Retail Scorecard: Indoor Grills

Indoor grills on sale at Macy’s, Boscov’s and Younkers
July 6, 2015David Gill

Retail Scorecard logoNEW YORK-The fact that we have entered the season for outdoor grilling doesn’t mean that there aren’t some deals available for indoor countertop grills.

Unsurprisingly, the George Foreman indoor-grill brand was featured prominently by Macy’s, Boscov’s and Younkers last week. At Macy’s, the George Foreman 8 Servings Grill sold for $39.99, down from $69.99, and the George Foreman 6 Servings Grill was available for $79.99 (was $119.99).

Macy’s also had the Cuisinart Compact Griller for $69.99 (was $99.99) and the Cuisinart Electric Griddler Deluxe for $159.99, down from $229.99. The T-fal OptiGrill could be had for $179.99, down from $249.99, and the De’Longhi Perfecto Indoor Grill was priced down from $96 to $59.99.

Boscov’s featured the George Foreman Classic Plate Grill for $34.99, down from $39.99, and the Cuisinart Griddler Grill & Panini Press for $59.99 (was $69.99). Also, the De’Longhi Perfecto Indoor Grill was priced down from $69.99 to $59.99. The T-fal Curved Grill could be bought for $49.99 (was $79.99).

At Younkers, the George Foreman Countertop Grill with Removable Plates was sale priced at $39.99, down from $60. The Presto Indoor Electric Grill was marked down from $60 to $39.99, and the Zojirushi Indoor Electric Grill could be had for $84.99 (was $107). The Ronco Stainless Steel Ready Grill was priced down from $115 to $79.99, and the Cuisinart Grill & Panini Press was on sale for $59.99 (was $110). The T-fal OptiGrill carried a price of $179.99, down from $260.

David GillDavid Gill | Contributing Editor

David Gill is a contributing editor to HFN.

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