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All Clad Factory Sale Summer 2013

Looking for information about the latest All-Clad factory sale? Here are my All-Clad posts.

All-Clad Factory Sale: Summer 2013
*The dates for this summer’s All-Clad factory sale have been announced, so I’m posting a heads-up for my readers…

All-Clad’s factory is located in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. Twice a year, on the first weekend in June and December, All-Clad holds a factory seconds sale at the Washington County Fair and Expo Center.

Here’s the announcement from All-Clad’s Facebook page:

Put the All-Clad Factory Outlet Sale on your calendar now! Cookware, bakeware, electrics & gourmet accessories will be offered at exclusive prices for 2 days only.

Select All-Clad Metalcrafters, Krups USA & Rowenta products will be included, with up to 70% off factory seconds!

All-Clad Factory in Washington County Fairgrounds, Washington PA.
Friday, May 31st from 9am-7pm
Saturday, June 1st from 9am-4pm


Washington County Fair and Expo Center:
2151 North Main Street
Washington, PA 15301
Phone: 724-225-7718
Website: WashingtonFair.org

This is about a two hour drive from the Akron area. You get prices from 40% to 70% off on factory seconds. In most cases, the damage is cosmetic; a little scratching on the stainless, or a lid handle that’s a bit offset from center.

Most of All Clad’s cookware is available  but not their entire line. Some favorites (like the 12″ stainless fry pan and its lid) are hard to find. Overall, though, it’s an amazing value. Make sure to arrive early – there is always a long line to get into the sale, and I’ve had up to an hour wait.

(I’ve heard from readers that the lines are much shorter later in the day – they’ve been able to walk right into the sale in the afternoon.)


Q: What forms of payment do they take?
A: I’ve used Visa and MasterCard, and I know they take cash and checks. Not sure about other credit cards.

Q: Does it matter which day I go? Is stuff only available on Friday?
A: I’ve been there both Friday and Saturday morning, and have never been disappointed. They re-stock throughout the day; I’ve seen pallets of their special deals coming in during the sale. They seem to have a large stock of their best deals.

That said, certain items (12 inch lids, their pasta multi-pot) disappeared quickly when I was there, so I think some of the items are first come, first serve. My advice? If there is a specific item you want badly, and you can make it early on Friday, do it. (Be prepared to stand in line.) If you can’t make it early in the day, don’t let that stop you – the sale is still worth the trip. You’ll still get good deals and selection.

*I will not be there this time around. I don’t need any new cookware right now. If anything, I need to hold a garage sale and unload some of what I’ve accumulated…

Related Posts:
Things I Love: All-Clad Stainless Cookware
Review: All-Clad Stainless Cookware with d5 Technology

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Hi! I’m Mike Vrobel. I’m a dad and an enthusiastic home cook; an indie cookbook author and food blogger with a day job, a patient spouse, and three kids who would rather have hamburgers for dinner.


  1. Toronto All-Clad Fan says

    Went last year for the first time after learning about it from DadCooksDinner. Amazing! They brought out a $25 pallet! I got a 10″ and a 8″ d5 for $25 each, not to mention $700 worth of everything else!

    Going back this year.
    I hope they issue the Winter 2013 sale dates soon!

  2. All-glad says

    Hi, I have been looking for All-clad 3 quarts Saucier pan, but the old style – by old style I mean the edge is not turned outwards like the newer d5 so can you give me any idea where I can find it…I do not mind buying a used one also.
    Thanks : )

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