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ZGrills Premium 700E and 7002E Wood Pellet Grill Rebate Option

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https://zgrills.shop/ seems to be offering your money back in full after 5 years or

$199 in 1 year
$299 in 2 years
Goes on to return full amount in 5 years
To qualify, your purchase must be paid in full by August 10,2018.

Anybody can weigh in on this? Seems like great grill with great feedback on amazon. Probably worth it's money even without this rebate.

$699 700E https://zgrills.shop/product/premium-700e/
$599 7002E https://zgrills.shop/product/zgri...ium-7002e/
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You know the economy is about to tank when these shady multi year rebates show up.

10+ year Auto loans, 50+ year Mortgages, Interest only Mortgages, lets party like its 2007!!!!
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I'd suspect zgrills will go "out of business" next year, then a new company called YGrills will start making the same thing.... I mean, maybe it's not going to, but this seems fishy...
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7 years before a rebate comes back? Lol
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I'd suspect zgrills will go "out of business" next year, then a new company called YGrills will start making the same thing.... I mean, maybe it's not going to, but this seems fishy...
Agree...super sketchy!
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..Dumbest thing Ive ever heard.
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Five years!? What is this, Newegg?
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I hate rebates to begin with in fear that they will never come or I will get told there is an issue with my submission. This is like a nightmare. Count me out!
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Does this company have any reputation? They look very new. They say on their website that their factory used to make traegers 2011-2017? What's that mean? They were manufacturers now they make their own and "Made in China" I'd like one but it's shady looking.
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If they really are good pellet grills, I don't think it's such a bad plan as a company.

It's like giving a product away almost free for promotional reasons (not exactly free due to the time value of money). They then can establish their brand and build a business with the money they raise.

Unfortunately, I just think that Traeger is too well established among pellet grills, even though there are better options out there.

All that said, best frozen pizza I've had was cooked (heated) on a pellet grill Smilie
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Yeah, i think it's not a terrible move for a new company. I might try it since i was on the market for a pellet grill anyway. Will let you know in 5 years what happened Big Grin
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This is the weirdest deal I've ever seen... Wonder what the chances of actually getting the rebate back are?
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Lol, found this towards the end of the t&c:

"Offeror & Others further assume no liability either for the cancellation, modification, or premature conclusion of the Offer for any reason."
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For what its worth, I have one of these grills and its been great. Construction and build materials are at a minimum equal to Traeger and priced a couple hundred dollars lower. I chose the 5 year rebate and if I end up getting it great... and if not im not going to lose any sleep over it.
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I've been considering this offer. You can change the rebates period before the due date. Ex: if you selected 5 years terms & change your mind toward the end of 2nd year, you can. According to their facebook site, they use 430 stainless steel which is the cheaper version compare to 304. You can also select free pellet instead of cashback but I think you get cheaper pellet elsewhere.
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