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All-Clad Factory Sale: Winter 2010

All-Clad Factory Sale: Winter 2010
The dates for this winter’s All-Clad factory sale have been announced, so I’m posting my usual heads-up to 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.

The 2010 winter sale is Friday, December 3rd and Saturday December 4th. Friday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Here’s the link to the location of the sale: Washington County Fair and Expo Center.

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 just cosmetic; a little scratching on the stainless, or a lid handle that’s a bit offset from center.

They have most of their line of cookware available, but not all, and some favorites (like the 12″ stainless fry pan, and its lid) are hard to find. Overall, though, it’s an amazing value. Make sure you get there early – there can be up to an hour wait to get into the sale.

I’ll be the person clutching a large flared roasting pan to my chest, while whispering “my precious”

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. Anonymous says

    Hello. This is Fujo again. I went to the June sale. If I may give an observation: I live near Leesburg and found that a week or two after the “Seconds Sale”, the WS outlet had All Clad (some stamped with ‘s’, some not) for 40 – 50% off. Now, I don’t know if they will be willing to discount that much because of Christmas but I thought I would let people who live near a WS outlet know that if they can’t make the winter sale, you may be in luck. BTW – the WS outlet is where I found my roaster w/ thermometer and tray for $120 — the large one. Good luck and happy holidays.

  2. @Anonymous:

    Payments: I usually use a credit card; pretty sure they take cash, Visa, MC. Not sure about any others.

    How early: There is usually a one hour wait to get in, sometimes more. I try to get there as early as I can, but I’ve never made it earlier than 9:30 due to various wrong turns and construction hiccups.

    For a little more detail, see my “things I love: All Clad” post – I think I talked about this kind of thing in there.

  3. Anonymous says

    I’ve not been to the sale before, so I’m not sure what to expect… do you know what methods of payment they accept? How early would you recommend arriving?

  4. I love that roasting pan more you know. I am pretty sure I hugged mine in July like it was a long lost love, and I barely drew notice from the hordes.

    Good luck in your quest.

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