Le Creuset’s Massive End-of-Year Sale Includes Deep Discounts on Dutch Ovens, Skillets, and More Winter-Ready Cookware

published Dec 27, 2022
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At this point in the year, we’re sure the last thing you want to think about is more shopping. After all the early Black Friday deals, Cyber Week sales, and holiday gift gathering you went through these past three months, it’s totally understandable that you’d need to take a breather. But trust us, it’s not yet time to close all those shopping tabs. Now that Christmas has passed, many of our favorite brands and retailers have launched post-holiday sales with discounts that are, in some cases, as good as those you saw after Thanksgiving. You’ll definitely want to head to Le Creuset’s website during your final spree of the year. There, you’ll find some tried-and-true cookware pieces for way less than their original prices. We’ve rounded up our top picks below, so read on to see how much you can save on the iconic Dutch oven, the grill pan, and other awesome finds.

1 / 10
Le Creuset
was $175.00

If you've never cooked with a cast-iron skillet before, give this 9-inch pan a try. You'll surely be impressed with its nonstick, chip-resistant interior, heat distribution abilities, and versatility. After you're done flipping your pancakes or burger patties, simply place the skillet in the dishwasher and have it ready again for daily use in no time. Its black satin enamel will never wear off, so you don't have to bother with scrubbing at the sink.

2 / 10
Le Creuset
was $380.00

We won't make you wait until the end of the list to see the piece we know you've been waiting for. Yes, Le Creuset's one and only deep Dutch oven is nearly $200 off right now, and it's already sold out in two colors! You can still get it in nectar and olive, but you'll have to act fast. This piece is a must-have for easy family-sized meals, as it allows you to prepare any number of stews, roasts, and soups without the professional cooking expertise. It's no wonder we're all obsessed.

3 / 10
Le Creuset
was $132.00

Electric kettles are convenient to have on hand, but drinking tea should feel like the age-old ritual that it is. Make your daily habit feel more cozy and traditional with this quaint, enamel-on-steel kettle. Although it sports a vintage-looking exterior, this stovetop accessory is made from carbon steel that brings water to a boil in a flash. You also get two stoneware mugs with your purchase — a set fit for your own little tea party.

4 / 10
Le Creuset
was $75.00

These dishes are great to have on hand both for when you're baking from scratch or simply reheating leftovers that you'd prefer not to warm in the microwave. You get a dish large enough for family-sized meals, as well as a smaller one that's perfect for individual dinners when you don't feel like washing a huge pan afterward. The stoneware pieces are also coated in a nonstick glaze for fast cleanups.

5 / 10
Le Creuset
was $42.00

Low-quality sheet pans stain and warp over time, but you won't experience those problems with this Le Creuset alternative. Made from heavy-duty carbon steel and coated with PFOA-free silicone, it'll cook your meals evenly and then release them without a hitch. The pan also features wide rims and silicone side grips, so you'll be able to remove it from the oven safely and seamlessly.

6 / 10
Le Creuset
was $125.00

As we head into the new year, you might have a goal of preparing more home-cooked meals. If you're not sure where to start, investing in a good fry pan is a great first step because it allows you to prepare so many different things. This 9.5-inch version from Le Creuset is a splurge even when on sale, but it'll hold up wonderfully when you use it every day. You'll be able to make eggs, veggies, bacon, skillet pasta, and a whole host of other eats with this versatile nonstick pan.

7 / 10
Le Creuset
was $462.00

We're in the midst of soup season, and if you don't own something like this 7.5-quart pot for preparing your bisques and chowders, you're missing out. What's so great about this piece is its wide, rounded shape, which won't cause mishaps with a ladle the way a narrower rim would. Of course, you can prepare many other things besides soup within its walls, including stews, shellfish, and pastas. The limit does not exist.

8 / 10
Le Creuset
was $820.00

When you consider the original cost of a single Le Creuset Dutch oven, this multi-piece set is a steal for what you're getting. Namely, you'll receive the 5.5-quart round Dutch oven, signature skillet, and 1.75-quart signature saucepan, plus two lids. That's basically all you need for daily at-home cooking, and you won't have to scour the web in order to find matching colors. Simply choose your favorite shade — there are so many stunning options — and head to checkout.

9 / 10
Le Creuset
was $175.00

There's no need to wait for warmer temperatures to fire up the grill. With this square grilling pan, you'll have steak, seafood, burgers, and more sizzling on the stove in no time. The pan even has the classic repeating line pattern that'll mark your patties and make them look extra appetizing, plus you can also pop it in the oven later when reheating leftovers. After al fresco dining, it's the next best thing.

10 / 10
Le Creuset
was $272.00

Cast-iron cookware isn't all Le Creuset is good for. They also make these chef-grade, stainless-steel fry pans, which arrive in a set of two different sizes. Each one has a full aluminum core that allows the heat to extend from the base all the way up the rims, so no part of your food is left cold. And, just like every other piece in this lineup, these pans are ultra-durable and so easy to clean.