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TL;DR: Through May 31, you can snag the Smokeless Non-Stick Indoor/Outdoor Grill for just $16.97 instead of $49.95 — that's a major 66% price drop for a limited time.

With summer drawing near, it won't be too long until you start receiving invites to attend outdoor parties. Nothing screams summer more than spending a whole afternoon in a pal's backyard, eating your weight in brisket, and sipping on fruity cocktails.

If you want to host one yourself but are short on space, who's to say you can't take the fun — and grilling — indoors? The Smokeless Non-Stick Indoor/Outdoor Grill lets you flip burgers and char vegetables without having you brave the elements. With this Memorial Day sale, you can get it at the discounted price of $16.97. 

We've already covered this stove attachment in the past, but this time around, you can score it at an even lower price point. One of its main draws is that it works on both electric and gas stoves, allowing you to transform your standard stove into a grill that can help you enjoy kebabs, sausages, and slow ribs in a healthier way.

As tempting as it is to douse your food in oil and butter, this grill is made to heat efficiently on its own due to its food-safe, non-stick PTFE coating. You just need to add a splash of water to the built-in drip pan to help keep your food moist and the grill smoke-free. Cleanup is easier, too, since it's dishwasher-safe.

Host barbecues whenever, wherever with this stove attachment. Portable and compact, you can take this grill on your camping adventures, too. 

Usually retailing for $49, you can get it on sale for $16.97 until May 31, 11:59 p.m. PT.

Prices subject to change.

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