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Energizer 'AAA' batteries - 16 batteries for £1.99

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9y, 4m agoFound 9 years, 4 months ago
Picked up this deal in Home bargains, heanor yesterday. Its an 8 pack with 8 free (Only the 'AAA' 'LR03' size) but for £1.99 a pack these are a steal I'm sure! Even the woman on the till commented that they were a bargain!
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#1
Thanks for this - all my remote controls take these, as well as various other things. :thumbsup:
#2
You can get 12 Panasonic AA's in most pound shops - not great for digi cams but great for clocks, remotes etc. Good deal for AAAs :)
#3
if you can get the 99p shipping deal or you plan on ordering any ink/paper/blank media then why not pick your batteries up from here ...

http://svp.co.uk/products-solo.php?pid=3063&prepg=3


£0.63 for 8 rayovac (these are every bit as good as duracell as they last just as well)
#4
£1.99 is a fantastic price for 16 quality AAA's :) I don't think theres any stores near me though, just checked the storefinder thing. Voted hot though as even for 8 it would be a good price, but for 16 it's a steal.
#5
KittyKate
You can get 12 Panasonic AA's in most pound shops - not great for digi cams but great for clocks, remotes etc. Good deal for AAAs :)


Indeed. In fact for camping I took 8 Ever Ready AAA's (I think they were Ever Ready, they were certainly a main brand name) and 12 Hyundai (never known them to make batteries) AA's. Altogether they cost me £1.98 (99p each) from Poundland on Union Street in Glasgow (fairly large glass fronted shop with a blue shop banner and yellow, I think, logo/writing).

So while I don't want to pïss on the OP's fire, this sort of price for batteries is common in just about every pound shop.
#6
Got 8 AAA batteries for £1 in Poundland yesterday. They had plenty and always do.

They were Panasonic I think, certainly not generics.
#7
Are these ALKALINE batteries?
#8
D A M N

I aint going 86 miles to get some AAA lol
#9
rooney10
if you can get the 99p shipping deal or you plan on ordering any ink/paper/blank media then why not pick your batteries up from here ...

http://svp.co.uk/products-solo.php?pid=3063&prepg=3


£0.63 for 8 rayovac (these are every bit as good as duracell as they last just as well)


The post was quoting 'AAA' not 'AA' which you can always pick up cheaply.

AAA are always harder to find and usually more expensive too
#10
Even the woman on the till commented that they were a bargain!

Thinking of feeding her rabbit?
#11
AndyToys
Are these ALKALINE batteries?


Yep, it clearly says on the batteries Alkaline-0% mercury. hope this helps, thanks for the hot votes folks! ;-)
#12
these are a bargain, there is one in my town so i will check in on saturday. i need these for my ipod speakers.

great find thanks

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