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Found the 2-pack of Ryobi 4Ah lithium+ 18V batteries for $80+tax in special buy area. This deal is in-store, not online. YMMV.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-.../204321540

Apparently, some have been getting these for $60 or less, but I have not had that luck. = Extreme YMMV
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Price in title is always appreciated.
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Price in title is always appreciated.
I realized I forgot. Cannot edit on mobile. Will update later.
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So what you are saying is this is YMMV at brick and mortars?

Out of stock online
$99.00 /each

full site...
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-.../204321540
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Old news, my store has these for 60.00. I suspect Ryobi is getting ready to change over to a higher voltage.
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Old news, my store has these for 60.00. I suspect Ryobi is getting ready to change over to a higher voltage.
why do you suspect a higher voltage?????? If anything I would think they would be working on 5 or 6amp hour batteries. Higher voltage doesn't make sense to me either because they built an entire 18v one plus line for diy costumers. I can't see them changing voltages right now maybe in the future but right now just doesn't make any sense to me.
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why do you suspect a higher voltage?????? If anything I would think they would be working on 5 or 6amp hour batteries. Higher voltage doesn't make sense to me either because they built an entire 18v one plus line for diy costumers. I can't see them changing voltages right now maybe in the future but right now just doesn't make any sense to me.

Well either could be right but Ryobi is due for a change. The battery and the way attached is old school.
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Old news, my store has these for 60.00. I suspect Ryobi is getting ready to change over to a higher voltage.

$60 for 2 pack 4ah?? Why haven't you posted would be fp by now.
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these were $45 during the spring cleaning sale
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are people mentioning these cheap prices looking at that detail that these are then lithium+ batteries. I thought retail price on those was 99$ each but the 2 pack was limited time special
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This 2 pack of Ryobi Batteries hits the shelves twice a year..Fathers day & Black Friday @ $99. A few packs always sit around the store until it hits the $50 -$60 price point. Once in a while you can get the very rare YMMV deal of $24.

I can't see Ryobi going to a new battery connection system because they have a good following from the weekend DIY crowd. These people don't want to invest in a new battery / tool system when they already have the basics & the just need that one extra POS gimmick tool to get the job done.
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Quote from iluvmysh View Post :
$60 for 2 pack 4ah?? Why haven't you posted would be fp by now.
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This 2 pack of Ryobi Batteries hits the shelves twice a year..Fathers day & Black Friday @ $99. A few packs always sit around the store until it hits the $50 -$60 price point. Once in a while you can get the very rare YMMV deal of $24.

I can't see Ryobi going to a new battery connection system because they have a good following from the weekend DIY crowd. These people don't want to invest in a new battery / tool system when they already have the basics & the just need that one extra POS gimmick tool to get the job done.
The 2-pack 4Ah "high-capacity" 18V batteries (the lime-green batteries) for $24? You are not referring to the "new" and "compact" black batteries are you?
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The 2-pack 4Ah "high-capacity" 18V batteries (the lime-green batteries) for $24? You are not referring to the "new" and "compact" black batteries are you?
If you didn't get these deals a couple years back then this is the reason why you don't understand what he's saying. Just move on. History will not repeat itself. EEK!
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The 2-pack 4Ah "high-capacity" 18V batteries (the lime-green batteries) for $24? You are not referring to the "new" and "compact" black batteries are you?
Same battery pack. it is a rare YMMV deal when it gets to that price point. You only have a 3 week window to buy it @ 75% off. Then HD is supposed to pull it off the shelf.
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This is effectively a seasonal item for HD that has a unique P/N because it is just integrated packaging of a "buy one get one" promotion. I have discussed their promotional displays with an HD manager and he said that they prefer the unique P/N because it actually gives them more flexibility and prevents any confusion with having to change over signage when promo-eligible merch is often in multiple locations around the store. They sometimes have to just black out portions of the promo sign for a period of time because of the way excess "formerly on sale" inventory is managed/cycled from endcaps/bins to normal shelving, and that means there are oversights/inconsistencies that inevitably result in manual price adjustments.

As with most HD markdowns due to inventory age this will be very YMMV. My local HD is an incredibly busy urban-located store and rarely has any of the aging markdown merchandise in stock when I have checked. I have had luck finding Stage 1 and even Stage 2 HD markdowns at some larger, suburban locations. Nice find by OP for those who can find this SKU at their local store.
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