Best Le Creuset deals June 2024: up to 70% off stoneware and cast iron

Taste the luxury Le Creuset lifestyle without having to spend pay the premium price tag with these Le Creuset deals

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Luxuries don't come cheap, so if you can bag one of these Le Creuset deals, you'll be stirring your next casserole with a pinch of smugness thrown in. Right now, there's up to 70% off Le Creuset's signature dishes, pots, and pans, so if you shop smartly, you can enjoy a premium-feeling kitchen without the hefty price tag.

Le Creuset's famously luxurious cast iron, stoneware, and enamelware have been gracing our kitchens for almost a century. They're all available in a range of styles, and colours, and, even better, everything comes with a lifetime guarantee. 

So, you can see why I'm a firm believer that every kitchen deserves a touch of Le Creuset. Just one item can elevate your kitchen, whether that's some salt and pepper grinders here, a lasagne dish there, or an induction pan on the hob. However, as you might expect, with Le Creuset's top-quality credentials, there comes a hefty price tag.

I've scoured the Le Creuset sales, looking for places where you can pick up some of the brand's most heirloom-worthy dishes, signature cast iron pans, and chic stainless steel for up to 70% off.

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Today's best Le Creuset deals

I've been through all the Le Creuset sales, looking for the biggest discounts and the best deals across John Lewis, Amazon, Potters Cookshop, and the Le Creuset site itself. These are the best Le Creuset deals on offer right now.

Signature Enamelled Cast Iron Shallow Casserole Dish 30cm: was £285now £213.75 at Amazon (save £71.25)

Signature Enamelled Cast Iron Shallow Casserole Dish 30cm: was £285, now £213.75 at Amazon (save £71.25)

Bake all your favourite casseroles and chicken recipes this in this gorgeous mustard yellow Le Creuset dish. This shallow casserole dish is on offer for 25% off, and it's no telling how long this deal will last. Grab it while you can!

Signature Stainless Steel 5-Piece Cookware Set:was £629now £399 at eCookshop (save £230)

Signature Stainless Steel 5-Piece Cookware Set: was £629, now £399 at eCookshop (save £230)

There's no need to mix and match cookware when you can have a complete Le Creuset stainless steel pan set for £230 off. This five-piece set includes three different-sized deep casserole dishes, a shallow one, and an open saucepan, all for £399.

3-Ply Stainless Steel 20cm Non-Stick Frying Pan: was £115,now£71.10 at Nordic Nest (save £43.90)

3-Ply Stainless Steel 20cm Non-Stick Frying Pan: was £115, now £71.10 at Nordic Nest (save £43.90)

There's a £47 saving on this high-quality, non-stick frying pan. The pan will last you for years without needing to use much oil, and the brand's 3-ply technology means that heat will spread across the whole base, for even distribution and easier cooking.

26cm Signature Enamelled Cast Iron Casserole Dish with Lidwas £279now £266.48 at Amazon (save £12.52)

26cm Signature Enamelled Cast Iron Casserole Dish with Lid: was £279, now £266.48 at Amazon (save £12.52)

If you want an enamelled cast iron casserole dish a bit bigger than the 24cm we listed, this gorgeous red Le Creuset is currently on offer for £12 off. It's not a huge saving, but even a small discount is worthwhile with these high ticket items.

Cast Iron Rectangular Grill in satin black: was £149now £89 at eCookshop (save £60)

Cast Iron Rectangular Grill in satin black: was £149, now £89 at eCookshop (save £60)

As we get into the griddle and barbecue season, you'll want one of these in your repertoire. Perfect for achieving chargrilled vegetables, halloumi, and steaks, it'll serve all your summer cooking whilst saving you £60 too.

3-Ply Stainless Steel 3-Piece Cookware Set:was £499now £299 at Amazon (save £200)

3-Ply Stainless Steel 3-Piece Cookware Set: was £499, now £299 at Amazon (save £200)

Snag this three-piece Le Creuset stainless steel set for 40% off. This brilliant deal includes the brand's 24cm non-stick frying pan, a stewing pan, and a professional pot, all at a discounted price of £200.

Three Piece Set in cerise: was £278now £149 at eCookshop (save £129)

Three Piece Set in cerise: was £278, now £149 at eCookshop (save £129)

If you're setting up your kitchen, this trio is the perfect starter kit. The cast iron Sautese covers simmering, one-pot-meals, and the stoneware dish is perfect for your bakes too. Le Creuset throw in a silicone heat mat too, all for a tidy discount.

Salt and Pepper Mills in white: was £38now £22.50 at eCookshop (save £15.50)

Salt and Pepper Mills in white: was £38, now £22.50 at eCookshop (save £15.50)

Never underestimate the power of salt and pepper mills for elevating your kitchen experience. You'll reach for them daily and they have the power to make a true style statement. With 41% off, there's nothing to wait for.

You have to buy the salt and pepper mills separately, but the discount applies to both.

Stoneware Terrine with Press and Thermometer: was £83, now £41 at Le Creuset (save £43)

Stoneware Terrine with Press and Thermometer: was £83, now £41 at Le Creuset (save £43)

This dish is perfect for baking breads and cakes and will make a beautiful meatloaf. This terrine includes a thermometer to help you gauge the temperature of your recipes.

Signature Stainless Steel Frypans: was £324,now £199 at eCookshop (save £125)

Signature Stainless Steel Frypans: was £324, now £199 at eCookshop (save £125)

If you're always cooking and need capacity, this set of two frying pans is perfect. The two measure 20 and 36 cm with a useful non-stick lining. They're durable, lightweight, and a steal when you knock £125 off the price.

Signature Enamelled Cast Iron Deep Skillet with Helping Handle: was £179now £125 at Amazon (save £54)

Signature Enamelled Cast Iron Deep Skillet with Helping Handle: was £179, now £125 at Amazon (save £54)

Everyone needs a cast iron skillet in their kitchen, and what better one to have than one from Le Creuset? This enamelled deep skillet is suitable for ovens, grills, BBQs, and all hob types. Add this gorgeous teal blue Le Creuset while it's still on sale for £54 off.

Heritage Rectangular Dish Set: was £124 now £87 at eCookshop (save £37)

Heritage Rectangular Dish Set: was £124 now £87 at eCookshop (save £37)

This set of three stoneware oven dishes is perfect for keen cooks who need versatility. They're perfect for salads, traybakes, lasagnes, crumbles and more. With three dishes at your fingertips, you can do all your baking at the same time.

20cm Signature Enamelled Cast Iron Round Casserole Dish With Lid in Cayenne: was £224.95,now£144.95 at Potters Cookshop (save £80)

20cm Signature Enamelled Cast Iron Round Casserole Dish With Lid in Cayenne: was £224.95, now £144.95 at Potters Cookshop (save £80)

Cayenne is a classic Le Creuset colour with a slightly warmer hue than the popular Cerise shade. Used in the oven or on any hob, the cast iron dish has a toughened enamelled interior for easy cleaning, but it can also go in the dishwasher. This 35% saving is for a limited time only, so don't wait around.

When will Le Creuset next be on offer?

The biggest sales of the year are always Amazon Prime Day, Black Friday, and Boxing Day. They might seem like a long way off, but July's Prime Day will come around with some impressive Le Creuset deals before you know it. However, if you want to use your Le Creuset for some special summer dishes, you have alternative options.

There's always a sale as well as a clearance on Le Creuset's own site, so if you're happy to compromise a little on dimensions or colours, you should be able to pick up what you're after. If not, there will be seasonal sales at John Lewis, Amazon and Wayfair, where you'll see some serious Le Creuset discounts available. I'll keep you up to date on all of them right here.

What time of year does Le Creuset go on offer?

Le Creuset deals tend to float around during different times of the year. For example, the brand often run out-of-season clearance sales, selling their last season items at a discount to make way for new collections.

Often, Le Creuset items will also be discounted during major shopping sale periods, such as Black Friday and Cyber Monday. You'll likely also find discounts at the end of the summer, in January (post-Christmas), and during Amazon Prime Day.

But it's likely that you'll see some of the biggest and widest-ranging discounts during the Cyber Weekend; from Black Friday until Cyber Monday. This is because a wide range of retailers that stock Le Creuset, such as Amazon and Wayfair, all take part in this shopping event too – so you'll have your pick of products to buy at a bargain price. And based on our experience, Cyber Weekend is when Le Creuset items get some of their largest price cuts, too.

Does Le Creuset go on sale for Prime Day?

The Le Creuset deals on last year's Prime Day are the secret behind my Le Creuset ramekin and pot set. I saved a whopping 70% (they're still reduced by 50% in the Le Creuset Clearance Sale) on their small dishes and you can bet I bought my fair share of them.

This July, we're expecting more Le Creuset deals in Amazon's Prime Day sales. If I had to take a guess based on last year, I'd expect at least 30% off some of the brand's most iconic dishes and stoneware. Remember though, it's member's only.

Will there be a Le Creuset Black Friday sale?

If last year is anything to go by, Le Creuset will have a wonderful Black Friday sale. Last year, the Le Creuset Gourmand cast iron fondue set saw a £47 reduction, going from £235 to £188 last year. The brand's Tagine with Cast Iron Base and Stoneware Funnel Lid also went from £249 to £174.10; a saving of £74.90.

We saw hundreds of pounds worth of discounts across the site and all of the brand's best sellers, so if you can wait until 29th November, you're guaranteed a saving. 

Even if Le Creuset don't have a sale, John Lewis, Amazon and Wayfair will run Le Creuset deals and discounts all the way through to Cyber Monday, so you'll be able to bag a big discount whatever happens.

Where is the best place to get a Le Creuset casserole dish for cheap?

The Le Creuset casserole dish (or dutch ovens, as they are called in the US) is a cookware icon thanks to its long-wearing, keep-forever cast iron construction, and wide range of vibrant colours. Suitable for stews, roasts, soups, casseroles and baking, this one-stop cooking wonder retains heat for even cooking and browning and keeps meals warmer at the table for longer. 

The only downside to Le Creuset's casserole dishes is their higher price point, with the smallest size usually retailing from around £195, which is why the Le Creuset Black Friday deals are so great.

The least expensive Le Creuset casserole dishes to buy during the Cyber Weekend sale are normally on the Le Creuset website itself – for the last three years, we've seen discounts of up to 40% offered on the official website. However, sites like QVC, John Lewis and Harts of Stur have been known to offer even lower prices with discounts of up to 50% off on occasion - so it's worth checking the prices on these sites if you're looking to buy a Le Creuset casserole dish for cheap. 

Why is Le Creuset usually so expensive?

Le Creuset cookware is extremely popular, but it is unfortunately very pricey. That is why, when their products are massively reduced during Black Friday, you should definitely snap them up – especially if you've had your eye on something specific, such as one of their best cast-iron skillets for a while.

But why are they so expensive? As a premium cookware brand, Le Creuset charges premium prices for the products, and for good reason. They are truly built to last, meaning you get what you pay for. Most of the brand's cast iron, 3-ply stainless steel, toughened nonstick and bakeware products come with Le Creuset's lifetime policy. So if they ever break or become faulty, the brand will repair or replace your item, no matter how long you've owned it. In the case of Le Creuset stoneware products, the brand also offers a 10-year guarantee.

Is Le Creuset worth it?

Many of Le Creuset's products are made to be passed down through generations – you might even own a Le Creuset given to you by a much-loved family member. In short, they are usually a worthwhile investment, that will likely last you far longer than other cheaper cookware can.

Investing in high-quality cookware means it will endure for years to come, and will reduce any need for re-buying items after a short time. It may be more expensive initially, but a sturdy stoneware dish or pot like the ones offered by Le Creuset should last for years (if not decades), without breaking or chipping. Plus, there's no denying they look chic, and are utterly timeless.

And while we all know that Le Creuset products make for great Christmas gifts for mom or Christmas gifts for your mother-in-law, for example, it's also worthwhile considering investing in one for yourself – especially if you enjoy cooking and often work between the stovetop and the oven (most of Le Creuset's cookware can transfer between both).

Plus, as an added bonus, Le Creuset pots and dishes can often become collector's items, especially if they are particularly hard to find like the Le Creuset Harry Potter collection. So your item could actually increase in value - though we make no promises on this. 

Is it worth shopping for Le Creuset at Bicester Village?

Bicester Village is one of the best-known luxury outlet shopping destinations in the UK, so if you can go, I would recommend it. The Le Creuset shop there is relatively new, so I took a look around when I was in just a month ago.

There are some good disocunts on offer. However, most of the stock is pretty timeless and doesn't change from season to season, so there's a lot that's full priced. I'd recommend going in with good knowlege of what you want and don't buy it if it's full price. You'll be able to find a saving online. 

Before you head to Bicester, make sure to sign up as a member. It's totally free and you get some exclusive discounts offered to you in plenty of the shops. This isn't sponsored, it's just insider knowledge.

How do I find the best Le Creuset deals?

If you're looking for the best Le Creuset deals and sales, there are certain things to keep in mind. When you shop for deals will be the most important factor, as prices will be slashed considerably during sales events such as Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Amazon Prime Day, Wayfair's Way Day Sale, and more. These will always be the best times to shop Le Creuset, as the brand rarely offers these discounts at other times of the year. Plus, there are often discounts to be found, as well as early access to sales, when you sign up to newsletters from retailers such as Le Creuset and Wayfair.

Another thing to keep in mind is to do your research: some retailers might increase the 'before' price (the RRP) on their site, to suggest that the saving they're offering is larger than it actually is. Always check the actual RRP of a product on the Le Creuset site before buying from another retailer.

Finally, one of the best reasons to invest in a Le Creuset product is the lifetime warranty that the brand offers; it's well-known that Le Creuset items are built to last, and the lifetime guarantee cements this. While most retailers offering Le Creuset deals and sales will feature the same promise, it's always worth making sure this is explicitly detailed.

What are cheaper alternatives to Le Creuset?

If you can't find what you're looking for in the sale right now, you have two options. One, you can play the long game. Check eBay, Amazon, Le Creuset, and other retailers relentlessly until the dish, pan, or jug that want comes into the sale. You'll have to practice patience, but you'll be able to get your hands on the real thing. There's something nice about being in the Le Creuset club.

The second option is that you go for a Le Creuset alternative. Whilst you don't get the brand name and prestige, you can get equal amounts of quality and style from brands such as Our Place and Staub. Sometimes, their products are even better too. 

Here are a few of our favourite Le Creuset alternatives right now:

Our Place Always Pan | £130 at Selfridges

Our Place Always Pan | £130 at Selfridges

Even at full price the iconic Always Pan is cheaper than Le Creuset. Whether it's as good or better is a divisive topic, but our experts love it nonetheless.

You can read more in our full Always Pan review

John Lewis Casserole Dish | £55-75 at John Lewis

John Lewis Casserole Dish | £55-75 at John Lewis

You can pick up some durable, beautiful cast iron from John Lewis and this beautiful blue casserole dish is the perfect example of their selection. You can pick up a smaller one for as cheap as £44 for a limited time, which is a steal.

ProCook Casserole Dish | £59 at ProCook

ProCook Casserole Dish | £59 at ProCook

These pots and pans are popular with our experts. They've got the weight and durability of Le Creuset with some versatile colour options. This shallow dish is great for slow simmering too.

Habitat Cast Iron Casserole Dish | £35 at Habitat

Habitat Cast Iron Casserole Dish | £35 at Habitat

This is another great Le Creuset lookalike. It is the second best seller in their cookware line and has five-star reviews across the board on the Habitat site. Plus, you'll get Nectar points with your purchase. It's a double saving.

If you're looking for the best Le Creuset deals and sales, there are certain things to keep in mind. When you shop for deals will be the most important factor, as prices will be slashed considerably during sales events such as Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Amazon Prime Day, Wayfair's Way Day Sale, and more. These will always be the best times to shop Le Creuset, as the brand rarely offers these discounts at other times of the year. Plus, there are often discounts to be found, as well as early access to sales, when you sign up to newsletters from retailers such as Le Creuset and Wayfair.

Another thing to keep in mind is to do your research: some retailers might increase the 'before' price (the RRP) on their site, to suggest that the saving they're offering is larger than it actually is. Always check the actual RRP of a product on the Le Creuset site before buying from another retailer.

Finally, one of the best reasons to invest in a Le Creuset product is the lifetime warranty that the brand offers; it's well-known that Le Creuset items are built to last, and the lifetime guarantee cements this. While most retailers offering Le Creuset deals and sales will feature the same promise, it's always worth making sure this is explicitly detailed.

Laura Honey
Contributing Ecommerce Writer

Laura is a self-confessed, floral-obsessed, fragrance aficionado. She started out her career working for the luxury British perfume brand, Penhaligon's. Whilst working for the iconic brand, Laura qualified as a Master Perfumer and has now set up her own perfume studio. You'll often find her experimenting with her own perfumes, even though she still owns (and buys) more fragrances than she will ever admit to.Alongside her passion for perfume, Laura graduated with an English degree from Oxford University. Whilst there, she belonged to a number of women's groups, so was eager to move into women's writing. Her first job was with the female-owned fashion brand, The White Company. Here, Laura was their only Fashion Writer, so she helped to plan, write and promote the company's quality, luxury, and timeless clothing, season after season. In her evenings, she worked on a women's health start-up, which is coming to the market soon, offering supplements for women's health. Laura is also the eCommerce editor at one of Future's other magazines, Homes & Gardens where she specialises in covering all their coffee and product content, looking for pieces that are tailored for timelessness. The secret to her heart is both simplicity and quality.

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