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48-Pack Insignia Alkaline Batteries (AA or AAA) EXPIRED

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Best Buy.com has 48-Pack Insignia Alkaline Batteries (AA or AAA) on sale for $8.99 each. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks shagz7
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Best Buy.com [bestbuy.com] has 48-Pack Insignia Alkaline Batteries (AA or AAA) on sale for $8.99 each. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+.

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary depending on location
This is $1 more than the price from the previous +90 Frontpage deal for these batteries from March and earlier in April.
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How do they compare to Duracell?
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How do they compare to Duracell?
Battery technology hasn't changed a whole lot in a while, but here is some food for thought:
http://www.businessinsider.com/do...ies-2012-1
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Always have had good luck with these packs and although I believe they have been a little cheaper at times, this is a good value. Seems a lot more devices are utilizing AAA over AA nowadays.
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Aren't these usually 7.99?
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Aren't these usually 7.99?
Only if you bought them during the deal earlier this month or in March. I just picked them up a few days ago for $15 when I saw the price drop alert from Slice.
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Aren't these usually 7.99?
That's exactly what I was just thinking.
These are really good batteries. Never experience these leak like the Duracells
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These are a slick deal at like $6 or $7...
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Battery technology hasn't changed a whole lot in a while, but here is some food for thought:
http://www.businessinsider.com/do...ies-2012-1
Interesting, but he doesn't even specify what type he got from the dollar store. They could have even been heavy duty (not alkaline) batteries. I would expect these to perform much more like Duracell/Energizer than dollar store garbage despite the cheaper price.

edit: confirmed. the last "update" at the end of that article confirms that the dollar store batteries were heavy duty. these batteries are alkaline and will perform very similarly to Energizer of Duracell.
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Free shipping since I bought a TV from Best Buy last year.
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These are the worst brand batteries to buy. A shame Slick Deals keeps promoting this junk.
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Good price if you need some now. Not as cheap as they can be. I would not recommend stocking up.
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Battery technology hasn't changed a whole lot in a while, but here is some food for thought:
http://www.businessinsider.com/do...ies-2012-1
This post is from 2012? Also Ikea batteries are awesome & were even tested & rated right upthere with Duracell along with Costco Kirkland.
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In for one of each. Thanks OP!
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