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Toshiba AA Alkaline Batteries: 120-Count $20, 80-Count $15, 40-Count EXPIRED

Corwin 7,353 36,899 August 27, 2014 at 09:00 PM in Tech & Electronics (7) More Meh Deals
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Promoted 08-28-2014 by Discombobulated at 05:19 AM View Original Post
Meh.com has 40-Pack of Toshiba AA Alkaline Batteries on sale for $5.00. Shipping is a flat rate $5.00. Thanks Corwin

Note, you may also purchase multiple 40-Packs to bring the cost per battery down.

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This deal would run you approximately: 40-Count Batteries $0.25/battery, 80-Count Batteries $0.18/battery, 120-Count Batteries $0.16/battery - Discombobulated

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Edited August 27, 2014 at 11:13 PM by Corwin
Meh.com [meh.com] has 40-Pack Toshiba AA Batteries for $5. Shipping is $5 Flat-Rate, so buying multiple 40-packs brings the cost per battery down. Shipping is free if you signup for a VMP Membership (more details [mediocre.com]). The expiration date for these batteries is 1/2017.
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#3
in for 3..no idea why
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meh.. I bought it.

My Duracell supply from 3 years ago almost depleted. Sorry earth.
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Bought 120. $20.00 No tax to Cali. Battery Expire 1/2017. Thanks OP!
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I didn't know Toshiba made batteries. In for 120 lol thanks op!
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I'm wary. Are these the same batteries that come with their TV remotes?
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This deal is meh
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Unless you need the majority of these batteries at once, your best bet is to purchase rechargeables.

Rechargeables are about $2.50 a piece, which y=would equal 15 of batteries from this deal. Rechargeable will last longer than 15 charges.
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urlhasbeenblocked.com has 40 for $5
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urlhasbeenblocked.com has 40 for $5
You do know that when you click it in urlhasbeenblocked that it redirects to meh.com right? laugh out loud
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Nice!!
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Quote from bontech87 View Post :
Unless you need the majority of these batteries at once, your best bet is to purchase rechargeables.

Rechargeables are about $2.50 a piece, which y=would equal 15 of batteries from this deal. Rechargeable will last longer than 15 charges.
Totally agree, but I never seem to coordinate the rechargeables enough to replace everything. I've also become less dependent on things that need batteries other than the required but rechargeables are def worthy IF you use a lot of juice.
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meh.. I bought it.

My Duracell supply from 3 years ago almost depleted. Sorry earth.
Hey maybe in a few years time we can start dumping all this useless stuff in space.
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Quote from bontech87 View Post :
Unless you need the majority of these batteries at once, your best bet is to purchase rechargeables.

Rechargeables are about $2.50 a piece, which y=would equal 15 of batteries from this deal. Rechargeable will last longer than 15 charges.
rechargeables are horrible in devices that sit idle for long periods of time, like remotes... for toys, game controllers, or devices that get almost constant use, rechargeables are good. but low draw barely used devices are better with alkaline. .. or lithium...
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