baking dish from Le Creuset can’t do. Perfectly sized at 10.5 by 7 inches, it can be used to prep everything from lasagnas to enchiladas to bread puddings, and it features grooved handles so you can safely move it into and out of the oven. Le Creuset’s stoneware material and glazed surface are highly conductive and resist staining, scratching, and flavor absorption, making this dish great for marinating meats or veggies, too.

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was $49.99

If you struggle with finding a place to store your chopping boards, take a look at this clever solution from Joseph Joseph. Three cutting boards measuring 9" x 12.5", 9.5" x 13.375", and 9.875" x 14" fit neatly into a slim, neutral stand that can be placed against a backsplash or in a cabinet. Each board has an easy-lift stainless steel bar, so you know at a glance which board is clean, and you’ll be able to blast through your prep in no time.

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was $164.95

This self-contained garden from AeroGarden is small enough to fit on your countertop and grows herbs and other leafy veggies using LED lights. The easy-to-install pods contain seeds for growing Genovese basil, curly parsley, dill, mint, thyme, and Thai basil, so you can cook a variety of different cuisines and add color and flavor to your everyday cooking. The AeroGarden automatically waters and feeds the herbs to keep them healthy and thriving, and it features reminders to let you know when the water or plant food level is low.

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was $144.99

Cuisinart’s compact air fryer uses convection heat to quickly crisp and cook your favorite foods. Use the wide mesh basket to prepare batches of frozen snacks or sides, or place food directly on the included roasting rack or the wire rack itself to convection bake, roast, or toast. No matter what you’re making, the manual time and temperature dials are intuitive and foolproof, and the small size means you’ll have food on the table much faster than if you were using your full-size oven.

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was $139.95

This versatile blender from Ninja comes with a large pitcher that can be used to blend batches of soup, sauces, or milkshakes, and it has stacked blades to crush through ice and frozen fruit. Individual smoothies, dressings, or protein shakes can be prepared in the small to-go cups, which have their own set of small blades to break ingredients down in seconds.