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Locating a small egg

DecDec Posts: 70
edited 5:20AM in EggHead Forum
Hi all,[p]It appears that BBQ's galore in the bay area only stock Big Green Eggs. I would like to buy a small egg new or used, and would like to know if anybody has any information on where I can find one. I am willing to travel 4 hours north and south of San Jose. Otherwise I will order one from Atlanta.
I will also e-mail BGE, they may have some helpful information as well.[p]Dec


  • JethroJethro Posts: 495
    Dec,[p]Try BGE's dealer by zip code locator at the link below.[p]Jethro
    [ul][li]Dealer Locator[/ul]
  • DecDec Posts: 70
    Jethro,[p]BBQ's galore is the only store on the search in my area.I could get zip codes of all the near cities, that may work. I did find a place up north in Washington that stocks all sizes. I sent them an email, so I will wait to see if the shipping cost is any less.[p]Dec[p]
  • MopMop Posts: 496
    There has been sightings of a "USED" egg in the past but there has never been concrete evidence![p]LOL.....I`m kidding, Bbrew found a used one and Hey!,,,you might get lucky, they really are not that common![p]Mop~

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