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Stubb's 14-lb Charcoal Briquettes $5.99 - $15 off $50 - Lowe's

sethga 94 67 July 2, 2016 at 02:56 PM in Grills (7) More Lowe's Deals
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http://www.lowes.com/pd/Cowboy-Ch.../999979178

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http://www.lowes.com/pd/Weber-24-...rs/3151081

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Minus 15 off 50 online order found coupon found at Renovo power

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112 pounds for $36. Not as good as the Kingsford but if your preference is this Charcoal, it's not often on sale.
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Last Edited by hbl74 July 3, 2016 at 11:10 AM
$15 off $50 coupon code is 470006485342463


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down to my last amazon bag I got from a deal. i think it was 2 year s ago. love this charcoal. this is tempting...
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Quote from slimshady_in_u View Post :
down to my last amazon bag I got from a deal. i think it was 2 year s ago. love this charcoal. this is tempting...
Yep.. if you have a particular preference for this stuff... good deal. Normally I'd jump on the Memorial Day / Labor Day kingsford deals if you just care about per pound price.
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This stuff is way better than kingsford, why the thumbs down?
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This stuff is way better than kingsford, why the thumbs down?
Agreed. Pulled the trigger. combined with 10% Discover it CB.
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While you're there, ask someone to check stock on the old 15 lb bags, item# 297978. You cannot check the price online. I just found 11 bags for $1.13 each.
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Quote from chris041378 View Post :
This stuff is way better than kingsford, why the thumbs down?
Maybe because of having to to 3rd party site for code? ah well. I tried to spread the good word Frown


Quote from soobaerodude View Post :
While you're there, ask someone to check stock on the old 15 lb bags, item# 297978. You cannot check the price online. I just found 11 bags for $1.13 each.
Nice, thanks for that. Love when packaging changes result in slick deals Smilie
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It's been on clearance in the stores here for a while. Was going to pick some up but forgot to. It's real wood charcoal made from wood not sawdust dirt and mining fines. Also the briquettes have a little coal mixed in which makes burn times longer. I buy Kingsford when on sale but It's just used for starter coals or filler heat. I use mesquite charcoal and off cuts from the shop as well as wood from the trees for the grill and smoking. The professional kind ford stuff isn't bad for briquettes but it has no added coal so the burn times are shorter.

Oh and I recommend not buying the stubbs bbq sauce. To me it was horrible it was just a jar of vinegar.
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Yep.. their sauce not so great!!
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