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

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Best Buy has 48-Pack Insignia Alkaline Batteries (AA or AAA) on sale for $9.49 - 10% Off w/ Sign Up & Save = $8.54. Shipping is free. Thanks zheka160

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BestBuy has AA [bestbuy.com] and AAA [bestbuy.com] for $8.54 if sign up for their easy replenishment program, once it's shipped, you can cancel it.

Store this pack of 48 AAA batteries so you always have some handy. With bulk alkaline batteries in the drawer, you don't have to run to the store every time you get a new device or battery-powered toy. These 48 AAA batteries are the right size to power many small toys, gadgets and remote controls.


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Maybe so, but when your kids have STUPID crap that gets lost before it needs new batteries, these cylindrical fart nuggets are a godsend.
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how do these compare to the 48 pack of energizer batteries? those batteries are trash, i change them in my Nest Protects like once a month,
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how do these compare to the 48 pack of energizer batteries? those batteries are trash, i change them in my Nest Protects like once a month,
Maybe so, but when your kids have STUPID crap that gets lost before it needs new batteries, these cylindrical fart nuggets are a godsend.
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Maybe so, but when your kids have STUPID crap that gets lost before it needs new batteries, these cylindrical fart nuggets are a godsend.
LOL good point I guess.
Dont have too many battery powered toys that get lost, at least not yet, so my main concern/use would be Nest Protects and just random crap around the house that requires them. Just want to know if these are any better than the energizer ones or same, or worse. i'd be fine with better/same but not worse lol
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LOL good point I guess.
Dont have too many battery powered toys that get lost, at least not yet, so my main concern/use would be Nest Protects and just random crap around the house that requires them. Just want to know if these are any better than the energizer ones or same, or worse. i'd be fine with better/same but not worse lol
Likely a little worse. I've been putting Lithium's into the Nest Protect, since I had getting up to change them. Lasts for at least 18 months.
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Likely a little worse. I've been putting Lithium's into the Nest Protect, since I had getting up to change them. Lasts for at least 18 months.
yeah those are the ones they came with, cant beat the energizer lithium, but the price is up there considering i have about 7 Nest Protects (42 batteries) lol
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These don't last very long compared to other cheap and similarly priced batteries on Amazon.
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Thanks OP! Needed some AAAs.
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Thanks OP - ordered both. Hope it's not a pain to cancel the subscriptions.
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Sure they don't last as long as Duracell, but they also cost a heck of a lot less.
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These don't last very long compared to other cheap and similarly priced batteries on Amazon.
Amazon is $14 for 48 AAA AmazonBasics; 36 for $10. Not quite apples to apples.
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Thanks OP - ordered both. Hope it's not a pain to cancel the subscriptions.
It's not. I think it's only 1 click of a button. (Maybe 2, to confirm cancellation). I've done it previously.
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