Grilling season has officially started, which is why it's a bit unusual to see discounts on grills that you might actually want. But the sweet spot in Weber's somewhat iconic charcoal grilling lineup is on sale today.
Slickdeals is running a promotion with BuyDig to discount a whole slew of gas grills, but there's one charcoal grill that's worth highlighting. It's Weber's One-Touch Gold Grill, which is an update of the Weber Kettle with a couple of features that make it more convenient. For instance: a hinged cooking grate, so it's a bit easier to add more charcoal. Also: an ash catcher on the bottom and a "one-touch" cleaning feature that I can't vouch for. Usually it's $150, but the code SDSPRING knocks it down to $131 with free shipping—which is probably the best price we'll see until grilling season has come to a close. [Buydig via Wirecutter Deals via Slickdeals]
• Weber One-Touch Gold Grill | Buydig via Wirecutter Deals | Use coupon code SDSPRING
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