Here’s Your Chance to Score Le Creuset at 70% Off
The sale will feature rare kitchenware products and other essentials for major discounts—but there's a catch.
Published Oct 19, 2017 2:45 PM
Attention all dedicated cooks and amateur chefs: The premium French cookware brand Le Creuset is about to make all your kitchen dreams come true. In light of the success of their most recent September sale in Nashville, Tennessee, the kitchenware company is hosting another factory-to-table sale—this time in Charleston, South Carolina. The sale will run from November 9 to 12, 2017, and it is sure to be epic.
To score the brand’s major discounts (up to 70 percent off!), you will have to reserve your spot to be a part of the long-weekend celebration and make the trek to the always-trendy southern city. But trust us, you won’t regret hitting the road.
Famed for their colorful collections,le creuset
s range of playful hues adds a vibrant punch to a simple kitchen. Currently, we’re falling hard for their millennial pink-inspired line: an on-trend collection that will instantly elevate your cooking space this fall. While the November sale will showcase all of the brand’s kitchenware categories—from cast iron to stoneware to wine accessories—it will also feature rare products that aren’t typically sold in the U.S.
In order to keep the shopping chaos to a minimum, customers will have to purchase a ticket ahead of time to reserve their two-hour time slot. An early shopping session (for avid cooks and Le Creuset fanatics, we assume) will take place on Thursday, November 9, from 4 to 9 pm, and those VIP tickets will go for $25.
But, if you’re simply interested in attending the regular sale on Friday and Saturday, you’ll only have to drop $10 to get in on the action. There’s no entry charge on Sunday, but we’d still recommend going earlier while the picking’s still good.
While the sale’s unheard of discounts are enough to feel good about, charitable shoppers will be excited to learn that the proceeds from their fourth annual factory-to-table sale will benefit scholarships for culinary students at Trident Technical College and The Green Heart Project, which works to support school garden programs.
Source: House Beautiful