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All-Clad at Costco

rms9004 Oct 13, 2011 11:17 AM

I think I've seen All-Clad being sold at Costco in the past. Does this site beat their prices?

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  1. Chemicalkinetics RE: rms9004 Oct 13, 2011 11:22 AM

    "Does this site beat their prices?"

    No, because CHOWHOUND does not sell cookware, so CHOWHOUND cannot beat their prices.

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      rms9004 RE: rms9004 Oct 13, 2011 12:39 PM

      Sorry. Didn't add the URL for Cookware and More:

      These appear to be seconds...

      1. Candy RE: rms9004 Oct 13, 2011 02:44 PM

        If there is All clad at Costco it is going to be the same price as else where. But if it is discontinued items they may have gotten a buy, All Clad is changing their handle so that may be what you have seem. All Clad carefully monitors the price of their cookware and if a vendor is cutting the price they will not sell to them any more. They also play some games with pricing. For instance I got an order today and a number of pieces had an inflated price on them but were sold to sell at a lower price so a vendor might say "was X" "Now Y". It is not just All Clad, there are many other companies that do that. The only way a store can lower those prices that are set by the company is to be closing the brand out or they got a special buy, but with the special buy the price is still controlled.

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          wanker RE: rms9004 Oct 13, 2011 04:06 PM

          FWIW, Costco often carries "big name" brands such as All-Clad, LeCruset, KitchenAid etc. by selling special sizes or ""bundled sets" that the manufacturer does not normally sell to other retailers. Thus, it's often a judgment call to truly compare items.

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            subal RE: rms9004 Oct 13, 2011 09:34 PM

            I looked at this set yesterday at Yorba Linda, CA and the pots were not as thick/heavy as my All Clad induction pots!

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