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Snag a $50 All-Clad French skillet on sale right now

The big All-Clad clearance event is extended through the weekend and things are selling out.

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$30 at All-Clad
All-Clad 9x13-inch rectangular baking pan: $30
You save $20
$60 at All-Clad
All-Clad 10-inch fry pan: $60
You save $35
$50 at All-Clad
All-Clad 7.5-inch stainless steel French skillet: $50
You save $55
$60 at All-Clad
All-Clad hard anodized roaster: $60
You save $90
$80 at All-Clad
All-Clad 4-quart stainless steel slow cooker: $80
You save $120
$100 at All-Clad
All-Clad 3-quart essential pan with lid: $100
You save $185
$180 at All-Clad
All-Clad 7-piece nonstick cookware set: $180
You save $220

When All-Clad cookware goes on sale, it's definitely worthy of attention. And right now we're seeing some of the lowest prices yet on this beautifully designed, high-quality cookware. The Pennsylvania-based metal crafter turns out some of the most coveted pots and pans, lauded for its quality construction that can take a beating and still perform consistently over the years (not to mention its sleek, minimalist design). For those reasons and more, All-Clad cookware isn't exactly cheap -- that is, until a clearance event like the one happening now. The two-day clearance sales event has lots of All-Clad cookware sets and single pieces from the brand's various collections including frying pans, cookware setsbakeware and even slow cookers on deep discount -- some as much as 65% off.

Many of them have been deemed "second quality" or "damaged packaging." Factory seconds or second quality means items may have minor manufacturing defects like a small dent or scratch, but it won't affect their performance. In most cases, the defects are barely even noticeable. "Damaged packing" is exactly what it sounds like and means there is likely a rip or tear in the box but one that will have no bearing on the condition of the All-Clad product inside.

When a sale like this pops off, it's never too early to start thinking about holiday gifting for the home chefs in your life. Check out our top picks for the All-Clad factory seconds sale, now extended through the weekend. A few have sold out, but there are still major steals to be had. 

Read more: Best direct-to-consumer cookware of 2020


It's roasting and baking season, and having the right bakeware is a key component for perfect vegetables, cookies, meatloaf and more. This sturdy and versatile baking pan is made from heavy-gauge aluminized steel and is one that'll last more than a few holiday seasons.


This is the classic 10-inch all-purpose frying pan. Since it's one you'll likely use more than any other, why not spring for the best in class? This is a very attractive price for a bonded stainless steel beauty with an aluminum core that delivers exceptionally even heat distribution. 

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This sleek stainless steel French skillet can be used by both novice and well-seasoned chefs, complete with a tri-ply bonded construction. Use it to ace an omelet, sear a piece of meat or effortlessly simmer a sauce, thanks to the high walls. FYI: This doesn't come with its original box, but that shouldn't impact its performance a bit.

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Winter is coming, which means you'll probably be roasting a whole lot of meat to pass the time. This nonstick roaster is plenty big enough to house whole chickens and other large cuts of meat. If you prefer a stainless steel roaster, one is also on sale for just $70


We don't try to hide our love for slow cookers and we never will, but they aren't always the prettiest things to plop on the counter for several hours. Not so with this 4-quart slow cooker featuring All-Clad's signature sleek stainless-steel look. It also has an easy-clean ceramic insert and a 26-hour digital programmable timer. 

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Built for one-pan meals, this 3-quart essential pan was designed with cooking for one in mind. The pan features high, rounded sides, along with a lid that locks in moisture and heat. Use it on the stove or in the oven for anything from risotto to pasta and sauces. 

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Looking for a small set of pots and pans? This hard anodized nonstick set will do the trick, complete with a 10-inch skillet, 2.5-quart saucepan with a lid, a 4-quart saucepan with a lid and an 8-inch stockpot with a lid. 

First published earlier this year. Updated with new deals and prices.