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FOGO for Canadians

bigalsworthbigalsworth Posts: 660
edited April 2017 in Forum List
Hey fellow Canadians, what bombing around on the FOGO website I found a link to dickson bbq in Ontario which is selling the 35lb 17lb bag of FOGO at a launch promo price of $35 with two bag $10 shipping anywhere in Canada.

http://www.dicksonbbq.com/fogo-super-premium-charcoal.html

I used to get my FOGO from amazon, but its somewhere around $100 a bag now so if you like FOGO this would be a great option.  I am going to pick up two bags for sure.

EDIT: at $35 for 17lbs I might just stick with maple leaf which is a hell of a lot cheaper and excellent lump.
Large BGE
BBQ Guru DigiQ II

Martensville, Saskatchewan Canada

Comments

  • EggNorthEggNorth Posts: 1,135
    Not for me ... Can get the same Canadian made for $19.  
    Dave
    Cambridge, Ontario - Canada
    LBGE (2010), Mini Max (2015)
  • hondabbqhondabbq Posts: 1,945
    I love Fogo but at $2 lb no thanks. I bought several bags from Amazon as well and have been watching religiously. Pellets were cheap there too at one time too. Now not so much.
  • bigalsworthbigalsworth Posts: 660
    edited April 2017
    my first purchase of 35 lb FOGO from amazon was $30 and then the next purchase price I did went up to $50, it is now at $115.

    I won't pay $2 per lb but if it came below $1.40 or I would get a couple bags, they are nice to have for long cooks.
    Large BGE
    BBQ Guru DigiQ II

    Martensville, Saskatchewan Canada
  • keener75keener75 Posts: 95
    I jumped on that deal a couple of months back and after shipping and taxes one bag came to around $50. It was nice for longer cooks but I am happy with my Canadian made Maple Leaf for about $20/bag (that I can by at Canadian Tire in town). 
    I will add that Dickson BBQ have been very good to me and they are awesome to deal with. Definatley my "go-to" for rubs, sauces and anything BGE related.
    St Marys, Ontario, Canada  LBGE
  • gmacgmac Posts: 1,797
    Maple Leaf lump for me. Thanks for the heads up but I'm good with local Home Hardware. 
    Mt Elgin Ontario - just a Large.
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