Table of Contents
- 1 Weber Genesis II Sale Prices in 2018 (new models)
- 2 Weber Genesis I vs. II - Old vs. New Models
- 3 Weber Genesis E-310 Sale (new model)
- 4 Weber Genesis S-310 Sale (new model)
- 5 Weber Genesis E-330 Sale (discontinued)
- 6 Weber Genesis S-330 Sale (discontinued)
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Weber Genesis II Sale Prices in 2018 (new models)
Weber’s Genesis II line never usually runs discounts, promo codes, or even sales. Both physical and online stores never run sales for Weber’s new Genesis II models for one big reason; Weber sets MAP (minimum advertised pricing) with all dealers they directly work with. MAP means one thing – if a dealer gets caught selling under that price, Weber pulls the line from the dealer’s store.
Rarely will a grill manufacturer like Weber ever do a sale on a brand new product like their Genesis II line (unless there’s a closeout). The result? We wouldn’t count on a sale happening any time soon.
Weber Genesis I vs. II - Old vs. New Models
Weber’s Genesis line has undergone several changes over the past 2 years. Their old Genesis I models have been completely discontinued & replaced by Weber’s new Genesis II line-up in as of mid-late 2017 / early-2018.
The only real difference from the old Genesis I models & their new Genesis II line is manufacturing location. All current Genesis II models are made in China. We’d normally have issues with this, but these new Genesis II models have been widely praised & there’s no immediate quality concerns.
Another noteworthy change is the bottom grilling area enclosure. Old Genesis I models had a complete enclosure. New models do not have this enclosure. While we like the idea of making easier access points to grilling supplies, we overall do not like this change. Exposing the propane tank creates an unappealing “naked” look, and it’s a change we wish Weber didn’t make.
Weber Genesis II Models (new) in 2018
Weber’s Genesis II line has 4 current models in 2018. These models range from their 2-burner E-210 line to their 4-burner E-410.
Weber Genesis I Models (discontinued) prior to 2018
Weber has 4 discontinued models from their old Genesis I series line as of 2018. These models are no longer sold online or in stores in the U.S.
- Weber Genesis 6517001 E-310 637-Square-Inch 38,000-BTU
- Weber Genesis 6531001 E-330 637-Square-Inch 38,000-BTU
- Weber Genesis 6550001 S-310 Stainless-Steel 637-Square-Inch 38,000
- Weber Genesis 6570001 S-330 Stainless-Steel 637-Square-Inch 38,000
Weber Genesis E-310 Sale (new model)
There’s currently no existing sales on Weber’s Genesis E-310. The good news? Prices are relatively low to begin with. Yes, there’s cheaper options out there with similar specs, but Genesis II grills are backed with long 10-year warranties, and relatively good build quality.
Weber Genesis S-310 Sale (new model)
There’s currently no existing sales on Weber’s Genesis S-310 line. The good news? Their Genesis II E-310 line regularly priced as low as possible. On days like Black Friday, Labor Day, or Memorial Day, Weber may potentially release model-specific sales.
Weber Genesis E-330 Sale (discontinued)
Weber’s E-330 model has been completely replaced by their Genesis E-310 line. The Genesis E-310 has 3 burners, similar to the old E-330 model.
Genesis E-330’s are no longer made or sold online or in stores in 2018.
Weber Genesis S-330 Sale (discontinued)
Weber’s S-330 model has been completely replaced by their Genesis E-310 line. The Gensis S-330 model is exactly the same as the E-330 model with the addition of a complete stainless steel hood cover.
Genesis S-330’s are no longer made or sold online or in stores in 2018.