The best Walmart grills of 2021

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Mega-retailer Walmart is known for its low prices and large selection, particularly on big-ticket items like a grill. But how can you tell the wheat from the chaff while browsing through their Walmart grills? Generally speaking, the best grills feature durable parts, solid reviews and lengthy warranties. (Learn the best time to buy a grill.)    

To help you spot some prime contenders, we’ve rounded up some of Walmart’s top grills based on their customer ratings, quality of materials and exclusivity to the retailer. Note: Prices and shipping offers are subject to change; the ratings and number of reviews are accurate at the time of writing this article. All warranties should be read in full for exclusions.

The best Walmart grills

The best Walmart grills are highly rated, highly durable and deliver a lot of value for their price. Read on to discover which grills in the retailer’s inventory fit the bill across popular grilling categories.

Walmart gas grills

Weber Spirit II Walmart

1. Weber Spirit II E-210 Propane Gas Grill

Price: $379

Walmart reviews rating: 4.7

Total number of reviews: 8,041

This best-selling gas grill by Weber is equipped with two stainless steel burners (operating at 26,500 BTUs per hour), a stainless steel heat deflector, porcelain-enameled cast iron cooking grates, and a porcelain-enameled lid with a built-in thermometer. It offers 360 square inches of primary cooking space and a 90-square-inch warming rack. 

Most reviewers were pleased with the grill’s quality and cooking capabilities. A few complained of parts arriving damaged, though, based on follow-up comments, it appears Weber worked with them to address the issue. Weber offers a ten-year warranty on the grill’s system, including the ignitor, burners, bars and grease management component.

Cuisinart Gas Grill

2. Cuisinart 3-In-1 Stainless Five-Burner Propane Gas Grill with Side Burner

Price: $396 

Walmart reviews rating:4.3 stars

Total number of reviews: 270

Exclusive to Walmart, this best-selling gas grill from Cuisinart gives grillers a whole lot of cooking options. It’s outfitted with five ceramic burners (operating at 48,000 BTUs), a stainless steel side burner (operating at 12,000 BTUS), a stainless steel smoke tube that uses wood chips or pellets, and a cast-iron griddle. It offers 500 square inches (or 31 burgers worth) of primary cooking space and comes with a flip-up warming rack and a porcelain-enameled lid with a built-in temperature gauge. 

Reviewers were generally pleased with the grill’s value (calling the detachable griddle, for instance, a “nice surprise”), though, again, some people report damage upon delivery. Cuisinart offers a 15-year warranty on the grill’s burners, a three-year warranty on the stainless steel parts and a one-year warranty on all other parts.

Walmart charcoal grills

Weber Performer

1. Weber Performer Premium 22″ Black Charcoal Grill


Walmart reviews rating:4.7 stars 

Total number of reviews: 288 

If you’re looking for a classic Weber charcoal grill with some prep space, the Performer Premium is the grill for you. It offers 363 square inches (or 13 burgers worth) of primary cooking space, a work table, tool hooks, wire bottom shelf and a lid holder that lets you avoid placing the porcelain-enameled lid of the ground. The grill also features an aluminum ash catcher, a built-in thermometer and a one-touch cleaning system. Reviews for this grill are largely positive (98% of these purchasers recommend it), though a few people had problems with the coal disposal component.

Weber, which is known for long warranties on major parts, offers a 10-year warranty on the bowl and lid, a five-year warranty on the cleaning system and plastic parts and a two-year warranty on all other parts. 

Char-Griller Pro Deluxe

2. Char-Griller 2735 Pro Deluxe XL Charcoal Grill

Price: $147

Walmart reviews rating:4.6 stars

Total number of reviews: 129

This well-rated charcoal grill from Char-Griller is exclusive to Walmart. It’s big selling point is over 676 square inches (or about 52 burgers’ worth) of primary cooking space. It also features cast-iron cooking grates, a temperature gauge, utensil hooks and two shelves (one on the side; one on the bottom of the grill) for storing cooking supplies. Reviewers were generally pleased with the grill’s performance, though a few reported delivery issues.

Char-Griller offers a five-year warranty on the grill’s hood and bottom; there’s a one-year warranty on its ash pan.

Walmart portable grills

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Weber 51010001 Q1200 Liquid Propane Grill, Black /

1. Weber Q-1200 Portable Gas Grill

Price: $209 

Walmart reviews rating: 4.7 stars

Total number of reviews: 2,424

This popular portable propane gas grill from Weber gives tail-gaters 189 square inches of cooking space. It features a stainless steel burner (operating at 8,500 BTUs), porcelain-enameled, cast iron cooking grates, an aluminum lid, a built-in thermometer and removable catch pan. The grill comes in a number of bright colors, including red, green and orange. Reviewers seemed pleased with ease of assembly and use, though a few complained of problems regulating the temperature. 

Owners enjoy a five-year warranty on the cookbox, lid, cooking grates, stainless steel burner tubes and plastic components; there’s a two-year warranty on all other parts.

Blackstone Adventure Ready

2. Blackstone Adventure Ready 17″ Tabletop Outdoor Griddle


Walmart reviews rating: 4.7 stars

Total number of reviews:260   

Flat-top or griddle grills have increased in popularity in recent years and are an option for people looking to cook a wider variety of food with relative ease. (It’s arguably easier to control the temperature of a griddle grill and you don’t have to worry so much about food falling through its cracks.) 

Road trippers or campers looking to cook breakfast, lunch and dinner might want to consider this well-rated outdoor griddle from Blackstone, which offers 268 square inches (or “nine hamburgers, twelve eggs, or four steaks”) worth of primary cooking space. It features a stainless steel burner (operating at 12,000 BTUs), steel griddle top and rear grease management system. 

Reviewers were generally pleased with the griddle’s performance and versatility on the road. The drawback here is Blackstone’s relatively short one-year warranty.

How to buy a grill at Walmart

Walmart offers a variety of shipping, pickup and assembly options on its website. These options vary by product, location and vendor. (Similarly to Amazon, Walmart partners with third-party retailers to expand its online offerings.) Walmart+ members can get free next-day or two-day shipping on many of the retailer’s grills. A Walmart+ subscription costs $12.95 a month or $98 a year. Customers can try the service for free for 15 days.

For many larger ticket items, Walmart offers a protection plan (co-sponsored by insurance company All-State) that shoppers can purchase at checkout. The price varies by length of policy and the product you’re buying. The plan generally kicks in after the manufacturer’s warranty expires, so be sure to read your grill’s warranty to better understand whether additional protections are worth buying. 

Looking for more good grill options? We’ve rounded more of the best-selling grills from the top retailers across popular categories. 

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Jeanine Skowronski

Jeanine Skowronski is a veteran personal finance journalist and content strategist, she has previously served as the Head of Content at Policygenius, Executive Editor of and a columnist for Inc. Magazine. Her work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, American Banker Magazine, Newsweek, Business Insider, CNBC and more.