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You Can Still Get a Grill Before Your Fourth of July Barbecue—Including $200 Off a Popular Weber

Save before you fire up the grill on Sunday.
By Zarah Kavarana
July 02, 2021
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Is there anything more American than red, white, and blue—and good barbecue? For grill enthusiasts across the country, the Fourth of July poses the ultimate excuse to fire up an epic feast of sizzling burgers, juicy brats, and even a few skewered fixings. After all, America's birthday is basically the nation's unofficial grilling holiday, and in order to celebrate like Uncle Sam, you're going to need a great grill.

If you didn't score a sweet grill deal on Prime Day, don't stress. Plenty of retailers like Amazon, Walmart, Home Depot, Wayfair, and BBQ Guys are offering outrageous savings on top outdoor barbecues in advance of the Fourth of July weekend—and some (like the $93 Char-Griller Patio Pro Charcoal Grill) are even cheaper now than were last week during Amazon's two-day savings event

Score serious savings on iconic Weber grills like the Genesis II E-315, Spirit II E-210Original Kettle Premium Charcoal Grill, and even the SmokeFire EX4 Wood-Fired Pellet Grill that's now $200 off. If wood-pellet grills are your thing, this all-inclusive Trager bundle is also on sale, as is the under $450 Pit Boss 700FB Pellet Grill. Charcoal stans shouldn't look past the nearly 30% off savings on this Dyna-Glo option or the Kamado Joe Kamado Charcoal Grill with a deep over-$200 discount. And if portability is all you're after, the convenience of Cuisinart's Outdoor Electric Grill and Coleman's RoadTrip 285 Propane Grill are both solid choices that happen to be $48 off.

Keep scrolling to shop our favorite Fourth of July outdoor grill sales:

Best Deals on Gas Grills

Charcoal Grill
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Best Deals on Charcoal Grills

Charcoal Grill
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Best Deals on Wood-Pellet Grills

Best Deals on Electric Grills

Charcoal Grill
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Best Deals on Portable Grills

Charcoal Grill
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The rarely on-sale Weber Genesis II E-315 is a workhorse like no other, available in both natural gas and propane options. It's an iconic backyard staple you've probably seen a time or two before, and that's for good reason. It instantly ignites, making it ideal for feeding a crowd in time for the fireworks—or throwing together a quick weeknight dinner. Cast-iron cooking grates evenly distribute heat, while a porcelain-enameled lid keeps it well contained.

For a smoky, fresh-from-the-flames taste, investing in a charcoal grill is a must. Dyna-Glo is an expert in the smoking space, so turn to this brand if you're looking to obtain complex levels of bold flavor. Now nearly 30% off, the Dyna-Glo Charcoal Grill features an adjustable crank that raises and lowers the charcoal tray to change the cooking temperature. A wide steel access door on the front of the grill makes it easy to reload charcoal, while a removable high-capacity ash pan won't need to be emptied often.

When it comes to wood-pellet grills, Traeger is an obvious top choice. This starter bundle from the brand not only includes its best-selling Pro Series 780 Wood-Pellet Grill and Smoker, but also a bag of hardwood pellets and a grill cover—all at a discounted price. Another thoughtful touch, the grill features a smart digital controller, so you can freely adjust and set temperatures from anywhere via your smartphone. Let freedom ring.

Just when you thought you couldn't beat the convenience of an electric grill, the Cuisinart Outdoor Electric Grill is here to prove you wrong. Not only can you tote this small, lightweight grill anywhere, but you can also travel without charcoal or gas in tow thanks to an intuitive plug-in design that simply requires a standard outlet to power-up. It's available in both tabletop and stand versions—and though the stand add-on is typically more expensive, both are on sale in time for your Fourth of July festivities, so there's now less than a $2 difference between the two. 

And speaking of portable grills, don't look past the colorful Coleman RoadTrip 285 for your next beach trip or tailgate. Three burners ignite match-free and are independently adjustable, allowing for total temperature-control. For convenience, a water pan catches fallen grease to make cleaning a breeze, while two side tables keep cooking utensils securely and sanitarily within arms reach.

Whichever you choose, these star-spangled savings won't last long, so shop them while their low prices last.