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jonny619447 Avatar
suspended5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
Looking for last minute batteries for all the toys for my daughter

Will need quite a few (When we were getting her presents they seemed to get forgotten about, lol)

I see some good offers at asda and the like through search, but there is no expiry dates on them.

Anyone know which offers are still going?

Thanks
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suspended5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
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#1
Hi, I got all of ours from Poundstretcher. Packs of 14 AA or AAA Hyundai batteries for a pound. They had loads of other types and if they're just for the kids toys they'll do quite well.
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mhabble
Hi, I got all of ours from Poundstretcher. Packs of 14 AA or AAA Hyundai batteries for a pound. They had loads of other types and if they're just for the kids toys they'll do quite well.


Cheers mhabble. That wil do nice for boxing day :)
#3
This won't really help you but, I bought a load of rechargeable batteries off Ebay a couple of weeks ago ready for xmas. I think I paid £15 for 16 Duracell rechargeables.

The money spent JUST on batteries for the new toys is just unreal. So this year I planned in advance :D
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Bammy
This won't really help you but, I bought a load of rechargeable batteries off Ebay a couple of weeks ago ready for xmas. I think I paid £15 for 16 Duracell rechargeables.

The money spent JUST on batteries for the new toys is just unreal. So this year I planned in advance :D


Batteries have come down quite a bit in recent times. Should have got them before when I see the offers but like I say it just got forgot about somehow

Edited By: jonny619447 on Dec 24, 2010 17:36
#5
Poundland or 99p store sell them in strips. There ok for my sons trains. Ive put a few in toys today so will see how long they last. Duracell have a lot off buy 4 get 4 free packs about but they are usually over the £4 mark. Ive seen these in Morrisons, Currys, Pc World
#6
Yeah i got all mine from poundland same as poundstretchers and haven't had a problem since with them :D not bad for a pound :D

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