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Napolean Portable BBQ - 2400 AM

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Napolean Portable BBQ - 2400 AM

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Camping or Balcony??? Or great for winter when you want to grill but don't want to bring out your main bbq.
2400 airmiles, plus bonus 90 AM credit back on your account within 120 days

Napoleon TravelQ™ TQ285 Portable Gas Grill
https://www.airmiles.ca/arrow/RewardsPr ... rod2424438
FEATURES

Tabletop Grill features 285 sq.in total cooking surface
2 circular burners
Produces up to 12 000 BTUs
Porcelanized Cast Iron WAVE™ cooking grid
JETFIRE™ electronic ignition
Perfect way to grill in small spaces
Good reviews

OK, so my litmus test for airmiles is that they are worth about 10cents each when making merchandise purchases. So at 2400 that puts the price at about $240, and that includes all taxes and shipping, so for Ontario that's another $27 of HST built into the 2400 am.

Better pics at these sites
Currently Cdn tire has this on sale for $250 + tax
Amazon is $329

I don't use AM for travel anymore, but still collect, so this was good for me.
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[OP]
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Got mine delivered today. Took 3 days. Bigger than I pictured. Might be a good Father's day gift
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Your the man OP!!!!
I've been spotting some of these lately to replace my camping 1 burner BBQ thats been falling apart haha.
Tho it doesnt have the 2nd story grill it does have 2 burners!
I am a happy father who bought his own gift this year! well bought.. spent the 2400 points that have been laying around for ages.
Thanks again!
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Jan 9, 2011
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I have the bigger version of this with the higher top (PRO285), I use it at home and it works quite well. I like that it has two burners so you can easily do indirect cooking.
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Thanks, OP.

Ordered. I had 5000 miles that I couldn't think of anything to use on.
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I have the version that comes with the legs. Hooked it up to a 20lb tank. Used it 3 times now. Works pretty well I think. Built pretty solid
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I really need the stand for this, but that costs $179 + HST (eek!)

I wish they had the version with the stand
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Im onyx member and do cash rewards i should switch back to dream i kick kicking my self when something good pops up
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This BBQ is so cool, but I only have 2000 miles
airmiles sucks, can't transfer my dream miles to airmails, damn :facepalm:
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slaman wrote: I really need the stand for this, but that costs $179 + HST (eek!)

I wish they had the version with the stand
maybe you could try find one at Ikea, seen some outdoor serving carts around $100 at the store
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Sep 5, 2003
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Toronto
Thanks for the suggestions...i was hoping to get this with air miles... But i think i need the Pro Natural Gas version and then I'll have to spend extra for the stand.
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Aug 11, 2001
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Just redeemed. Finally something I can use my 11k balance on.
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Apr 11, 2006
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Damn, too bad not allowed to use on high rise balconies, else I'd buy one.

This is the first year that air miles start expiring, so I need to get something before end of the year.
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Jul 21, 2001
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This is a handy little BBQ for light cooking, with the 2 burners it's great for indirect cooking. Got this at Canadian Tire for $369+tax less the 2 $50 gift cards a couple months back, the one with the go cart attached. Solid burner, recommended!
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Good thing you mentioned this otherwise I wouldn't have known. Haven't really collected much this past year now that I've cancelled my airmiles amex.
kenchau wrote: Damn, too bad not allowed to use on high rise balconies, else I'd buy one.

This is the first year that air miles start expiring, so I need to get something before end of the year.
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slaman wrote: I really need the stand for this, but that costs $179 + HST (eek!)

I wish they had the version with the stand
earthpetal wrote: maybe you could try find one at Ikea, seen some outdoor serving carts around $100 at the store

$90.

http://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/produ ... /S49048406

$115 with stainless steel top.

I might do this.


EDIT - or this one

http://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/produ ... /S29033415

$105 or $115 with stainless top.

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