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Energizer Lithium AAA 12 pack $15.99 with 20% first time S&S coupon $11.99

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Normally $15.99 for a 12 pack. For the 12 pack I had a 20% first time S&S coupon available to use.


I believe the final price without an amazon card and only 5% S&S unlocked is $11.99

Original Price: $15.99
-20% coupon: -$2.20
-5% S&S: -$.80

Total: $11.99



With 15% S&S unlocked they ended up being $10.38 plus tax.
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nicessgg asked this question on 09-09-2021 at 01:21 PM
09-09-2021 at 01:21 PM
NOT rechargeable

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This got me to 15% S&S, so $10.39 before tax.

Not a great deal on AAA batteries, but a good deal on the Lithium version which is ideal for rarely-used items you want to have ready to go. They don't leak, they self-discharge at an amazingly slow rate,a nd they work well cold or hot, so they keep your [emergency] device ready for use anywhere, any time.
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is it rechargeable?
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Better go to Costco and get 40 DURACELL AAA batteries @17.99
https://www.costco.com/duracell-a...70110.html
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Quote from nicessgg :
is it rechargeable?
NOT rechargeable
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Better go to Costco and get 40 DURACELL AAA batteries @17.99
https://www.costco.com/duracell-a...70110.html
The Duracell are good batteries. However, they are not as good as
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The Duracells are very good batteries for most needs. But they are not as good as Energizer Ultimate Lithium AAA or AA Batteries.
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Quote from MaccBook :
Better go to Costco and get 40 DURACELL AAA batteries @17.99
https://www.costco.com/duracell-a...70110.html
If you're willing and able to replace them every 8-12 months, absolutely or, better yet, go get a pack of eneloops. In two years, though, there's a good chance that the alkalines (and, in my experience especially Duracells) will leak and ruin the device. And even if they don't, they're unlikely to be operational a year to two after that.
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Quote from msteward :
The Duracell are good batteries. However, they are not as good as
This is what happens when you use Energizer, you run out of battery before completing the comment. Big Grin
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Quote from overzeetop :
If you're willing and able to replace them every 8-12 months, absolutely or, better yet, go get a pack of eneloops. In two years, though, there's a good chance that the alkalines (and, in my experience especially Duracells) will leak and ruin the device. And even if they don't, they're unlikely to be operational a year to two after thatIf
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If you're willing and able to replace them every 8-12 months, absolutely or, better yet, go get a pack of eneloops. In two years, though, there's a good chance that the alkalines (and, in my experience especially Duracells) will leak and ruin the device. And even if they don't, they're unlikely to be operational a year to two after that.
If you are not going to use the device on a regular basis, better remove batteries. Otherwise never had duracells leak on a routinely used device like remote control, camera, toys, flashlights, etc.
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Damn! Plain old batteries that cost more than rechargable? Crazy.
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Can't order from Alaska and Hawaii.
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Duracell is not a good battery anymore. They're just a big marketing machine living of their reputation from 10-40 years ago. The energizer max (non lithium) are much better. Last longer and don't leak.
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Oklahoma you are
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