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Deal for auto battery?

1,293 532 March 26, 2018 at 08:59 AM
Haven't seen a deal on battery for a while. Where do you guys get your battery?

I am also not sure which brand is better. Is sears/diehard good? I get a few points to burn if I cannot find a better deal.

Thanks a lot.

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https://slickdeals.net/coupons/advanceauto-parts/?couponid=1419435

brand doesn't matter imo, just the warranty length..and keep your receipt in the glove box.
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https://slickdeals.net/coupons/advanceauto-parts/?couponid=1419435

brand doesn't matter imo, just the warranty length..and keep your receipt in the glove box.
Agreed. It's going to go out about the same time no matter what brand you get on the cheap batteries. Whoever has the best replacement/prorated warranty exchange is the way to go. I usually have had the best luck with Duralast Gold, 3 years replace, 5 years for Prorate.
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Thanks. AdvanceAutoPart just has a 30% code today, but the price for battery is still higher than sams club/walmart. I find costco's interstate is cheapest option for me. For a size 35 battery, they are only $75. Not sure if they are three year warranty.
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Yes Costco is 42 months warranty and in my case best price and warranty. YMMV
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