Staub sale: top deals on the best-selling cast iron cookware

If you're looking to invest in your cooking with Staub, we've spotted some great savings on the popular French-made cookware

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On the lookout for a Staub sale? We don't blame you for wanting to save on Staub's classic cocottes or cast iron grill pans. While there's no denying the beauty and performance of cast iron cookware, it tends to be quite pricey. 

 Since its introduction in 1974,  Staub is among one of the most recognizable makers of cast iron dutch ovens and cookware, making it a sought-after investment piece from casual cooks to home chefs (and even pros, too!). Staub cookware is valued for its heat retention, durability, and ability to make meals come out just right. Plus, they get better with each use. 

There is a certain art to each French-made vessel that makes Staub's handcrafted enameled cast iron and stoneware heirloom quality. Each pot is cast in an individual sand mold, which is heated to 800°F and destroyed after use. The exterior enamel coating is made with glass powder and mineral pigments and applied in two or three coats to generate the glossy colors that make them collector's items. 

When cooking, the magic to moisture control and retention is in the specially-contoured lid with an innovative and exclusive self-basting system that creates a continuous rainfall effect evenly over the cocotte’s contents.

The best way to get a Staub of your own is to score it on sale. Many key pieces, from the brand's classic cocottes, to bakeware and cast iron grill pans, are on sale this summer, with some deals exceeding over half off— check them out below.

 For more deals on high-quality cookware, check out the Le Creuset sales.

Where to buy Staub

  • Amazon: One of the largest selection's we've seen, with regular deals and options for Prime 2-day delivery
  • Bed, Bath, and Beyond: A wide selection of Staub, including a large selection of knobs and cooking utensils
  • Bloomingdale's: Discover a range of Staub on sale and a selection that is easy to add to registries
  • Food52: A selection of cast iron, novelty items, and exclusive colors and products
  • Macy's: A well-rounded selection of Dutch ovens, coquettes, and bakeware, frequently included in sale promotions and coupons
  • Nordstrom: A curated offering, and will price match other retailers
  • Sur La Table: A large color selection, and the ability to shop by material 
  • Target: A varied selection available online only 
  • Verishop:  Another great retailer to find a great selection of Staub for your home
  • Wayfair: A massive collection, with the ability to shop by color, category, and sale
  • Williams Sonoma: Special pricing, Staub classics, and exclusive colors and cookware

Latest Staub deals

The Staub piece you've been dreaming about will surely find its way on sale. Hopefully one of these great deals will pique your interest. 

Staub Tall Cocotte, 5 Qt. | Was $486, now $199.96 at Sur La Table

Deal alert! Enjoy over 60 percent off this taller and perhaps slimmer 5-quart cocotte that has higher sides that prevent boil-overs and takes up less space on a crowded stovetop. The 5-quart size is perfect for feeding families and cooking up full-size meals, plus its available in a range of colors. View Deal

Staub Cast Iron 11-inch Traditional Skillet | Was $286, now $149.99 at Target 

You'll be reaching for this versatile enameled fry pan for your daily cooking needs, from fried eggs that won't stick to the to excellently seared steaks come dinner time. The textured black matte enamel interior ensures exceptional browning while remaining extremely easy to clean without the need for seasoning. 

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Staub Cast Iron 3.75-Qt. Essential French Oven with Lilly Lid | Was 319.99, now $209.99 at Bed Bath & Beyond

This dark blue French oven feels like a collector's piece with the intricately designed pattern on the lid. And right now, it's over $100 off!  What tasty dish will the lid reveal? View Deal

Staub Cast Iron Tomato Cocotte | Was $414, now $209.95 at Amazon

Another beloved cocotte style from Staub? Their collection of food-shaped vessels, like this 3-quart Tomato design that will elevate your roasts and stew to perfection.  It's one of those items that look splendid out on display when not in use, either housed on the back-burner or our on open shelving. View Deal

Staub Ceramics 2 Piece Stoneware Baking Dish Set | Was $120, now $49.95 at Amazon 

Snag this two-piece non-stick stoneware bakeware set for under $50. The chic turquoise color looks spring-ready going from oven to table.  Stoneware gently retains heat and won't absorb moisture, producing delicious results for all of your favorite casseroles, lasagnas, desserts, and roasts. The set includes two dishes: a 7.5- x 6-inch and a larger 10.5- x 7.5-inch size.View Deal

Staub Heritage All Day Pan with Domed Glass Lid Cast Iron, 3.5 qt.|Was $357, now $149.96 at Sur La Table

Save over 50 percent off this 3.5 qt. Braiser perfect for better browning, braising and roasting. The glass lid allows you to keep track of your food's progress while sealing in moisture. So versatile, you'll be reaching for this roomy piece on a daily basis.

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Staub Cast-Iron 10" Grill Pan | Was $159.99, now $99.95 at Wayfair

Sear steaks to seasonal vegetables to perfection from your stovetop with the deep ridges of the grill pan that leave the marks just like you were on the outdoor grill. Choose from Turquoise, Black Matte, Graphite, and Dark Blue. View Deal

Staub Ceramic 9" Pie Dish |Was $45, now $29.99 at Macy's

What goes better than the perfect apple pie baked then served in a show-stopping ceramic pie pan? The addition of ice cream a la mode, of course!  It's also microwave safe for easy reheating and dishwasher safe for even easier clean-up. View Deal

Jaclyn Turner
Jaclyn Turner

Jaclyn is an eCommerce editor at Future Home Interest, and scouts out the best of the best for buying guides to help you fill your home with housewares you will love. She joined the team in January 2021. She has previously worked with sites like Apartment Therapy, The Kitchn, The Spruce, The Spruce Eats, and MyDomaine, but got her start at the trade mag Home Furnishings News, which fueled her excitement for innovation in the home category and seeing the newest launches.  When Jaclyn's not working, she loves long strolls through HomeGoods, unwinding with a chilled glass of Rosé, and entertaining her Cavapoo puppy, Reese.