dealskingsford 2-pack 20-lb (40-lb total) charcoal…

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Thanks! Ordered!

80 lbs of charcoal for under $20. Not a bad deal! (and I had a $20 gift card).

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Was there a shipping cost?

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Price varies by location. My lowes has it for 9.89

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Home Depot does this sale twice a year, before Memorial Day and Independence Day. I always stock up.

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SOB, just bought 40lbs from Sam's Club for $18. While this price is not as good as the $5.99 sale, I will still be picking some up for the winter.

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Crap....I still have 60 pounds from last time I saw this deal.... oh well....still a great buy for anyone that gets it..

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$9.88 for the deal at my Lowe's, but still a good deal.

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Don't forget to apply the 10% off coupon code... which will bring the price down about a dollar

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You can more than likely price-match this deal at HomeDepot if that's closer to you ( Meet and Beat by 10% ) . Source: I am a HomeDepot Cashier :) , I did this today for someone.

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When I put in the coupon code, the apply button is still grayed out and won't take it.

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It seems the code needs one more digit to work.

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@limarick: I finally got the code to work. I had to add another 4 to the beginning of the code.

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Doesn't matter if it's free. Kingsford has all kinds of additives that impart a bad taste to the food and stink when you first light it. Find some natural briquettes and taste the difference it makes. It's worth hunting to find it and yes, they do cost more but I don't like cooking with:

* mineral char
* mineral carbon
* limestone
* borax
* sodium nitrate
* sawdust

Natural briquettes are wood char and starch to bind it together. It makes a huge difference. You will never go back to Kingsford.

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I don't cook directly with Kingsford I use it for dutch ovens. Works great for that.

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@alylea: I hate to see you downvoted so heavily. I still buy Kingsford as a backup, but I buy ANYTHING else when I find a sale.

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@omnichad... Thanks for the words. It really doesn't matter what others think. Those who are serious BBQ people know the truth. All they have to do is read a little, and spend $9 to buy a bag of Stubbs briquettes at Lowes. The truth is in the lack of stink at light up and more importantly, in the taste of the final product and the lower ash at the end of the fire.

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Best stock up, Obama's EPA might ban this as well......

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@alylea: >Those who are serious BBQ people know the truth
>recommends using charcoal instead of glorious propane

lol k