SUMMER is the perfect time to invite loved ones over and tuck into a tasty BBQ.
But if your looking to upgrade your rusty old garden grill but don't want to spend a fortune, then you're in luck.
And according to one eagle-eyed shopper, Asda is the place to be.
Taking to money-saving Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, Lisa Cattrell shared a snap of the 'George Home Hexagonal Charcoal Barrel Grill.'
It's perfect for larger families who want both a traditional charcoal BBQ experience…and a total bargain.
Alongside the snap, she penned: "£22.50 in Asda. Saving £46.50!!"
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The bargain buy features a hinged lid, adjustable air vents and warming rack for different cooking options.
Not only that but it has easy clean porcelain enamel cooking grates and wheels for easy storage.
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Plus, the 2645cm² cooking area will offer you plenty of room to explore your inner chef.
But if you're hoping to nab the bargain for yourself, then you best be quick, because it's been flooded with five star reviews online.
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"Well pleased with the Hexagonal BBQ we had 15 people over and the BBQ was worked a treat," wrote one.
"The heat was terrific and the floating shelf for the cooked food was brilliant at keeping the food hot. Would definitely recommend."
A second agreed: "Excellent Purchase definitely better than expected could have been easier to put up but overall extremely happyyy."
A third enthused: "The BBQ is good in size very sturdy and great price definitely recommend it."
And it's not the first time shoppers have been sent into a frenzy over Asda's mega sale in recent weeks.
Fabulous previously told how people were going mad for fancy floor lamps which were scanning for just £1.
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