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I have been buying Kingsford Charcoal at Costco
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I have been buying Kingsford Charcoal at Costco
Any suggestions where I can find it at a good price in the "off season" at Costco? They won't have anymore until March 2007. The pack I was buying was 2-21# bags for $10.99+tax. That works out to about $.28 a pound. Thanks in advance for your help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
09-28-2006 09:13 PM
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Hey BBQUte,

Home Depot has 2-24# bags for $11.88 year-round, I have only seen them on sale once or twice in the past 3 years. But this is a good price as it is.

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09-28-2006 09:18 PM
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I also get my dual-bag packs at Home Depot, but I think the new Kingsford comes in 18-pound bags, so it's 36 pounds for roughly $12.

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09-28-2006 10:07 PM
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...or is it 19 lbs.? Hell, I can't remember. :?
09-28-2006 10:08 PM
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Lowes carries charcol year round as well. I just called them to be sure and they said that they sell them for $6 a bag -- no multi packs. Home Depot seems to always have the best price though.

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09-29-2006 08:03 AM
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Sam's club has it in year round twin pack 21 ish lbs, for just under $11.00, if you're not a member but would like some picking up, let me know and I will see what I can do to help out!

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