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Member's Mark 3-Burner Gas Grill with Stainless Steel Foldable Side Shelves - Various Colors $149.71

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Found this at my local Sam's Club - Looks like it's also available online.

My store only had 3 in stock when I purchased mine, so if you've been looking at this all summer like I have you should act fast Smilie

Normal Price: $249.98
Pick-up price: $149.71 (Save $100.71)
Ship this item: $199.91 (Save $50.07)

https://www.samsclub.com/p/member...roduct_1_5

About this item:
552 square inches of cooking area (enough for 24 burgers)
Stainless steel burners for ideal heat control and long life
Two porcelain-coated cast iron cooking grates for optimum heat retention
Two foldable stainless-steel side shelves
Ideal for small space or patio

Edit: I live near Kansas City, I just had a friend check in Oklahoma City and his club is only $70.17 off (Total cost is $179.81). This is still cheaper than all the previous sales they've had on this, it's always either been the full $249 or $199 (over July 4th holiday).
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How are the quality of these grills? Anyone think they will outlast a cheap Walmart grill?
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Sams club and Walmart same parent company. Most likely same manufacturer branded under different name. At this price point - suggests it's made in China. Then again so are most grills including Weber...
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The 5 burner is only $199. Seems like a great deal as well...

https://m.samsclub.com/p/mm-5-bur...ance.rr0_1
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Sams club and Walmart same parent company. Most likely same manufacturer branded under different name. At this price point - suggests it's made in China. Then again so are most grills including Weber...
The metal gauge is always different on the kids... The burners and grates can also differ a lot. FWIW, I bought a 5 burner stainless grill from Walmart 2-3 years ago for $90 when they clearances them. It's got another 4+ years in it easy unless the burners rust out. It's on par with members mark quality as I used a few of their grills at cookouts (where people brought them).

My only concern with the deal is that I typically see clearanced grills in August/September and $150 seems like a normal sales price for a 3 Burner. I would expect a 5 burner with more grill surface at this price to be a really good deal.... otherwise, shop around and see what else is being clearanced.
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The metal gauge is always different on the kids... The burners and grates can also differ a lot. FWIW, I bought a 5 burner stainless grill from Walmart 2-3 years ago for $90 when they clearances them. It's got another 4+ years in it easy unless the burners rust out. It's on par with members mark quality as I used a few of their grills at cookouts (where people brought them).

My only concern with the deal is that I typically see clearanced grills in August/September and $150 seems like a normal sales price for a 3 Burner. I would expect a 5 burner with more grill surface at this price to be a really good deal.... otherwise, shop around and see what else is being clearanced.
the webers are nice but the most hassle free and economic way for me has been to just buy decent grills with a side burner on clearance for around $100 and throw it out after 2-3 years.
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I've had the 5 burner for a year. Love it. Gets hot fast and holds heat well. Does have some hot spots, but not a big deal to me.
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This is a meh deal wait for something better unless you need right now. Best deal I got was $100 commercial Tru infrared4 burner in oct about 6 years ago. Walked into Lowe's and saw 3 should have bought them all 😂
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Weber Grills endure because their fireboxes are cast aluminum not porcelain enameled sheet metal. The hoods on these cheap grills may be stainless but almost everything else except the burners... basically the parts most prone to failure are cheap painted steel. A used, Craigslist Weber with key parts replaced available from Amazon is always a better choice for similar $$$.
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Weber Grills endure because their fireboxes are cast aluminum not porcelain enameled sheet metal. The hoods on these cheap grills may be stainless but almost everything else except the burners... basically the parts most prone to failure are cheap painted steel. A used, Craigslist Weber with key parts replaced available from Amazon is always a better choice for similar $$$.
In addition there are different grades of Stainless steel. Type 304 and 430 are used for grills. Type 304 is better. It is longer lasting and better heat retention. The easy test is bring along a refrigerator magnet when shopping for a grill. It won't stick to SS type 304, but will stick to SS 430. Zero doubt this unit is type 430.
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How are the quality of these grills? Anyone think they will outlast a cheap Walmart grill?
Off course, I top choice is weber, second is member mark .
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In addition there are different grades of Stainless steel. Type 304 and 430 are used for grills. Type 304 is better. It is longer lasting and better heat retention. The easy test is bring along a refrigerator magnet when shopping for a grill. It won't stick to SS type 304, but will stick to SS 430. Zero doubt this unit is type 430.
Precisely. Lower grade stainless is better than painted steel. But almost no cheaper grills use stainless where it counts.
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So even tho this is marked as Expired and the website no longer shows it available for in-store pick-up (at my location) I was just in Sam's Club last night getting a car battery and saw they had about 5 more stacked up by the entrance priced at the same $149.71.
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