2020 is here, marking the end of a year and the beginning of a new decade. It’s a time for celebration, and what better way to celebrate the new decade than with some grilling? While barbecue season may be a while away for many around the country, it does mean a great opportunity to get some good deals on pellet grills.
As one of the newer types of grill on the market, pellet grills are a bit more expensive than their gas and charcoal counterparts, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible to find a good deal!
Pellet grills are amazing outdoor cooking devices, capable of searing, smoking, and baking, while being incredibly easy to use. Plus, they’re cheaper than ever and plenty of bargains are waiting to be found, so why treat yourself to one of these inexpensive pellet grills for 2020?
Camp Chef SmokePro DLX Pellet Grill
The SmokePro DLX pellet grill from Camp chef is one of the best quality in its price range! It boasts a large cooking area, automatic pellet dispensing and temperature control, and the ability to produce various smoked flavors with little effort.
There’s a digital control temperature for setting the right cooking temperature, after which the grill does all the hard work for you. The large cooking area is especially impressive and is suitable for searing and smoking!
Green Mountain Grills Davy Crockett
Green Mountain Grills have a reputation for some of the best-priced pellet grills on the market.
The Davy Crockett is a compact pellet grill with an amazing price, letting you sear, smoke, grill, and bake your favorite foods with ease.
It features an innovative thermal sensor that monitors the internal temperature, and you can connect your device via Wi-Fi for remote contorl monitoring and temperature contorl! Given its small and lightweight design, this is one of the best inexpensive pellets for tailgating.
Z Grills ZPG-550B
Z Grills have made big waves since jumping onto the scene a few years ago, with their high-quality pellet grills coming with exceptional prices that caught the eye of many.
2019 saw major upgrades to all the main Z Grill models, including the mid-size ZPG-550B, which now has highly responsive digital controls for hands-off barbecuing.
With a grilling and warming rack area, the ZPG-550B offers an impressive 538 square inches of cooking surface, giving plenty of space for all your favorite foods. It’s highly versatile, suitable for baking, searing, smoking, and grilling, with a good temperature range between 180 to 450F.
Pit Boss 440D
One of the big selling points of the well-priced Pit Boss 440D is the inclusion of a broiler, making it a great both grilling and smoking. Many pellet grills struggle to grill due to the lower temperature range, but the 440D reaches an impressive 500F so is a capable broiler.
It has enough cooking space for around a dozen burgers or a whole chicken, while the digital controls are easy to use, so it has all the hallmarks of a great pellet grill.
Camp Chef SmokePro SE Pellet Grill
The SmokePro SE from Camp Chef is an inexpensive pellet grill that couldn’t be easier to use.
Digital controls let you adjust the temperature from 180 to 500F, while there are options for low and hi smoke settings and an adjustable chimney to get the perfect smoky flavor.
Maintenance is very easy thanks to a grease management system that funnels out all the grease and liquids, while the ash can be emptied in an instant.
Country Smoker CS150
The CS150 from Country Smokers looks very different from your standard pellet grill, with a compact and portable design making it a great choice for anyone looking for a pellet to use on the go.
Everything is contained in a small unit, with the hopper holding 5lbs of pellets and the cooing surface measuring 191 square inches on the main rack and 64.6 square inches on the heating rack.
It may not be the largest but it doesn’t lack any power, with the temperature range an impressive 180 to 500F, which is the same that you find on many large pellet grills! Smoking, grill, and searing has never been more convenient!