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Best grill sales in June 2022

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Some of the best grill sales are happening right now. Now that the summer season is in full swing, retailers are offering sales on all types of grills. Plus, with Prime Day right around the corner, prices will remain low. 

We're rounding up the best grill sales you can get right now. From gas grills to outdoor smokers, these summer essentials will let you grill everything from burgers to veggies. 

Best grill sales

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Grill and cookware sale: deals up to 70% off @ Wayfair (opens in new tab)
Wayfair has one of the biggest grill sales we've seen. The retailer is taking up to 70% off all grills and cookware. After discount, prices start as low as $56 for a charcoal-based grill. For other deals from Wayfair, take a look at our Wayfair coupons (opens in new tab) page. 

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Ninja Foodi Indoor Electric Grill: was $229 now $159 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
The Ninja Foodi 5-in-1 might be one of the best air fryers around, but it also serves as an excellent smokeless, indoor electric grill. For rainy days when you're craving BBQ, the Ninja Foodi has you covered. 

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Grill sales: up to 25% off @ Overstock (opens in new tab)
Overstock is offering some aggressive outdoor grill sales. The retailer is taking from $300 to $900 off budget and premium grills. Pictured is the Cuisinart 14-inch Portable Grill for just $38.99. 

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Outdoor grills: up to $150 off @ Home Depot (opens in new tab)
Home Depot is kicking off its grill sales with a few price drops on Weber grills. The retailer is taking up to $50 off select grills. The sale includes both gas grills and natural gas grills that are part of Weber's Genesis II series. 

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Char-Broil Table Top Grill: was $56 now $44 @ Target (opens in new tab)
This 11,000 BTU portable gas grill is perfect for your backyard or taking to the beach. It features a 187 square inch grilling surface, which is  big enough to cook 8 hamburgers simultaneously. It's one of the best cheap grill sales we've seen. 

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Outdoor grills: up to 15% off @ Lowe's (opens in new tab)
Lowe's grill sales are taking up to 15% off grills from Char-Broil, Weber, Kenmore, and Pit Boss. After discount, prices start as low as $109. 

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Outdoor grill sales: up to 40% off @ Kohl's (opens in new tab)
Kohl's is slashing up to 40% off select outdoor grills and accessories during its latest grill sales. The sale includes portable grills, electric grills, charcoal grills, and more. 

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Outdoor grills: extra 30% off all items @ Macy's (opens in new tab)
Macy's is taking an extra 30% off its entire line of outdoor grills via coupon code "REFRESH". (The coupon can be stacked on sale items). Plus, orders of $25 or more ship free. After discount, you can get the Keg-a-Que Charcoal Grill (pictured) for $59.39. 

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20-Piece BBQ Grilling Set: was $79 now $26 @ Wayfair (opens in new tab)
The Whetstone BBQ Grilling Set includes 20 stainless steel utensils including tongs, a spatula, meat thermometer, 4 skewers, grill brush, and more. It's currently 56% off. 

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Grills and outdoor cooking: up to $120 off @ Sears (opens in new tab)
Sears has a wide range of grill sales with discounts of up to $120 off. The sale includes brand names like Kenmore, Char-Broil, Weber, Cuisinart, and more. 

How to choose the right grill for you

There are various types of outdoor grills on the market and picking the right one depends on your needs. Grill types generally fall into three categories: gas grills, charcoal grills, and electric grills. 

Gas grills require fuel (propane or natural gas), but heat up quickly with the turn of a knob. They're easier to use in that they offer more precise temperature control than a charcoal-based grill. 

Charcoal grills, on other hand, require a fire starter (charcoal) and are for intermediate or expert grillers. They take longer to heat up, but they give that classic smoky flavor that we all associate with backyard barbecues. Temperature control is tricky, so again these grills are best for those with outdoor grilling experience. 

Finally, an electric grill is the easiest grill to use. All it takes to heat them up is a power outlet. They provide intense heat, but they generally lack that hardy flavor you'd get from a charcoal-based grill. 

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. With over 10 years of deals-hunting experience, Louis price checks against multiple retailers and searches high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.