Macy’s One Day Sale Has Huge Savings on All-Clad, Fiestaware, Instant Pot, and More Editor-Favorites

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You know we can’t resist a good sale on quality cookware and appliances. And when we find one, we like to share the happy news. Like right now: Macy’s is hosting an epic One Day Sale with some of the lowest prices we’ve seen on so many of our favorite must-haves and Best List chart-toppers. With discounts up to 60 percent off, it’s the perfect opportunity to score massive savings on appliances and essentials like an All-Clad skillet, Fiesta dinnerware, and Instant Pot appliances for way less. We’ve rounded up a few of the deals that caught our attention, but be sure to check out the complete sale, which is running through January 10.

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was $199.99

We’ve gushed about this All-Clad skillet before and will continue to do so for its versatility, even heat distribution and stay-cool handle. Keep this 7.5-inch skillet on hand for a quick one serving meal or pretty much any small task on the stove, oven or broiler since it’s safe up to a whopping 600 degrees.

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was $187.99

Food Editor Kelli pitted her Vitamix against another blender and guess which one won? This Instant Pot version, that’s currently over 50 percent off! She loves it for smoothies and nut milk, but the eight smart one-touch programs and three manual speeds can do so much more. Hot soups, cold milkshakes, even simple crushed ice can be tackled in this 56-ounce capacity multitasker.

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was $124.99

If coffee is the fuel that gets you through the day, the 14-cup Cuisinart is right up your alley. It made our Best List for its large capacity, brew strength control, and heat retention. So, no matter how long it takes you to finish that last drop, it stays as flavorful and warm as the first. It also comes equipped with one- to four-cup options for those less caffeinated days and programmable on/off timers and alerts.

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was $249.95

Wirecutter, Cook’s Illustrated and Kitchn rank Cuisinart as one of the best food processors on the market. This worthy investment has a large feed tube, 14-cup capacity and the easiest two-button functionality that requires little skill to operate. Chop and mix with the blade or with an easy switch to an included disk, shred and slice as well.

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Fiesta has a habit of brightening up any kitchen with its bold colors. Just take it from Commerce Editor Sholeen, who fell in love with her ceramic set two years ago for being durable and surprisingly lightweight. This 12-piece turquoise set is great as a starter or to build a collection, with four pieces each of dinner plates, salad plates and bowls.

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was $224.99

A good toaster oven doesn’t have to take up a ton of space, and this little powerhouse made it to the Best List for that exact reason. At just over 17-inches wide, it still has enough oomph to toast, broil, bake, roast and reheat, and the eight preset functions make it all as simple as a touch of a button. Skip the big oven and preheat in a fraction of the time. Oh, and make clean up in a snap with the removable crumb tray, too!