The Best Grills You Can Buy at Walmart Right Now

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Our Top Picks

Best Overall: Weber Spirit E-210 Propane Gas Grill at Walmart

"It produces 26,500 BTUs of heat per hour, so it can sear steaks with ease."

Best Kamado: Kamado Joe Classic I 18" Charcoal Grill at Walmart

"The ceramic grill has a two-tier grate that lets you cook multiple foods at once."

Best Gas Grill: Cuisinart 3-In-1 Stainless 5-Burner Gas Grill with Side Burner at Walmart

"The stainless steel on this grill looks upscale while the price is very reasonable compared to other high-end 5-burner grills."

Best Charcoal: Weber Original Kettle Premium 22" Charcoal Grill at Walmart

"The kettle-shaped design is built to circulate heat efficiently."

Best Dual Fuel: Char-Broil Gas2Coal Gas & Charcoal Combination Grill at Walmart

"This grill can use both types of fuel thanks to a removable charcoal tray."

When it comes to the best grills, your options range from basic to high end and everything in between. Are you a grill master or are you simply looking for something you can pull out for the occasional weekend BBQ in the summer months? No matter what your skill level is, Walmart is a great place to start your search. Below, we rounded up the best grills at Walmart—including budget-friendly options and charcoal, gas, and kamado models.

Best Overall: Weber Spirit E-210 Propane Gas Grill

Weber Spirit E-210 Propane Gas Grill
What We Like
  • Affordable price

  • Powerful heat

  • Cast iron grates

  • Side tables

What We Don't Like
  • Narrow warming rack

Weber has been producing grills for generations, so it’s no surprise they’re popular among home cooks. This two-burner grill has a total of 450 square inches of cooking space, which includes the 90 square inches on the warming rack that is the perfect place for warming burger buns or keeping cooked foods ready for serving. The Weber Spirit II produces 26,500 BTUs of heat per hour, so it can sear steaks with ease.

The smaller footprint doesn’t take as much space on the deck or patio, and to get just a little more extra storage space, the left side table folds down so it’s out of the way when it’s not in use. The grates are porcelain-enameled cast iron, so they produce fantastic grill marks and are easy to clean when cooking is done. The open cart offers storage space within easy reach while the six tool hooks keep forks, spatulas, and cleaning brushes at hand. Two large wheels make this easy to move, whether it’s across the deck or to a new spot in the yard.

Best Kamado: Kamado Joe Classic I 18 inch Charcoal Grill

Kamado Joe Classic
Courtesy of Walmart.
What We Like
  • Wide temperature range

  • Precise temperature control

  • Heavy-duty design

What We Don't Like
  • Expensive

  • Small cooking area

Kamado grills have a unique design, with a heavy ceramic body that retains heat, offering an oven-like environment that’s great for roasting, grilling, smoking, searing, and more.

This popular grill from Kamado Joe burns lump charcoal, which adds smoky flavor to your food, and it has 245 square inches of cooking space on two tiers, allowing you to cook certain foods closer to the heat. The charcoal grill can achieve temperatures anywhere from 225 to 750 degrees Fahrenheit, allowing you to smoke foods low and slow or give them an amazing sear, and the cast iron top vent provides precise airflow management.

When you're done cooking, the kamado grill has a slide-out ash drawer that makes cleaning up quick and easy.

Best Gas: Cuisinart 3-In-1 Stainless Five-Burner Gas Grill with Side Burner

Cuisinart 3-In-1 Stainless Five-Burner Gas Grill with Side Burner
What We Like
  • Five burners produce powerful heat

  • Window on grill hood

  • Includes cast iron griddle

What We Don't Like
  • Propane compartment is tight

  • Finish comes off knobs

Cuisinart may be best known for its popular line of food processors, but the company has branched out to create quality cookware, tools, and appliances as well. The stainless steel on this grill looks upscale while the price is very reasonable compared to other high-end five-burner grills. This has five ceramic coated burners that produce a total of 48,000 BTUs per hour, so the grill can handle everything from a quickly seared steak to low-and-slow smoky ribs.

A window in the front of the grill’s hood means it’s easy to monitor the cooking without lifting the lid and letting the heat out, while the insulated lid and firebox help regulate the temperature for precise, accurate cooking. The included cast iron griddle and the side burner offer extra cooking options, so everything from sauces to pancakes can be cooked with this grill. A smoke tube infuses flavor into foods when wood chips or pellets are used for even more cooking versatility.

Best Charcoal: Weber Original Kettle Premium 22" Charcoal Grill

Weber Original Kettle Grill
Courtesy of Walmart.
What We Like
  • Classic, compact design

  • Tried-and-true cooker makes amazing food

  • Affordable

  • Ash catcher makes cleanup a breeze

What We Don't Like
  • Charcoal fuel takes more effort than gas or pellets

  • Small to medium cooking space

  • Small wheels

Weber is known for charcoal kettle grills, but it’s more than just an iconic shape—it’s built to circulate heat efficiently. This 22-inch grill gives you 363 square inches of cooking space for burgers, steaks, and more. A heat shield at the handle keeps it cooler, so you can remove the lid safely, and a lid hook gives you a perfect place to hang the lid while you’re flipping food or adding charcoal.

The bowl and lid are made from porcelain enameled steel and the cooking grates are plated steel for long life and an attractive appearance. Holes at the base of the bowl let you sweep the cooled ashes into the ash catcher for easy cleanup when cooking is done. Two sturdy wheels make it easy to move the grill into place for cooking and into storage when cooking is done.

Best Dual Fuel: Char-Broil Gas2Coal Gas & Charcoal Outdoor Combination Grill

Char-Broil Gas2Coal
Courtesy of Walmart.
What We Like
  • Works with both gas and charcoal

  • Ability to ignite charcoal with gas burner

  • Lidded side burner

What We Don't Like
  • No ash catcher for charcoal

  • Charcoal is close to cooking grates

Gas is convenient, but many people enjoy the idea of cooking on charcoal when they’ve got the time to spend on lighting and burning. If you want the option to use either—without buying two separate grills—the Char-Broil Gas2Coal Combination Grill can do both.

This grill features three burners that deliver 40,000 BTUs, as well as a 12,000 BTU lidded side burner. However, it also has a charcoal tray that can simply be placed over the burners to give your food a delicious smoky flavor. In fact, you can actually use the gas burners to light your charcoal, saving you from bringing out the lighter fluid. The grill has 420 square inches of cooking space across its porcelain-enameled cast iron grates, and its two fixes side shelves are ideal for dinner prep.

Final Verdict

You can't go wrong with the Weber Spirit II E-210 Propane Grill (view at Walmart), which is the perfect size for grilling on any deck and includes ample storage space. However, if you're partial to charcoal grills for that delightfully smoky flavor, the Weber Original Kettle Premium Charcoal Grill (view at Walmart) is a great choice thanks to its high-quality build and easy-clean ash catcher.

What to Look for When Buying a Grill


The first thing you should decide is what type of grill you want. Do you want a charcoal one, one that uses propane, one that offers both of these fuel capabilities, or do you want to go for a kamado grill? Once you've decided which route you want to take, this will help narrow down your choices.


Check to see what type of metals the grill is made from. Stainless steel, cast aluminum, and cast iron are a few you might see. Know what the body, frame, and legs are made of, as not all grills are made with only one metal. Make sure the grill is sturdy and built well. Most Walmart stores have displays available so you can really look the grills over. Once you purchase one, remember that a big key to the life of your grill is to keep it cleaned and maintained. You are making an investment and want the grill to last. 


Decide what you are looking for in a grill, as there are many useful options available. Choose wisely and only get one with features you'll actually use. A side burner comes in handy as you can heat up or cook other foods while the protein is cooking on the grill. Other features you might see include a rotisserie burner, lights, LED controls, and a smoker box.


How long do grills typically last?

If the grill has been properly cleaned and maintained, a gas or charcoal grill can last as long as 15 years. Most grills have a lifespan of 5 to 15 years, depending on many factors, including the grill's construction, protection from the weather, and how it's maintained.

When is the best time of year to buy a grill?

Watch for sales, especially from May through July, as the summertime is when most people grill. You'll see Walmart and other stores putting out displays of grills, typically around early May, so be prepared to start checking them out and deciding on the features you want in a grill.

What grill accessories are good to have on hand?

Grill accessories are an important addition to add to the list when buying a grill: Tongs for turning the meat, or a spatula for flipping hamburgers, a safe grill brush for cleaning the grill after cooking, and a meat thermometer to check for the doneness of the meat. These are just for starters; there are so many other accessories to consider, including from grill gloves, grilling baskets, and more.

Why Trust The Spruce Eats?

Donna Currie is a cookbook author as well as a writer and product tester for The Spruce Eats. She stays up to date on all the latest grills and gadgets, and she's personally tested several different kinds of grills.

This article was updated by Camryn Rabideau, a freelance writer and product tester for The Spruce Eats. She's written close to a dozen pieces on all styles of grills and done firsthand testing of smokers and grills featured in her articles.

Updated by
Sharon Lockley
Sharon Lockley
Sharon Lockley has over 20 years of experience as an editor and writer and has been contributing to The Spruce Eats since 2019.
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