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Promoted 04-22-2016 by daisybeetle at 06:36 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 6-Pack of 24-Count Energizer Industrial AA Alkaline Batteries on sale for $18.44. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $49 or more. Thanks DOGGIEVIEW

Note: This is temporarily out of stock, but can still be ordered.

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Edited April 22, 2016 at 06:24 AM by annie930ny
"Temporarily out of stock" but still can be ordered. Shipping weight looks good.
Comes to approx $0.13 per battery
http://www.amazon.com/Energizer-I...ailpages00

This is the same FP Deal posted previously at $24.20 which was also "Temporarily out of stock" at that time.
You can cancel and reorder at the lower price. Did "Multi-Quote" everyone on this thread of price drop.
http://slickdeals.net/f/8641366-energizer-industrial-aa-alkaline-batteries-24-count-pack-of-6-144-total-24-18?src=SiteSearch
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#4
Garbage batteries...very high rate of leakage. Go for Duracells.
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#5
Thanks....cancelled my other order and saved 6 bucks(ish)

these are excellent batteries at an excellent price

As for the Duracells norcainative- do you have a link to 144 Duracells for this price or less?
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Thanks OP Smilie
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#7
Are these better than the ACDelco AA batteries? I have them set for S&S at $19.54 for a 100-pack, but this is a better deal if the batteries are comparable.
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#8
Anyone see deals on 9V?
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#9
jumped on this deal last time..it too was OOS and has NOT come back in stock (and most likely never will!).. this one is even cheaper too! These are obvious mistakes by Amazon and they can simply just leave them OOS instead of pulling it.. gets you to Amazon too so you may just buy something else.
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Last edited by pesto126 April 22, 2016 at 06:43 AM
#10
These suck. Don't use them on anything more advanced than a TV remote. What you would do with this many I have no idea but they don't last long at all so maybe before they're expired you've changed your remote batteries 72 times...
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Quote from LordJ View Post :
These suck. Don't use them on anything more advanced than a TV remote. What you would do with this many I have no idea but they don't last long at all so maybe before they're expired you've changed your remote batteries 72 times...
So... It doesn't keep on going and going?? o_O
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#12
used to use rayovac but they started leaking when in items for long

the maxell on Amazon are amazing. highly recommended
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Last edited by KiefChris April 22, 2016 at 06:46 AM
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out of stock again
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Quote from norcalnative_707 View Post :
Garbage batteries...very high rate of leakage. Go for Duracells.
Not saying you're wrong because I don't have personal experience with these batteries... but I'm seeing nothing but positive reviews everywhere I look.
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Quote from KiefChris View Post :
used to use rayovac but they started leaking when in items for long

the maxell on Amazon are amazing. highly recommended
I've had the exact opposite experience. Though Duracell's have always been the leakiest for me. I wish someone collected data regarding battery leakage!
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