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All-Clad 8″ AND 10″ Nonstick Fry Pan Set Only $41.99 Shipped (Regularly $120)

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Hop on over to Amazon.com where you can snag this highly rated All-Clad Hard Anodized Nonstick 8″ AND 10″ Fry Pan Set for just $41.99 shipped! Note that you may not see the low price until you head to checkout.

OR head to, Macys.com and grab this same Fry Pan Set for $41.99 (regularly $119.99) when you use promo code FRIEND at checkout. Shipping is free with a $99 order OR score free shipping on ANY size order when you add select beauty items to your cart – prices start as low as $2.55. Or choose free in-store pickup, if available near you.

This fry pan set includes both an 8″ and 10″ fry pan constructed from hard-anodized aluminum for fast, even heating. They are oven-safe to 500°, dishwasher-safe, and have a limited lifetime warranty.


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  1. melissa

    Awesome thank you.! Pans for me and face mask stocking stuffers.

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’re welcome Melissa!

  2. Andreea

    I need new frying pans but I can’t decide if I should get cast iron. Thoughts /suggestions? I never had cast iron, except for enameled Dutch oven.

    • SeattleK

      I have cast iron pan, but I also have some stainless steel. I do use the cast iron for some recipes, but I find it good to have a variety of pans.

    • Innavation

      I say go for the cast iron. I love mine and use them daily. I try to stay away from non-stick coatings.

      • Andreea

        Thanks for the feedback. H2S just posted a deal on cast iron 🙂

    • Sarah

      Definately cast iron. It will last a lifetime and is not hazardous. It will take it a little while to get “seasoned” so don’t give up!

  3. NHmom

    I have these and love hem. They hold there heat very well and cook evenly.

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh awesome! Glad to hear how well they hold up! Thanks for sharing!

  4. Gina

    I have these and they are awesome!

  5. Gerry

    Are they designed for use on and do they work well on ceramic hobs, induction or otherwise?

  6. Jeff

    The answer is not….definitely Cast Iron. Each type has their virtues. There are many instances were a non-stick skillet is better suited to preparing a particular dish. Clean up is easier in a non stick pan. You have to be much more attentive to the cast iron pan after using it or you can ruin the seasoning of the pan. The finish on these pans is very durable as long as you are careful not to use sharp metallic utensils, a problem that doesn’t exist with the cast iron. Cast Iron pans are heavy and difficult for some people to use and move. There is a place in every kitchen for both types, the advantage at this point is, these are great pans, highly rated by the cooking industry, are very even heating, well made, and most importantly at this time, a steal at this price. I personally own many All-Clad pots and pans, and no one makes a better product. One of my friends says, “Everything tastes better in All-Clad.” (I have no affiliation with the company)

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