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Top 3 Trending Barbecue Deals for September 2019
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  1. Is the item discounted off of the original price and by how much?
  2. Has there been a recent price drop?
  3. What does the aggregate shopping behavior of Honey users tell us about the popularity of this product?
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There was a $50.00 price reduction, bringing the price down to $189.99, resulting in savings of 21%.

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Barbecue Deals, Offers, and Tips

Best Time to Buy Grills While summer is officially underway, there’s no better way to celebrate than a backyard barbeque. Whether you prefer gas grills, charcoal, or even smokers, we’re here to help you secure the best deal on your grill. Early to mid-summer sees modest discounts on grills in preparation for barbequing season. Around this time, including Memorial Day and July 4th, you’ll see grills go on sale with discounts of around 15% to 25% off. Labor Day is among the best holidays to purchase a grill wherein retailers like Walmart boast savings of up to 60%! If you’re looking for a superior model grill, the Fall season is a great time to score a deal. In September and October, around a third of the grills that go on clearance are Editors’ Choice picks!

Know Your Needs The foremost you can do to save some cash on a nice new grill is to know your individual grilling needs. Not all grills are created equal, so don’t pay a premium on a top-of-the-line grill if not necessary. If you’re convenience-oriented, gas grills are perfect with push-button ignition and turn-of-a-dial heat control, but do come with a higher price-tag. If you’re more advanced in your grilling capability and enjoy the process, then a charcoal grill may be more your flavor with added char taste. Charcoal grills will give you the most bang for your buck, but cooking and cleanup may take extra effort.

Where to Buy Grills Big box retailers like Target, Home Depot and Lowe’s provide great deals on grills with a wide variety in stock. The warehouse stores like Sam’s Club and Costco are also known for end-of-season deals (early to mid-fall), with discounts of as much as 70% off their remaining grill inventory. If you’re buying locally and are OK with the possibility of a dent or some scratches on your grill, see if you can purchase the floor model for a quick 10% to 15% in savings!
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