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Grill Your Food to Perfection With Up to 60% Off BBQ Guys Grills

There are grills, tools and other accessories on sale during this limited-time blowout sale.

BBQ Guys

Summer isn't over yet, so there's still time to get outside to smoke and grill your favorite foods. With this summer blowout sale from BBQ Guys, everyone can save up to 60% on select overstock, clearance and closeouts today.

We all know how expensive grills can be and with this sale, you'll find nice discounts on premium brands. While this Kamado Joe Classic II 18-inch stand alone ceramic grill isn't on CNET's list of best grills (that goes to the Kamado Joe Classic III), this version is just as good with a durable wire mesh fiberglass gasket for a tight seal, top vent for airflow and accessories all for $799, saving you $500.

This Weber Genesis II EX-315 Natural Gas Smart grill for $926 (save $303) can make any piece of food cook evenly with its three stainless steel burners that deliver up to 39,000 BTUs. This grill also has high-performance burners, stainless steel flavorizer bars with a flame view window and a grease management system. If you want a small and affordable grill for less than $200, the Cuisinart Petit Gourmet gas grill with VersaStand is just $157. This entry-level grill is large enough to cook enough food for four people, uses propane and assembles in five minutes without tools.

Should you want some tools to go along with your new grill, you can nab this 18-inch stainless steel barbecue spatula with LED light for $20 (save $5) or a Napoleon two-piece barbecue tool set for $16 (save $11). 

Read more: The Best Kamado Grill for 2022 


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