It’s the first time the event has been held in the city.

By Bridget Hallinan
Updated January 09, 2020
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If you’re in need of new cookware, Le Creuset’s Factory to Table sales are the place to be. The events, which have popped up in cities ranging from Atlanta to Nashville, are essentially multi-day shopping marathons offering steep discounts on Dutch ovens, griddles, and more of the brand’s signature enameled cast iron products. This year, Le Creuset is kicking off the season by coming to Dallas for the first time ever, from February 27 through March 1—and tickets are available now.

Here’s how it works: the sale, taking place at the Dallas Market Hall, starts on Thursday, February 27, with three windows of VIP shopping—12:30-3:00 pm, 3:30-6:00 pm, and 6:30-9:00 pm. Tickets are $30 each, and in addition to shopping, the event will also have “early sale access, mystery boxes, light bites, music, and more.” The remaining three days comprise of two-hour general admission shopping sessions, and tickets will set you back $10. (Online pre-registration is required for both tickets.) Ticket proceeds from Factory-to-Table sales this year will be donated to Meals on Wheels America.

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As for what's on sale? Per a Le Creuset representative, you can expect the following products: rectangular skinny griddles, two-quart balti dishes, oval Dutch ovens, five-quart woks, 2.25-quart braisers, the 90th anniversary oven—a limited-edition piece that replicates the first cocotte Le Creuset ever produced—and finally, covered round casseroles. There will also be limited-edition colors, as well as “rare shapes and styles not typically found in the U.S.”

Discounts will be 40 to 70 percent off everyday retail prices, so if you haven’t bought a Dutch oven yet (or two), now’s the time to do so. As an added bonus, if you’re a member of the hospitality industry—chef, restaurateur, etc.—you’ll get an extra 10 percent off your purchase on top of existing discounts. All you need to do is show proof of ID and register online.

If you don’t have plans to go to Dallas next month, don't worry—you can still get deals on Le Creuset products. Here are some great sales on the website right now:

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Rectangular Skinny Griddle, $100 (was $160) at lecreuset.com

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Stew Pot, $150 (was $250) at lecreuset.com

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2 1/4 Qt. Signature Saucepan, $120 (was $220) at lecreuset.com

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Oval Dutch Oven with Grill Pan Lid, $240 (was $400) at lecreuset.com

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6-Piece Coffee Set, $190 (was $238) at lecreuset.com