Williams Sonoma’s Clearance Section Has Up to 75% Off All-Clad, Nespresso, and More Big Brands

published Oct 27, 2023
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If there’s one thing worth investing in, it’s some high-quality kitchenware. The fact of the matter is, the peace of mind you’ll get knowing that your pieces will perform consistently and last longer makes them 100% worth the higher price tag. Still, even knowing that’s true, it can be hard to convince yourself to finally make the leap and ditch the old fry pan that’s on the tail end of its life in favor of one from a well-established brand that you won’t even have to think about replacing for years to come. (You can take contributor Stella’s word for it, who’s been using her All-Clad sauté pan for a decade — and it’s still good as new.)

But, as sure as we are that such items are splurge-worthy, you can still find some at marked-down price points by heading over to the clearance section of one of our favorite retailers, Williams Sonoma. Filled with stunning deals on everything from All-Clad to Cuisinart to Nespresso, you can finally make the upgrade you’ve been holding out on, while saving tons of money in the process. After sifting through the hundreds of deals Williams Sonoma is offering, here are the 10 best ones that we found.

1 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $129.95

As Stella’s aforementioned review proves, All-Clad pieces will be your go-to for over a decade, if not longer. You’ll put the NS1 to work every day, whether that be for frying eggs, searing and browning meat, or sautéing veggies.

2 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $199.95

“None of the kitchen gadgets I’ve bought in the last 10 years work the miracle to transform me into a cook-every-single-night kind of person, or magically crank up my ability from enthusiastic home cook to super talented chef,” wrote contributor Dana in her review of this stellar coffee maker. “But my Nespresso infuses a bright spot into my morning day after day, and I wouldn’t trade it for anything.”

3 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $99.95

Another brand we love? GreenPan, whose saucepan is a whopping 50 percent off right now. Contributor Heather tried a ceramic nonstick version of it, writing that “it’s small, efficient, and heats up a bowl of oatmeal just as quickly as a microwave.” We have no doubt that the stainless steel one performs just as well!

4 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $320.00

It’s rare to find a quality Dutch oven that’s under $100, let alone one that comes with two serving spoons. Cuisinart’s 5-quart option is made of two layers of stainless steel, with an aluminum core for the best heating results. Plus: It’ll look great on the dinner table!

5 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $49.95

We might be nearing the end of outdoor dining season, but it’s never too early to get your grilling station into shape, especially when related items are on sale. This tray set has a base for marinating and keeping raw food separate and a lid to hold cooked food.

6 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $39.95

With all the smells that go on in your kitchen, it’s a good idea to have a candle to keep things smelling fresh. This Sunday Brunch one will fill the space up with a citrusy fragrance, and it’ll look great on your counter, too, with its ribbed glass holder.

7 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $159.95

Get all of the kitchen utensils you’ll ever need in one go with this set from Williams Sonoma, which has 50 years of culinary experience behind it. The small spatula, French whisk, deep spoon, and pasta fork are meant to be used with nonstick cookware, keeping it in the best possible condition, and it even comes with a sleek container.

8 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $17.95

A quality knife should be in every home cook’s arsenal, given that it’ll cut down on prep time tremendously. This one slices through any kind of fruit, no matter how thick the skin, easily with its serrated, stainless-steel blade.

9 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $180.00

Get two for the price of one with this deal that includes 9.5- and 11-inch Williams Sonoma fry pans. Constructed with triple-layer diamond-infused ceramic nonstick, little or no oil is needed, and cleanup is a breeze since they’re dishwasher-safe.

10 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $16.95

These simple yet stunning pasta bowls have a lived-in, vintage European flair with their unique weathered edges. But don’t worry about them not holding up — they’re dishwasher-safe and handcrafted by Italian artisans.