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

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Office Depot and Office Max is offering select Duracell Coppertop Alkaline AA/AAA Batteries on sale for the prices listed below. Office Depot/Max Rewards Members [Free to Join] will also earn 100% Back in Rewards Points [Details]. Also, save an additional 20% Off w/ coupon code 70362481 (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 $35 or more.

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    • 100% back in Rewards on Duracell Coppertop batteries offer valid through 5/21/22 11:59 PM ET or while supplies last
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100% back in Bonus Rewards on Duracell Coppertop AA/AAA 16-pk & 24-pk Batteries valid only at officedepot.com and in store from 5/8/22 to 5/21/22 11:59 PM ET or while supplies last, whichever occurs first. Rewards are limited to 2 items per member. This offer cannot be combined with other Bonus Rewards offers on the same or similar products and services.

There is a 20% off coupon 70362481 which will reduce your out-of-pocket expense and still keep the purchase over $10 for recycling.
Not certain if code would work in the stores. If it will they would not stack with a PM. So a PM is usually your best price.

Price matching is possible with Amazon, Walmart, and possibly other local stores with proof.


Can buy batteries online or in-store, In-store does price match. Not certain if a CSR would by phone though. They also won't likely stack a price match and the coupon with a call if they allow a PM.

Wondering why this is a deal? This helps those using OD/OM rewards with recycling benefits to spend the minimum $10 monthly out-of-pocket to qualify to recycle up to 10 carts.
Remember: Rewards issued only for actual out-of-pocket expense. They normally hit your account within 48 hours. Must use rewards number when purchasing to get rewards.
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HeatGun asked this question on 05-10-2022 at 10:51 AM
05-10-2022 at 10:51 AM
To the extent a 100% back in Bonus Rewards offer such as this is paid for with Rewards -- or Merchandise cards for that matter -- it does not earn Bonus Rewards.

To the extent paid for with cash, check, credit/debt card, and gift card, the purchase earns Bonus Rewards.
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And since they are Duracell, expect them to leak. I never buy Duracell since they often leak and ruin whatever they are in.
It's a feature, not a bug.
but you won't get $13 back from costco.

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Has office depot been reliable on paying out the rewards lately? I thought I caught a post that said that people were not getting their rewards recently. I'm usually ok with paying 2x to 3x the cost of these knowing we will spend the rewards on stuff we normally buy there.
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how is everyone storing all their batteries?
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Has office depot been reliable on paying out the rewards lately? I thought I caught a post that said that people were not getting their rewards recently. I'm usually ok with paying 2x to 3x the cost of these knowing we will spend the rewards on stuff we normally buy there.
I get mine every time. Maybe they left out their rewards number when purchasing or used rewards to purchase, but all I can do is guess and as I have told them before all they need to do is contact customer service for Rewards dept, and they will make it right if it was some glitch. Your records will back you up as long as you used rewards number etc. If the error is on the user, they could return and try again.
Also you only have to pay the best price you can match it to in the store as mentioned earlier. It saves you out of pocket and lowers rewards, but I do it every time. Amazon or WM are my go tos.
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how is everyone storing all their batteries?
Room temp, dark place. If they leak I just pitch them.
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I get mine every time. Maybe they left out their rewards number when purchasing or used rewards to purchase, but all I can do is guess and as I have told them before all they need to do is contact customer service for Rewards dept, and they will make it right if it was some glitch. Your records will back you up as long as you used rewards number etc. If the error is on the user, they could return and try again.
Also you only have to pay the best price you can match it to in the store as mentioned earlier. It saves you out of pocket and lowers rewards, but I do it every time. Amazon or WM are my go tos.

Room temp, dark place. If they leak I just pitch them.
And since they are Duracell, expect them to leak. I never buy Duracell since they often leak and ruin whatever they are in.
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Thanks op, always get in on this deal when it's available. Never had an issue not receiving my rewards
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And since they are Duracell, expect them to leak. I never buy Duracell since they often leak and ruin whatever they are in.
It's a feature, not a bug.
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Can you pay for these using rewards and still get rewards back?

EDIT: reading more carefully it appears that its only good for actual out of pocket expense.
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No thanks. I can get 40 of these at Costco for $13
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Need lithium aa battery deal.
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Can you pay for these using rewards and still get rewards back?

EDIT: reading more carefully it appears that its only good for actual out of pocket expense.
Was planning on buying and using reward to buy more batteries in future deals since these come up time to time. I guess that won't work
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No thanks. I can get 40 of these at Costco for $13
but you won't get $13 back from costco.
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but you won't get $13 back from costco.
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Quote from hpcaub :
And since they are Duracell, expect them to leak. I never buy Duracell since they often leak and ruin whatever they are in.
So you're saying I should have said "when", not "if".laugh out loud
My experience over 30 plus years of getting them is I have had a few unopened packs get some leaky ones within a couple of years. Seldom sooner, usually not at all.

Edit: The leakage is not actually battery acid. But it can still be caustic to equipment. Almost always something that has not permanently damaged my items, but YMMV based on amount of leakage, sensitivity and how long you leave them in without using the item (which keeps adding to any leakage). I take batts out of stored, or unused remotes, etc.

I cannot recall the last time I had an item destroyed by this, but I have had to clean some contacts now and then.

Others have reported in these threads some success in getting Duracell to take responsibility if something is permanently damaged, but of course, that is not going to be as simple as it should be. Much easier to get replacement batteries for packs that have leakage with receipt and pic I believe.

I hope this can help some here to have a bit of peace of mind.
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