questionsare you looking forward to you new woot branded…

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So close...I guessed it'd be $25 plus shipping in this question about it.

No, I already have more skillets than I can use. It's nice, I just have no use for it.

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I told my fiance after seeing that question it would be 30 plus 5 shipping so I had it spot on.

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As a cast iron cooking fan, I was looking forward to this deal. But $8 more than a plain design pan on Amazon of the same brand? I thought we're here to score some good deals, not pay for designer branding. Just sayin'......

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www.target .com/p/Lodge-12-Pre-Seasoned-Skillet/-/A-10291923?ref=tgtadvXSG10001&AFID=GooglePLAdf&LNM=%7C10291923&CPNG=small%20appliances&cisku=10291923&cigpa=pla&ci_kw=

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even cheaper than amazon--18.99 at target +tx&shipping

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I was looking forward to buying one, just kinda priced me out when they slapped 30 bucks on it tbh

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I bought one.. Had they been $15/ea I probably would've gotten 3. Oh well.. I am a sucker for Woot items

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Isn't Lodge like the last US made cast iron cookware manufacturer?
I was actually surprised that Harbor Freight could import and sell Chinese cast iron and make a profit. Then I saw their anvils ...
ANYway, big cast iron fanboy here. The original non stick cookware, and good for you. I get ratty azz inlaws questioning the health benefits of the cast iron- but I have yet to hear why eating and/or breathing teflon bits is good for me.
But hey- it's $30, it's an investment, in 50 years it may be a collectible. A Lodge will last that long.

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I'll buy one and then my son can have it when he starts his household and he can then give it to one of his kids someday.

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I woulda bought one if the brand had been on the inside of the skillet - imagine having Woot! branded pancakes in the morning!! Yippee!!!

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I'm a little disappointed that you can get the same skillet, sans woot logo, for cheaper at several stores, including Amazon w/ free shipping. The woot logo is cool, but completely non-functional. With my prime shipping, I can get it for $22 on Amazon, vs $35 on woot. That's quite a bit of money for a logo. (I'm also not at all buying into the "collectible" argument. I stopped using that when I was 10 to get my mom to buy me pokemon cards)

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I had about 4 cast iron fry pans that belonged to both grandmothers. I just donated them to GoodWill as I am in the process of downsizing, and they were simply too heavy and could not be put in dishwasher of course. Still I am very tempted. . . . I imagine rust is not the issue it used to be?

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@klozitshoper: According to the fairly detailed instructions, rust is still a serious issue.

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@gidgaf: Imported anvils ... I'm sure there's a joke in there somewhere. :(

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Bought the same skillet (w/o the punctuation) from Amazon a little less than a year ago. It was $18.59. Got free super saver shipping. Amazon's current price of $22.34 is still a better deal. The woot offering is overpriced. Exclamation point or not.

Almost $35 for a "logo" when you can buy the same skillet for under 23 bucks? Some are saying this will become a collectible. Ummmm....well, perhaps. Then again maybe BigLots will pick them up - their advertising logo is also an "!".