Our Place is giving shoppers $30 off the best-selling Always Pan for a limited time

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By now, you’re likely familiar with the female-founded brand Our Place that’s behind the most sold-out pan on the internet: the best-selling 8-in-1 Always Pan.

Right now, through Monday, Oct. 18, shoppers get $30 off the viral cooking vessel that now comes in eight beautiful colors.

For perspective, this promotion brings the item down in price from $145 to $115.

Always Pan By Our Place, $115 (Orig. $145)

Credit: Our Place

In case you’re unfamiliar with the product, here’s a brief refresher.

The Always Pan, created by Our Place co-founder Shiza Shahid, is, by far, the most popular pan on the Internet. Shoppers love it for its eight-in-one functionality and clever form factor.

The viral and absolutely gorgeous cooking vessel can replace your frying pan, sauté pan, steamer, skillet, saucepan, non-stick pan, spatula and spoon rest. Its cooking possibilities are also impressive. It can braise, sear, steam, strain, sauté, fry, boil, serve and store.

It’s also dishwasher-safe, compatible with all cooktops and free of Teflon, PFAS and PTFE. Plus, as you may already know, it comes in seven soothing colors.

This marks Our Place’s first major sale of the season and, better yet, you don’t need a promo code to snag these savings. The promotion will automatically apply to your cart when you add the Always Pan.

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