The best time of year to make and eat casseroles, baked goods, mac and cheese, and more is just around the corner. Get ready now by stocking up on top-notch Le Creuset bakeware from Williams Sonoma for as low as $16, for a limited time only.

By Lauren Phillips
Updated October 18, 2018
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Williams Sonoma Le Creuset Sale October 2018 Rectangular Casserole

Le Creuset bakeware, casserole dishes, and platters are some of the best on the market, and Williams Sonoma is temporarily offering several pieces of the colorful, durable stoneware kitchen gear for less than $100.

Williams Sonoma always has a Le Creuset for Under $100 section online, where savvy shoppers can find top-notch cookware—such as the 8-Qt. Le Creuset Enameled-Steel Stock Pot (on sale for$80, normally $145)—at a steep discount. For a limited time only, though, Williams Sonoma has added more items to the section with special savings opportunities.

Le Creuset products such as the Heritage Stoneware Oval Covered Casserole, which typically costs $145, are available for $80—that’s practically 45 percent off. Other Le Creuset cookware that typically costs as much as $145, including the Classic Tea Kettle and the Heritage Stoneware Rectangular Covered Casserole, are also on sale for a limited time for less than $100.

In another corner of the Williams Sonoma site, Le Creuset Favorites are on sale for as much as 55 percent off. The Signature Cast-Iron 3 ½-Qt. Essential Oven, for example, is available for as little as $150; the standard price is $285. The Heritage Stoneware Deep Covered Baker, which could come in handy during holiday dinner cooking sessions, costs only $80 for a limited time. (It usually costs $150.) While these prices aren’t quite as good as the under-$100 ones, they are still great discounts, if you’re willing (and able) to spend a little more money on high-quality stoneware.

If you’re planning to do as much baking, cooking, and tea drinking this fall and winter as possible, you’re going to want cooking gear that will outlast the season, no matter what baking experiments you put it through—and now is the time to stock up on some of the best.