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This Cuisinart portable gas grill is 39% off for a limited time

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Grilling season is in full swing, and if you don’t own a grill yet, here’s an offer from Gilt that you may want to shop — the Cuisinart Petit Gourmet Tabletop Portable Gas Grill at 39% off, which pulls its price down to just $165 from $274. There’s a lot of interest in grill deals right now, so we don’t expect this offer to last long. If you want to pocket the savings of $109, you’re going to have to push through with the purchase as soon as possible, because tomorrow may already be too late.

Why you should buy the Cuisinart Petit Gourmet Tabletop Portable Gas Grill

The Cuisinart Petit Gourmet Tabletop Portable Gas Grill is the perfect companion for a small family or a couple. It features a 145-square-inch grilling surface that’s large enough for a hearty meal, and it will get the cooking done quickly because it heats up faster than a full-sized grill while consuming far less gas. The gas grill also comes with a spill-resistant drip tray so you can collect and properly dispose of all the juices, and a VersaStand integrated adjustable telescoping base that allows it to quickly transform from tabletop use to floor stand use.

Take the Cuisinart Petit Gourmet Tabletop Portable Gas Grill anywhere you go because it’s easy to carry with its ergonomic handle, so you can bring it to the beach, to the campsite, or even just for a fresh meal in your backyard. However, before you start cooking, you may want to check out these grilling recipes and tips to maximize the Cuisinart Petit Gourmet Tabletop Portable Gas Grill, and these grilling safety tips so that you can prevent any accidents.

If the Cuisinart Petit Gourmet Tabletop Portable Gas Grill is big enough for you, then you’re going to want to buy it for a steal price of only $165 from Gilt, following a $109 discount on its original price of $274. We’re not sure how much time is remaining before this bargain gets taken down though, so if you want this grill for 39% more affordable than usual, you need to push through with the transaction within the day. Once the offer ends, there’s no telling when you’ll get another chance to buy the Cuisinart Petit Gourmet Tabletop Portable Gas Grill for this cheap.

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