Martha Stewart Cast Iron 6-Quart Round Dutch Oven ONLY $39.99 After Rebate

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For a limited time only, hop on over to Macy’s.com where you can score nice deals on select kitchen items! Even sweeter, there are several cookware items that have have Mail-In Rebates available to save you even more including Belgique, KitchenAid and Martha Stewart! Please note that rebate purchase end dates may vary.

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Martha Stewart Collection Enameled Cast Iron 6-Quart Round Dutch Oven $59.99 (regularly $179.99)
Submit $20 Mail-In Rebate (must purchase by 2/4)
Final cost only $39.99!

This heavy-duty pot distributes heat evenly and locks in moisture which makes it perfect for stewing, braising, and more! It is available in eight different fun colors and is oven safe up to 500ºF and comes with a manufacturer’s limited lifetime warranty.

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  1. Ashley

    Oooooo I want one of these so badly! Can anyone attest to the quality of this brand? TIA! 💝

    • Sami

      I lovvvvveeee cooking in my Dutch ovens.

    • Sami

      I meant to respond to your comment. If you look below you’ll see what I had to say about my Dutch ovens.

    • Melinda

      Ashley, I bought a Food Network one years ago and it had started to chip on the inside. So I bought this Martha Stewart one to replace it. I honestly LOVE it! It cooks perfect, retains heat well, and looks great (because we all care about how are pots look sitting on the stove, let’s be honest lol). For this price, it’s DEFINITELY worth it!!!

      • Ashley

        Great insight, thank you!!

  2. Sami

    I can’t speak directly to the quality of this brand BUT I can tell you I have 2 enamel covered cast iron Dutch ovens. One I bought from Sams Club for about $17 after Christmas a few years back and the other I purchased from Le Creuset for about 20x as much (I’m not exaggerating). While I like my Le Creuset one a lot, I’m not sure it justifies the price. The cheaper one cooks everything just as well, but I have found it is a bit more difficult to keep looking new. But that may just be because I don’t take as much care with the cheap one. So overall, I think if you have a lot of money and don’t know what to do with it, go ahead for the more expensive name brand. If not, I’d go with the cheaper one of any decent brand. Just my opinion. 🙂

    • Ashley

      Super helpful, thanks a bunch!

  3. Alyssa

    Perfect for the gift closet! My go to gift for bridal showers/weddings.

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Such a great gift idea Alyssa!

  4. 4ella

    I have exact same one but in light green and love it!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Great to hear how much you have liked yours! Thanks for taking a moment to comment!

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