You Don’t Have To Be Rich To Tailgate Like A Pro

Want to go tailgating in style without spending an arm and a leg? With gasoline prices sky high these days, just getting to the parking lot to go tailgating can break the bank. Now more than ever you need a way to go tailgating on a budget. Here’s a simple guide to tailgating like a pro for under $100.

Complete Tailgating Gear for Under $100

Bass Pro Shops Smoke'n Grill Charcoal Smoker Grill Bass Pro Shops Smoke’n Grill Charcoal Smoker Grill Perfect for tailgating, it features strong, rolled-steel construction; easy-to-clean, porcelain-coated charcoal and water pans; a large front door that makes it simple to add charcoal, chips, and water without removing lid; and a temperature gauge to maintain precise cooking heat. Smoke’n Grill includes wooden handles and 2 extra sturdy cooking racks. Grills or smokes up to 50 lbs. of meat! Only $34.99.

36 Can Collapsible Cooler This cooler keeps beverages cold for hours and then folds flat for storage under the seat. Use shoulder strap for easy portability or grab the two handles for extra large loads. Zip-out leak-proof liner allows for easy cleaning. Measures 13″ Wide x 10″ Tall x 10″ Deep and collapses to 13′ x 10″ x 3″ Available in Green and Blue. Only $29.99.

Folding Camping Chair with Carrying Bag Foldable chair with arm rest and beverage holders; comes with a carrying bag with shoulder strap. Perfect for tailgating camping, the beach, picnics, etc. Features: Lightweight Aluminum Frame Heavy Duty Polyester Fabric. Capacity: 250 lbs. Foldable For Easier Transport/Storage. Only $12.99 each.

Travel Table, Plan No. 751 Light, portable and easy to set up. Table is 29 in. tall by 48 in. long by 29 in. wide unfolded, but only 5.5 in. deep folded. Only $8.95.

Here’s the tale of the tape…

Bass Pro Shops Smoke’n Grill Charcoal Smoker Grill
– $34.99
36 Can Collapsible Cooler – $29.95
2 Folding Camping Chair with Carrying Bags – $25.98
Travel Table – $8.95
Total = $99.87

Tailgating doesn’t have to be expensive if you know the right gear to get. You could always spend a lot more but if you are a novice tailgater and just want to get your feet wet, this simple set-up should do the trick.