Tesco Small Charcoal Bucket BBQ - Orange, Yellow, Turquoise £2.50 @ Tesco Direct (free click and collect) seems to be available instore at same price. - HotUKDeals
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Showing on website at £5 (down from £10) but adds to basket at £2.50

Perfect for taking on a picnic (as long as it's just you and the missus). Good reviews.

Currently available in Orange, Yellow and Turquoise.

Navy Blue now OOS.

Here's a link to all of them to try http://www.tesco.com/direct/search-results/results.page?catId=4294967294&searchquery=Tesco+Small+Charcoal+Bucket&SrchId=4294967294&_requestid=1193427
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#2
few different colours of this goin thru at 2.50 I ordered one In turquoise :-)
1 Like #3
double0shell
few different colours of this goin thru at 2.50 I ordered one In turquoise :-)

Yeah, thanks. I just spotted that and was adding the links X)
1 Like #4
Good deal deeky, will grab one later, cheers :)
#5
Ordered 1 of each colour at 3am, hopefully they'll honour it
2 Likes #6
Nice find deek thanks :D
1 Like #7
Brilliant, thanks op! ordered the turquoise one :)
banned 1 Like #8
Thanks OP have ordered a navy blue one :)
#9
Showing £5 not £2.50
#10
Thanks just ordered
1 Like #11
terayon00
Showing £5 not £2.50

The ones I have listed show at £2.50 AFTER you add to the basket.
3 Likes #12
They're changing them now. Navy back to £5 but the others are still £2.50.
Quiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiick!!

EDIT: False alarm - they're still all £2.50. I had two in my basket :p

Edited By: deeky on Jul 28, 2014 09:14
3 Likes #13
I'd go for the Navy one, it's bigger than the other colours! :{
1 Like #14
Thanks op! Been after something like this for a few weeks!
#15
I use one of these to light my chimney starter for the main BBQ, is perfect for it!
1 Like #16
witnessmenow
I use one of these to light my chimney starter for the main BBQ, is perfect for it!

You mean you just burn paper in it and put the starter on top?
1 Like #17
lol was on about getting one of these last night, ty deeky
2 Likes #18
Dehumanization
lol was on about getting one of these last night, ty deeky

You're very welcome. I knew there was a reason why I posted it X)
1 Like #19
The turquoise one looks like it has a little evil face on it X)

.. and the orange one has a duff handle. oO
3 Likes #20
toonarmani
The turquoise one looks like it has a little evil face on it
.. and the orange one has a duff handle. oO

You're right. maybe that's why they're selling them cheap.
1 Like #21
^ rofl
1 Like #22
Just purchased BBQ £2-50. Also got BBQ tool set for £2-50 (marked £5).
1 Like #23
Doubting Thomas
Just purchased BBQ £2-50. Also got BBQ tool set for £2-50 (marked £5).

See, Doubting Thomas. I told you! ;)
1 Like #24
Thank you got mine on order! !
#25
Wonder if I buy several then invite peeps round for a BBQ and say here ya go cook it ya self would go down well?

Darren.
#26
Thanks!!
#27
utopiangames
Wonder if I buy several then invite peeps round for a BBQ and say here ya go cook it ya self would go down well?

Darren.

It's a good idea that. A barbecue party. They could cook it exactly how they like it then and you could concentrate on your own.
#28
I just purchased one hope they are not Tiny!
1 Like #29
Ainebanie
I just purchased one hope they are not Tiny!

Actually I think they are made of tin X)
1 Like #30
Blue now OOS
1 Like #31
Thanks no need for this but for £2.50 ill have one lol
1 Like #32
Cheers. Bought 4! Had cash vouchers I had forgotten about from club card vouchers so they cost me nowt!!!
1 Like #33
deeky

It's a good idea that. A barbecue party. They could cook it exactly how they like it then and you could concentrate on your own.

Yeah that's what I was thinking, recently done a BBQ for 9 family members and some of em were awkward customers lol.

It might also cut down on waste as I do tend to throw a lot on then peeps get full and I end up giving it the dog lol.

Recommend the long lasting weber coals that last 4 hours, got a 10kg bag recently for about £17 and they lasted over 4 hours compared to an hour at best for the standard coals so a late night BBQ can double up as a heater or if peeps get hungry a few hours later.

Darren.




Edited By: utopiangames on Jul 28, 2014 10:32
1 Like #34
Thanks for this, been looking at them for a while hoping they would reduce in price. Bought an orange one for camping this weekend.
#35
utopiangames
deeky

It's a good idea that. A barbecue party. They could cook it exactly how they like it then and you could concentrate on your own.

Yeah that's what I was thinking, recently done a BBQ for 9 family members and some of em were awkward customers lol.

It might also cut down on waste as I do tend to throw a lot on then peeps get full and I end up giving it the dog lol.

Recommend the long lasting weber coals that last 4 hours, got a 10kg bag recently for about £17 and they lasted over 4 hours compared to an hour at best for the standard coals so a late night BBQ can double up as a heater or if peeps get hungry a few hours later.

Darren.




Go Outdoors ain't bad for Weber charcoal. You can get 14kg for £21.60 if you have a card. http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/weber-weber-charcoal-7kg-p94953
#36
Got one of these, paid a fiver for it in store. I tried it out last week, it seems ill designed. The silver inner receptacle that holds the coal while deep enough is not wide enough, it also sits too low below the grill grating. I totally filled it with charcoal and there wasn't enough
heat, even after 45 minutes of lighting.
One solution would be to raise the inner coal receptacle up, sand would be ideal, but there are holes in the outer casing...
#37
scottswaha
Got one of these, paid a fiver for it in store. I tried it out last week, it seems ill designed. The silver inner receptacle that holds the coal while deep enough is not wide enough, it also sits too low below the grill grating. I totally filled it with charcoal and there wasn't enough
heat, even after 45 minutes of lighting.
One solution would be to raise the inner coal receptacle up, sand would be ideal, but there are holes in the outer casing...

Ah, ok. How about a half brick then?
#38
deeky
scottswaha
Got one of these, paid a fiver for it in store. I tried it out last week, it seems ill designed. The silver inner receptacle that holds the coal while deep enough is not wide enough, it also sits too low below the grill grating. I totally filled it with charcoal and there wasn't enough
heat, even after 45 minutes of lighting.
One solution would be to raise the inner coal receptacle up, sand would be ideal, but there are holes in the outer casing...

Ah, ok. How about a half brick then?

yeah, so long as it's stable...
1 Like #39
Bah beat me to it, just found these instore too.

There were also masterchef BBQ tools and gloves for £1.75 each down from £7.

Edited By: simplyjimbo on Jul 28, 2014 10:51
#40
simplyjimbo
Bah beat me to it, just found these instore too.

Same price?

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