11 Hottest Deals from Williams Sonoma’s Summer Savings Sale (Including Le Creuset, Staub, and All-Clad)

published Jul 26, 2023
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If there’s anything summer should be known for, it’s the amazing sales that take place. Sure, Black Friday and Cyber Monday fall during the winter months, but thanks to the abundance of holidays crammed into the summer season, we’ve been able to take advantage of some major discounts for Memorial Day and the Fourth of July — and Amazon Prime Day, which I’m definitely considering a holiday at this point. We have a bit of a way to go until Labor Day deals start coming in, but lucky for us, many brands are offering some amazing deals in the meantime, including Williams Sonoma.

During the one-stop cookware shop’s Hot Summer Deals event, items from some of our favorite brands like All-Clad, Staub, and more are up to 40 percent off — along with hundreds of other cookware, bakeware, and appliances. And, with the code EXTRA, you can even get an extra 20 percent off clearance items. So, if you’ve been holding off on splurging on that Le Creuset Dutch oven or All-Clad frying pan, this is the time to grab them for way less — check out the 11 best deals we came across.

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Williams Sonoma
was $29.95

This best-selling wedger will be your go-to gadget this summer while watermelons are in season. No more wrestling with an enormous knife — this device works like an apple slicer, creating 12 perfect, even slices in an instant.

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Williams Sonoma
was $39.95

These ingenious grill prep trays are perfect for outdoor cooking during the warmer months. They’re color-coded to prevent contamination, with the bottom red tray holding raw food with its deep sides and the top black one keeping cooked food separate.

3 / 11
Williams Sonoma
was $430.00

We’ll never stop raving about the Le Creuset Dutch Oven. It’ll quickly earn its spot as your most valuable piece of cookware, and the enameled cast iron will hold up for years and years.

4 / 11
Williams Sonoma
was $235.00

Another brand that we recommend to everyone is All-Clad, who delivers professional-grade products and high-quality results every time. This saucepan is the only one of its kind, featuring five alternating layers of aluminum and stainless steel that ensures quick and even heating.

5 / 11
Williams Sonoma
was $175.00

This gorgeous pan from Le Creuset not only will look stunning on your stovetop, but it also has a large surface area, great heat retention, and a black enamel interior that doesn’t need any additional seasoning. It even has a tab-style ergonomic helper handle to make it easier to carry.

6 / 11
Williams Sonoma
was $59.95

Another Williams Sonoma bestseller, the retailer’s baking sheets have nonstick coating to make cleaning up a breeze. Plus, the gold coloring looks way more interesting than your standard silver.

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Williams Sonoma
was $149.95

“It clicks on super smoothly,” contributor Lisa Freedman wrote in her review of this effective immersion blender. “And it’s impressively quiet — even when blending up frozen fruit for smoothies. In tests, I’ve found that it can blend up a pot of silky-smooth soups in less than 40 seconds.”

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Williams Sonoma
was $149.95

With a 4.8-star rating, you can be sure that the Instant Pot is more than worth the investment. This Pro version can serve up to six portions and preheats and cooks faster. It also has a whopping 28 smart cooking programs and five favorite settings to preload for your favorite meals.

9 / 11
Williams Sonoma
was $89.95

A Zwilling knife will last you a long time (trust us), and they offer more control when you’re cutting up foods with comfortable handles, a lightweight feel, and a sharp edge.

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Williams Sonoma
was $310.00

“I own Le Creuset and Staub cookware and I truly enjoy both brands, but this has become my go to EVERYTHING cooking buddy for sure,” a reviewer wrote about Staub’s braiser. “This accommodates to any need and fits perfectly in my kitchen routine ... and let me just say, the grenadine color is dreamy!”

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Williams Sonoma
was $240.00

When we tested out the Fusiontec line, we loved how we got the benefits of both nonstick and All-Clad’s signature stainless-steel cookware at the same time. “Its steel core ensured even and quick heating, which meant food cooked evenly too,” contributor Riddley Gemperlein-Schirm wrote. “And unlike nonstick, the Fusiontec line is durable and scratch-resistant.”