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8-Count Amazon Basics AA Performance Alkaline Batteries EXPIRED

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Amazon [amazon.com] has Amazon Basics AA 1.5 Volt Performance Alkaline Batteries - Pack of 8 for $3.68 - 5% when you check out via Subscribe & Save = $3.68. Shipping is free with Prime or on $25+ orders.

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$2.94 lower (44% savings) than the list price of $6.62

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Tier0%5%*
Price$3.68$3.50
Unit46.0¢43.8¢
*Save 5% when you receive 5 or more products in one auto-delivery to one address.
Note: You may cancel Subscribe & Save any time after your order ships.

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  • IN THE BOX: 8-pack of AA 1.5 volt alkaline batteries for reliable performance across a wide range of devices
  • DEVICE COMPATIBLE: Ideal for remotes, radios, controllers, toys, and more
  • SINGLE USE: These batteries are NOT rechargeable; for rechargeable options, check out Amazon Basics rechargeable batteries
  • NOTE: Same product, new look; appearance of batteries received may vary

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Terrible comment. Both have their place, but alkalines rule for many applications still.
Costco brand batteries are made by Duracell
I think it depends on the application. Things you use daily should use rechargeable, but things like smoke detectors, remotes, or other things that will go years without a change I like to use alkaline.

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In for one pack @ $3.69 shipped via S&S; thanks OP.

I have rechargeable AAs but I find that testing vintage/retro LCD handheld games require alkaline batteries to truly work properly and have properly lit displays. (Important to make sure that everything is displaying correctly)
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How are these vs costco? reason I ask is everything I have seen the costco batteries are on par with Duracell, which is the top brand. If these are priced the same as costco, seams better to just go with costco.
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How are these vs costco? reason I ask is everything I have seen the costco batteries are on par with Duracell, which is the top brand. If these are priced the same as costco, seams better to just go with costco.
Costco brand batteries are made by Duracell
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same product, just look more stupid.

Would be better if they don't spend so much money into making it look "stupid". If they want to improve they should improve on the price or the performance. It's going to be chuck into the trash anyway.
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Quote from ZakT659 :
Stop buying disposable batteries and just get Panasonic Eneloop batteries.
I prefer alkaline for my smoke detectors. The z-wave ones I have take AA and rechargeables drain faster than I would like.
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If you have eligible 15% SS, 20 pack is cheaper 0.39 vs 0.44 ea
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$0.46 ea
Most deals are down around $0.35 ea for other brands and packs.
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Costco brand batteries are made by Duracell
Costco Batteries leak exactly like duracell.
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The 48 pack is less than $15.
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Costco Batteries leak exactly like duracell.
Name a better comparably priced option.
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$0.46 ea
Most deals are down around $0.35 ea for other brands and packs.
A 'Slick Deal' should be like 20 cents per battery or less. I'm starting to run a little low but I have enough to last until Black Friday.
Last year I paid $8 for a 60 pack of AAA at Home Depot, so 13 cents each.
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