B&Q shopper spots BBQ worth £69 on sale for £25


SHOPPERS on the hunt for a bargain BBQ should head down to B&Q where it’s cut the price of a gas grill from £69 to just £25.

The DIY retailer first dropped the price of the “Mygar 2 Burner Gas Black Barbecue” down to £47, but it’s lowered the price for a second time and you can now snap it up in clearance for £25.

A shopper on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group first spotted the discount

That’s a saving of £44, or 64 per cent, and shoppers have been keen to get their hands on one.

The bargain was first spotted by a member of the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group who posted a picture of the discount in her local store.

The post has since racked up 1,800 likes and 3,400 comments with others keen to nab the deal.

One person wrote: “I could do with one of these couldn’t I?”, while another person added: “Online also – ordered mine, thank you.”

B&Q has confirmed the BBQ was initially priced at £69 before falling to £47 and now to £25

But the garden grill does have mixed reviews online so check first before rushing out to buy one.

The grill is available to order online, where you can click and collect for free in store, or you can get it delivered to your door for around £5 – fees vary depending on date.

You can also pick up the BBQ in stores – use B&Q’s stock check tool to find out if there’s availability near you.

When we checked one London postcode there was good availability but B&Q’s warns the offer is only available while stocks last.  

The BBQ itself promises enough space to serve six people with its two gas burners and the grill measures in at 50cm by 36cm.

It also comes with a side board so you can keep everything you need nearby. Just bear in mind you’ll need to buy the butane or propane gas to fire it up separately.

In comparison, the cheapest two burner BBQ we could find at Argos was a pricier £75, while Homebase has one reduced from £160 to £80, and Robert Dyas’ cheapest model is £179.99.

Check out our round-up of the cheapest disposable, charcoal, and gas BBQs.

Plus, these are the lockdown rules for having your mates round for a barbie.

Earlier this summer, Aldi launched a portable BBQ although it’s since sold out.

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