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Le Creuset’s Winter Savings Event has been extended! Get up to 50% off

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There’s a reason Le Creuset is one of the top brands in cookware. Although expensive, its pieces are extremely durable, colorful and all-around top-notch. Right now, however, you can find tons of great Le Creuset deals during the brand’s Winter Savings Event online. Many of the deals even match those from Black Friday!

The Winter Savings Event kicked off in December, but the brand extended the sale and just added new items. You can shop it by heading to Le Creuset’s “specials” section online. There you can find everything from frying pans and Dutch ovens to dinner plates and cooking utensils — all marked down. 

Additionally, right now, you can get a free set of two soup bowls with a $250 purchase when you use code WINTERTIME at checkout, plus free shipping on all orders.

One current standout in the section is the brand’s Classic Oval Dutch Oven. The enameled cast-iron Dutch oven is oven-safe up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit. Its tight-fitting lid helps circulate steam and return moisture back to the food inside, and its side handles allow for easy lifting. You can use it for slow-cooking, braising, roasting, baking, frying and more, which is one of the reasons it’s worth the investment.

Plus, the piece is naturally nonstick and dishwasher-safe, so it’s easy to clean, requires no seasoning and comes with a lifetime warranty.

Right now, you can find Le Creuset’s Classic Oval Dutch Oven on sale for about 43% off. Take a look below and check out more of the top Le Creuset deals in the specials section before they run out.

1. Classic Oval 5-Quart Dutch Oven, $210 (Orig. $350)

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This 5-quart oval Dutch oven is an oval shape, so it’s great for cooking longer cuts of meat, like a whole chicken.

2. Square Grill, $100 (Orig. $155)

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Bring your grilling indoors with this cast-iron grill pan. Its high ridges allow excess fat and grease to drain — like a real grill. Not to mention, you can use it on the stove or in the oven and also use it to serve a meal on the table.

3. Signature 7-Quart Roaster, $177 (Orig. $295)

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This 7-quart roaster is perfect for cooking Christmas ham or future roast chickens. It’s big enough for seven to eight servings.

4. Classic Saucier, $144 (Orig. $240)

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Use this saucier with a lid to make a creamy risotto, sautéed vegetables, or yes, a sauce. It’s extremely lightweight and has an extra small handle on the side for easier lifting.

5. 7-Piece Nonstick Metal Bakeware Set, $150 (Orig. $243)

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Get a square cake pan, a large sheet pan, a cookie sheet, a loaf pan, a 12-cup muffin train, a rectangular cake pan and a springform pan in this nonstick set. It’s perfect for all of your holiday baking!

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