10 Budget-Friendly Fire Pits Under $300

Warm up your outdoor space without emptying your wallet.

A fire feature is a fabulous addition to any patio, serving as a stunning focal point and a cozy gathering spot. Many fire pits can cost upwards of $1,000, particularly when they’re made of heavy natural stone or concrete, but there are also plenty of budget-friendly options out there that are just as beautiful. (Plus, they're typically smaller and lighter weight — perfect for tiny patios.) Heat up your outdoor space with one of these $300-or-less fire pits.

Hammered Copper

$249.98; hayneedle.com

Traditional Stone Look

$289.99; target.com

Sleek Iron Disc

$269; cb2.com

Craftsman Charm

$210.99; allmodern.com

Ball of Fire

$183.99; allmodern.com

Modern Fire Bowl

$299.98; allmodern.com

Diamond Detail

Rustic Metal

$99.95; gardeners.com

Mini Fire Column

$129.98; hayneedle.com

Tabletop Fireplace

$53.99; target.com

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