Kitchen Shopping Is a SportWell this is a subject I can sink my teeth into. I have some great stories for all of you that shop Tuesday Morning, TJ Maxx, Marshalls, and wherever a good deal can be found. Myself I have bought many an item from the likes of those places. I have also gotten a deal or two at Sam's club, including my pride and joy, a beautiful set of Wustof Gran Prix chefs knives. I was working in a club in Texas and we got a pallet of them in at a baragin price compared to the Internet, and other knife retailers at $150. Cooking.com had them at 250 for a similar set with one knife difference. I eventually got that set for half of the 150 we got them in at. I've also bought an All Clad Stainless steel 8" Skillet for $20 from Bed Bath & Beyond as a promotional item. The guy who worked the area said the cookware manufacturers do that from time to time so people can try a peice out, and see if it is to their liking, and then they can come back for more later if so. I've also picked up a Calphalon peice at Tj Maxx for $25 and was the same pan as the All Clad. There are some super great deals out there if you look for them, and know what you're buying, and from the looks of the posts here we have some skilled shoppers in our midst. Tuesday is a good place to find good crystal, china, cookware, bakeware, and some choice small appliances from time to time. I bought a Williams-Sonoma cookbook there for a fraction of the original price. Without getting any more windy here, I will go, but am glad to find some others of my kind here.