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20-Count NANFU High Performance AAA Alkaline Batteries EXPIRED

$4.55
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Nanfu Direct via Amazon has 20-Count NANFU High Performance AAA Alkaline Batteries on sale for $4.54 when you follow the instructions below and check out via Subscribe and Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.
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Deal Instructions (if you see coupons on the item page):
  1. Go to 20-Count NANFU High Performance AAA Alkaline Batteries
  2. Clip the 20% off coupon on the item page
  3. Clip the 40% off coupon on the item page
  4. Select the "Subscribe & Save" option, if it isn't already selected
  5. Select any frequency, then click 'Set Up Now'
  6. Proceed to checkout
  7. The price should be $12.99 - $5.20 (w/ 40% coupon) - $2.60 (w/ 20% coupon) - 5% S&S discount = $4.54
  8. Complete your order.
    • Note: You may cancel Subscribe & Save any time after your order ships.
Deal Instructions (if you do not see coupons on the item page):
  1. Go to 20-Count NANFU High Performance AAA Alkaline Batteries
  2. Select the "Subscribe & Save" option, if it isn't already selected
  3. Select any frequency, then click 'Set Up Now'
  4. Proceed to checkout
  5. Apply promo code 4USJVAQC
  6. Apply promo code PRLTJVCI
  7. The price should be $12.99 - $5.20 (w/ promo code) - $2.60 (w/ promo code) - 5% S&S discount = $4.54
  8. Complete your order.
    • Note: You may cancel Subscribe & Save any time after your order ships.
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$4.54 at amazon when ou click redeem on both 20% and 40% off coupons on the product page and checkout via S&S for an extra 5% off.

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#76
Quote from ZenNuts :
Worse than Duracell? That's an extremely low bar. I have over 50% of duracell leak when placed in long-term devices like remote control and temperature gauges.
Duracell killed 3 BT keyboards, 2 walkie-talkies, a few flash lights, more than 10 of my kids' toys at least. Duracell ranks #1 to create jobs for Dads... It should be awarded a big medal to honor the coming Father's day.
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Quote from Chris5705 :
You can get electronics made in Philippines, a known US ally. Additionally, many electronics come from Vietnam, Malaysia, Japan, Korea, and possibly the largest alternative Taiwan. Chinese products are unavoidable but increasingly more avoidable.

Your argument is the standard response of those who are easily subdued.
I see you listed a few countries, but not brands. I know it is possible, just not sure it is feasible.

It's like, winning powerball is possible, but not really feasible in reality.

Maybe I'm too old, are product made in Japan perferred now? Feeling like not the case a few decades ago, when we try to support our auto workers.
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Quote from baicai123 :
I see you listed a few countries, but not brands. I know it is possible, just not sure it is feasible.

It's like, winning powerball is possible, but not really feasible in reality.

Maybe I'm too old, are product made in Japan perferred now? Feeling like not the case a few decades ago, when we try to support our auto workers.
No it's not at all like winning the Powerball and you've validated my statement. I will not do if for you. It's products not brands. More of the world is moving on from China.

Rayovac makes most of their batteries here if you want batteries. You just have to look at the label and look for decent quality products, it's not hard. Don't just buy the cheapest thing you can find, those likely will be Chinese and that's how older generations than myself got us here.

Many Japanese cars and trucks sold in USA are more American than a lot of American companies.

I guess I have to elaborate. In your office you could probably have less than half the electronics made in China. My monitor was made in Vietnam, my router was Philippines, mouse Taiwan etc.
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In 4 one, thanks!
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Thanks OP
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