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Lidl’s BBQ Pizza Oven Is £5 Cheaper Than Aldi - And Available Right Now

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Lidl’s BBQ Pizza Oven Is £5 Cheaper Than Aldi - And Available Right Now

Summer is officially here and people want to know what the best BBQ's are this year.

Others are going for something a bit different, which is why BBQ pizza ovens have been flying off the shelves in Aldi.

But now Lidl has one to rival it - and it's £5 cheaper than Aldi's.

Lidl's Grillmeister Barbecue Pizza Oven is coming back to the 'middle of Lidl' on Sunday 13th June and is priced at £34.99.

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The middle of Lidl is the superstore's equivalent to Aldi Special Buys.

So how do the two bargain BBQ cookers compare?

Lidl Grillmeister Barbecue Pizza Oven (Credit: Lidl)
Lidl Grillmeister Barbecue Pizza Oven (Credit: Lidl)
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At £34.99, Lidl gives you a pizza oven which can be used on either gas or charcoal barbecues.

The oven has a "moisture absorbing" feature "for extra crispy pizzas"" and a perforated base for "optimal air circulation and heat distribution," says Lidl. It's also got an integrated thermostat, making it easy to control the temperature.

(Credit: Lidl)
(Credit: Lidl)

The 30.5cm radius pizza stone is removable and "easy to clean."

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The BBQ pizza oven's dimensions are: L40 x W35 x H14cm.

Aldi Gardenline Barbecue Pizza Oven (Credit: Aldi)
Aldi Gardenline Barbecue Pizza Oven (Credit: Aldi)

For an extra fiver, Aldi is offering pretty much the same specs with their BBQ pizza oven - and a 3-year warranty.

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So it's really a case of which BBQ pizza oven you can get your hands on before they sell out again.

The Aldi BBQ pizza oven is pretty much the same size too (L40 x W35 x 1H5cm).

(Credit: Aldi)
(Credit: Aldi)

Aldi is also selling a 3-in-1 kebab and frill for £30, which is half the price of a similar item on Amazon (£62.99) - absolute steal if you ask us.

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Aldi has also jumped right on the money after a rise in Google trends searches for 'at home bar.' Aldi's Rattan Garden Bar sold out within minutes of going online the other week and their dual-fuel BBQ was flying off the shelves just as quick - that came back in stock online last weekend.

With a scorching summer ahead of us and many coronavirus restrictions still in place, Brits have been making their own back-garden bars and al--fresco dining settings to host friends and family.

Topics: Aldi, lidl, Food & Drink, BBQ

Laura Sanders
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