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Office Depot OfficeMax Rewards: 100% back in Rewards on Duracell AA/AAA batteries (packs of 16). Limit 2. 12/17/2017 - 12/23/2017.

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Office Depot OfficeMax Rewards: 100% back in Rewards on Duracell AA/AAA batteries (packs of 16). Limit 2. 12/17/2017 - 12/23/2017.

Duracell Alkaline AA/AAA 16-PK Batteries
SKUs: 242237 (AA), 651674 (AAA)
100% back in Rewards on Duracell AA/AAA batteries (packs of 16).
Limit 2 - 2 TOTAL NOT 2 PER SKU.
12/17/2017 - 12/23/2017.
Valid in-store and online.

Offer noted in the online version of the in-store flyer, page 1: https://akimages.shoplocal.com/dy..._ulden.jpg

Terms noted in the online version of the in-store flyer, page 4: https://akimages.shoplocal.com/dy..._shb9d.jpg

Office Depot Rewards Offer page (when updated): http://www.officedepot.com/a/cont...rdsoffers/

Product Page: http://www.officedepot.com/catalo...674+242237

OFFER TERMS: Bonus Rewards: 100% back on Duracell® Coppertop Alkaline Batteries, 16pk: Valid in store, online, by phone or fax from 12/17/17 – 12/23/17 11:59 PM ET or while supplies last, whichever occurs first. Limit 2 offers per member. This offer cannot be combined with other Bonus Rewards offers on the same or similar products and services.

PROGRAM TERMS: http://www.officedepot.com/cm/hel...conditions

PROGRAM FAQ: https://www.officedepot.com/a/con...ewardsfaq/

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BASICS:
  • Note 01: The Rewards earned from this offer will be paid out to the penny. Under the new Rewards program, there are no more points and point payout increments.
  • Note 02: The Rewards earned from this offer will be made available in the form of a Rewards Certificate soon after the item ships.
  • Note 03: The Rewards Certificate will expire 03/31/2018.
  • Note 04: Per the terms of the program, "Rewards are earned on the final price paid at checkout for an item or service, excluding tax and delivery fees, after all discounts are applied and after deducting the value of any free gifts with purchase and the value of any reward and/or merchandise certificates/cards applied to that purchase."
  • Note 05: Purchases paid for with Gift Cards earn Rewards. Be aware that a Gift Card can possibly be turned into a Merchandise Card if a return is placed on the Gift Card. See Note 04 above.
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Office Depot OfficeMax Bonus Rewards Promotions for the week of 12/17/2017:

Office Depot OfficeMax Rewards: 100% back in Rewards on Duracell AA/AAA batteries (packs of 16). Limit 2. 12/17/2017 - 12/23/2017.
-- https://slickdeals.net/f/11046407

Office Depot OfficeMax Rewards: Boise X-9 Multi-Use Copy Paper. Pay $6 Get back $5.99 in rewards. Limit 3 per week. 11/19/2017 - 12/23/2017.
-- https://slickdeals.net/f/10830991

Office Depot OfficeMax Rewards: Office Depot Copy & Print 5 ream case. Pay $23.99 Get back $20 in rewards. Limit 2 per week. 10/01/2017 - 12/30/2017.
-- https://slickdeals.net/f/10612880

Office Depot OfficeMax Rewards: Boise POLARIS Premium Multipurpose Paper case. Pay $39.99 Get back $30.00 in Rewards. Limit 2 per week. 12/17/2017 - 12/30/2017.
-- https://slickdeals.net/f/11055391

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For information or questions about the Office Depot OfficeMax Rewards program:

Office Depot OfficeMax Rewards Everything - the new rewards program beginning 07/01/2017.
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Office Depot OfficeMax Rewards Everything Program Terms and Conditions
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Office Depot OfficeMax Rewards Everything Frequently Asked Questions
-- http://www.officedepot.com/a/cont...ewardsfaq/

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Nice - more batteries! At least it's not more paper.
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In a retail monetary system, an office depot dollar is probably worth 40 cents! Do people even look at purchasing power when they start getting excited about rewards money?!
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In a retail monetary system, an office depot dollar is probably worth 40 cents! Do people even look at purchasing power when they start getting excited about rewards money?!
In a retail monetary system? If you are that smart why are you shopping on slickdeals? Even if what you say is true about the 40 cents on a dollar (I would put it more like 60 cents on the dollar) it would lower each battery to 60 cents. The lowest I could find on amazon was a 40 pack for 29.87 so 75 cents each. With my monetary system judgement, it would be more like 40 cents each.

If people feel good about doing rewards let them. It does save money, especially if you shop the store a lot.
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In a retail monetary system? If you are that smart why are you shopping on slickdeals? Even if what you say is true about the 40 cents on a dollar (I would put it more like 60 cents on the dollar) it would lower each battery to 60 cents. The lowest I could find on amazon was a 40 pack for 29.87 so 75 cents each. With my monetary system judgement, it would be more like 40 cents each.

If people feel good about doing rewards let them. It does save money, especially if you shop the store a lot.
Cause you can get a 32 pack of Duracell batteries for 20-25 dollars. So why would you buy 16 at an inflated price to be able to get rewards that don't stretch as much as other stores?

My beef is not against deals? Its against 100% back rewards at stores that already over inflate prices. Diminishes the value of the rewards.
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costco has 40 pack of AA Duracell batteries for around $13.
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Duracrap
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costco has 40 pack of AA Duracell batteries for around $13.
... and how much of that do you get back in rewards?
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Its back again. I think an year ago? Gotta get moarr
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Cause you can get a 32 pack of Duracell batteries for 20-25 dollars. So why would you buy 16 at an inflated price to be able to get rewards that don't stretch as much as other stores?

My beef is not against deals? Its against 100% back rewards at stores that already over inflate prices. Diminishes the value of the rewards.
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... and how much of that do you get back in rewards?

here is the math, if you spend all your money on buying more batteries with the reward (tax not included):

Office Depot $16 for 16, with $16 back in rewards that is used to buy another 16 batteries =
= 32 batteries for the price of $16 (cost per single battery $0.52)

Costco currently is selling 40 pack for $13 making it (cost per single battery $0.33)


Costco deal is better if you have a Costco membership, no need to deal with paperwork or rewards, no need to pay double tax, no need to deal with almost defunct company, if battery fail before EOL take them back get full refund . . .

If you don't have a Costco membership, you can get HF brand batteries for free at HF

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here is the math, if you spend all your money on buying more batteries with the reward (tax not included):

Office Depot $16 for 16, with $16 back in rewards that is used to buy another 16 batteries =
= 32 batteries for the price of $16 (cost per single battery $0.52)

Costco currently is selling 40 pack for $13 making it (cost per single battery $0.33)


Costco deal is better if you have a Costco membership, no need to deal with paperwork or rewards, no need to pay double tax, no need to deal with almost defunct company, if battery fail before EOL take them back get full refund . . .

If you don't have a Costco membership, you can get HF brand batteries for free at HF

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You forgot to factor in the second rewards you get from second batteries order which was done using the points from first battery order.

example:
1st order: batteries using my CC: $16+tax
get $16 points
2nd order: batteries using point: $16 + tax(my CC)
get $16 points
3rd order: use $16 points for batteries?

Last year along with 20% off coupon and this offer I got 32 batteries+ Samsonite neck pillow + Samsonite travel plug for $14 only.

so this deal is not as slick as last year but slick itself
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I have been rolling this for a while. But my last two purchases where I used my Rewards, I did not get my Reward Certificate. So I don't know if they have tightened up on use of Rewards to pay for the batteries.
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Woot more stamps
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Duracrap
Yep. If you want battery leakage in your remotes and flashlights, these will get the job done.
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