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Mar 10 2017
7 months ago
9:55 AM MDT

HUGE Sale on All-Clad Cookware = Stainless Steel Pan w/ Lid $81 Shipped (Reg. $200) & More

Mar 10, 2017 @ 9:55 AM MDT
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All-Clad fry panIn the market for high quality cookware? 🍳

Now through March 12th or while supplies last, hop on over to HomeandCooksSales.com where they are hosting a HUGE All-Clad sale.

To enter the sale, you need to ‘Accept’ the terms and enter passcode ACSPRING17 in the box provided.

Even better, you can score an additional 10% off your purchase when you enter promo code HIPVIP10 at checkout. Note that there is a limit of 5 pieces of the same item and a limit of one order per shipping address.

NOTE: The products which are for sale are FACTORY SECONDS – all products are genuine All-Clad products but they have minor cosmetic scratches and/or dents. There are no defects which will affect the cookware’s performance. For this event, all sales are final and no returns will be accepted.

Here are just a few of the deals I spotted….

All-Clad 12-Inch Stainless Steel Fry Pan with Lid
Only $80.99 shipped (regularly $205) after code HIPVIP10

All-Clad Pans

All-Clad 6-Quart Stainless Steel Stockpot with Lid
Only $89.99 shipped (regularly $270) after code HIPVIP10

All-Clad 4-Quart Stainless Steel Sauce Pan with Lid
Only $98.99 shipped (regularly $215) after code HIPVIP10

All-Clad 12-Inch Copper Core Fry Pan
Only $116.99 shipped (regularly $250) after code HIPVIP10

All-Clad 4-Quart Copper Core Chicken Fryer with Screen
Only $152.99 shipped (regularly $445) after code HIPVIP10

On the fence about the All-Clad brand? Check out these reader comments!

I think it’s worth mentioning that All Clad carries a lifetime guarantee, and they’re notorious for repairing/replacing without hassle.


I bought my hubby an AllClad cookware set several years ago for $700.00 plus for his birthday. It’s actually very good, quality wise. Even though it’s pricey, I believe it’s worth it. I consider myself frugal/sensible buyer, however there are things that are worth splurging. It’s a good investment in my humble opinion.


I have a few All Clad pots that I got for my wedding 17 years ago. They are still in perfect condition and though they were pricey they are wonderful and last an eternity. Well worth the investment!


Definitely worth the investment if you can buy it. Buying cheaper pots and pans with inferior non stick is not a good idea /investment as you’re only replacing it quickly and they’re leeching chemicals.

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