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Get Up To 30% Off Made In Kitchenware For Memorial Day

High-end cookware often comes at a high price, but you don’t have to be a professional chef to benefit from high-quality materials in your kitchen. Investing in sturdy cookware, bakeware, knives, and other kitchen essentials can help ensure your food cooks evenly and your produce lasts a long time. Many retailers have already started offering discounts on hundreds of products for Memorial Day, and our favorite consumer-facing cookware brand, Made In, has also decided to cut prices on select items, slashing some of its best sellers up to 30%. You can take advantage of this offer until May 31.

Made in 6-piece starter kit earned a spot on our best cookware sets you can buy. It’s a great option for anyone looking to expand or start a high-end cookware collection. It comes with a stainless steel nonstick skillet, frying pan, saucepan, and stock pot. And it’s down to just $477 right now. But if you want to totally overhaul your collection, you can upgrade to this awesome 13 piece stainless steel set. At 25% off, the price drops to $972, saving you $324 off the regular price, making this a bargain for those willing to splurge on a big set.

For pasta lovers, invest in the 8 Quart Stainless Steel Lined Stock Pot with a pasta insert can make it easier to prepare your favorite meals. You can even use it to steam your vegetables. It’s available for $223 right now, saving you $105 off its regular list price. And every cook can benefit from a reliable knife set. This 4 piece set includes a Chef’s Knife, Bread Knife, Paring Knife, and Nakiri Knife – and it’s currently over $100 off, meaning you’ll only pay $305 during this sale.

There are a ton of other markdowns, including this 4-piece set of wine glasses for $47 (save $32) or this 5.5 pints dutch oven for $212 (save $37), so be sure to shop the all sale selection at Made In to find the perfect pieces to add to your kitchen.


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