Save Big on Zwilling, All-Clad, and More Top Brands During Williams Sonoma’s Epic Clearance Event

published Jan 13, 2023
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The holiday weekend is officially here, and that means the sales are, too. If your early winter shopping was mostly focused on buying gifts for loved ones, now’s your chance to explore the numerous deals offered by some of our favorite kitchenware retailers and pick out what you need. With a simple Google search (or a scroll through our latest posts), you should be able to find significant markdowns on top-brand countertop appliances and other meal prep must-haves. But, your search won’t be complete until you check out the massive savings event currently happening on Williams Sonoma’s website. This weekend, you can save an extra 20 percent on select clearance items when you enter code EXTRA at checkout. That means amazing deals on cookware, dinner plates, and more from so many of our favorite brands. We’ve sorted through the seasonal decor and rounded up the items that are actually worth adding to your cart, so don’t wait any longer!

1 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $125.00

This beautiful stoneware baking dish is great not only for preparing meals in the oven when dining at home, but it's also extremely convenient when transporting food. Its weighty material will keep the contents warm for a long time after baking, plus the dish comes with its own lid and has large side handles for carrying. Although it can fit a lot, the platter is quite flat, which makes for easy storage.

2 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $300.00

Made in Italy from Williams Sonoma's signature Thermo-Clad stainless steel, this 4.5-quart saute pan conducts heat like a pro and looks polished while doing so. Use it to braise veggies and allow small-batch soups to simmer for as long as needed without taking up tons of space on the cooktop. Your eats will come out tasting delicious and without any overly hot or cold spots.

3 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $200.00

This restaurant-grade chef's knife can be used for a variety of purposes, from cubing ham to dicing onions. The first thing you'll likely notice, however, are its hollowed-out blade edges, which prevent foods from sticking. This staple piece of cutlery also exerts immaculate precision, helping you get your meal prep done in half the time compared to a lower-quality blade.

4 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $16.95

Dishcloths are bound to become raggedy after lots of use, so replace your old set with this absorbent pack of four. The thin yet efficient towels are available in five colors and sport different patterns, which is helpful for differentiating them for different uses in the kitchen. And, it goes without saying that for just $11, they're a steal.

5 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $39.95

Sure, you could always bake your pies in a basic pan from the grocery store, but this French-inspired ceramic dish is so much cuter. Its durable material won't chip or crack, plus it makes for a great presentation piece when guests visit. You can make anything from holiday desserts to quiches inside the dish and feel every bit the professional pâtissier.

6 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $99.95

As its name suggests, this 1.5-quart pan from Oprah-favorite brand GreenPan is great for making sauces, but its size and stainless-steel ceramic material also make it a viable cookware option when preparing small one-person meals throughout the week. Your soups, risottos, and other meals will come out evenly heated, and cleanup afterward will be a breeze.

7 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $42.85

This lovely pink soap set certainly beats the look of ordinary dish soap bottles, plus its grapefruit scent is positively heavenly. You get one soap for dishes and another to wash your hands with after the dishwasher is loaded. The duo would also make a wonderful "just because" gift or housewarming present.

8 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $100.00

Even if you're not a big breakfast person, you'll still get plenty of use out of this nonstick frying pan from editor-favorite brand Zwilling. Your food will lift right off its cold-forged aluminum surface without giving you a reason to scrape, and you have plenty of room for whipping up meals for the whole family. What's more, the pan is dishwasher-safe!

9 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $34.95

If you want cinema-worthy popcorn with authentic melted butter on top, grab this glass popping container for just $16. Once you place your kernels inside, simply attach its vented silicone lid, and place your butter over top. Your snack will come out warm and tasting just as good as the kind from the theater, no queuing required.

10 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $199.95

Roast poultry, prime rib, and other meat dishes in this roomy, stainless-steel pan, which comes with its own V-shaped rack. The high sides of the pan prevent splattering inside the oven, while large riveted side handles let you safely remove your eats from the hot enclosure. When you buy the roaster, you also get a flexible wire whisk, which is helpful for making gravy.