Labor Day weekend may be here, but that's no reason for cookout season to end. If you're hankering for a nice grilled burger (or five), well, there's actually no better time to get a deal on a primo grill. Case in point: the Traeger wood-fired grill and smoker is $150 off at QVC — it’s just $500, down from $650. These Traegers rarely go on sale, and when they do, they sell out quickly. So get on it.
What’s special about this grill? A lot. For one, it doesn’t use dirty charcoal or stinky propane — it uses hardwood pellets to infuse food with yummy outdoorsy flavor. And it doesn’t just grill — the 6-in-1 powerhouse smokes, bakes, roasts, braises and BBQs.
Don't want to pay all in one go? Opt for three Easy Pay installments of just $166.66 instead. And if you're new to QVC, here's a yummy offer: You'll get an extra $15 off your purchase of $35 or more with the code OFFER. Second-time shoppers get $10 off purchases of $25 or more with code HELLO10.
The pellets used in the Pro Series 22 infuse your meats and veggies with that delicious smoky flavor found at the best barbecue joints in the country. Pellet grills are designed to be easy to use, too — just pour 'em into the grill, set the temperature and you can basically forget about it until it's time to dig in.
Trager grills come with plenty of history: They were invented over 30 years ago in Oregon and are now a worldwide bestseller. And, though they turn out thoroughly modern fare, they've got a cool, old-timey look.
Plus, pellet grills do more than just grill: You can braise, bake and even barbecue. Smoking is no problem, either. There’s 572 square feet of grilling space, so you can make veggies and meat all in one go. It comes with two temperature probes, an all-weather cover and it's on wheels, so you can zip it around from your porch or garage to your backyard in a flash.
This model is a standout deal and an investment that's sure to keep your tummy happy well after summer bids us adieu. Fire it up.
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