Deals: Labor Day Weekend Grills

Whether or not you're planning anything for this weekend, these grills on sale can help you to cook delicious food.

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Labor Day weekend is the your last chance to have an outdoor party until next year (for most of us anyway). It's also one of the last sale events of the year where you can get outdoor products, such as grills. You can entertain your guests with good food straight from the grill regardless of your budget and get prepared for next summer as well.

The deals below are some of the best ones we've found on grills for any need. From gas grills to charcoal and countertop, you can find something this weekend.


Weber 22-Inch One-Touch Gold Kettle Grill

BuyDig has a number of Weber grills on sale this weekend, including the One-Touch Gold Kettle Grill. The "one-touch" in the title refers to its cleaning system, which uses a lever to sweep out the ash and dump it into the removable ash catcher. It offers 363 square inches of cooking space, giving you ample room for charring the perfect burger or steak. This deal drops the price down to $129 with free shipping after using the coupon code "LABORDAY."


Weber Q 320 Portable Gas Grill

If charcoal isn't for you or you want something bigger than the other grills on this list, you can check out this portable gas grill—currently retailing for $338 with free shipping after using the coupon code "LABORDAY." If you're planning on hosting large gatherings (or just really like your meat), you'll like grilling burgers on the 462 square inches of cooking space. The product description claims that it can cook up to 18 burgers, 36 hot dogs, or two whole chickens at a time.

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Fire Sense 60450 HotSpot Large Yakatori Charcoal Grill

The Fire Sense Yakatori Charcoal Grill is meant for the consumer looking to own something more exotic. It's designed with the traditional Japanese grill in mind and is made from clay: perfect for handling charring at high temperatures. The center divider also lets you cook at two different temperatures simultaneously. Air-N-Water has it on sale for $44. You can get an extra five percent off by using the code "Save5" at checkout.

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West Bend Raclette Party Grill

Raclette is a type of cheese from Switzerland that is prepared on a grill like this one. Traditionally, the cheese is heated and then the melted part is scraped off. It can also be cooked with potatoes and vegetables. The melted goodness can go with many different dishes and can make for a unique party snack. This grill isn't used for steaks or hot dogs, but the party grill can be a welcome change. This deal through Amazon comes with free shipping and cuts the retail price down to a very affordable $59.

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George Foreman GGR50 Indoor/Outdoor Grill

It seems nowadays George Foreman is more well known for his countertop and portable grills than his wrestling career. This may not be a bad thing, since his name seems to be attached to inexpensive grills and presses that can be used indoors. This electric grill on sale at Amazon for $99 with free shipping comes with a removable pedestal and 240 square inches to cook with.

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Cuisinart 14-Piece Deluxe Stainless Steel Grill Set

Now that you have the grill in place, you're going to need some tools to cook with. You're not going to be flipping burgers with your hands, are you? Amazon has this Cuisinart grill utensil set on sale for $31 with free shipping. This storage case comes with a chef's spatula, grill tongs, a silicone basting brush, four pairs of corn holders, a cleaning brush, and an extra brush head.

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