10 Kitchen Deals You Can’t Afford To Miss From Macy’s Lowest Prices of the Season Sale

updated Apr 7, 2021
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When the seasons shift, it’s only natural to expect a wave of online sales, but Macy’s is taking things to the next level. Their appropriately-named Lowest Prices of the Season Sale is loaded with essentials from our favorite kitchen brands, with savings up to 60 percent, resulting in prices that are lower than anything we’ve ever seen, let alone this season! One mind-blowing standout: you can pick up an Instant Pot Duo Nova for less than $50! Oh, we should also mention there’s an All-Clad skillet for just $40.

The sitewide sale runs until April 10, and in addition to the 40 to 60 percent you’ll save, Macy’s is offering an additional $20 off when you spend $50 or more. Whether you’re looking for appliances to help you whip up refreshing beverages or frozen treats for the warm months ahead, or need help getting organized, you’ll find it at Macy’s right now. Below, we rounded up 10 of the best deals we’re most excited to add to our carts!

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was $99.99

What’s there to say? A $50 Instant Pot is pretty unheard of, even on Black Friday! This 3-quart Duo Nova is the perfect size for small kitchens or households and can be used for everyday meal prep like steaming eggs, cooking beans, or pressure-cooking several portions of chicken for quick dinners or lunches. If you have a larger Instant Pot, add this one to the mix for making sides while larger meals cook away. It takes up minimal space but still boasts 14 one-touch smart programs for making soups, yogurt, rice, and more.

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was $99.99

It seems like every time we feature this classic French skillet from AllClad in a roundup, it sells out immediately. And that’s not even when it’s $40, like it is right now. Hailing from AllClad’s D3 line, the tri-clad skillet holds and distributes heat evenly for beautifully seared meats, veggies, and delicate sauces. The rounded edges make it easy for you to butter-baste with a spoon, and helps to prevent splatter on the stovetop, or in the oven, where it’s safe up to 600 degrees. This is an excellent opportunity to pick up a versatile, classic piece of stainless steel cookware that will last forever.

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was $349.95

The Vitamix Explorian is one of the brand’s most straightforward models with a simple pulse button and variable speed dial, and it boasts Vitamix’s signature two peak horsepower motor and a 5-year warranty. The low-profile 48-ounce Tritan pitcher is perfectly sized for making several batches of sauce, smoothies, and hot soups. The included tamper can help you process extra-thick recipes like frozen treats and dips without adding additional liquid. This price is what we typically expect from a refurbished Vitamix, so this is a good time to score a new high-powered blender on serious sale!

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was $124.99

If you have to make two pots of coffee to satisfy your caffeine craving every day, trade up to this 14-cup coffee maker from Cuisinart. The programmable machine has a series of helpful features like a bold setting, a permanent grounds filter, and automatic brew settings. As a bonus, Macy’s is offering an additional $20 off this coffee maker, bringing it to the crazy low price of just $80!

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was $76.00

This 22-piece food storage set from Pyrex is made from high-quality tempered glass that moves seamlessly from the fridge or freezer, to the microwave, and even the oven. The multi-sized containers come with tight-fitting BPA-free plastic lids that won’t crack or leak, and their flat design makes them easy to stack in your fridge or pantry. The dishwasher-safe pieces are easy to care for, and are more than half off right now!

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was $100.00

If you already own a large Dutch oven, consider getting this small but sweet 2-quart round model from Martha Stewart’s eponymous line at Macy’s. It’s ideal for cooking grains, steaming small batches of veggies, reheating soups, and boiling eggs. The heavyweight enameled cast iron construction distributes heat evenly to prevent scorching, and the whole getup is oven safe up to 500 degrees. Priced at just $30 (!), it comes in five beautiful tones, including sunny Lemon.

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was $49.99

Every kitchen needs a small nonstick skillet, and Anolon’s 8.5-inch model is about as perfect as they come. Whether you want to make frilly fried eggs that slip out of the pan, grilled cheeses, or toasted nuts, you’ll find a use for this kitchen hero every day of the week. At just $20, you could pick up two, and give one away to a lucky friend!

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was $87.99

Start tagging your favorite ice cream and sorbet recipes, because you’ll be able to make them all with this machine from Cuisinart. The compact yogurt, sorbet, and ice cream maker made it to our Best List and can churn out 1.5 quarts of your preferred frozen treat in less than 20 minutes. Another idea? Do what Kitchn writer AnnMarie does, and use it to make perfectly slushy frosé!

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was $83.99

The innovative airtight lids on these food storage containers from OXO compress to prevent foods like cereals, nuts, pasta, coffee, and other pantry items from going stale or spoiling. The set of five containers are slim and stackable, so they’ll take up minimal space on countertops or in cabinets. The dishwasher-safe containers are made from BPA-free plastic and have rounded corners for easy pouring.

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was $159.95

This blending and food processing system from Ninja will take you from breakfast to dessert — and it’s currently $100 off! Three included different vessels snap onto the powerful 2HP+ motor base, including a small single-serve cup for making smoothies and dressings, a pitcher for large-batch frozen drinks and soups, and a food processing bowl with two blades for chopping, grinding, mixing, and making cookie dough.