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48 kg of Restaurant grade charcoal delivered free for £35.97 or 75p per kg at coals2u

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Please dont confuse this with the stuff sold in Aldi, Wickes, B & Q etc..... This excellent charcoal is produced in larger chunks so that it is ideal for use on a wide range of bbq's from the typic…
Monkeybumcheeks Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago60 Comments
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marmaluke
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But what about factoring in the £200 shed to store it all in ? Reckon if you had a barbecue every nice day that would last you a good four years in this neck of the woods .
Four bags of charcoal doesnt take up that much room, I keep mine in the truck.https://i1.wp.com/static.flickr.com/144/323113580_bfe1a8cdf8.jpg
Have you had any trouble getting the coals lit? I sat a couple of pieces on a gas hob for 10 minutes and they were still just going out after a few minutes!
Never had a problem with that.
I use a chimney starter.
Maybe I have a bad bag. Going to contact them tomorrow. I'm using a BGE and have never had issues before!
I'm sure they'll be fine mate. If not you might want to.mention that they are being talked about on a massive consumer website......I'm sure it won't come to that though ;)
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marmaluke
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psychobitchfromhell
But what about factoring in the £200 shed to store it all in ? Reckon if you had a barbecue every nice day that would last you a good four years in this neck of the woods .
Four bags of charcoal doesnt take up that much room, I keep mine in the truck.https://i1.wp.com/static.flickr.com/144/323113580_bfe1a8cdf8.jpg
Have you had any trouble getting the coals lit? I sat a couple of pieces on a gas hob for 10 minutes and they were still just going out after a few minutes!
Never had a problem with that.
I use a chimney starter.

Maybe I have a bad bag. Going to contact them tomorrow. I'm using a BGE and have never had issues before!
marmaluke
Monkeybumcheeks
psychobitchfromhell
But what about factoring in the £200 shed to store it all in ? Reckon if you had a barbecue every nice day that would last you a good four years in this neck of the woods .
Four bags of charcoal doesnt take up that much room, I keep mine in the truck.https://i1.wp.com/static.flickr.com/144/323113580_bfe1a8cdf8.jpg
Have you had any trouble getting the coals lit? I sat a couple of pieces on a gas hob for 10 minutes and they were still just going out after a few minutes!
Never had a problem with that.
I use a chimney starter.
Monkeybumcheeks
psychobitchfromhell
But what about factoring in the £200 shed to store it all in ? Reckon if you had a barbecue every nice day that would last you a good four years in this neck of the woods .
Four bags of charcoal doesnt take up that much room, I keep mine in the truck.https://i1.wp.com/static.flickr.com/144/323113580_bfe1a8cdf8.jpg

Have you had any trouble getting the coals lit? I sat a couple of pieces on a gas hob for 10 minutes and they were still just going out after a few minutes!
chipiejohn
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Stu
This is a deal for a BBQ hobbyist which clearly many of you aren't.

Those in the know will know that this is good gear and at less than a £1/Kg is pretty good.

This is proper charcoal not the consumer sh1t you find in DIY stores.

Good find OP.


​Haha 'those in the know', so funny all the experts which appear in every field imagineable on HotUKDeals


Maybe that's because someone, somewhere is an expert in anything you care to mention. And when someone takes the time to become an expert in something, they generally do a lot of it, meaning that they will likely be on the look out for ways to spend less whilst doing it.
Hence, they appear on sites like this, and I for one am glad of the advice and opinions they sometimes give on subjects I know little about.
What I don't like are the people that comment on here just to belittle these people when they clearly don't know what they are talking about.


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10KG of charcoal delivered for just £9.49 @ coals2u

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Seems like a pretty good deal to me, 10KG of charcoal delivered to your door for under a tenner at coals2u.co.uk If you prefer the briquettes you can grab them for £4.99 per 5KG bag delivered.
david_robinson94 Avatar3y, 6m agoFound 3 years, 6 months ago4 Comments
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you can get a 5KG bag in asda as standard

Edit: err for £5 (that might be the important part)

Edited By: BeerGoggles on May 20, 2013 23:32: price
Was pretty annoying then I thought I'd bought 30kg of coal delivered a couple of months ago for under £20 - would be useful for them to put that fact on the homepage!
LavenderGooms
Should be noted there's a £50 minimum order value on this site.
I had not noticed that, as was going to place my order this evening. I'll look to expire as I doubt anyone will look to buy 60KG's worth!
Should be noted there's a £50 minimum order value on this site.
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Taybrite/Ecoal/Homefire and Coal Bunker Deal £300.00

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Taybrite & Coal Bunker - Special Offer Deal Get a gleaming 500kg Galvanised Coal Bunker with 20 X 25kgs bags of Taybrite to go in it and SAVE up to 15% off standard retail prices! * To…
Onehotxfirefight Avatar6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago14 Comments
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@cambourne03 - We've just had a multi-fuel stove fitted and I can assure you that it is anything but cold!

@GROOVYCHICK69 - We love our stove. When it's up and running it heats the whole house. We have about three tonnes of coal briquettes stored outside but we try to only use a little coal each day. Most of the time we burn driftwood from the beach so our house is pretty much heated for free. :)
we have a log burner that can also burn coal and we do every day. Havent turned the heating on yet and despite there being a bit of a chill in the morning when you first get up the fire works fine, wont be taking up this deal as we already have plenty but thanks anyway to the poster
Just as a matter of interest, how long would a tonne of coal last if it was the only heat source for say a 3 bed well insulated semi detached in Accrington ? :p
Nobody has a coal fire nowadays. Voted cold
I see that the deal is from coals2u. I have reported them before for false advertising. They say that they offer free, nationwide delivery but they won't deliver north of the border. As far as I am aware Scotland is still part of the nation so their advert is false.