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These are the best cheap grill deals for July 2020

It is the season to start looking for cheap grill deals. The weather is getting warmer, and most people are looking for an excellent reason to get out of the house. Getting outside and grilling is a great way to enjoy the weather while making a delicious meal. If you’re looking for a new outdoor grill, search no more. We have rounded up some fantastic grill deals for you below.

Today’s Best Grill Deals

  • Cuisinart CGG-180T Portable Tabletop Gas Grill — $140, was $150
  • Weber Original 22 Inch Kettle Charcoal Grill$165, was $180
  • Master Cook Gas Grill — $184, was $210
  • Weber 44010001 Spirit II E-210 Gas Grill — $379, was $480
  • Weber 47502001 Spirit S-315 NG Gas Grill — $599, was $699

Nexgrill Deluxe 6-Burner Propane Gas Grill in Black with Side Burner

$369 $399
Expires soon
Six-burner propane grill with 72,000 BTUs and 582-square-inches-of cast iron cooking grids. 1,200 BTU side burner. Warming rack and Even-Heat stainless steel burners

Char-Broil Portable Deluxe Gas Grill

$40 $43
Expires soon
Portable propane grill with 190-square--inches of cooking space and 11,000 BTUs from singled burner. Porcelain-coated steel grate.

Char-Broil Performance TRU-Infrared 3-Burner Cart Style Gas Grill

$285 $310
Expires soon
Char-Broil 3-burner Performance TRU-infrared grill employs a special cooking grate to spread the heat evenly for juicier food and no flareups. 450-square-inches of porcelain cooking surface.

Cuisinart CGG-240 All Foods Roll-Away Gas Grill, Stainless Steel

$234 $340
Expires soon
Char-Broil 2-burner, 24,000 BTU propane grill. 300-square-inch primary cast iron cooking surface and 100-square-inch porcelain-coated grate. Electric ignition, folding sides, and lockable cabinet.

Hamilton Beach Electric Indoor Searing Grill

$65 $70
Expires soon
Electric-powered for indoor searing with temperatures up to 450 degrees with 1,200 watts. 118-square-inches of cooking surface. Easy to clean with large drip pan.

Char-Broil - Longhorn Charcoal/Smoker/Gas Combo

$500 $550
Expires soon
There's a total of 1,060-square-inches of cooking surface on this combination wood or propane grill and smoker. Porcelain-coated cooking grates. Large enough to cook 40 burgers at once.

Char-Broil classic 3 burner propane gas grill

$260 $300
Expires soon
Three burners let you sear over high heat or do indirect cooking at low temperatures. Features side shelves, porcelain-coated grates, Piezoelectric igniters, and a warming rack.

Ninja - Foodi 5-in-1 Indoor Smokeless Air Fry Electric Grill

$207 $230
Expires soon
Combination 5-in-1 Ninja Foodi can bake, roast, air fry, dehydrate, and grill. No need to flip food with Surround Searing.

Cuisinart CGG-306 Chef's Style Stainless Tabletop Propane Grill

$167 $200
Expires soon
Cuisinart tabletop propane grill with 277-square-inches of cooking surface and two burners with a total of 20,000 BTUs. Weighs 22 pounds, enough to take it in your car. Hooks up to a 20-pound tank.

MASTER COOK 3 Burner BBQ Propane Gas Grill

$184 $210
Expires soon
Master Cook 3-burner propane grill with 30,000 BTU. 472-square -inch total cooking and warming surface with porcelain-enameled wire cooking grates.
Extra $70 off with coupon

RINKMO Gas Grill, 2020 Upgrade 670 Stainless Steel Liquid Propane Grill

$329 $399
Expires soon
Large 606-square-inch cooking surface with this 3-burner, 36,000 BTU propane grill with side burner. Porcelain-enameled cast iron cooking grates.

Fire Sense Yakatori Charcoal Grill

$49 $80
Expires soon
Portable Japanese-BBQ style charcoal grill. Handmade clay construction and adjustable ventilation. 157-square inches of cooking space

Weber Original 22 Inch Kettle Charcoal Grill

$165 $180
Expires soon
This grill holds up to 13 burgers and has a built-in lid thermometer. One-touch cleaning system with high-capacity ash catcher provides easy cleanup.

Cuisinart CGG-240 All Foods Roll-Away Gas Grill, Stainless Steel

$186 $250
Expires soon
Portable gas grill by Cuisinart with 240-square-inch cast iron grill surface and a single 15,000 BTU burner with electric ignition. Folding shelves on either side.

Char-Broil 6-Burner Performance Gas Grill

$340 $380
Expires soon
Propane gas grill with 6-burners, 15,000 BTUs, and 755-square-inches of cooking surface on porcelain-coated cast iron grates. Electronic ignition and built-in thermometer.

Char-Broil Performance Gas Grill

$270 $300
Expires soon
Two-burner propane grill with 600-square-inches of porcelain-coated stainless steel cooking surface. Infrared technology distributes the heat evenly to minimize flare-ups.

Weber Spirit II E-210 2-Burner Liquid Propane Grill

$379 $480
Expires soon
Weber 2-burner propane grill with 356-square-inch cooking surface. Porcelain-enabled cast iron cooking grates, built-in gas gauge and thermometer, and left side folding shelf.

How To Choose A Grill

When it comes to choosing an outdoor grill, there are plenty of decisions to make — fuel type, number of burners, portable or stationary, et cetera, the choices are seemingly endless. We will cover the basics here so you can make an informed decision when choosing a cheap grill.

Gas grills are the most popular type of outdoor grill. Most are designed for use with propane, but some of them run on natural gas from your utility provider. Gas grills are best for quick and easy use — that is, they heat up much faster than charcoal grills and are way less messy. The main disadvantage of gas grills is they lack in flavor when compared to charcoal grills.

Charcoal grills use briquettes as fuel, which means they take more time to heat up. Briquettes are also more expensive than propane. However, if you don’t mind the extra prep time, cost, and cleanup, the flavor that charcoal provides cannot be matched by a gas or electric grill. Also, charcoal burns at a higher temperature than gas, so you can achieve a great sear on meats with charcoal as a heat source.

Electric grills are powered by electricity and heat food using heated grill plates. Though not incredibly popular, electric grills are useful for people who live in apartments or other areas that prohibit gas or charcoal grills. Obviously, electric grills produce food that lacks that smoky flavor that charcoal grills provide. The upside? Electricity is cheaper than charcoal or propane. However, not all outdoor areas have an easily accessible outlet to plug in to.

Portable grills can be any of the above fuel types — charcoal, gas, or electric. The major upside of portable grills is that you can take them anywhere. So, they are great for camping, tailgating, trips to the park, and more. The major downside to portable grills is that they are usually pretty small, which means you cannot cook food for a whole party on them. If you are cooking for a large crowd with a portable grill, you will have to cook in batches, and this will be time-consuming.

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