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BJs Wholesale Members: Char-Griller Deluxe 850 Sq.-Inch Barrel Charcoal Grill EXPIRED

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BJ's Wholesale offers Members: Char-Griller Deluxe 850 Square-Inch Barrel Charcoal Grill (E2727) on clearance for $79.98. Shipping is free. Thanks ScooberDiver

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850 sq inches of grilling area. Cast iron grates. This goes for $139 at Home Depot. BJs has a free one day online pass then $10/yr so cancel if you don't want that.

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I too have owned a Char-Griller (Outlaw with side smoker) for over 15 yrs. I would def recommend this grill.

Just know that you will need appropriate gloves to be able to adjust the height of the coals after they have been started. You also need to be prepared to care for the cast iron grates. After cooking is done, and usually eating too, head back to the grill and gently clean the cooked food off the grates making sure not to removed the "seasoning" of the cast iron. And while the grates are still quite warm, apply a thin coat of high temperature oil (avocado). I use a "pump oil sprayer for cooking" (keyword search terms) for this.

As a side note. Even with some modifications to the grill, I no longer use the side smoking box to smoke food. In the Northeast, during the fall and winter, it takes too much manipulation to maintain the proper temps in the wind and cold. I have moved to an electric Smoky Mountain Smoker. It is a small compromise so I can spend more time with family and friends and less time hovering over and tinkering with, smoking food for hrs on end.

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I owned one of these for 10+ years. I concur that this is a good price, but it is not my preferred device for grilling. FWIW, I have settled on the char griller legacy as my endgame for high temperature grilling only. For low temperature smoking get a dedicated smoker (I have a bradley).
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I owned one of these for 10+ years. I concur that this is a good price, but it is not my preferred device for grilling. FWIW, I have settled on the char griller legacy as my endgame for high temperature grilling only. For low temperature smoking get a dedicated smoker (I have a bradley).
What do you recommend then as a good charcoal grill ?
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Not available for my zip code :/
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What do you recommend then as a good charcoal grill ?
I too have owned a Char-Griller (Outlaw with side smoker) for over 15 yrs. I would def recommend this grill.

Just know that you will need appropriate gloves to be able to adjust the height of the coals after they have been started. You also need to be prepared to care for the cast iron grates. After cooking is done, and usually eating too, head back to the grill and gently clean the cooked food off the grates making sure not to removed the "seasoning" of the cast iron. And while the grates are still quite warm, apply a thin coat of high temperature oil (avocado). I use a "pump oil sprayer for cooking" (keyword search terms) for this.

As a side note. Even with some modifications to the grill, I no longer use the side smoking box to smoke food. In the Northeast, during the fall and winter, it takes too much manipulation to maintain the proper temps in the wind and cold. I have moved to an electric Smoky Mountain Smoker. It is a small compromise so I can spend more time with family and friends and less time hovering over and tinkering with, smoking food for hrs on end.
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It is requiring me to login with membership, what do you mean in your title 'No membership required @BJs $79.98'
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What do you recommend then as a good charcoal grill ?
Weber hands down. Last for years. Folding grate ends to adjust your charcoal without having to unload. Use tongs for that.
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Is this any good for a first time smoker? (Ok bring on the comments but I'm serious)
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It is requiring me to login with membership, what do you mean in your title 'No membership required @BJs $79.98'
"Note, offer valid for BJ's Wholesale Members only. More details on BJ's Wholesale Club Membership. Item may not ship to certain states/areas."

I don't see where it says no membership required.
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Is this any good for a first time smoker? (Ok bring on the comments but I'm serious)
Also curious. I'm still regretting not getting a pellet grill that could smoke from Dick's (lol) a few years ago for like $80.
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Won't ship to me. FYI YMMV. Second time in a two days for two different things I was denied. Ah well.
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It is requiring me to login with membership, what do you mean in your title 'No membership required @BJs $79.98'
Scroll down for a 1 day pass
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Thanks OP! In for one to go along with my weber gas grill and masterbuilt smoker!
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"Note, offer valid for BJ's Wholesale Members only. More details on BJ's Wholesale Club Membership. Item may not ship to certain states/areas."

I don't see where it says no membership required.
BJ's offers a single day Membership pass free. You'll have to create that and place the order.
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