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Office Depot and OfficeMax [Store Locator] is offering their Rewards Members (free to join): 100% Back in Office Depot/OfficeMax Rewards on select Duracell Coppertop Alkaline Batteries for the prices listed below, w/ coupon code 87539032. Select free curbside pickup where available otherwise shipping is free on $60+ orders. Thanks iggles
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Valid in store and at officedepot.com from 9/20/20 to 9/26/20 11:59 PM ET or while supplies last, whichever occurs first. Rewards are limited to 2 items per member. This offer cannot be combined with other Bonus Rewards offers on the same or similar products and services.

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For those who have not spent $10 to recycle this month, OD is offering 100% back in rewards on select AA/AAA batteries this week.


Bonus Rewards: 100% back in Rewards on Duracell Coppertop AA/AAA 16-PK and AA 24-PK Batteries: Valid in store and at officedepot.com from 9/20/20 to 9/26/20 11:59 PM ET or while supplies last, whichever occurs first. Rewards are limited to 2 items per member. This offer cannot be combined with other Bonus Rewards offers on the same or similar products and services.

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OD should price match to Amazon or Walmart, so the out-of-pocket would be lower.
24 Pack AA - https://www.amazon.com/Duracell-C...0035LCFNQ/

16 pack AA - https://www.amazon.com/Duracell-C...003SIOZB6/ - $12.61 >Now $12.78

16 pack AAA -https://www.amazon.com/Duracell-C...006CSQXLO/ - 12.78
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Agreed. But, when you have free batteries laying around you tend to use them and they have destroyed many devices. For those unfortunate to use these I have been able to recover about 80% using Deoxit to remove corrosion and restore the devices.
When I was a kid Duracell were the best batteries. They did not leak. What happened? In the height of OfficeMax rolling rewards I accumulated a lot of Duracell batteries. The batteries are dated for 10 years but 2 years in, sitting in an AC controlled closet 75% had at least one leaking battery.
Duracell does have a program to get leaking batteries and damaged devices replaced or fixed for free. I have not bothered to go down that path as you have to mail all the stuff to them and I don't want to throw more money down that hole.Maybe someone could comment on success in using that program. I just don't understand why Duracell does not just fix the product. It is obvious they know they have a problem.
Even the free HF AAA don't leak. Why can't Duracell figure it out?

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Use coupon code 87539032 to take 20% off.

AA/AAA 16-PK $15.51 A/C


AA 24-PK $20.47 A/C



OKAY. OKAY. We know these leak. This deal is mainly for folks who need to meet the $10 minimum monthly spend to be eligible for ink cartridge recycling.
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OKAY. OKAY. We know these leak. This deal is mainly for folks who need to meet the $10 minimum monthly spend to be eligible for ink cartridge recycling.
Agreed. But, when you have free batteries laying around you tend to use them and they have destroyed many devices. For those unfortunate to use these I have been able to recover about 80% using Deoxit to remove corrosion and restore the devices.
When I was a kid Duracell were the best batteries. They did not leak. What happened? In the height of OfficeMax rolling rewards I accumulated a lot of Duracell batteries. The batteries are dated for 10 years but 2 years in, sitting in an AC controlled closet 75% had at least one leaking battery.
Duracell does have a program to get leaking batteries and damaged devices replaced or fixed for free. I have not bothered to go down that path as you have to mail all the stuff to them and I don't want to throw more money down that hole.Maybe someone could comment on success in using that program. I just don't understand why Duracell does not just fix the product. It is obvious they know they have a problem.
Even the free HF AAA don't leak. Why can't Duracell figure it out?
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Careful, I pricematched the last 100% back to Amazon.. Did not get the cash back on account. Tried on another account, no PM, got full price back on account in 3 days.
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Anyone paid with officedepot giftcard and still got 100% back in rewards?

I know reward dollars and coupons count against the cash back total. Not sure about officedepot giftcards.
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Anyone paid with officedepot giftcard and still got 100% back in rewards?

I know reward dollars and coupons count against the cash back total. Not sure about officedepot giftcards.
Gift cards are ok. Merchandise cards are not.
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Gift cards are ok. Merchandise cards are not.
Merchandise card meaning store credit right? Awesome thank you.
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Merchandise card meaning store credit right? Awesome thank you.
Correct
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Agreed. But, when you have free batteries laying around you tend to use them and they have destroyed many devices. For those unfortunate to use these I have been able to recover about 80% using Deoxit to remove corrosion and restore the devices.
When I was a kid Duracell were the best batteries. They did not leak. What happened? In the height of OfficeMax rolling rewards I accumulated a lot of Duracell batteries. The batteries are dated for 10 years but 2 years in, sitting in an AC controlled closet 75% had at least one leaking battery.
Duracell does have a program to get leaking batteries and damaged devices replaced or fixed for free. I have not bothered to go down that path as you have to mail all the stuff to them and I don't want to throw more money down that hole.Maybe someone could comment on success in using that program. I just don't understand why Duracell does not just fix the product. It is obvious they know they have a problem.
Even the free HF AAA don't leak. Why can't Duracell figure it out?
I claimed a damaged led headlamp, they asked me the value and gave me a check, didn't have to ship them the damaged item. They just asked for pictures of the damaged item, where it's stored, the leaking batteries...

I have also claimed the warranty on leaking batteries, they gave me 2 $10 vouchers for duracell batteries. Just sent pics too, didn't have to ship the leaking batteries.

I think it's against usps policy to ship damaged batteries.
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I've taken advantage of this offer for several years on many occasions and then noticed several items that were actually destroyed by leaking batteries, including atomic wall clocks and an Apple Trackpad. So that's more than a hundred bucks totally avoidable damage, therefore I've stopped taking part in this kind of Russian roulette madness altogether.
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I've taken advantage of this offer for several years on many occasions and then noticed several items that were actually destroyed by leaking batteries, including atomic wall clocks and an Apple Trackpad. So that's more than a hundred bucks totally avoidable damage, therefore I've stopped taking part in this kind of Russian roulette madness altogether.
You should try sending in the item through their guarantee program. https://www.duracell.com/en-us/contact/
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I'm curious, this is original Duracell, right? Not some OD-specific Duracell?
Why would Duracell leak, and if they do leak, then what to expect from other less known brands in the market? I thought Duracell is a quality battery, in a similar manner to Energizer.
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Need K cups 100% back... Not these...
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Yes, just like people said above, the batteries leak way ahead of their expiration date. Besides, they are overpriced before the cashback. I gave up on the OD 100% back on batteries long ago and just buy batteries at discount in Costco or Walmart.
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