Deluxe 2 Burner Gas BBQ - £12 in-store @ Woolworths - HotUKDeals
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Put another shrimp on the barbie with this stylish Two Burner Gas BBQ. It features an adjustable dual burner allowing you to cook different meats at the same time. It also comes with a side handle
Online this shows as £39.99 in the sale, but in my local Woolworths (Metrocentre, Gateshead) I only paid £12.00!
Not many left, don't know about other stores
My first deal, so please be gentle.
Sorry don't know how to do pics or links.
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banned#1
Rubbish
#2
aberfal;2734384
Rubbish


Well that wasn't a very constructive post, now, was it?


milky1965 - I've added " £12 in-store @ Woolworths" to the title. Do you have a link to this item online so people can see it?

Please see the links in my signature for help on posting deals.
#3
http://www.woolworths.co.uk/web/jsp/product/index.jsp?pid=50836353

Looks like it?

Was: £44.99

Save: £5.00

Now: £39.99


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Put another shrimp on the barbie with this stylish Two Burner Gas BBQ. It features an adjustable dual burner allowing you to cook different meats at the same time. It also comes with a side handle and wheels, making moving it around light work.


Features

* 2 gas burners
* Piezo ignition
* Side handle and wheels
* Wooden side shelves
* Hose and regulator included inside
* Cooking area - 41 x 23cm
* Propane gas cylinder required (sold separately)
#4
Hi emmajk42, thanks very much for info and help. I've now added a pic and link to Woolworths.
Don't know why aberfal thinks it's rubbish.
I bought TWO of these (one for my sister) and they cost me £12 each.
Was told they get rid of all summer stock at greatly reduced price, coz it's cheaper than putting it into mass storage like they used too!
#5
Yes alfreer1, that's the one thanks, but only £12 instore!!
#6
milky1965
Yes alfreer1, that's the one thanks, but only £12 instore!!


Pleasure :)
#7
Gr8 find :thumbsup: did they have many in stock at metro centre ??:thumbsup: VOTED HOT HOT HOT !!!!
#8
err gas !!!! all your food will taste of spent gas fumes !!! YUK !!! that aint no bbq
#9
Thanks for the update milky1965 and thanks for the help alfreer1.
#10
May as well cook indoors and serve out?

Gas barby's dont do the job that proper barby's do, like the soot and grit thing :-D
#11
Regardless of gas - it's still a sizzler.

They also had tons of these at Woolworth's Byker at £12 each.
#12
cats
err gas !!!! all your food will taste of spent gas fumes !!! YUK !!! that aint no bbq


Huh? Do you actually know what you're talking about, or are you making poor assumptions based on your limited knowledge of bbqs?

Gas bbqs are great, easy, reliable cookers, and do not taint the food. While this one is a basic model, at £12 its a bargain.

For those expecting a complete bbq for £12, dont forget that you may also need to purchase a gas regulator (£6-8) separately, 'rent' a gas bottle (£10+), and then buy the gas it also contains (£10-25).
#13
cats
err gas !!!! all your food will taste of spent gas fumes !!! YUK !!! that aint no bbq


Oh dear....:roll:
#14
Hey these are a great buy, i bought one and gonna put it away til next summer. they were selling like hot cakes £12 for a gas barbie cant see them being cheaper else where.
banned#15
doesnt look great tbh
#16
St Pierre
doesnt look great tbh


Move along then :thumbsup:
#17
cats;2734900
err gas !!!! all your food will taste of spent gas fumes !!! YUK !!! that aint no bbq


As opposed to smelling of charred wood, burnt fat & the paraffin based products used for lighting it?

Funny that, here gas ovens & grills are installed in almost every restaurant from Michelin 3 Star to greasy spoon cafes and in threequarters of homes. Maybe it's different on your planet?
#18
it looks exactly the same as my gran bought from argos for about £40 not to long ago, came with the regulator
#19
St Pierre;2736276
doesnt look great tbh

Have been thinking about getting a Gas BBQ this summer, but havent got around to it yet, cause the weather has been so bad. I wouldn`t mind paying £12 for one of these and only getting to use it a couple of times, I`d be well cheesed off spending £100`s though, wot a waste of cash that would have been this summer!
#20
thank you so much. i rang my local Woolworths at Norwich Riverside and reserved one., paid for it ,put in boot of car and went back for more bargains. bought Hozelock complete outside tap starter kit for £ 4 and 3 Spear and Jackson solar spot lights for £5. aaleedgedly original price £39.99
#21
We bought a gas bbq this year, though unfortunately only used it 3 times with the weather. I decided that the prob with the charcoal is that you really have to make a concerted effort to have a bbq, whereas with the gas if you get some sun for a bit it only takes a few minutes to be ready to cook. The food has been fine and does not taste of gas! Can also by smoked wood chips to add different "flavours" to your food.
I think the gas bbq is prob better value than a charcoal one and at this price its a steal!
#22
Plenty in Lancaster store for anyone up this way! Bought 2, one for us, one's a bargain pressie.
#23
Managed to get 1.

Great deal. Just in time for........ oh.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/49/Rain_cloud_swifts_creek_0107.jpg/800px-Rain_cloud_swifts_creek_0107.jpg
#24
cats
err gas !!!! all your food will taste of spent gas fumes !!! YUK !!! that aint no bbq

No it doesnt, that is a common misconception

sedj
May as well cook indoors and serve out?

Gas barby's dont do the job that proper barby's do, like the soot and grit thing :-D

Read my responce above please.

wrinklyproon
thank you so much. i rang my local Woolworths at Norwich Riverside and reserved one., paid for it ,put in boot of car and went back for more bargains. bought Hozelock complete outside tap starter kit for £ 4 and 3 Spear and Jackson solar spot lights for £5. aaleedgedly original price £39.99

Do you happen to have the product code so I can call my local tomorrow and see if they have one? What else do I NEED to get with it, something about a regulator?
Thanks

never_waz
We bought a gas bbq this year, though unfortunately only used it 3 times with the weather. I decided that the prob with the charcoal is that you really have to make a concerted effort to have a bbq, whereas with the gas if you get some sun for a bit it only takes a few minutes to be ready to cook. The food has been fine and does not taste of gas! Can also by smoked wood chips to add different "flavours" to your food.
I think the gas bbq is prob better value than a charcoal one and at this price its a steal!

Me and my girlfriend have bought 2 charcoal BBQ's this summer, the first we left at the camp site when we went to the Renault World Series at Silverstone, we had used it maybe 20 times and it was only a fiver from tesco,
The second was a knock-down priced one from Focus, cost £8 and is still going strong, i think for the best part of a month we had BBQ's almost every evening, lol, the one that is sat out in the rain now was even constructed for the very first time in the rain, so it should be used to it now :p

Mike..
#25
never_waz
We bought a gas bbq this year, though unfortunately only used it 3 times with the weather. I decided that the prob with the charcoal is that you really have to make a concerted effort to have a bbq, whereas with the gas if you get some sun for a bit it only takes a few minutes to be ready to cook. The food has been fine and does not taste of gas! Can also by smoked wood chips to add different "flavours" to your food.
I think the gas bbq is prob better value than a charcoal one and at this price its a steal!

my husband always said gas bbqs were cheating and wouldn't taste the same, but friends of ours held a bbq (using their new gas one) the same night as we held ours (using our good old charcoal one) and as theirs was practically over, everyone happily fed, we'd just started cooking ours after letting the coals burn etc, and were unfortunately rained off, so my hubbie was an easy convert!!
#26
H E L P............................ Has anyone seen any of these bbq`s in Scarborough or Selby could really do with buying one :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
#27
Managed to pick one up (well my Mum did:p) from Iopswich today, apparently it was the last one, sorry.
great price, my GF just called and I told her I got a new one and was throwing her old one out, I got abuse not a thanks!!!
Anyone want a new GF? lol

Mike..
#28
[QUOTE=MikeBeaver;2747344
Anyone want a new GF? lol
[/QUOTE]

Please post pictures and asking price.
#29
"gas" and "barbecue" don't really go together.

More like an outdoor grill. May as well cook your food indoors and take it outside. (or a george foreman grill and a long extension cable).

good price compared to the rrp, but a complete waste of time.
banned#30
nihcaj;2736330


Funny that, here gas ovens & grills are installed in almost every restaurant from Michelin 3 Star to greasy spoon cafes and in threequarters of homes. Maybe it's different on your planet?



Use the oven in the kitchen then?

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