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TDMVP73 24,363 102,178 December 12, 2014 at 03:22 PM in Batteries (5) More TigerDirect Deals
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Promoted 12-13-2014 by longmanj9 at 02:22 PM View Original Post
TigerDirect via Walmart has 100-Pack Ultra N-RGY AAA Batteries for $14.99. Shipping is free. Thanks pmurphy01


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TigerDirect has 100-Pack Ultra N-RGY AA Batteries for $24.99 - $10 w/ coupon code DJL149818 = $14.99Shipping is free. Thanks TDMVP73

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Comes out to be $0.15 per battery.

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Edited December 12, 2014 at 08:26 PM by TDMVP73
Hey guys,

I didn't see this posted, so I thought I'd share.
This item is also Shop Runner eligible.

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#3
amazing price but reviews are questionable. anyone have experience with these?
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Quote from TDMVP73 View Post :
Hey guys,

I didn't see this posted, so I thought I'd share.
This item is also Shop Runner eligible.
TD its repost of the FP deal http://slickdeals.net/f/7351898-100-pack-ultra-n-rgy-aa-or-aaa-alkaline-batteries-15-free-shipping
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It's not a repost.

That coupon code is dead. This is a general use one sent via e-mail. Theirs was a Slickdeals exclusive one that is now expired.
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#6
How are the Ultra batteries compared to Duracell Copper Tops?
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If Eneloop can be recharged 1000 times, it beats any of these Alkaline batteries in cost, right?
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If Eneloop can be recharged 1000 times, it beats any of these Alkaline batteries in cost, right?
eneloop might be cheaper in cost but not very convenient . Also I am not very sure that eneloops will last 1000 charge cycles .
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I got these last fp, used about 10 so far. I haven't had to replace it yet. I used these mostly for my son's wii.
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#10
Already had stocked up on AAs but needed more AAAs. Thanks for the suggestion OP! In for one!
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Thanks! Already got some AAs at meh the other day, good to know my remotes and flashlights will be stocked for the next year.
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Why can't it be 50aa and 50aaa? I don't need 100 of each :/
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got my 100 AAA ordered with free shipping. Thanks. I just use them in work flashlights.
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I bought these during the last sale and I haven't replaced any yet. Even if they started dying today, they're still worth $0.15 per battery which is even better than the garbage batteries they sell at the dollar store. Absolutely worth the $15.

Also, I have young children and about a year ago thought I would be a smart guy and go with rechargeable enelops. They're amazing batteries, but if you have young children, it's a bad idea. Of the 12 I originally had, 4 were dropped in a toilet and I think I know where 3 of the remaining ones are. If you're buying for teenagers or adults, and don't have many different things that require batteries, go with the rechargeable ones.
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Yep... Eneloops aren't always a good deal especially if risk of loss is high. There are many things that non-rechargeable batteries are better for.
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