Le Creuset’s First-Ever Factory-to-Table Online Flash Sale Is Happening Right Now
It'll only continue while supplies last!
Amid social distancing and supporting our neighbors and local businesses as best we can, everyone is likely doing a lot more cooking at home during quarantine. If you’re in need of some quality tools to last you far beyond this period in time, you’re in luck. As it happens, Le Creuset’s inaugural digital flash sale is everything we could’ve hoped for and more.
Usually the brand would hold the Factory-to-Table sale in person, in various cities across the country including Dallas, Charleston, or Charlotte. Instead, the flash sale is taking place at lecreuset.com starting today and while supplies last. Shoppers can get up to 50% off everything from Dutch ovens to coffee sets and casserole dishes. The sale is open to everyone and no registration is required.
The brand notes that the products offered go beyond the usual items at the in-person sales. We are expecting “exclusive discounts on unique and limited-quantity products,” including cast iron pieces and things usually reserved for the Le Creuset vault. Be wary that items are subject to price changes and inventory updates, and all purchases are final sale.
Below are some excellent picks we found, and there is still plenty left on day two of the sale (though certain colors and styles are selling fast). Be sure to see the full collection ASAP to scoop up awesome cookware and bakeware to cook your way through quarantine.
1-Quart Round Oven in Sky Blue, $93 (was $155) at lecreuset.com
8-Quart Oval Dutch Oven in Soleil, $252 (was $420) at lecreuset.com
Cream and Sugar Set in Truffle (and Soleil), $31 (was $65) at lecreuset.com
Square Skillet in Turquoise, $111 (was $185) at lecreuset.com
Chef's Oven and Trivet set, $180 (was $300) at lecreuset.com
Mini Cocotte Fondue Set, $20 (was $40) at lecreuset.com
Reservoir Grill in Navy, $90 (originally $150) at lecreuset.com
Tart Dish in Turquoise, $25 (was $50) at lecreuest.com