Hot Dining & Kitchen Labor Day Sales 2022

Hot Dining & Kitchen Labor Day Sales 2022

“Order in” these name-brand kitchenware & dining sets at scrumptious prices!

Hot Dining & Kitchen Labor Day Sales 2022

Great deals this Labor Day from brands like Le Creuset, Pottery Barn, Williams Sonoma, and more!

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Labor Day weekend is a great time to upgrade your kitchenware and dining sets. If you’ve done your best to keep the oven off all summer to beat the heat, we get it, but as fall, winter, and the holidays are on the horizon, so are school bake sales, pies, turkeys, and sides — even macaroni and trees!

The 2022 kitchen & dining Labor Day sales we’ve found feature deals on kitchen appliances — small and large — plus cheap kitchen tools, cookware and bakeware, dining sets and decor, all from name brands you love and trust. Find top picks from Cuisinart, Martha Stewart, and Le Creuset on sale, and if you want to splurge, you can even find designer tableware on sale this time of year. Ready to dig in?! Let’s go!

Labor Day Kitchen Sales

Le Creuset Enameled Cast Iron Signature Round Dutch Oven

25% off

Assorted colors available!


Ninja AF101 Air Fryer, 4 QT

Lowes Labor Day Sale

Kitchen appliances and tools starting at $6.98

Ninja, KitchenAid, Cuisinart and more name brands we love!

10-Piece Nonstick Ceramic Coating Cookware Set

Over 50% off

For max savings, use code: HOME


Le Creuset Tea Kettles

20% off

Sizes and prices vary.

Martha Stewart Collection 10-Pc. Bakeware Set

Labor Day Dining Sales

Formal Dinnerware Sets On Sale Now

Assorted styles & prices

Flatware Sets

Up to 40% off

Tava Handwoven Rattan Serveware Collection


Items sold separately; prices vary.

Iridescent Coupe Glasses, Set of 4

Save $35


kate spade new york 4-Piece Place Setting

Save $25


Composite Agate Coasters

Table Linens On Sale Now

Assorted tablecloth, runner, placemat & napkin styles on sale.

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Pamela Mahler is an E-Commerce Writer for Local Commerce at Hearst Newspapers. Email her at [email protected]


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