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Rockwood Lump in Philly Area

TakTak Posts: 88
Hey guys....looking to see if I have any eggers in the Philadelphia tri-state area that might be interested in getting a pallet of Rockwood would be $18.00 a bag....30 bags to the pallet....let me know....I have business address it can be shipped to here in Philly....if you like me your tired of trying to find good lump at a decent price....let me know....


  • jlsmjlsm Posts: 867
    Tak, I just drive up to Fred's twice a year and stock up. I use his "blue bag" charcoal and love it.
    Owner of a large and a beloved mini in Philadelphia
  • MattyMcMattyMc Posts: 81
    I was kicking around the idea of buying a half pallet of the blue bag charcoal from Fred's. My neighbor doesn't like it though so he wouldn't split it with me.
    Chester County, PA
  • Try the restaurant store in philly,they have royal oak for $11.00.
  • MattyMcMattyMc Posts: 81
    Headed to Fred's tomorrow! Tak, where in Philly are you located?
    Chester County, PA
  • EggcelsiorEggcelsior Posts: 11,869
    If you want to try Rockwood, I can give you a bag. I work in Baltimore but live 1 hour west. It may be a bit of a haul to meet halfway at somewhere like Maryland House off of 95 for just one bag.
  • frankie482frankie482 Posts: 254
    @eggcelsior PM sent
  • stlcharcoalstlcharcoal Posts: 1,534
    If you guys can swing two pallets, the price will drop by almost $1.50/bag because of the savings in shipping.   After that, each additional pallet only saves you about a $0.25/bag on shipping. 
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