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Stubb's 14-lb Charcoal Briquettes - $5.49 / 14 lbs @ Lowes BM YMMV

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I was at my local Lowes [lowes.com] last night, and noticed they had their Stubbs charcoal on clearance.

$5.49 for 14 lbs = $.0392 per lb. 45% off.

Stubbs is a no-filler briquette that burns like lump. The price per pound is really good for this type of charcoal.

So if you weren't able to take advantage of the HD/Weber deal, you might want to try Lowes/Stubbs.

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I'm not sure how accurate BS is. They report no stock at my local store, but the store had about half a pallet for sale. 3/5 stores in my area had inventory from what I could tell.
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not as good as HD clearance. I got the kingsford pro & long burn for $3/bag 15lbs. Even on therir HD site, there's $4.99/15lbs bag for Kingsford instant one.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Kings.../205796042
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not as good as HD clearance. I got the kingsford pro & long burn for $3/bag 15lbs. Even on therir HD site, there's $4.99/15lbs bag for Kingsford instant one.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Kings.../205796042
Match light $12.97
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Not meaning to thread-crap, but here's a couple of brickseek links to Home Depot for those who seem inclined. At least the Long-Burning (11-lb) bags seem to be on clearance.

Match-Light: https://brickseek.com/home-depot-...=205796042
Long-Burning: https://brickseek.com/home-depot-...=301001358
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Is a 14-lb briquette harder to light than 14 1-lb briquettes?
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not as good as HD clearance. I got the kingsford pro & long burn for $3/bag 15lbs. Even on therir HD site, there's $4.99/15lbs bag for Kingsford instant one.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Kings.../205796042
I'm pretty sure those are 11 lb bags?

Kingsford Pro is another no-filler briquette.

Kingsford Long Burn appears to have slightly less charcoal, per the SDS.
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Not meaning to thread-crap, but here's a couple of brickseek links to Home Depot for those who seem inclined. At least the Long-Burning (11-lb) bags seem to be on clearance.

Match-Light: https://brickseek.com/home-depot-...=205796042
Long-Burning: https://brickseek.com/home-depot-...=301001358
My store offered Pro, as well. Same price for either.
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My store offered Pro, as well. Same price for either.
I couldn't find the Pro on their website. Do you by any chance have the Internet# or a BS link?
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No stock and $9.99 at all the stores near Durham, NC. But I did stumble across the Kingsford Pro deal when I was at HD the other day.
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I couldn't find the Pro on their website. Do you by any chance have the Internet# or a BS link?
Google found it: https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kingsfor...1000462237
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Google found it: https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kingsfor...1000462237
Oh, thanks. I thought it was a HD deal, lol. $9.88 all around me though.
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How long would sealed bags stay good? Will it absorb moisture and deteriorate if it's stored for many months?
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Oh, thanks. I thought it was a HD deal, lol. $9.88 all around me though.
Oh yeah...you're right. Sorry. I posted a Lowes deal and just assumed. LMAO

Searching BS, I think the number was 202255974
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How long would sealed bags stay good? Will it absorb moisture and deteriorate if it's stored for many months?
It depends on the storage environment. In someplace like a climate controlled garage, it will last years.

I keep my charcoal in the shed. I've had some bags last about a year without issue. Though a friend gave me some of the old formula kingsford last summer to compare and 1 bag was going soft/moldy. No clue how old they were or how they were stored. But 1 of 3 went bad.

However you store it, make sure that it doesn't sit on concrete. Concrete will wick moisture out of the ground and into everything that it touches.
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You all must not be from South Texas where we just go out and cut and use mesquite.
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