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[Costco] Louisiana Grills LG900 - Pellet Smoker ["SMOKING" HOT] - $599.97

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[Costco] Louisiana Grills LG900 - Pellet Smoker ["SMOKING" HOT] - $599.97

This is the Best deal I have seen on an LG 900 Louisiana Grill Smoker by $200+. I purchased this yesterday @ Costco Saint John, N.B. [YMMV]

It is 175lbs, so make sure you have assistance for unloading.

This is one of the best pellet smokers available today. If your in the market, and can get this deal locally, I wouldn't hesitate.
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Vacek1 wrote: Testing
Test positive.

It is a good price and I think it will be huge YMMV but I’ll keep my eye out for it. The extra warranty, higher temps then treager, and Costco backing means you got yourself a solid deal.
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DealCanuck wrote: Repost
I don’t see the pellet anywhere else either. I believe it was Kamado for the other .97 deal
1. Poor man buys twice
2. Don’t buy because cheap. Buy it if needed/it brings convenience/happiness.
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4. If gut says don’t tell your lady, don’t!
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I bought one today in Gatineau at this price. Had some time to kill so visited the costco for beer and spotted the grill so I bought it. There was one left after I took mine.

It was on sale a couple weeks ago in Mississauga for $650 but didn’t buy it.
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Nice find OP. I'll buy one of these eventually.

The running cost on these grills is quite high due to pellet costs and I suppose I'm having a mental block when I see how cheap pellets are in the states (totally different environment, I know).
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Nice find OP. I'll buy one of these eventually.

The running cost on these grills is quite high due to pellet costs and I suppose I'm having a mental block when I see how cheap pellets are in the states (totally different environment, I know).
Please don't ask or beg for "thanks". Don't act like this is Facebook. If someone found your post helpful, let them decide if they want to make that click. The more you beg, the less you'll get. Cheers
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Richfields wrote: Nice find OP. I'll buy one of these eventually.

The running cost on these grills is quite high due to pellet costs and I suppose I'm having a mental block when I see how cheap pellets are in the states (totally different environment, I know).
Join the Canadian Pellet Grillers group on FB, and see what we use as an alternative to "food grade" pellets, which don't actually exist. I'm paying as low as $20/120lbs, and my big smoker will run a lb/hour. I buy name brand pellets for $0.50/lb also.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1340477832677320/
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Who the hell is down voting this? Amazing price on an amazing grill. I've had mine for almost three years and absolutely adore it.
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mrmark wrote: Join the Canadian Pellet Grillers group on FB, and see what we use as an alternative to "food grade" pellets, which don't actually exist. I'm paying as low as $20/120lbs, and my big smoker will run a lb/hour. I buy name brand pellets for $0.50/lb also.
I assume you mean Canadian pellet grill owners group. Funny enough Canadian single man and Canadian single woman also come up as search suggestions fo groups.
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mrmark wrote: Join the Canadian Pellet Grillers group on FB, and see what we use as an alternative to "food grade" pellets, which don't actually exist. I'm paying as low as $20/120lbs, and my big smoker will run a lb/hour. I buy name brand pellets for $0.50/lb also.
Thank you, I'll look it up.
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