deals(2-pack) 13.9 lb. original kingsford charcoal at…

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Get those 4th o'July BBQs fired up!!

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Bought this during there "Spring Sale" a couple months ago. Solid deal.

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Great deal and GREAT timing. I just had a housewarming BBQ party and ran out of charcoal AND I received several gift cards to Home Depot.

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Great deal, shame that I have a gas grill.

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I like Kingsford charcoal, but I usually get the kind with the Mesquite or Hickory blended in. Always does a good job for me.

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I'm about out of the 20 bags I bought last year.
Time to restock.

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Gotta love this deal. But I am way too lazy for using briquets

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@djbowman: Get yourself a Weber Performer. I did and never looked back.

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I got this same deal at wal-mart not too long ago. Found right here on deals.woot. I wonder if Home Depot will be hiding these with no price tag like the monsters at wal mart. Expect more pay less.

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Awesome !!! Got mine ready for the 4th..

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To bad, according to one of the reviews this item does NOT work with gas grills....LOL

Good value 2 packs for $6 bones? Hard to beat. But that's where the value stops. Doesn't fit the burners in my gas grill and keeps falling between the tubes. If the coals don't light, it doesn't heat up--no food. Ended up getting take out bbq instead. Would not recommend this product to anyone.

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Got 8 of these during the spring sale, and I'll be getting another 8 or 10 to last me till next year. Home Depot had them right out in the front of the store(serveral stacks) with giant sale signs and price tags on them. I love Home Depot!

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Perhaps you folks have not yet discovered the clean burning beauty that is propane

signed,

Hank Hill

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We use this in chimneys to start our lump charcoal for competition cooks. We also use this on our Caja Chinas when we roast pigs, chicken and corn for catering parties. we will be stocking up big time again. on the forums they post pics of pallets that these guys buy. this is an awesome deal

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A year ago the bags were 20 lbs. each.

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@beezlebubba: Spend $100 get $10 off ..Use code PICKUP4TH at checkout. Valid 6/26/2012 through 7/4/2012.

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Just went down to the store in person and picked up 4 bags. Pretty awesome. I also bought a charcoal chimney for 15 bucks. I've never used one before, looking forward to trying it out.

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@stunna735: My Home Despot had them right next to the door when I walked in, huge mountains of double-pack bags with conspicuous signage. YMMV though

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The deal at lowes is better. I went there today and they have 2x 20lb bags for $12.99. Home Depots deal works out to a little over $4 a pound where Lowes is just over $3 a pound

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@j1tt3rz: It's the "Sure-Fire" grooves...removed weight in the charcoal...intended to provide better air flow for faster more efficient lights. 5 years ago they were 24 pounds.

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Solid deal. Too bad I prefer hardwood lump charcoal to briquettes. No additives, just 100% wood that has burnt to charcoal. Burns hotter and produces less ash. Royal Oak is my prefered but larzzi will do in a pinch. I only use briquettes when they are purchased for me by a well meaning friend or relative.