BOGOF Energizer Ultimate batteries "C" "D" and "9v" @ Argos. - HotUKDeals
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I spent ages yesterday shopping for some (any) C batteries for my kids new toys. Everywhere seemed out of stock so I went home and checked on-line. I found Argos were doing "buy one, get one free" on many Energizer Ultimate's so I reserved a few packets and just picked them up locally.

I believe Energizer Ultimate along with Duracell M3 are the most powerful batteries currently available.

BOGOF is available on the following.
Energizer Ultimate C Batteries - 2 Pack. £3.19
Energizer Ultimate 9V Battery - 1 Pack. £3.19
Energizer Ultimate D Batteries - 2 Pack. £3.19

Argos are also offering "3 for 2" on Energizer Ultra batteries.

The cheapest I can find elsewhere are £1.95 per pack of "C's" at Ebuyer, but you only get a single pack and you have to pay extra for delivery.

edit: Also AA and AAA have special 4+4 free packs for £3.19.
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And Get £1 Back Through Quidco ---- Bargain !!!
And Get £1 Back Through Quidco ---- Bargain !!!

Quidco is 1.5%, so you'd have to spend over £66 to get £1 cashback!!!...

Cashback on the Reserve Online & Collect in store will be limited to £1 per person per day
shame i ended up paying through the nose on christmas eve at the local garage when i noticed all the games needed batteries ... i must be better organised next year ??
And Get £1 Back Through Quidco ---- Bargain !!!

Reserve & Collect cashback has now ended the following information has been left for reference for those users who have yet to complete the validation steps of their transaction.

Only online sales now
Cheaper at wilkinsons if you want to buy in bulk-pack of eight aa's and aaa's energizer ultimates £5.80 buy one get one free! So 16 for under £6.
Personally I find AA and AAA (of any major brand) can be had cheaply quite easily. I guess they are the most popular battery sizes so cheaper to mass produce and distribute.

However, quality C's, D's and 9v's (PP3's) are much harder to locate at good prices. £3.19 for 4x highest quality C's and D's, and the same price for 2x 9v's seemed very good to me.

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