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    A good place that I've found to get Lodge cast iron is Ross and TJMaxx. I've mostly just seen frying pans and griddles, but it's hard to beat new ones for $10-$15. Due to the nature of those stores, they don't always have them in stock but I see them there pretty regularly.

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    Another great place to get them is at the factory outlet store in Kodak, TN (Near Gatlinburg). Them have a section of factory seconds that supposedly have blemishes. Some were noticeable but more often than not I couldn't tell that they were blemished.

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    Commerce GA has an outlet store - if you go to the Coleman outlet they have coupons you can take to the Lodge outlet and get a 10 inch
    2nd for about $6
    i got one about a mounth ago - it's great and already broken in
    Also bought a deep sided frypan for chicken - the pan was regular price but the lid was a 2nd - saved lots of money

    have my list made for the next trip up there

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    Amazon had a bunch on sale and free shipping

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    Order it direct from the foundry. That's where I got my bread pans.

    http://www.lodgemfg.com/

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    Lodge also has a 2nds store in South Pittsburg, Tn. right down the street from the factory. Nothing wrong with them other than a few cosmetic errors.

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    One of our favorite sources are yard sales and estate autions.
    Ya never know what youll see, so you grab it while you can.

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    I find Craigslist almost always has great deals on Lodge items. A skillet can be 100 years old and perfectly good to cook on, plus it has character!

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    I got mine at wal-mart I think the 12 inch griddle was 14-16 bucks, and the restaurant chain Cracker Barrel sells them as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maitland View Post
    I got mine at wal-mart I think the 12 inch griddle was 14-16 bucks, and the restaurant chain Cracker Barrel sells them as well.
    Yeah the Cracker Barrel ones are more pricey, but they cook "Better" LOL

    The Lodge www has the National Parks and BSA Dutch Ovens too.
    Been eyeballin a Grand Canyon DO.
    Last edited by Shnick; 01-21-2013 at 10:55 AM.

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