what are some websites that sell slightly damaged/defective but otherwise great kitchen supplies? looking for an all-clad saute pan

  • Posted by: cezinho
  • September 11, 2011


Hank H. September 13, 2011
I got my All-Clad pans off Craigslist. It took a while and I'm not finished but I got a 10 and 12 inch frypan and a 12 inch saute pan with lid. The 12 inch frypan has a lid too.

I got them for the following:
10 inch frypan $20
12 inch frypan with lid $50 Like new
12 inch saute pan with lid $35

I simply hate to pay retail for anything. Just keep watching on a daily basis but it will take time.
Meatballs&Milkshakes September 12, 2011
Another option is a restaurant supply store- might not be name brand, but a good place to pick up cheaper cooking supplies.
latoscana September 12, 2011
All-Clad actually has an annual sale - here's a mention of it a few years ago: http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/09155/974776-54.stm. It's in June. Mark your calendar!
Ghost T. September 12, 2011
Not to mention the obvious, but have you checked ebay? I used ebay to buy a Griswold cast iron skillet for a very reasonable price. It was in excellent condition, and shipping was only $10.
sexyLAMBCHOPx September 12, 2011
Do you live near any Outlet Malls? William-Sonoma is a great souce at outlet stores for brand name cooking pans/tools. Did you check out All-Clad's website for auctions or outlets? Might be worth a try to email their customer service department, you never know.
melissav September 12, 2011
You can try http://www.klwholesale.com/about.html. They don't do electrics but I think they sell all the big name brand cookware. It has been a while since I ordered from them so I can't recall exactly. Goods are not damaged/defective but if my memory is accurate, there is a pretty good discount from retail.
boulangere September 11, 2011
Ross and TJ Maxx are actually my first stop on a good pan hunt. There's always EBay.
drbabs September 11, 2011
I answered your other question--is there a TJ Maxx where you live? Because I saw All-Clad and Le Creuset pieces there yesterday, about half price of retail.
cezinho September 11, 2011
thanks, drbabs. i checked all of these sites, too, and while they claim to have discounted cookware, the prices are comparable to retail. i heard some others discount 50-75%. any ideas?
drbabs September 11, 2011
OK, I googled "discounted all clad cookware" and got these:

From http://pittsburghhotplate.com/tag/discount-all-clad:
"From time to time there are sales on slightly damaged or irregular cookware. These sales are usually held once or twice a year. Please contact All-Clad for additional information regarding these sales at: 800-255-2523."

I hope this helps--happy shopping!
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