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Are cooler temperatures and shorter daylight hours making you long for those fun nights out on the patio? Just because the season has shifted doesn’t mean outdoor fun is off the table for the year. Consider getting a propane patio heater to keep everyone warm and cozy on those cool, crisp autumn nights.
These gas-fueled heaters can extend your outdoor get-together season until the coldest months. Currently, Walmart has an online deal on a propane patio heater just in time to enjoy the rest of the fall season.
The Costway 48000 BTU Propane Patio Heater is on sale for $129.99. Marked down 34% off the regular retail price of $197.00, you’ll save $67.01 on this patio heater for a limited time.
Walmart special deals like this are online only, and end dates are not announced. If you think this patio heater would be a great addition to your home, we recommend putting it in your cart and buying it right away to get the discounted price.
With 48,000 BTUs and a 32-inch reflector, this patio heater covers 15 feet in diameter. This means it can keep a wide area comfortable while you’re sitting outside to entertain. With just the press of the ignition button, the patio heater quickly reaches the temperature you set to your desired level (from low to high.)
Stainless steel construction ensures the heater can stand up to a variety of weather conditions and will last for years to come. Its design also helps prevent tipping, and three included stakes can add extra support during windy days. And if you need to move your patio heater to another location, the integrated wheels and handles make transporting easy.
The Costway Patio Heater requires a 20-pound propane tank for operation, which will need to be purchased separately. The manufacturer says the heater will burn between 1 and 2 pounds of gas per hour, depending on temperature settings.
Keep the outdoor fun going this fall and into the early winter with this patio heater. The longer we can avoid cabin fever, the better!
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