Wayfair’s Huge Way Day Sale Is Here — These Are the 12 Best Kitchen Deals

published May 4, 2024
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If you thought the next sale holiday was Memorial Day, you’re forgetting another important one that occurs a few weeks earlier: Way Day. Wayfair’s biggest sale event of the year has arrived, and it’s no surprise that the deals are jaw-dropping. The brand usually offers stellar discounts on the regular, so you can bet that it pulled out all of the stops for Way Day, which runs from now until Monday, May 6.

When you think of Wayfair, affordable furniture is probably what comes to mind first. However, the retailer also has a robust kitchen section, filled with cookware, small appliances, and gadgets from top brands. Le Creuset, Lodge, Staub, KitchenAid, and tons more are on sale during the event, so I’ve rounded up all of the best offerings that you can score right now for less. I recommend grabbing them sooner rather than later, because they’ll definitely go fast!

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was $429.95

Le Creuset’s name has become synonymous with high-quality cookware, and its prices typically reflect that. However, you don’t have to pay full price if you keep an eye on sales, and luckily, Way Day is one of those occasions. The brand’s iconic Dutch oven should be the first item you add to your cart!

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was $129.00

Another brand known for its stellar stoneware is Staub, and its baking set is seriously discounted right now. The two rectangular dishes nest together when you aren’t using them to make lasagna, casseroles, and desserts.

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was $79.99

If Le Creuset is still a little out of budget, you can grab this option from Martha Stewart instead. One of our former editors loved it for a number of reasons, including the fact that it cleans up easily and has a self-basting lid. “The tomato soup and pinto beans I made in the Dutch oven (separately!) cooked evenly and stayed warm long after the cooking was done,” he added.

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was $80.00

Are your current baking sheets warped and worn out? This nonstick set from Rachael Ray is the perfect replacement. They have grips on the handles so you can easily slide them out of the oven, and their durable steel construction ensures that they’ll stay in excellent shape, even if used daily.

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was $133.00

Lodge is a more well-known Le Creuset alternative. For our “Splurge or Save” column, one of our writers explained how they stacked up against each other: “That being said, Lodge’s Dutch oven will probably do the same [as Le Creuset’s], but for a much lower cost — and although it might not be as recognizable, it’s still just as beautiful as its more expensive counterpart,” she wrote.

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was $329.99

Another classic-yet-splurgy item you can save big on is KitchenAid’s stand mixer. This workhorse of an appliance can mix dough for up to eight dozen cookies in one go; its large capacity is ideal for making food for crowds or meal prepping for the week.

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was $339.99

Anolon’s pan isn’t your average piece of nonstick cookware — it offers the brand’s exclusive SearTech technology, which is a base paired with stainless steel mesh to keep oils in the middle of the pan. Despite being nonstick, it’s also designed to sear like cast iron.

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was $80.00

Grilling season is here, but we all know that sometimes, it gets too hot in the summer to stand over the grill. That’s where this versatile pan comes in: One side turns your stove into a grill, while the other works as a griddle. You’ll essentially get two for the price of one!

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was $290.00

SMEG is known for gorgeous appliances, and its sleek cookware is just as pleasing to the eye. The interior of this casserole dish is coated in nonstick material, and its build is PFOA-free, nickel-free, and heavy metal-free. It can also handle a range of tasks, from braising to boiling pasta to cooking vegetables.

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was $130.00

Lodge also has a slimmer piece of cookware available, if your cabinets can’t accommodate something as large as a Dutch oven. This casserole dish has 4.8 stars from over 700 reviews. “It cooks perfectly every time,” one shopper wrote. “I could not ask for a better pan. I have never made food better in a pan. It is exceptional.”

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was $600.00

This stainless steel stockpot comes with a pasta and steamer insert, so it functions as a three-in-one. Another bonus is that it has measurement markings on the inside, so your cooking process will be that much easier.

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was $139.99

Revamp your fry pan collection with this three-piece set, which can handle everything from eggs to pancakes to burgers. The nonstick surface is reinforced with diamonds for easier release, and the brand claims that no oil or butter is needed.