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ThrillinAndGrillin

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It seems Traeger has consolidated their Canadian off-shoot website (traegergrills.ca) into the American website (traegergrills.com).

However, I cannot purchase anything on the .com website (in the cart - it says they only ship within continental US).

Anyone have more info on this? I have a gift code for a bag of pellets that I can't use. :(

EDIT: Based on responses I received on Facebook from the Canadian Traeger Owners group - it sounds like the Canadian distributor who had rights in all of Canada is out of the picture now (unsure of what happened there). So Traeger is taking things internally to sell direct.
 
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If you are wanting anything for your Traeger in Calgary I would go to Wickerland off Centre St in the south, they have a massive selection of Traeger gear along with lots of rubs from meat church etc. I did just go onto traegergrills.com and on the right you can click United States and change to Canada, maybe that will work? Let me know how you get on!
 
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If you are wanting anything for your Traeger in Calgary I would go to Wickerland off Centre St in the south, they have a massive selection of Traeger gear along with lots of rubs from meat church etc. I did just go onto traegergrills.com and on the right you can click United States and change to Canada, maybe that will work? Let me know how you get on!

Ah - that JUST changed this afternoon. The only option for Americas was United States. Now it even auto-detects Canada without me signing in.

I have a coupon code for a free bag of pellets, so it must be from Traeger online. Otherwise, I've already started purchasing pellets @ Wickerland this summer. I like the Lumberjack brand... seems to better smoke and less troubles than the Traeger brand. I've had some dud pellets from Traeger (really long, or seems to have some moisture) which have given me long ignition times, etc. But, a free bag is a free bag.
 

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yeah, but I'm with you on Traeger pellets, they are a disappointment and an inferior pellet to other brands indeed.
Interesting to know on the pellets, I’ve only used the Traeger ones 🤔 any other brands you guys recommend?
 

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There are LOTS of different ones used here, I guess my advice, unless you are totally satisfied with Traeger ones, is to give ANY of them a try...
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There are LOTS of different ones used here, I guess my advice, unless you are totally satisfied with Traeger ones, is to give ANY of them a try...
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Thank you, will give them a try.
 

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