Macy’s Home Sale Has Some of the Lowest Prices We’ve Seen on Editor-Favorite Kitchen Brands

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President’s Day is still a week away, but there are already some amazing sales happening right now. Case in point: Macy’s massive Home Sale which is bursting with some of the lowest prices we’ve seen on top kitchen brands, including tons of Kitchn staffer favorites like this Nespresso set, Martha Stewart’s trusty cast iron Dutch oven, and Instant Pot’s do-it-all air fryer. It’s the perfect opportunity to treat yourself to a brand new appliance or replace an old piece of cookware, and since Valentine’s Day is around the corner, even snag a gift for your loved ones. Oh, and don’t forget to use the code VDAY to score an extra 20 percent off select items. We’ve rounded up eight of our favorite deals below, but be sure to check out the complete sale, which is running through Feb. 14.

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Macy’s
$249.95

A taste of France without leaving home? Yes, please! The Nespresso VertuoPlus uses a patented extraction process to deliver a perfectly brewed espresso or coffee each time, no matter which of the five size options you choose. Fill the water reservoir, pop in a pod and press a button. It’s that easy! The set also includes their Aeroccino milk frother for those barista-level cappuccinos or macchiatos. Now if only latte art were that simple to master.

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Macy’s
$69.93
was $199.99

We’ve been fans of Matha Stewart’s dutch ovens for quite some time. They are a great option if you’re looking for an enameled cast iron pot because they retain heat, braise, and roast like the more expensive brands, but cost a fraction of the price. This six-quart model will fit all the stews you’ve been working on this winter, no matter the cooktop or oven you have. Best of all, it doesn't need to be preseasoned.

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Macy’s
$41.99
was $70.00

Lifestyle Director Lisa admits to being obsessed with OXO's Pop Containers. The telltale pop of the lid ensures that whatever you put in them seals in tight and stays fresh for a really long time. The containers are also stackable, and the lids nest inside when they are not in use. Easy to fill, pour and store, this three-piece set is great for dry goods like flour and sugar. Macy’s also has a bunch of other sets on sale too, including this one for cereal fans, as well as their most popular 12-piece set.

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Macy’s
$14.99
was $59.99

It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of T-Fal. The sturdy aluminum base, reliable nonstick surface and dishwasher friendliness keep this brand on constant stove rotation. This set comes with both an eight-inch and 10.5-inch fry pan, perfect for solo meals as well as multiple-pan recipes. The Thermo-Spot technology turns red when the pans are preheated, so I never have to second guess anything I cook. Easy to cook, easy to clean and easy on the wallet!

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Macy's
$89.95
was $139.95

Food Editor Meghan put this model to the test and was impressed with the ability to do so many kitchen tasks in one machine. Air fry, rotisserie, bake, dehydrate, broil, reheat, you name it, and the Instant Pot Vortex can do it. With its large ten-quart capacity, it can handle multiple tasks at once and get a meal on the table in a fraction of the time of standard cooking methods. A few minutes to reheat before and a few minutes to clean after, and you’re done faster than you can say “Instant Pot.”

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Macy’s
$159.99
was $333.99

Gear Pro Sharon knows her knives and highly recommends the J.A Henckels self-sharpening set. Why? Well first, the knives have precision-honed blades with single-piece construction to provide durability and accuracy in cutting. Second, the block ensures they sharpen themselves each time you put them back for storage. Plus, this 20-piece set has everything you need from paring knives, serrated knives, a chef’s knife and of course steak knives. One block and you’re all set!

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Macy’s
$499.95
was $549.95

When it comes to choosing a high powered, efficient blender, you can't go wrong with a Vitamix. The Vitamix A2500 is one of their best models and comes with variable speed control, pulse functions, and programmable settings for smoothies, hot soups and frozen desserts. Make everything from a big batch of bread dough (yes, it can knead dough!) to your morning protein shake with laser-cut steel blades in a 48-ounce BPA-free jar.

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Macy’s
$52.99
was $76.00

Saving 60 percent off something that will last you for years? Sounds almost too good to be true! Durable and dependable, Pyrex products are kitchen staples thanks to their sturdy glass construction friendly to the freezer, fridge, microwave and oven. This 22-piece set includes plastic lids to store all your meal prep and leftovers with ease, from little one-cup stacks to full casseroles. Plus, everything is dishwasher safe!