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Old 03-09-2010, 07:54 PM   #1
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Default Kingsford competition briquettes at costco

I just received my costco member savings coupons and Kingsford briquettes(comp and match light[yuck to match light]) both have 3.00 off twin bags. Not sure what the price is but its limit two and appear to be larger bags(i would guess 18-21lbs). You know costco, they dont go small.

As much as i love my stubbs(depending on the price of the kf comp) i might have to stock up on the comp. That damn borax is what would keep me from getting them, but at least i can share my find with others.

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Old 03-09-2010, 08:03 PM   #2
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My local Costco had a pallet of K-Comp out last weekend with no price on it. I asked an employee who looked it up and told me it was $15. I didn't buy any so I can't verify the price. With the $3 coupon it will be a great deal if the price is correct.
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For 12.00 ill stock up. While i wont use it for "smoking" i would use it for direct since all briquettes would need to be ashed over anyways, deleting the borax coating.

Now if costco would carry stubbs.
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Old 03-09-2010, 10:08 PM   #4
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Old 03-09-2010, 10:11 PM   #5
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How much is it regularly at Costco for the 2 pack?
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One 2 pack only, or Two 2 packs?
sold as the pair, qty of 2 two packs
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16.99 here for the twin pack...we tried some this weekend on some hot-n-fast butts. Not too shabby...
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sold as the pair, qty of 2 two packs
Awesome, thanks!
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you guys keep talking about stubbs, but I'm telling you, natures grilling hardwood is as good as it gets.
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you guys keep talking about stubbs, but I'm telling you, natures grilling hardwood is as good as it gets.
I dont like lump. It tends to flake at the bottom of the basket, which wouldnt be so bad, but the stoker blows the flakes and they end up on the food. Hope that makes sense. I might give lump a try again since im going to try out my baffles again.
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I just got some today, with the coupon it came out to be 13 bucks for two 15lb bags of the competition.
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I was just about to say the same thing. It was 16.79 for two bags - 3.00 coupon. Came out to 13.79+tax. Not too shabby. Im going to run a load tomorrow and see how i like it.

30lbs of briquettes for +/- 14.00
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I was just about to say the same thing. It was 16.79 for two bags - 3.00 coupon. Came out to 13.79+tax. Not too shabby. Im going to run a load tomorrow and see how i like it.

30lbs of briquettes for +/- 14.00
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Going this weekend to Costco get mine.
Natures Grilling any up in MN to run tests on?
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