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Member’s Mark 957 sq in pellet grill $389.99

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[Princess Auto] Member’s Mark 957 sq in pellet grill $389.99

I’m not sure why this hasn’t been talked about. Just saw this today. Massive pellet grill, we bought one and the box barely fits In our suv. It was built for Sam’s club in the us. Good review and comes with Princess Autos return policy. You can also order online and have it shipped to your home for cheap.

Weekend project to assemble.
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I'd bbq every day if I had one that could use pallets, there are so many around here...
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Ottomaddox wrote: I'd bbq every day if I had one that could use pallets, there are so many around here...
Typo fixed.
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I just saw this today, and will probably pick one up. Awesome deal.
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Oh so tempted. Have a gas grill we use Herr and there, but use out smoker more than anything. This does seem like a decent middle ground. Free shipping too, which is shocking given its 172 lbs.

I'll see what else I can find on temp ranges and other reviews, but looks good OP, thank you.
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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I've been looking regularly for a pellet grill the last couple weeks. Good score for you and please report back.
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Remember. This is princess auto with their no question return policy. Just a few more days to buy
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This or a ceramic egg style cooker. I have a feeling if I take too long to decide, I am going to miss this deal lol
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Kuurgen wrote: This or a ceramic egg style cooker. I have a feeling if I take too long to decide, I am going to miss this deal lol
I have a kamado over 10 years and love it, they're awesome. That being said I'm in the market for a pellet grill.
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Just an FYI, but there are 55 left in stock as of right now.
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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Can anybody tell me which princess auto location, So i can pick one up :) please.
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vcheng20 wrote: I’m not sure why this hasn’t been talked about. Just saw this today. Massive pellet grill, we bought one and the box barely fits In our suv. It was built for Sam’s club in the us. Good review and comes with Princess Autos return policy. You can also order online and have it shipped to your home for cheap.

Weekend project to assemble.
Which location?
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I got it a few weeks back and it's a great bbq... Watch your back lifting it as getting it out of the back of the car was painful with 2 ppl say the least as the thing weight well over 100lb.

It burns about 1kg of pellet per hour so a full bag last around 10h of BBQing. And spare pellet is alot easier to keep around then propane!
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Kuurgen wrote: This or a ceramic egg style cooker. I have a feeling if I take too long to decide, I am going to miss this deal lol
2 different beasts IMO.

Pellets use pellets (duh) but don't really provide a whole lot of deep smoke without a smoke generator.
Ceramic cookers typically use charcoal and wood chips providing a better smoke.

Pellets are idiot proof. Pick a temp and go.
Most ceramics do have a thermometer available (usually at an extra cost) which can do the same thing. If you don't have one, you'll either have to buy one or manage the temperature yourself.

Pellet cookers are cheap.
Ceramics not so much (especially after temperature controller upgrades).

Pellets require electricity.
Ceramic does not (unless you have a temperature controller, but there's battery packs available)

At the end of the day, both have their positives and negatives. They're slightly different beasts trying to accomplish the same thing.
So yeah... this post probably doesn't help you at all.
Do you not have anything else to do rather than argue with strangers on the internet
Nope. That's why I'm on the internet arguing with strangers. If I had anything better to do I'd probably be doing it.
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death_hawk wrote: Pellets require electricity.
Only thing holding me back so far is the weather factor. I can use my keg in any situation without worry and the forecast.
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this is a steal of a deal. I wouldn't be surprised if it was made by the same company that makes Pitboss as the controller looks the same as some of theirs
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Keep in mind that there's a reason Traegar's are over $1000... these may not be as robust as one might like.
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To bad it didn't come with a bottle of Makers Mark
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Does anybody think this smoker will keep well in the winter?
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Sicario007 wrote: Does anybody think this smoker will keep well in the winter?
I would definitely get a cover for it or store it away.

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