The All-Clad Sale Boasts Major Discounts on All Your Favorite Cookware Pieces

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Looking to spruce up your cookware collection before grilling season hits? You’re in luck: All-Clad is having an epic sale for a limited time. If you shop now, you can save up to 52 percent on pots and pans made from a variety of high-quality materials. In case you need more convincing, you’ll also score free shipping on orders $99.95 and up.

Some of the top deals to snag during the All-Clad sale include the D3 Stainless Nonstick Fry Pan (was $190, now $130), the D3 Mother of All Pans with Lid (was $310, now $150) and the Stainless Steel 4-Piece BBQ Tool Set (was $165, now $120). But our favorite items are the stainless steel and copper core cookware sets that All-Clad is famous for. Read on for details.

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Are All-Clad Pans Worth It?

All-Clad cookware is as timeless as it is functional (and it’s pretty easy on the eyes to boot). Most importantly, their pots and pans are very durable and high quality, so if you take proper care of them, they’ll last basically forever.

We’re particularly fond of their stainless steel cookware, since the material is non-reactive. (That means you’ll be able to cook with acidic ingredients without the pan imparting an off taste or color to your food.) Many of the brand’s stainless steel pieces are three- or five-play, meaning they’re constructed from a layer of aluminum sandwiched between two layers of stainless steel, resulting in even, quick heat conduction and retention. The material is also rust-resistant and holds up against metal utensils.

Don’t let the lack of a nonstick coating deter you: In the words of our senior food editor, Katherine Gillen, “If you preheat [stainless steel] properly with a little oil, it can be more nonstick than any DTC ceramic pan.”

The Best Cookware Deals to Shop During the All-Clad Sale

1. All-Clad D3 Stainless 2-Piece Kitchen Helper Set

Save a cool $130 on this 8-inch fry pan and 1-quart saucepan duo. The skillet’s wide, flat base and flared sides make splatter-free flipping and pan-frying a breeze. The saucepan’s high, straight sides are designed to hold heat and deter evaporation. Both tri-ply constructed and oven-safe up to 600°F, the pieces’ aluminum cores conduct heat like a charm, and the riveted stainless steel handles ensure a safe, sturdy grip.

2. All-Clad D5 Stainless Brushed 5-Piece Cookware Set

Take advantage of the $180 markdown on this five-piece set, which includes a 10-inch fry pan, a 3-quart sauce pan with a lid and a 3-quart sauté pan with a lid. A five-ply construction of alternating layers of stainless steel and aluminum make the pieces essentially immune to warping, and guarantee quick, even heating with no hotspots. The heat-resistant handles ensure a comfortable grip, while the flared rims will prevent accidental drips.

3. All-Clad Copper Core Cookware Set

If you’re in the market for a kitchen overhaul, look no further. The 10-piece set—including 8- and 10-inch fry pans, 2- and 3-quart sauce pans with lids, a 3-quart sauté pan with a lid and an 8-quart stockpot with a lid—can tackle just about any recipe you throw at it, thanks to thick copper cores that ensure lightning-fast heating and stellar retention. The cooking surfaces are made from highly polished stainless steel, which keep food from sticking with proper greasing.

In case you want to spring for the 14-piece set instead, it comes with 10- and 12-inch fry pans, 2- and 3-quart sauce pans with lids, 3- and 6- quart sauté pans with lids, a 12-inch chef’s pan with a lid and an 8-quart stockpot with a lid.

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Taryn Pire is PureWow’s associate food editor. A former bartender and barista, she’s been writing about all things delicious since 2016, developing recipes, reviewing restaurants and investigating food trends at Food52, New Jersey Family Magazine and Taste Talks. When she isn’t testing TikTok’s latest viral recipe, she’s having popcorn for dinner and posting about it on Instagram @cookingwithpire.