Save Big During the Way Day 2023 Grill Sale on a Variety of Models

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It may still be too chilly to wear shorts in some parts of the country, but summer will be here before you know it. And with it, all those cookouts you’ve been dreaming of hosting since last year. Luckily, you can score up to 50 percent off grills from now through April 27 during Way Day 2023, Wayfair’s biggest event of the year, with products up to 80 percent off. (And in case your whole backyard is due for a revamp, outdoor lighting and décor is up to 70 percent off too.)

Even better, Wayfair is offering free shipping during Way Day 2023 on all orders $35 and up. (On orders under $35, shipping will likely only cost you $5.) Read on for the best buys of the Way Day 2023 grill sale, no matter your fuel preference.

The 10 Best Kitchen Deals at Way Day 2023

The Best Buys of the Way Day 2023 Grill Sale

If you like old-school charcoal grills, you can get this powerhouse from Royal Gourmet for 29 percent off during Way Day 2023. With porcelain-coated steel grates, a chrome-plated warming rack and a 184-square-inch offset smoker that can accommodate 20 or more burger patties at once, you’ll be able to feed the whole block in mere minutes. Smoke and grill meat in one fell swoop without firing up two different appliances; the height-adjustable charcoal pan makes for better heat control anyway. This grill even comes with a thermometer and a removable ash catcher.

Is propane more your speed? We’ve got you covered with this pick from R.W.FLAME that’s equipped with an extra side burner and a cool 19 percent discount. Crafted from stainless steel and porcelain-enameled cast iron, the grill ensures even heat and boasts enhanced grates that reduce flare-ups. The double-shelf construction allows you to defrost and preheat foods before they reach the grill, while four burners and an enameled warming rack make it a cinch to serve 10 to 15 people at once.

Best Wood Pellet Grill

3. Nexgrill Wi-Fi Wood Pellet Grill

Save a solid 39 percent on this Nexgrill piece that has an extra-long cooking area and generous hopper capacity. (It can accommodate a massive rack of ribs or a whole turkey, along with 20-plus pounds of pellets.) Since wood smoking is all about timing, temperature and timber, this grill connects to an app via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth to precisely monitor and control the cooking process for delicious results. It can also grill, bake, roast, braise and warm all your backyard favorites, in addition to smoking meats. Complete with a drip tray, side shelf, warming rack and meat probe, this beauty will be your BFF come Memorial Day weekend.

Maybe your fam isn’t into hosting barbecues, but you’re all big fans of camping, tailgating, road tripping and beaching. If so, look no further than this Blackstone portable grill, which is currently listed on Wayfair at a whopping 40 percent off. It may be small, but that means it heats up in no time at all. The H-style burner distributes heat like a charm across the entire griddle. Most importantly, it’s designed with a built-in igniter for precise heat control, an integrated grease management system and a drip tray for minimal mess.

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Taryn Pire is PureWow’s associate food editor. A former bartender and barista, she’s been writing about all things delicious since 2016, developing recipes, reviewing restaurants and investigating food trends at Food52, New Jersey Family Magazine and Taste Talks. When she isn’t testing TikTok’s latest viral recipe, she’s having popcorn for dinner and posting about it on Instagram @cookingwithpire.

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Food Editor

Taryn Pire is PureWow’s food editor and has been writing about all things delicious since 2016. She’s developed recipes, reviewed restaurants and investigated food trends at...