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Amazon has 28-Count Duracell CopperTop AA Alkaline Batteries for $12.31 after you 'clip' the 30% extra savings coupon on the product page and checkout w/ Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25+.

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Reviews are complaining of receiving bad batteries
Same price as Costco per battery. ($17.99 for 40 vs $12.32 for 28) FYI.
Not a very good deal, we just got a 40 pack of Energizer from Sam's for $14.49

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Same price as Costco per battery. ($17.99 for 40 vs $12.32 for 28) FYI.
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Reviews are complaining of receiving bad batteries
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Don't buy for anything stored. Ruined a thermostat and Logitech remote.
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Not a very good deal, we just got a 40 pack of Energizer from Sam's for $14.49
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Reviews are complaining of receiving bad batteries
I have had this happen to me. Receive dead batteries or they leak quickly. Very unlike buying from Costco which are always fresh and last long.
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I have had this happen to me. Receive dead batteries or they leak quickly. Very unlike buying from Costco which are always fresh and last long.
My last purchase of Duracells from Costco leaked terribly -- and it wasn't the first time. I thought it was a fluke so I tried them again with the same results. Never again will I risk my electronics to Duracell batteries.
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My last purchase of Duracells from Costco leaked terribly -- and it wasn't the first time. I thought it was a fluke so I tried them again with the same results. Never again will I risk my electronics to Duracell batteries.
So which brand will you take the risk with instead?
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So which brand will you take the risk with instead?
Energizer is the only real competitor that they have.
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For me, the ones that I have not noticed leaks.

Precharged ones - Sanyo Eneloops, Duracell, Ikea branded
Lithium - Energizer
Alkaline - Energizer (only started using these recently, after all other brands leaked over time)

Interestingly, have not come across any 9v that leak, regardless of brand.

A battery that leaks in a device, isn't worth the risk if regardless a great deal or even free. If Energizer alkalines leak on me, then I'll just stick to the precharged and lithiums.
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just get some cheap rechargeable batteries which will work better and safer to use as rechargeable don't leak

got these a few month ago for ~$18
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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Reviews are complaining of receiving bad batteries
right on they ruined several of my electronic items
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My last purchase of Duracells from Costco leaked terribly -- and it wasn't the first time. I thought it was a fluke so I tried them again with the same results. Never again will I risk my electronics to Duracell batteries.
This is scary!

I got some Duracells around $15 four months ago from Amazon. I hope I don't see anything crazy like this going on.

They were Duracell Optimums so I'm hoping they're not prone to this leakage like the regular ones are.
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Home Depot batteries still cheaper.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/HDX-A.../303234235
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