Williams Sonoma Is Offering Black Friday-Level Deals on Le Creuset, All-Clad, and Lodge

published Jun 25, 2024
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Sure, I look forward to the cookout and fireworks every Fourth of July, but more than anything, I’m excited for all of the sales that come with the holiday. Best of all, many brands start offering deals in advance, so you don’t have to stress about purchasing everything you need on the actual day. Walmart, for instance, has already marked down prices on kitchen gems from Ninja, Nespresso, and more, and now Williams Sonoma has joined the ranks with its early sale on top-notch cookware.

Essentials from brands like Le Creuset and All-Clad are among the discounted products, including Dutch ovens, stainless steel pans, mini cocottes, and more. You likely won’t see better prices for the rest of summer, so if you’ve been wanting to chip away at your shopping list, this is the best time. If you don’t feel like sifting the hundreds of items — I don’t blame you — I’ve included the best ones below.

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Williams Sonoma
was $32.00

The editor-loved mini cocotte is the perfect alternative if you don’t want to drop a ton of cash on Le Creuset’s Dutch oven — it’ll give you the same level of quality, just in miniature form. You can use it for baking individual portions or as a serving bowl.

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Williams Sonoma
was $200.00

Speaking of Le Creuset Dutch oven alternatives, Lodge’s is just as good. In fact, we put them head-to-head and came to that conclusion. It costs way less, but it’s still comparable in its durability and even-heating cast iron.

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Williams Sonoma
was $284.00

Le Creuset’s French oven is suited for one-pot meals with its sloping sides and a domed lid. The sides are curved, which allows for more-efficient stirring of sauces, stocks, and soups, and like all of the brand’s pieces, it’s gorgeous enough to double as a serving dish.

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Williams Sonoma
was $179.95

Another superhero for one-pot meals is All-Clad’s Essential Pan. As its name implies, you’ll use it every day, thanks to its versatile shape with high sides and a wide surface area. The brand’s D5 construction alternates layers of aluminum and stainless steel, which will give you pro-level results.

5 / 11
Williams Sonoma
was $170.00

Staub’s skillet combines the benefits of a sauté pan and fry pan, which will save space in your kitchen. The enamel interior resists sticking and requires no seasoning. Plus, the outside is just as high-quality with its glossy, vibrant coating.

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Williams Sonoma
was $205.00

Don’t have a grill in your backyard (or don’t have a backyard at all)? You can get the same effect indoors with Le Creuset’s grill pan, which will give your meat picture-perfect sear marks and keep it elevated above drippings.

7 / 11
Williams Sonoma
was $310.00

You can score Staub’s top-rated brazier at over $100 off, which is a steal for how well it performs. The game-changing glass lid allows you to watch your food as it cooks while locking in moisture. “Food doesn’t stick, and the outside is gorgeous,” a shopper reviewed. “I want more of these.”

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Williams Sonoma
was $99.95

Don’t underestimate the importance of a reliable knife. This workhorse from Zwilling can do it all for a fraction of the price of most high-end options, featuring an ergonomic handle and durable blade for slicing, chopping, and mincing.

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Williams Sonoma
was $249.95

Get two for the price of one from this All-Clad deal, which includes a D5 sauté pan and splatter screen. It’s taller than a typical sauté pan, so you can also use it for deep frying, and the large handles make for effortless transport.

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Williams Sonoma
was $199.95

This stylish coffee maker is so sleek, you won’t mind dedicating a spot on your countertop to it. It has a wide showerhead for moistening coffee grounds, an aroma tube for circulation, and a blooming function to make the taste smoother.

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Williams Sonoma
was $99.95

This is the only pan you’ll ever need for eggs. Williams Sonoma’s Thermo-Clad line is crafted in Italy, using an “exclusive aluminum alloy that provides up to 35% better thermal conductivity than other aluminum-clad metal cookware," the company said.