deals13.9 lb. original charcoal briquettes (2-packā€¦

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Nice deal.
Personally, I went to charcoal and a chimney a few years ago and now I love it. Briquettes can change the flavor. The real charcoal doesn't seem to have as much of a change on the food.

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Definitely a great deal. I agree on briquettes changing the flavor, but I do like to use them in combination with hardwood for a longer and hotter burn.

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This will go great with my $20 shop-vac

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They have this deal once a year at Lowes or Home Depot. I always stock up and never have to buy charcoal for the rest of the year or longer. plus, I can cook out more often and not have to worry about wasting money on charcoal.

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Now I need to find a new charcoal grill. C'mon Deal.Woot!

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Last summer and fall Home Depot had two 20lb. bags for $7.97. These are only 13.8lb bags. Comes out to about 3 cents more per pound - still a decent deal.

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Anyone else getting an error when they try to add it in cart?

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@ryan5609: I do the same thing. I still have 4 or 5 two-packs of the 20 pound bags piled up in my garage. I may get a few more now, just in case.

I thought HD usually did this around a holiday weekend -- Memorial Day, if my memory is correct. Odd that they're doing it now.

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awesome! definate great buy..going to home depot after work!

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I get a Java script error when trying to purchase at my local HD store

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this is pick up only, I believe - awesome deal though. I'll definitely be stocking up.

Regarding changing the flavor, I have never been able to tell the difference from natural hardwood charcoal and briquets unless i use lighter fluid (which i never use). What i like about the briquets is they tend to burn longer as the hardwood tends to burn hotter, but for a shorter amount of time.

Either way, if you're burning coals, you're doing it right.

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wait...there's a difference between charcoal and "briquettes"? please explain.

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@mrsque: hardwood charcoal looks like burnt hardwood...check this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TK9l7FvQUnA

It's great stuff, and it's nice knowing your "briquette" isnt being held together by any petroleum product...at the end of the day though, I always go back to the kingsford briquette - i like the hardwood stuff, i just find it peters out and requires additional care if you're grilling out for a while or trying to cook something for an extended period of time.

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Just got back from my local Home Depot. They had this deal bulked out on pallets by the grills with a sign that said "Spring Black Friday. Do not move to floor until 3/29." Then a huge price tag of $5.88. I bought it and it rang up correctly. Sweet deal.

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Local store showed 3. I ordered 2, hoping to receive a pick-up text message soon.

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Awesome deal - just picked up a few at my local store. FYI - they won't provide the military discount on this because it's considered a "Black Friday" deal.

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Awesome- I'll grab some for our Cabin. We need a new Webber for home; had an 80k burgulary of our home last August. They stole rverything from the home theater to the emergency "power-out" flashlight/nightlights, the heirloom stuff & all our jewelry to our Tassimo & Cuisinart coffee maker, from our vacuum cleaner to the paper towels, TP & lightbulbs. And my husband's Raiders collectables (mostly framed & autographed photos) Oh, and they stole our crappy 20+ yr old charcoal Webber!
But thanks for the heads-up on this! :)