We've made it our mission to track down all the places you can buy barbecues online right now, with BBQ options from Homebase, B&Q and Wayfair to choose from. While some people are willing to wait for one of the grills that have claimed a spot in our carefully curated best BBQ buying guide, others simply want to make the most of the sun with a BBQ that can be ordered online right now, and delivered within the week.
Knowing where to find barbecues in stock right now is no mean feat, but there are some retailers you may not have thought to consider. Some are consistently dropping more stock and even shiny new releases just in time for the summer. We've been keeping a watchful eye on all of them to make sure nobody misses the chance to make the most of their garden this summer with some alfresco dining.
Whether you want a compact kettle BBQ or one of the best gas BBQs for entertaining a crowd, keep reading for our top picks of places to buy BBQs in stock right now.
What BBQs are available to buy right now?
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Take a scroll with our handy widget below. It's designed to curate every BBQ available to buy online right now, including big brands like Weber and Char-Broil, and budget-friendly options.
If you see one you like, just click on the link and you'll be taken straight to the retailer. It couldn't be easier.
Looking for barbecues you can buy right now? Take a look at these retailers...
Argos (opens in new tab)
Boasting one of the largest ranges of budget-friendly grills out there, it's no wonder that Argos is a sellout BBQ brand. It's currently got 21 charcoal BBQs (opens in new tab) on site, and 11 gas options (opens in new tab).
Of course, the range depends fully on what's available to be delivered near you, and you can always pick up from your local Argos store as a good backup.
John Lewis & Partners (opens in new tab)
The stock just keeps coming over at John Lewis & Partners, so click through to check out some swanky grills from the likes of Weber and Everdure by Heston.
There are also a handful of own brand grills, finished in stainless steel and with an array of burner options for all shapes and sizes.
Robert Dyas (opens in new tab)
One of the best stocks of budget brand Outback can be found directly at Robert Dyas. There's also some Grillstream and Landmann options to check out, all of which can be delivered right to your door.
Weber (opens in new tab)
Go straight to the Weber site for your pick of in-stock Weber grills. This includes gas, charcoal, electric, portable and wood pellet grills, so a huge range, but all from one well-loved BBQ brand.
Wayfair (opens in new tab)
No stranger to a bargain, Wayfair not only has plenty of BBQs to choose from, there's a decent chunk of them on sale right now.
Pick from familiar brands or a range of new ones you may not of heard of, and narrow your search by Kamado, kettle portable and more.
Amazon (opens in new tab)
There's familiar and relatively unknown BBQs on sale at Amazon, but one thing you're sure of is something in stock. You can pick up a budget-friendly kettle grill for well under £100, or choose from big brands like Char-Broil and Napoleon.
Be aware that wait times vary at Amazon right now, but they'll always tell you if shipping will be delayed before you buy.
Wilko (opens in new tab)
That's right, Wilko's got one of the hottest selections right now. This includes smoker grills, pedestal BBQs and even a paella cooking set!
Own brand options include a charcoal grill for just £40, and that's not even the cheapest BBQ you can buy on the site.
Homebase (opens in new tab)
Choose from an impressive range of Texas gas BBQs in red, silver and black. There's a variety of sizes too, and all for a reasonable price.
The charcoal range isn't to be scoffed at either. Find some options from Outback and plenty of portable picks.
Amara (opens in new tab)
Boasting some of the most popular BBQs you can buy right now, the Amara range includes Heston's Everdure range and options from BergHoff, Lotus Grill, and Rösle.
Other options include the classic Morsø outdoor oven and some brilliant fire pits and pizza ovens. A luxe option with plenty of stock right now.
Ryman (opens in new tab)
Ryman's garden range is unexpectedly generous. The BBQ selection features Charles Bentley models (opens in new tab) in a range of sizes, all of which are powered by gas and very reasonably priced.
If you want a charcoal model this isn't the place for you. A gas model for under £500, however, look no further.
That's the end of our BBQ roundup – did you find what you're looking for? If you want to complete your patio in time for the sunshine, be sure to check our guide on where to buy garden furniture in stock now, or head over to our best pizza oven guide if you want to add more to your alfresco cooking setup.
Millie is the Head of Reviews on the Future Homes Ecommerce team. She has been writing for Gardeningetc since the beginning of 2021, covering all things barbecues, patio heaters, and fire pits.
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