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Buying Guide: Update your dinnerware set for only $40

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If you’ve broken more plates than you have left, are tired of using a mismatched set at dinner parties, or just need a kitchen overhaul, it’s probably time to update your dinnerware set. But a full set of dishes can be expensive. That’s where this minimalist set from AmazonBasics come in. It’s everything you need for just $40.

18 Pieces at a Low $40 Price

This 18-piece dinnerware set comes with 6 dinner plates, 6 salad plates, and 6 bowls so you’ll always have what you need to serve your family and guests. The plates are microwave, oven, freezer, and dishwasher safe, so food preparation and cleanup is a breeze.

High Quality

Just because you’re saving money on a new dinnerware set doesn’t mean you’re sacrificing quality. These plates and bowls are AB-grade porcelain, so they’re lightweight yet durable. They’re also BPA-free so you can feel great about feeding your family.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers gave these AmazonBasics plates an average rating of4.5 out of 5 stars with more than 3,700 reviews. Customers thought this was a great set for a first apartment or home. Customers also liked that they were affordable enough to feed an entire extended family on holidays. Reviews mentioned this dinnerware set was surprisingly durable.

AmazonBasics 18-Piece White Kitchen Plates available from Amazon

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