Best disposable barbecues and where to buy them – Asda, Poundland, Wilko and Poundstretcher

NOW that the weather’s hotting up, many of us will be heading outside to soak in the sunshine and prep for barbecue season.

Don’t want to fork out a fortune on a fancy new gadget? We’ve rounded up some of the cheapest disposable BBQ deals below.

You can snap up some great deals if you want to enjoy a barbecue this weekend

What’s a disposable barbecue?

Disposable BBQs are for one-day use only, and can be chucked in the bin once the cooking’s finished.

They’re made from lightweight aluminium material and use charcoal for the heat source.

They save on forking out on a full barbecue – and solve the issue of storage.

Plus you don’t need to pay out for charcoal.

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Disposable BBQs are for one-day use only, and can be chucked in the bin once the cooking’s finished[/caption]

They’ll only set you back a few quid – usually from £5 to £7.

How much do they cost and where can I find the best deals?

£1 from Poundland – buy now 



You can snap up a disposable BBQ for the bargain price of a quid[/caption]

If you don’t fancy splashing the cash, Poundland is selling a disposable charcoal barbecue for just £1.

The bargain retailer’s complete instant BBQ comes with 450g of charcoal and a starter sheet.

It claims it can be ready to use within 20 minutes, and cooks for up to 1.5 hours.

£1.49 from Poundstretcher – buy now

Poundstretcher’s disposable BBQ costs £1.49

You can snap up a similar barbecue at Poundstretcher for just 49p more.

The retailer claims its gadget is compact and light, so you can simply put it in the bin after dinner.

Don’t forget to make sure your grill has stopped smoking before you throw it away.

£2 from Wilko – buy now


Wilko sells a version for £2 with 2 hours cooking time.[/caption]

You can buy a disposable BBQ from Wilko for £2.

The retailer claims its barbecue will light with “just a single match” with 1.5 hours of cooking time.

It’s worth noting that it has gone up in price since last year when it was selling for £1.83.

If you’re heading to the park with a big group of friends, you can also pick up Wilko’s party-size instant barbecue for £5.

Read the instruction carefully before lighting.

£2 from Asda- buy now


Asda’s selling an instant barbecue from cult brand Bar-Be-Quick for £2 and it’s a pretty good deal[/caption]

Asda’s selling an instant barbecue from cult brand Bar-Be-Quick for £2.

It’s actually quite a good deal considering two BBQ packs from the same brand will set you back £6.99 at Argos.

You can also get one for £2.79 at Robert Dyas.

Asda claims the ready to use BBQ lights up with a single match and is ready to cook within 20 minutes.

It can be used anywhere outdoors.

How to barbecue safely

Here’s some useful tips from the Fire Service

  • Make sure your barbecue is in good working order.
  • Ensure the barbecue is on a flat site, well away from a shed, trees or shrubs.
  • Keep children, garden games and pets well away from the cooking area.
  • Never leave the barbecue unattended.
  • Keep a bucket of water or sand nearby for emergencies.
  • Dispose of smoking materials properly and make sure they are completely extinguished
  • Ensure the barbecue is cool before attempting to move it.
  • Never put hot ashes straight into a dustbin or wheelie bin – they could melt the plastic and cause a fire.

If you’re in the market for a new gas or charcoal barbecue – here are some of the best and cheapest deals and offers from the likes of Aldi, Lidl and Homebase.

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