Le Creuset’s Weekend-Long Factory Sale in May Will Have Rare Colors Available

published Mar 9, 2019
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When buying all of the pots and pans for your kitchen when you moved into your first place (or even second, third, or fourth), did you happen to look at Le Creuset? Everyone swears by their dutch ovens, so it is understandable to want to buy one for yourself. But, they do not run cheap!

As you may know, Le Creuset Dutch ovens start out around $150, but those are the smaller models. Bigger versions can cost as much as $425. Many of the products have four to five stars on Le Creuset’s website and people swear by them. But obviously, not everyone can afford a product that expensive. That is why people often put one on their wedding registry in case they have a relative or friend who is looking to spend a little extra on the newlyweds.

If you aren’t able to get a Le Creuset at full price, there is still hope. The company hosts a Factory to Table sale every year. Previously, the warehouse sale has taken place in Denver, Nashville, and Charlotte. This year, it will take place in Los Angeles during the first weekend of May. This marks the first time the factory sale has even taken place on the West Coast. According to Delish, there will be rare colors and shapes available for low prices.

The company shared the exciting news in a press release. The press release said:

Le Creuset, the maker of the world’s most trusted and treasured premium cookware, is proud to announce the Factory to Table sales event. The event will feature special discounts on a large selection of Le Creuset products from around the world, including colors and shapes are rarely seen in the American marketplace. All categories will be represented including cast iron, stoneware, enamel on steel, stainless steel, tools, and accessories.

People can buy shopping session tickets for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday for $15 each. Le Creuset suggests reserving a time slot as the best way to secure your space for the shopping extravaganza. During the warehouse sale, there will be special offers, daily deals, incredible prices, drawings, and more. On Thursday, people can purchase a $40 ticket to attend a VIP shopping event, where they can buy a mystery box for only $50.

The Le Creuset Factory to Table will take place at Barker Hangar which is located at 3021 Airport Avenue in Santa Monica. The sale runs from May 2 to May 5.