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YMMY Everyday Essentials BBQ 5+1 Burner 67,000BTU CLEARANCE $219.94 + 80-100K PC POINTS

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[Loblaws] YMMY Everyday Essentials BBQ 5+1 Burner 67,000BTU CLEARANCE $219.94 + 80-100K PC POINTS

Hey Guys,

I was at Loblaws on Merivale in Ottawa yesterday and they had their BBQ's stacked at the entrance on clearance. The 'Everyday Essentials' model was on for $219.94. It is also a bonus points week hwere you get 20K points for each $50 spend you make on Home / Toys / Baby etc, if you buy the BBQ alone you'll get 80K PC Points, add $30 filler to get 100K.

Not sure if this is at all locations or just this one as I know clearance can vary store to store.
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** There was about 5-6 left at the time of my visit, there was also another slightly more expensive PC model on clearance.
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For those wondering . 2 left
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Jul 1, 2007
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Markham
It certainly looks nice, but how are they as a starter bbq? Anyone with experience with the brand compared to other low end grills like Expert Grill or Nexgrill?
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Nov 28, 2019
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Saint-Leonard, QC
Sold out in merivale, any one know where else we can get it?
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Sep 29, 2009
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Kitchener
cujosevic wrote: It certainly looks nice, but how are they as a starter bbq? Anyone with experience with the brand compared to other low end grills like Expert Grill or Nexgrill?
My father bought this early this year, it’s honestly not bad for the price from using it at his place. Heat is pretty even and controllable for the price. I believe it’s stainless steel grates though, so good luck getting a hard sear/impressive grill marks. Can’t speak to longevity since it was purchased in May.
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Won't beat this for a big backyard value bbq. Not everyone needs a $1500 Napoleon. They're fantastic but the value just doesn't compare to this. Even if this only lasts 2 years (which I would guess it'll last at least 3 or 4), a Napoleon isn't worth 5 or 6 of these. And anyone that talks about "performance" of a gas grill doesn't actually do any real bbqing.
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Dec 15, 2017
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cujosevic wrote: It certainly looks nice, but how are they as a starter bbq? Anyone with experience with the brand compared to other low end grills like Expert Grill or Nexgrill?
my experience is these cheap grills are not worth the hassle. My parents bought one and when it stopped working there was zero support, no parts, no customer service, now it's a lawn ornament. I would rather buy a used brand name BBQ because they're so cheap on kijiji and you can get parts at any home improvement store. I got my broil king 2 burner BBQ for free on kijiji and it's built solid. $200 saved buys at least 4 steaks these days.
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$179 by me - worth it?


Edit; Nevermind some guy took all 5 remaining at $179 at pickering loblaws, couldn’t even get 1 for my parents
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Dec 10, 2014
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Thanks OP. Picked up the last pc 52k and for $224 at Glen Erin in Mississuga. There was still 2 home essentials left in the outside garden cage.
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Apr 25, 2005
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Meek11 wrote: Sold out in merivale, any one know where else we can get it?
Barrhaven had a bunch last night. But the prices were different than OPs.

67k @ $239.xx
52.5k @ $274.xx but has NG conversion kit.
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Jun 11, 2013
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Can someone verify if the 20k points for every $50 spend you make on Home / Toys / Baby etc is applicable to BBQ? I asked their customer service and they told me the promo is not applicable for BBQ. Thanks
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Apr 30, 2018
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I bought one a few months ago. Not bad for the price hard to put together because some the location of some of the screw also if you put the fire control all the way down to minimum you need to keep checking it because the wind will blow the flame out. For this price I would definitely buy again the bbq looks nice and gets the job done.
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Dec 10, 2014
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tyray0922 wrote: Can someone verify if the 20k points for every $50 spend you make on Home / Toys / Baby etc is applicable to BBQ? I asked their customer service and they told me the promo is not applicable for BBQ. Thanks
Works perfect for BBQs and make sure it's Loblaws. Not a promo at Superstore.

If you are PC insider or even just sign up for trial and are able to get the PC BBQ you get 20% in pts as well as I did yesterday.
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Sep 11, 2017
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Bought this last year as a starter BBQ. For the price, it's great. We've had quite a few family BBQs with this unit. Decent even cooking, nice big cooking area, relatively easy to clean. However we gotta be careful when moving this around, of course it's made out of cheap thin alloy. But so far, no rusting, no broken parts, but we've had it covered with the BBQ cover in the winter and when not in used. For the money, it's a good deal.
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Consequence wrote: My father bought this early this year, it’s honestly not bad for the price from using it at his place. Heat is pretty even and controllable for the price. I believe it’s stainless steel grates though, so good luck getting a hard sear/impressive grill marks. Can’t speak to longevity since it was purchased in May.
The photo in the third post shows photos of the box with a call-out for "porcelain-coated cast iron cooking grids"

Tempted....
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This was Loblaws Pickering- all gone though
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Jun 11, 2013
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Loblaws Bullock in Markham had 4 left after I got one. Can confirm that the points offer went through. $219.94 at this location.
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Jul 1, 2007
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tyray0922 wrote: Loblaws Bullock in Markham had 4 left after I got one. Can confirm that the points offer went through. $219.94 at this location.
Just bought one at the same location... 2 left.
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Jun 11, 2013
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wmahmud wrote: $179 by me - worth it?


Edit; Nevermind some guy took all 5 remaining at $179 at pickering loblaws, couldn’t even get 1 for my parents
Found the guy on FBM selling for $300....
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