This Cast Iron Skillet Is 60 Percent Off (For Real This Time)

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce
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Yesterday, we shared a deal offering over 60 percent off a 10-inch pre-seasoned cast iron skillet. Readers quickly took advantage of the great price, and before long the deal was so popular that it had to come to an end. Understandably, this left many of our readers frustrated, writing in to dealer@dailycaller.com to let us know that – at least at that very moment – the discount was in fact too good to be true.

We promise to keep an eye on that very skillet to see if it ever goes on sale again. However, in the meantime, we’d like you to know about a different pre-seasoned cast iron skillet. This one is 12 inches and, as of this writing, it is legitimately 60 percent off:

Normally $50, this cast iron skillet is 60 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $50, this cast iron skillet is 60 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet w/ Handle Cover (12-Inch) Oven Safe Cookware | Heat-Resistant Holder | Indoor and Outdoor Use | Grill, Stovetop, Induction Safe on sale for $19.95

As a reminder, this is why you should go with cast iron in the first place:

Once you invest in cast iron cookware, you will have no idea how you ever cooked without it. If you want a non-stick surface with superior heat retention for searing, sautéing, simmering, braising, baking, roasting or frying – cast iron is the way to go. (RELATED: This Is How You Clean Your Cast Iron Pans)

And, obviously, by being pre-seasoned, it is ready for use as soon as it comes in the mail. Better hurry. I can’t guarantee how long this deal will be available!

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

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