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Any deals on propane grills?

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    Any deals on propane grills?


    Looking for 4-5 main burner and a side burner. Iíll most likely just head to Home Depot and grab one but maybe someone here is more informed and has a good recommendation. I am not buying a Weber. Yes they are great and last forever but honestly my sears special works fine after 7 years of abuse too.

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    Re: Any deals on propane grills?

    Sometimes some decent grills are at Tractor Supply

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    Re: Any deals on propane grills?

    Is CEO still selling a grill?

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    Re: Any deals on propane grills?

    Have you thought about a Weber with snow tires?

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    Re: Any deals on propane grills?

    Buy a weber


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    Re: Any deals on propane grills?

    I just bought a Charbroil Commercial grade for Lowe’s. Original price was close to $600, but it had a small dent in the back and they knocked 40% off. Four burner with side burner, all stainless. I’m impressed with how good it cooks compared to other grills of had

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    Re: Any deals on propane grills?

    I impulse bought this Char-Broil grill almost 2 years ago when it was first introduced and they were selling them for $150: https://www.lowes.com/pd/Char-Broil-...ner/1000523547. I don't grill every weekend but it has been holding up really well, even after a move. I did spend $30 on this grill cover at Costco, it is a REALLY good cover: Access Denied so I'm thinking the cover has helped to maintain the grill.

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    Re: Any deals on propane grills?

    My son bought this Vermont Castings grill several years ago, we even used it to bake a 25lb Thanksgiving turkey when our kitchen stove crapped out on Thanksgiving day

    IIRC, he got it at Home Depot for just under $1100

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    Re: Any deals on propane grills?

    The one thing I love about my Weber Q is the cast iron grate. I clean and oil it every time I use it's still perfect and I've had it for 18 years and everything tastes AWESOME from it... even pizza .

    in my opinion the cooking surface is what it's all about.

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    Re: Any deals on propane grills?

    [Wish I'd seen that before I replaced the flavor bars on my Weber Spirit. I'd rather have the burners front to back instead left to right. Easier to have different temp zones.

    Re: cast iron grates
    Checked around when needing another grate and the decent (heavy) cast iron ones were ceramic coated. They tend to chip after a year or so. Went with the GrillGrates. Amazing. Blazer thermometer records a good 150-200 degrees hotter at the grate than the old Weber grate. If it were me I'd say go with the cheaper grill and a better grate (GrillGrate).

    QUOTE=OneCheekRider;1548466]I impulse bought this Char-Broil grill almost 2 years ago when it was first introduced and they were selling them for $150: https://www.lowes.com/pd/Char-Broil-...ner/1000523547. I don't grill every weekend but it has been holding up really well, even after a move. I did spend $30 on this grill cover at Costco, it is a REALLY good cover: Access Denied so I'm thinking the cover has helped to maintain the grill.[/QUOTE]

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    Re: Any deals on propane grills?

    Although my true love is my Weber Kettle, I picked up this Kenmore 2(?) years ago when our local Sears was closing, I think we paid about $300. Had this not been available (all stainless construction) I would have bought a Weber Genesis. It's been a decent enough grill. Nice to have for more utilitarian cooking (boneless skinless chicken breasts anyone?) when I don't feel like doing the whole charcoal process.

    All that said, a classic Weber Kettle ($100) with a Slow'N'Sear ($100) will net you the best results in your meat expeditions.

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