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DieHard AA or AAA Alkaline Batteries (24-pk.)

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DieHard AA or AAA Alkaline Batteries (24-pk.)
$5.99
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AAA link is not working. When i search for them they aren't on sale.

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jaredb03 said:   AAA link is not working. When i search for them they aren't on sale.
  link fixed

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In 4 1, thx OP!

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Works now...pickup in autocenter. About the same price at 99 cent store for Sony/fuji 4 pack akaline so thats a pretty good deal

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Keep 'em coming CT.

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So, this is about $0.25 a piece? I don't get its usefulness. You can easily recharge an Eneloop 8 times (more like 800 times, or, if you believe their promo, more than 1800 charging cycles) and already recoup your cost on buying the higher cost low self-discharge NiMH that is of the highest quality. Why buy disposables? I would understand it better if it was 0.025, or even 0.05 a piece, but throwing a quarter away each time for a lot less mAh, even... Some one please un-boggle my mind, please!

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nice, in 4 4

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GWBush said:   So, this is about $0.25 a piece? I don't get its usefulness. You can easily recharge an Eneloop 8 times (more like 800 times, or, if you believe their promo, more than 1800 charging cycles) and already recoup your cost on buying the higher cost low self-discharge NiMH that is of the highest quality. Why buy disposables? I would understand it better if it was 0.025, or even 0.05 a piece, but throwing a quarter away each time for a lot less mAh, even... Some one please un-boggle my mind, please!
  Do those batteries give you full 1.5V or 1.25V?
Thanks.

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Now you have to pay for batteries?

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Thanks OP! Went to check out and 5.99 in surprise points were added to my account. Got 'em for free!

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Me too!

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nortotron said:   Now you have to pay for batteries?
  yeah, are you done with all those duracells from Staples and energizers from OD?
Checked out, but no surprise points for me. How did you get those?

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Shows $12.59 for me

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