Save Hundreds on All Clad at Williams Sonoma Right Now

Save $100 or more on everything from roasting pans to griddles to cookware sets.

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October 03, 2019

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We love the quality, durability and performance of American-made All-Clad cookware, but we know it can set you back a bit. That's why we hold out for major factory sales, and serious discounts at major retailers — like this one.

Right now, Williams Sonoma is slashing prices on dozens of All-Clad cookware items. From roasting pans to skillets, you can snag some seriously high-end items for more 50% off the usual price. (That translates to savings of $100 or more!) Here's what we're moving from wish list to cart ASAP.

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Williams Sonoma, $49.95 (reg. $150)

Upgrade your breakfast routine with this nonstick griddle from All-Clad. With more surface area than a round pan, this griddle is perfect for making pancakes for the whole family. We also love it for churning out quick quesadillas come dinnertime. And don't just take our word for it … reviewers say this is an "outstanding griddle" that's a useful tool for fast dinners and all things breakfast.

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Williams Sonoma, $149.95 (reg. $250)

For a nonstick option, this under-$150 set includes a frying pan and covered saute pan. This top-of-the-line cookware is dishwasher-safe, and has a PFOA-free nonstick coating that's perfect for healthy cooking.

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Williams Sonoma, $179.95 (reg. $350)

Whether you're searing a tuna steak or stirring up fluffy scrambled eggs, these stainless steel skillets have a large surface area and round sides for easy use. Plus, they're oven- and broiler-safe up to 600 degrees Fahrenheit (which is nearly 100 degrees higher than competitors), and both skillets are dishwasher-safe for easy cleanup.

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Williams Sonoma, from $159.95 (reg. from $245)

This comprehensive roasting pan set is perfect for turkey roasting pros and first-timers alike. High-sides reduce splattering, and the ergonomic handles make this roaster easy to lift. Reviewers rave about it, too. "Perfection! This is heavy, durable, and well made … this will last for years and years. Makes a succulent turkey or chicken and beautiful gravy."

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Williams Sonoma, $199.95 (reg. $360)

This elegant roaster is perfect for fancy holiday meals whether you're making an 18-pound turkey or a standing rib roast. The tight-fitting domed lid locks in moisture for juicy results, every time. One reviewer writes that they've used this roaster for "cooking the Thanksgiving turkey, and since then, some whole free-range chickens over veggies — the product performs in the high-quality All-Clad tradition."

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Williams Sonoma, $399.95 (reg. $650)

Ready to take your cookware collection to the next level? This stainless steel set has all the essentials you need for everyday cooking. You'll get a French skillet, a covered saute pan (which our test kitchen swears by) and a covered saucepan. Whether you're making a western omelet or simmering wild mushroom pasta sauce, you'll get even, delicious results every time.

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Williams Sonoma, $249.95 (reg. $455)

This pan is deeper than a frying pan, so you can use it for SO much: browning, searing, deglazing … the options are (almost) endless. The copper core design allows for fast, even heating; plus, a ring of copper on the exterior adds high-end style. One reviewer writes that this is "the perfect pan! The size, shape and even heating of this pan is incredible."

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Williams Sonoma, from $199.95 reg. from $260)

For a saucepan option, we love this 3-quart copper core one. Use it to make your favorite sauces, steam vegetables or cook rice. One five-star review says that this pan "works great for sauces. It's also a good size for cooking smaller amounts of food for my husband and I. Love this pan!"

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