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Select Amazon Accounts: 24-Count Energizer Ultimate Lithium AA Batteries EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has for Select Amazon Accounts: 24-Count Energizer Ultimate Lithium AA Batteries on sale for $21.67 when you follow the instructions below. Shipping is free.

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  1. Click here for 24-Count Energizer Ultimate Lithium AA Batteries
  2. Select Subscribe & Save Tab
  3. Eligible Amazon Accounts, clip Extra 20% Savings Box on product page
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  4. Click "Set Up Now"
  5. Proceed to checkout
  6. Your total will be $21.67 with free shipping.

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 24-Count Energizer Ultimate Lithium AA Batteries for $21.67 when you 'clip' the 20% off coupon on the product page and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free.

Note: You may cancel Subscribe & Save anytime after your order ships.
  • $28.90 - 20% Coupon Savings - 5% Subscribe & Save = $21.67



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Ruzarik asked this question on 07-30-2021 at 09:32 AM
07-30-2021 at 11:00 AM
No these are disposable lithium batteries.

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These are lithium.
They are not. But they last longer than traditional batteries in standby so very good for devices that trigger power like surveillance camera (blink for example), toys, etc.

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Got it for $20.50 after tax with 15% S&S! Great deal, thanks OP!
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I prefer these batteries in my trail cameras. This is a good deal for sure.
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20% off only on the first pack unfortunately.
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Are these rechargeable?
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Coupon dead
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Quote from photo ops :
Coupon dead
It shows up for me.
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Anyone know the Costco price? Seems like a better deal here.
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Are these good to use for smart locks?
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I finally discovered Eneloops and will never go back to alkaline batteries.
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Quote from Ruzarik :
Are these rechargeable?
They are not. But they last longer than traditional batteries in standby so very good for devices that trigger power like surveillance camera (blink for example), toys, etc.
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Anyone know the Costco price? Seems like a better deal here.
I wanna say they used to be $15 to $16 for a pack of 20 but I have not seen any recently at my local Costcos. I know folks say don't use this in Electronic door locks and what not but with the heat/cold and weird humidity in Texas every single "won't leak" alkaline leaks and these are the only batteries I can use. Almost lost a door lock, tons of mice and keyboards to Alkalines.
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Only 1,not even Prime,account,out of my 3 Amazon accounts,had 25% off coupon.
Got it.Thanx!
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Are these good to use for smart locks?
I was advised these are not good for door locks because of a voltage drop off but I have no choice since it's better than leaking batteries destroying the lock. They drained fast in my old Shlage lock but in the Yale and Kevo ones they seem to last quite a while with no issues.
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