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Low Price for Staub

jayt90 Feb 16, 2007 03:05 PM

I noticed a very attractive price for a small Staub set at Costco in Scarborough.
The box contains a 2.5 l. casserole, and a 5.9l. casserole. Both are red, and have the inverted lids for self-basting. The price is $130. My local Costco (Ajax) has never had Staub, but this one does.

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    faijay Feb 18, 2007 02:04 AM

    They also have them at the Costco on Wilson and Dufferin--Billy Bishop Road. It is a great deal.

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      FlavoursGal Feb 18, 2007 09:01 AM

      I bought mine at that location a couple of years ago. I love the larger cocotte, but have yet to to use the small one.

    2. mcel215 Feb 18, 2007 03:02 AM

      I love my 5 qt Staub, and use it for almost everything.

      They have great deals on QVC also, but since mine was a gift I can quote exact amounts.

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        jayt90 Feb 18, 2007 04:00 PM

        What is QVC?

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          mary sand Feb 20, 2007 10:19 AM

          QVC is equivalent to the Shopping Channel. www.qvc.com
          I think they're based in the US, but they deliver to Canada. I just ordered a 5 qt french/dutch oven from them and including tax/shipping it was $80. So that Costco deal sounds amazing!

      2. Kagemusha Feb 18, 2007 04:01 AM

        Wow! Haven't seen them at my N. Mississauga Costco--any sightings in Brampton or the almost-Oakville warehouse on Dundas W?

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          tinybites Feb 18, 2007 07:24 PM

          This is also available at the Costco in Etobicoke (on the Queensway). If I hadn't indulged in a similar Le Creuset set they had a few years back, I would definitely be all over this - great deal!

          1. Kagemusha Feb 19, 2007 04:39 AM

            Thanks, tinybites.

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