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Insignia Alkaline Batteries: 24-Count AA + 12-Count AAA w/ Case EXPIRED

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Best Buy.com has 24-Count Insignia AA Alkaline Batteries + 12-Count Insignia AAA Alkaline Batteries w/ Storage Case (NS-CB36KIT) on sale for $6.99. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks captainguy

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I bought these batteries on this deal a couple weeks ago. Took the batteries out of the wrapper and put them in my numberpad deadbolt and it immediately started flashing red to say the batteries are about to die. Must be old or maybe a temperature issue I don't know why only that the ones I received don't have much charge left in them.
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Neat box
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Amazon deal on batteries or this?
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I bought these batteries on this deal a couple weeks ago. Took the batteries out of the wrapper and put them in my numberpad deadbolt and it immediately started flashing red to say the batteries are about to die. Must be old or maybe a temperature issue I don't know why only that the ones I received don't have much charge left in them.
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These batteries are decent for the price, but they just don't last very long at all. You'll be swapping these out a lot in things like controllers.
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Not quite as good as the previous 48 for $7.50 deal, but still a great buy.

Haven't noticed them not lasting long. Use them in my photography gear and they do as well powering strobes/flashes as named brands.

I'm 3/4 of the way into the ones I bought last time, so in for 4 packs this time to top up.
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I'm not good at math, but I think the Amazon deal is better?
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I got in on the last 48 for 7.50 (I think twice over the last year or two). IMO, these are slightly better than "dollar store" batteries, but not by much. I didn't have any leak or be dead out of the package, but I'm things like wireless keyboards and toys they burned out quicker than I expected. That being said, also a pretty good price.
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If you're buying these. It's because you want the plastic case. With the amount of "Eneloop" batteries or what people say are rebranded versions of them. I have no idea why anyone would need this many disposable batteries that aren't so great.
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Careful, trying to unsubscribe is a pain. I unsubscribed and they still delivered at full price
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Bought these on the last deal, they go empty really fast.
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Went 3 years on Duracell for a nest smoke alarm. Just got my 3rd low battery alert today in 4 months with these. Never again.
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These batteries are decent for the price, but they just don't last very long at all. You'll be swapping these out a lot in things like controllers.
I use them in Roku remote and Xbox controller and don't seem to have this problem. Since I use headphones with my Roku, my batteries do last less longer but these aren't that bad compared to Duracell
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