No sales around here yet so I picked up a twofer of KBB for $17.29 at wally world. Ouch, but.............Praise the Lord, I'm still cookin'.
For a fin I would try itAcademy Sports shows B&B Chef-Wagon All Natural Briquettes for $4.99, and the bag says 20 lbs. Can't find out anything about it, and no local stores carry it.
One has to wonder how good, or bad, this stuff is.
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I would give it a try at $4.99 a bag but it won’t check out with free shipping even when the quantity is great enough to allow. Im guessing the weight doesn’t allow the free shipping.I would too, but delivery seems to be the only option, free on orders over $35, I think.
I think part of the issue is Kingsford is producing pellets now and around here they are everywhere. They probably shifted production from charcoal to pellets so there isn't as much charcoal available.With the popularity of pellet grills, you'd think there would be a glut of charcoal.
A local farm and home store has Traegers and pellets on sale, but nothing charcoal related.
Hey Chris. I see that Home Depot has the twin 20-lb packs now for $16.88There's a big pile of Kingsford Original under wraps in front of my nearest Lowe's. We must be approaching a Spring Black Friday Sale or something similar. Anyone seen a sales flyer or got the details?
The local wally world here has the twin 18lb bags of KBB for $17.97. About the same price per LB as the 20lb twins at Lowe's and HD. Anyway another one to keep an eye on for the Memorial Day Sales.No sales around here yet so I picked up a twofer of KBB for $17.29 at wally world. Ouch, but.............Praise the Lord, I'm still cookin'.