How Much Does the Green Egg Grill Cost?

The Green Egg Grill, also known as the Big Green Egg, is a high-quality charcoal smoker grill that can be used to sear and smoke a wide range of meat, fish and vegetables.

It is known to be one of the most versatile outdoor cooking products on the market as the ceramic shell holds heat better than almost all the competing products and promotes even cooking.

It is known to be a quality smoker and oven, too.

Based on the ancient cooker known as a “kamado,” the product is everything from an oven to smoker all rolled into one.

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How much does a Big Green Egg cost?

SizeDescriptionAverage Price Quoted
MiniThe Mini Egg has a cooking area of 78.5 square inches, a grid diameter of 10 inches and weighs 39 pounds.  This makes it large enough to cook two chicken breasts or a single steak at once.$400
SmallThe Small Egg has a cooking area of 133 square inches, a grid diameter of 13 inches and weighs 77 pounds.  It is suitable for cooking a 12-pound turkey, four burgers or two steaks at once.$550
Mini MaxThis grill is portable and is ideal for tailgating or camping. Equipped with an easy-to-grip carrier, it weighs 90 pounds and measures 19.6 inches high.$600
MediumThe Medium Egg has a cooking area of 177 square inches, a grid diameter of 15 inches and weighs 114 pounds.  It can cook an 18-pound turkey, six burgers or four racks of ribs at once.$675
LargeThe Large Egg has a cooking area of 262 square inches, a grid diameter of 18.25 inches and weighs 162 pounds.  The large size can accommodate a 20-pound turkey, 12 burgers or eight steaks at once.$850
X-Large (XL) EggThe X-Large Egg has a cooking area of 452 square inches, a grid diameter of 24 inches and weighs 218.8 pounds.  The substantial size is enough to cook two 20-pound turkeys, 24 burgers or 11 whole chickens at once.$1,200
XXLThis limited edition grill, as you can see, is the largest of all models. Limited in availability, this grill can roast a pig or cook up to 36 hamburgers at once.$4,000

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