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    For anyone on the fence or considering a pellet grill, Dicks has my model on a Black Friday sale. Something like $374 out the door with 25% off. That’s less then I paid.

    https://www.dickssportinggoods.com/p...24bttrplltxcfp
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    Quote Originally Posted by rider77 View Post
    For anyone on the fence or considering a pellet grill, Dicks has my model on a Black Friday sale. Something like $374 out the door with 25% off. That’s less then I paid.

    https://www.dickssportinggoods.com/p...24bttrplltxcfp
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    Take a look at ACE Hardware.

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    ya gotta have 120v ac for the pellet grilles to work, right?

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    Yes
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    I see a "green mountain" brand that says it will work on 12v dc or 120v ac. im looking for something to use at the campsite. wouldn't take a lot of power so an inverter would prolly work on any of them, huh?

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    not yo hijack the thread, but anyone have any input on heartland travel trailers, esp. the prowler line?

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    Not sure on the Green Mountain.
    But mine doesn’t need all that much power to run. It’d easily run on an inverter.
    All it needs is a glow plug and auger motor.
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    $10 for a 20lb bag at Cabelas. I believe they are made by Lumberjack

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    I have been on the edge of getting a pellet grill but the cost always drives me away. Loll, I did see a Pit boss that had close to 500sqft surface area for one $189 at Lowe's. But before I could react to go buy it they all sold out everywhere. I'm still look around and see what I can get. Any deals you guys see out there?

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    I just dropped a grand on a weber Gen II, so I'm not looking to spend more on a pellet smoker, but I did buy this:

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spitz View Post
    $10 for a 20lb bag at Cabelas. I believe they are made by Lumberjack

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    I once had 30~40# of pellets in a storage container (forgot which brand).
    Got real busy and didn't get to use it for almost a year...
    They lost their flavors. Just wood pellets...
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    Quote Originally Posted by NarutoRUN View Post
    I have been on the edge of getting a pellet grill but the cost always drives me away. Loll, I did see a Pit boss that had close to 500sqft surface area for one $189 at Lowe's. But before I could react to go buy it they all sold out everywhere. I'm still look around and see what I can get. Any deals you guys see out there?
    There are Camp Chef models available from Dicks Sporting Goods that go on sale for between $299-$399.
    My 24” ZG slide and grill was on sale for $399, then another $150 for the sidekick when it was on sale.

    https://www.dickssportinggoods.com/p...%20and%20grill

    https://www.dickssportinggoods.com/p...hef%20sidekick
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