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Duracell Plus batteries - AA 4 pack - 2 for £2.00 @ Asda

£2.00 @ George (Asda George)
Not sure if this is a good offer but showing at asda online. One pack is £2.98 but buy 2 packs for £2. It says AAA also available
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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
Not sure if this is a good offer but showing at asda online.

One pack is £2.98 but buy 2 packs for £2.

It says AAA also available
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#1
Pretty good deal I reckon - cheers.
#2
bought some earlier and it was 2 for £3 or £2.98 each!!!
#3
Fantastic deal, heat added!
#4
stevesimc
bought some earlier and it was 2 for £3 or £2.98 each!!!


Just checked, definitely 2 for £2 for Product Code 963270.
Valid until 27/10/2009
#5
hot!!!!!!!!!! gunna stock up 2moro for xmas prezzys!
#6
Grr, I was wanting to post this. Had to ask an assistance if the price was right, as it made zero sense!
#7
You can tell Christmas is coming, can't you just.....
#8
how much is delivery?
#9
Heat Added

Ive just ordered 24 (max you can order) packs, added some milk to make my order up to min £25 coming on Monday the offer ends on 27th oct (tues)
Saved me £47.52 Fantastic deal
Thanks
#10
Good Deal, 8 batteries for £2! HOT!

But wouldn't it be better to buy some 'instant' rechargeable batteries? THey are a little extra but well worth the extra money?
#11
rash
Good Deal, 8 batteries for £2! HOT!

But wouldn't it be better to buy some 'instant' rechargeable batteries? THey are a little extra but well worth the extra money?


yeh but how many of these would you need with all the toys at xmas? not only that electric to charge them costs money too :whistling:
#12
NiKKiBooP24;6649261
yeh but how many of these would you need with all the toys at xmas? not only that electric to charge them costs money too :whistling:


You don't need to be a mathematical whizz-kid to do the calculations - the more kids toys using them, the more you need rechargeables! It makes little difference if all you use batteries for is one clock once a year!

Rechargeables pay for themselves after very few uses, maybe as soon as Boxing day.:santa:

The electricity cost to charge them is tiny!
#13
Do you get the bunny with it? lol
#14
The POS have them at 2 for £3 but they scan through at 2 for £2.
#15
Went into Asda SE London this evening- the battery section was one of the most disorganised parts of a supermarket I have ever seen - badly labeled, things out of place and really difficult to work out what was what.

Couldn't work out what was what and the staff member I asked seemed to have better things to do...
#16
nihcaj
You don't need to be a mathematical whizz-kid to do the calculations - the more kids toys using them, the more you need rechargeables! It makes little difference if all you use batteries for is one clock once a year!

Rechargeables pay for themselves after very few uses, maybe as soon as Boxing day.:santa:

The electricity cost to charge them is tiny!


dont get shirty mate!! u stick to ur rechargeables, im really not bothered :roll:

anyways...to op, managed to get 6 packs so thanx for that! :thumbsup:
#17
NiKKiBooP24;6709378
dont get shirty mate!! u stick to ur rechargeables, im really not bothered :roll:


Odd then, for someone to come here who isn't bothered about spending extra money. I only wish I had it to chuck away!
#18
nihcaj
Odd then, for someone to come here who isn't bothered about spending extra money. I only wish I had it to chuck away!


aww poor you :roll:
#19
NiKKiBooP24;6710475
aww poor you :roll:


I forgot, some people can't let anyonelse have the last word....they have to keep on going. Go on say something else, then I can delete this thread and get on with not wasting what money I do have, which is what I thought was the entire point. ;-)

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