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16-Count Duracell Coppertop Batteries (AA or AAA) + 100% Back in Rewards EXPIRED

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Office Depot and OfficeMax is offering select Duracell Coppertop Alkaline AA/AAA Batteries on sale listed below. Office Depot/Max Rewards Members [Free to Join] will also earn 100% Back in Rewards Points [Details]. Also, save an additional 25% Off w/ coupon code 46692910 (apply in cart). To earn Slickdeals Cashback, before purchase, follow the cashback instructions below (PC extension required, before checkout). Select free curbside pickup to save on shipping, otherwise, free shipping on orders $60 or more.

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  • Rewards are earned on the price paid for an item or service before tax and after deducting all discounts.
  • Program rewards are paid out monthly; only as a rewards certificate when a minimum of $3 is earned
  • Program rewards will expire at the end of each calendar quarter if less than $3 has been earned
  • Rewards certificates are redeemable for future purchases at Office Depot/Max stores, online or by phone
  • Limit 1 account per household/business

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  • Offer valid through Oct 23, 2021 11:59 PM ET or while promotion last.
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Add 25% off Coupon code in cart (works for whole cart if you order 2):46692910
This effectively lowers your out-of-pocket spending and taxes. Note: It will reduce your rewards payout. You only earn what you pay (less taxes). This makes it easier to liquidate rewards as you won't have to spend as much later to use them.
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"Welcome to Office Depot Marketing! We don't innovate when it comes to offers. We just rinse and repeat. And repeat. And repeat."

Good luck finding something to buy later with your rewards that is not horribly overpriced.
Rewards no longer roll as they used to many years ago for % back in rewards deals. Only for specific $$ back deals now.
Don't use rewards to purchase any % back in rewards deals. You will only earn rewards for any out-of-pocket you pay, after all discounts, coupons, rewards. The best trick is to price match something you will use for the rewards spending.

So how is $15 better than $0? Anti-slick.


Apparently, you don't know that they price match. Including Amazon, Walmart, other locals.
Worst case, you can buy stamps with rewards. Just do so on a sep purchase than anything earning rewards like this.
Batteries leak.
Cheaper at Costco.
Duracell sucks.
Over priced.
OD sucks.
Some other lame statement.

Ok now that is out of the way, let those of us who know how to make this deal work profit in peace.

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Thank you c2nah777
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"Welcome to Office Depot Marketing! We don't innovate when it comes to offers. We just rinse and repeat. And repeat. And repeat."

Good luck finding something to buy later with your rewards that is not horribly overpriced.
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The batteries are overpriced to begin with. Is it really worth paying for it at that price and then finding something to buy with the rewards?
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"Welcome to Office Depot Marketing! We don't innovate when it comes to offers. We just rinse and repeat. And repeat. And repeat."

Good luck finding something to buy later with your rewards that is not horribly overpriced.
this isn't a deal. costco has 40 double a for $15 right now.
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Duracell are sh!t batteries. They all leaked and destroy your electronics. I have lost count on how many remotes/flashlights/toys I have thrown away due to these junk batteries. They are also made in China but "assembled in USA"
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I Just keep using the initial 100% cash back to buy more batteries over and over again when the 100% cash back comes back around…
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Quote from AlexaDT :
I Just keep using the initial 100% cash back to buy more batteries over and over again when the 100% cash back comes back around…
Rewards no longer roll as they used to many years ago for % back in rewards deals. Only for specific $$ back deals now.
Don't use rewards to purchase any % back in rewards deals. You will only earn rewards for any out-of-pocket you pay, after all discounts, coupons, rewards. The best trick is to price match something you will use for the rewards spending.
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this isn't a deal. costco has 40 double a for $15 right now.
So how is $15 better than $0? Anti-slick.
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The batteries are overpriced to begin with. Is it really worth paying for it at that price and then finding something to buy with the rewards?
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[I]Good luck finding something to buy later with your rewards that is not horribly overpriced.
Apparently, you don't know that they price match. Including Amazon, Walmart, other locals.
Worst case, you can buy stamps with rewards. Just do so on a sep purchase than anything earning rewards like this.
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Updated with 25% off regularly priced items Coupon Code 46692910 for this category. This effectively lowers your out-of-pocket spending and taxes. Note: It will reduce your rewards payout. You only earn what you pay (less taxes). This makes it easier to liquidate rewards as you won't have to spend as much later to use them.
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"Welcome to Office Depot Marketing! We don't innovate when it comes to offers. We just rinse and repeat. And repeat. And repeat."

Good luck finding something to buy later with your rewards that is not horribly overpriced.
Note: what I do.... Real Slickdealers know to purchase the batteries, and when the rewards come in you purchase whatever household items you would have from Walmart, Target, best buy, etc. At office Depot and have office Depot "price match" the competition price, and use rewards to pay for it. ( Wash, rinse repeat, & save).
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Batteries leak.
Cheaper at Costco.
Duracell sucks.
Over priced.
OD sucks.
Some other lame statement.

Ok now that is out of the way, let those of us who know how to make this deal work profit in peace.
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Bought these last time, about 30% have leaked.

What brand/type is everyone going to?

I use Eneloop or the IKEA rebranded Eneloops for things that take rechargeable, but remotes and some toys require the full 1.5v of alkaline.
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I have used the rewards to get some RAM, chair mats, speakers. I also sent some to my fam overaeas. Some people have donated the batteries too. They are overprice indeed, but if you can find something not overpriced to use them rewards on it is a nice deal. Since taking advantage of OD battery offers, I have not seen any leaking when in use.
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I Just keep using the initial 100% cash back to buy more batteries over and over again when the 100% cash back comes back around…
When was last time you purchased with cash back money and still get cash back? My experience is it won't roll and you only get cash back on out or pocket among.
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