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Presidents Day kitchen deals: A $50 Ninja Blender, All-Clad cookware and more

Snag a seven-piece All-Clad stainless steel cookware set for about as low as you'll see it go.

Presidents Day Weekend  may not have the same luster as in years past, and while much of the family gathering and jetting off to somewhere warm is on hold until the pandemic scrams, we can still count on those sweet Presidents Day savings to take advantage of. The hottest sales include major discounts on kitchen appliances, gadgets, tools and cookware. All you need to do is sit back, relax and get your scroll on because we've rounded up the best bargains on kitchen gear.

Presidents Day weekend has traditionally been a great time to snag kitchen and home sales and that's certainly true this year. Big online retailers like Wayfair, Macy's and Best Buy are leading the charge and, so far, we're seeing not-to-be-missed bargains on top kitchen brands such as Le Creuset, All-Clad AeroGarden, NutriBullet and more. Prices are already slashed and some of our favorite kitchen gear is ripe for the gettin'. Here are some of the very best kitchen deals for Presidents Day weekend so far. 

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This pan has earned a bit of a cult following, having made the rounds on morning talk shows and often selling out or going on backorder. The claim is that it takes the place of eight other kitchen tools. When we heard that we knew we'd have to put it to the test and while eight might be a stretch, I will say it's an impressive and well-designed piece of cookware. 

The Always Pan is not only in stock right now but you can snag one for $30 off with special code MAGIC30 at checkout,

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All-Clad is widely regarded as some of the best cookware money can buy, and less than $300 for a 7-piece All-Clad cookware set is about as cheap as you'll find it. This bundle has all the essentials and not much excess that you won't use. It includes a 10-inch frying pan, 2-quart covered saucepan, 3-quart covered sauté pan and 6-quart covered stockpot. The set ships for free and is marked down over $500 while supplies last.

Le Creuset

This enameled cast-iron pot is one you'll just find excuses to use from braising, simmering to lazy Sunday sauce-making. Plus, it's Le Creuset so it just looks so darn good sitting on the range with all those great smells and steam seeping out. 

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These are a true kitchen essential and you can get two nonslip boards for less than $10 right now.


These little blenders pack a serious punch. Use code PRESIDENTS from Feb. 12-16 for 20% off the entire inventory of small blenders. That includes the NutriBullet Pro for just $72 -- normally $90. It's one of the brand's most popular models and is now available in five new matte colors exclusively on NutriBullet's website.

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The Ninja Mega Blender system is exactly that. Mega. In addition to the enormous 72-ounce blending jar and two personal blender cups, it comes with a 64-ounce bowl for mixing dough or chopping vegetables. It can do a whole lot more than most blenders and it's down $40 right now.


This Tineco model is not the brand's most powerful so I wouldn't recommend it for a large, high-traffic home, but it's perfect for an apartment or smaller house. I've used it and love how light and manageable it is. Plus, the Hero couldn't be easier to use, empty and clean.


This is one of NInja's basic models but has plenty of power to crush ice and whip frozen fruit, veggies and other ingredients into smoothies, soups and sauces. It scores high marks in over 3,500 reviews on Amazon and ships for free.


It's February, and if you don't yet have a Dutch oven, it's really time to change that. This Tramontina cast-iron enameled number will be your go-to for stews, sauces, braises, sourdough and a whole lot more. With a 6-quart capacity, you'll be able to cook enough fall-off-the-bone grub for the whole gang.

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Le Creuset

Le Creuset's sturdy ceramic baking dishes are down from $70, ready to be filled with vegetables to roast and lasagnas to bake.

Sur La Table

Jump on the Le Creuset bandwagon with a colorful enameled cast iron skillet, painted in bold reds, yellows, blues and greens. It's built to handle even the toughest of tasks, from searing steaks to baking cornbread in the oven. 


If you're looking to try your thumb at an indoor garden, let me tell you they couldn't be easier to operate and the results have been great in the few I've tried. This sleek and streamlined AeroGarden Sprout will house three plant pods -- herbs are probably best for a garden this size -- with LED grow lights and a pump for oxygenation. Use code GROWLOVE at checkout for 30% off the indoor smart garden.

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