I am literally obsessed with Made In Cookware and if you haven’t heard of them yet, get ready to upgrade just about every piece of cookware (and more) in your kitchen. I’ll cover the brand, some of their top sellers, bundled deals, and their current coupon situation.
MY TAKE ON MADE IN COOKWARE
We all know that cookware can be expensive. Like, really expensive. We’ve covered our other favorite cookware brand, Le Creuset, in the past and I’d put Made In Cookware up against them any day of the week. Sure, Made In can be expensive too, but they’re a direct-to-consumer brand that’s been around since 2015 so they’re able to pass the savings onto their customers making their cooking essentials more affordable than ever before (even without a coupon, believe it or not).
The guys who started Made In basically have cookware in their blood. Their family has a 100 year history in the kitchenware industry and decided to great some of the highest quality cooking essentials right here in the United States and for up to half the price of some of their biggest competitors.
Not only am I obsessed with them, but they’ve actually even blown up on social media – which really is a feat because, let’s face it, it’s not like cookware is the sexiest of topics. On TikTok their videos have racked up more than 5 million video views! And they’ve been named as one of the top brands by the editors of Wired and the cooking editors at The Kitchn. So basically everyone is just as obsessed as I am, which is refreshing and makes me feel less like a crazy stalker.
Some of their most popular kitchen essentials include things like their:
- Non-Stick Frying Pans
- Cast Iron Dutch Oven
- Stainless Clad Sets
- Chef Knives & Complete Knife Sets
- Plates, Bowls, & Glassware
What started out as just cookware has successfully morphed into bakeware and tabletop essentials and accessories. Outside of being used by regular everyday non-chefs like me, they’re products are actually used by pros as well, including inside Michelin-starred restaurants, top rated hotels – you name it. There’s basically something for everyone, regardless of your skill level.
When it comes to pricing, since they’re DTC and sell only online they don’t have resellers, distributors, or retailers that they have to pay, making them forced to increase their prices. Instead, cutting out all those middlemen (and women), they can take that money and put it using better raw materials and the best manufacturers. They can even pass some of the savings on to us, the customers, which is always appreciated.
I highly recommend giving Made in Cookware a chance. Start off, at least, with their famous non-stick frying pan and then start to build out your dream kitchen from there!MADE IN SALES & PROMO CODE POLICY
You know I’m a sucker for a deal and even more so for a coupon or two that can help me take a little something extra off when I’m just about to checkout. I pride myself on being able to find some of the best codes online. But here’s the thing. Made In does accept promo codes right at checkout, but they don’t give them out often. And any that they do have will have to come directly from them. Don’t bother looking online for exclusives because they really don’t exist.
I was able to use their 10% coupon that they’re promoting direct on their site just by subscribing to their newsletter. What’s cool about that is that they’ll inbox you your own 10% discount code that you can either save or put towards your next/current purchase. You’ll also be in the loop with any new products they come out with, items that are back in stock, and even future sales events that they may be promoting. It’s like you’ll basically be an inside – and you never know when they’ll have an extra coupon code for you!
Since Made In is DTC they usually don’t have a ton of sales throughout the year, but one of the best that I’ve seen in the past is their Black Friday sale. What was amazing about that sale is that you could save up to an extra 25% off sitewide. While some items were marked off at a higher percentage everything was basically on sale. I’ll keep you posted on their next Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale and what some of their best deals are going to be. It’s definitely my favorite time of year!
Check out some of Made In Cookware best selling items, sales, and the deal with their coupons (so far) in May 2022.
So are you all in when it comes to Made In? If so, check out some of the other brands we’ve loving recently – many that are offering coupons and deals right now – like Tovala ($100 coupon), the Always Pan ($50 off), Away Travel (10% coupon), Nolah Mattresses ($300 coupon), Frontgate (extra 20% off), Solo Stove ($20 off), and even Oneida (10% coupon code). Each of these retailers and brands have some really unique offerings and most are currently have sales where you can even save up to an extra 20% off their original prices. Def worth checking them out!