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AGM and Flooded Batteries 25% off and $40 rebate at Pep Boys - Back Again $106

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My car battery is showing signs of death so I started looking around. The Bosch I was looking at (good reviews on Consumer Reports) was only available at Pep Boys so I started digging around their site. They still show the 25% off that was supposed to expire on 12/29/19 as active. It says "Web Only" now so I ordered it for store pickup.

$194.99 (site price)
-$48.75 (25% discount)
-$40 (rebate)
106.24 +taxes and fees.

Rebate expires 2/22/2020. I've attached the form but you can submit it online through pepboys.com/rebates

Link to prior deal (now marked as dead)
https://slickdeals.net/f/13355986-agm-battery-25-off-and-40-rebate-pep-boys

https://www.pepboys.com/batteries...ies/c/1212
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Of course, my AGM Champion H6 doesn't have the 25% off.
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Rebate says "various #'s", does that means all numbers? How is their rebate?
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Have I missed something the only rebate I see linked in either post expired back in Sept 2019?
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Have I missed something the only rebate I see linked in either post expired back in Sept 2019?
Nevermind I was looking at links not attachments.
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FYI, I was at Costco yesterday and found they now sell AGM batteries (Interstate brand). H6 was $169 and flooded was $115 IIRC. I didn't get the price on any other ones though.
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Only a 4 year free replacement? No prorated warranty?
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better off with AGM or lead for a Sonata that will sit a lot in AZ heat?
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better off with AGM or lead for a Sonata that will sit a lot in AZ heat?
AGM is better in just about every scenario if you are planning on keeping the vehicle for at least a few years.
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AGM is better in just about every scenario if you are planning on keeping the vehicle for at least a few years.
Perfect. Looks like the price will be just around $60 AR too! ?

difference b/t Group Size 24FH and 124R?

https://www.pepboys.com/car-batte....0L%20DOHC
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AGM is better in just about every scenario if you are planning on keeping the vehicle for at least a few years.
I think the opposite is true. AGM has it's advantages but longevity isn't one of them. A wet cell, properly maintained, will outlast AGM by a fair margin.
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Does anyone know the country origin of this Champion AGM battery?
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better off with AGM or lead for a Sonata that will sit a lot in AZ heat?
As long as you periodicly check the levels in a wet cell, it will out live a AGM.

AGM has it's pros. But I don't see the point in a car. The big pros of an AGM is that it's spill proof and doesn't vent while being charged. Which makes it good for places like indoors and planes. In a car though, a wet cell is fine.
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I think the opposite is true. AGM has it's advantages but longevity isn't one of them. A wet cell, properly maintained, will outlast AGM by a fair margin.
Longevity is about the only benefit of a flooded battery. But the age difference between them isn't that much, all other things being equal.
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"Rebate offer cannot be combined with any other offer or discount. "
Does this give anyone else pause?
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