Williams Sonoma’s Spring Sale Has Incredible Savings on Le Creuset, Staub, All-Clad, and More Editor-Favorite Brands

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Ah, the signs of spring are all around us! Trees are greener, days are longer, and a slew of new sales are hitting the internet. One of our favorite savings events right now is William Sonoma’s incredible Spring Cookware Event. It’s jam-packed with great deals on some of our editor-favorite brands, including Le Creuset, All-Clad, and Lodge, with exclusives like a reader-favorite grill pan that you won’t find anywhere else. Sure, you might be buying them for spring cooking, but they’ll last you for many seasons to come. Take a look at some of the best deals below, and check out the entire sale on William Sonoma’s website.

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Williams Sonoma
was $285.00

All-Clad is synonymous with high-quality craftsmanship and durability, so snagging two skillets instead of one is a major plus. This stainless steel skillet set comes with 8.5- and 10.5-inch deep skillets that are ideal for everyday use in the kitchen, from a quick egg scramble to a side dish with dinner. Both have the same five-ply construction to heat evenly without warping, sloped sides for dripless pouring, and a stay-cool handle for safety. They are also dishwasher safe, so they're a perfect choice for your constant meal rotation.

2 / 5
Williams Sonoma
was $113.85

What’s better than one reliable, sturdy Lodge cast iron fry pan? Three! This incredible Williams Sonoma exclusive includes eight-, 10- and 13-inch fry pans, all preseasoned for a nonstick surface. The high sides help prevent splatters, so you don’t have to worry about the bacon grease in one pan getting into your scrambled eggs in the other. And they're all safe to use in the oven or broiler.

3 / 5
Williams Sonoma
was $310.00

Braisers often make appearances on Kitchn for one-pot pasta recipes, but they are tremendously versatile for plenty of other meals. With a heavyweight cast iron base to cook evenly and a matte black interior with traces of quartz to aid in better browning, Staub’s Everything Pan is perfectly named. Top it with the seal-tight glass lid to lock in moisture, and you end up with flavorful, juicy, and perfectly tender proteins, from chicken to pork tenderloins and more.

4 / 5
Williams Sonoma
was $235.00

The three-quart All-Clad saucepan is a repeat winner on our Kitchn Essentials list for its versatility. Simmer sauce, make a veggie side dish, or simply heat up a can of soup. The five bonded layers of stainless steel and aluminum conduct and sustain even heat to cook just about anything you would put in a saucepan. The tight-fitting lid and medium-high sides help prevent evaporation (and spills!), so everything you want stays put until it’s time to serve.

5 / 5
Williams Sonoma
was $129.95

It’s no secret that a nonstick fry pan is one of the most versatile pieces for everyday cooking. The Scanpan fry pan has five layers of aluminum construction with a stainless steel exterior for superior heat conductivity, and the patented PFOA-free nonstick surface means easy cooking and even easier cleanup. And get this: You can use metal utensils to flip grilled cheese or sear a chicken breast, and the surface won’t chip or scratch.