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Kamado Joe Fire Show: Up to $600 off on a new grill and 15% off accessories

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If you missed the deal last June, the Kamado Joe Fire Show is back at Atlanta Grill Company. The online sale is starting on November 10th and is running until the 12th. Get up to $600 off on Kamado Joe grills (varies depending on model) and 15% off all accessories (even non KJ brands).

Kamado Joe Classic II for 799.00 [atlantagrillcompany.com]
Kamado Joe Big Joe II for 1299.00 [atlantagrillcompany.com]
Kamado Joe Classic III for 1369.00 [atlantagrillcompany.com]
Kamado Joe Big Joe III for 1999.00 [atlantagrillcompany.com]
Kamado Joe Jr for 299.00 [atlantagrillcompany.com]

$99 Flat rate drop shipping to the 48 contiguous United States. No sales tax for orders shipping outside of Georgia.

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Those is a better deal than Costco roadshow!
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This is a great price, even including shipping! Cheaper than the Costco road show and most people won't have to pay tax either. Only way to beat it would be finding an open box or huge YMMV clearance at a big box store.
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Good prices, and Atlanta Grill Company is really good and nice to work with. They've had really solid customer service in my experience.
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Have the roadshows been offering the 3s recently or still just the 2?

I had always said as soon as my akorn gave out I would go kamado Joe, now might be that time.
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The Joe Classic II is showing up at $969 for me, which totals to $1,068 after shipping? Certainly not $799? Anyone else get it to work?
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The Joe Classic II is showing up at $969 for me, which totals to $1,068 after shipping? Certainly not $799? Anyone else get it to work?
Note the dates of the deal.
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Note the dates of the deal.
Oops, it helps when you can READ! Thanks for the help.
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Okay so my wife may kill me but I am going to get this
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Have the roadshows been offering the 3s recently or still just the 2?

I had always said as soon as my akorn gave out I would go kamado Joe, now might be that time.
According to the rep I talked to at a roadshow in August, they don't plan to offer the III at Costco for the time being.
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So.. the Big Joe 3 deal is active now... I just pulled the trigger.
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So.. the Big Joe 3 deal is active now... I just pulled the trigger.
Funny, the link is dead now. I think you snuck one in ahead of time, good job! For what its worth I would recommend getting a II series and spending the extra money on either a wifi temp controller or the Jotisserie.
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Did amazon match this sale in June?
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Did amazon match this sale in June?
No, at least nobody mentioned a price match. The sale also ended earlier than expected since Atlanta Grill Company oversold the kamados. Apparently they didn't expect the Slickdeals crowd to go all in.
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I cannot decide between a Big Joe II or III.

If I went with the II, I would definitely purchase the upgraded charcoal basket, so the difference in price would be $590.35. Can't decide if the SloRoller smoke stack, 3-level vs. 2-level divide and conquer rack system, aluminum vs. composite shelves, updated cart with larger casters, and additional height of the grill is worth the difference.

Here is a little more detail in the differences between the II and III (posted by John Setzler).

"The 3 has the SLoROLLER, the 3-level divide and conquer rack system, the cast aluminum and powder coated side shelves, the kamado joe charcoal basket, and the newly designed cart. It's hard to put a dollar value on the usability enhancements that some of these upgrades bring to the table. The charcoal basket is a no-brainer for me. I was using a third party charcoal basket before the Kamado Joe versions came along. I love how those give me easy maintenance of my charcoal and ash. I have a zero-waste charcoal situation with those baskets. I never discard any unused lump charcoal. The charcoal basket alone is a $119 upgrade. The 3 series grills do NOT come with the cast iron grate since they come with the charcoal basket. The metal side shelves give me the ability to set somethign hot on them (within reason) without worry about melting or damaging them. I don't know if that can be assigned a dollar value. The 3-level divide and conquer rack may have some advantages for cooking space if you want to add a couple extra cooking grates to your setup. There isn't but about 2" of clearance between each level so it's marginal in terms of what you can put on those but things like wings, ribs, and other smaller items can be stuffed on there no problem. The updated cart with the larger casters makes it much easier to roll the JOE around over uneven surfaces. The storage shelf on the bottom of the cart gives you plenty of space to store cooking racks, heat deflectors, and the SLoROLLER when it's not in use. For me, the SLoROLLER has been a noticeable and significant improvement in the cooking performance of the Kamado Joe grill. For anything I cook over indirect heat, no matter what temperature range I am working in, I am seeing faster than normal cooking times. This is behaving much like a convection oven where you may want to adjust your temperature or cook times to account for it. I am getting much more even cooking. I am seeing more noticeably defined smoke rings when cooking barbecue. Once again, none of that can really be assigned a dollar value but the benefits, to me, are impressive. The Classic 3 also comes with the half moon heat deflectors if you want to use those in a half or full configuration instead of using the SLoROLLER. Another unadvertised benefit I see is the deeper base segment of this grill gives you higher clearance over the charcoal when you want to cook on the Joetisserie. That added clearance (about 3 to 4" additional inches) creates a much better environment for rotisserie cooking in my opinion."
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