36 pack Philips batteries 24 AA 12 AAA - £1 instore @ B&M
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36 pack Philips batteries 24 AA 12 AAA - £1 instore @ B&M

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LocalFound 14th Feb
This is another Brilliant deal from B&M, 36 pack Phillips batteries 24 AA 12 AAA, however like all there deals they are only available in store, and only while stocks last, I bought mine in Paisley but the deal was for all stores, Good Luck
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It was a nice planet while it lasted.
There was a wee fairy called Nough.......
thomasleep28 m ago

It was a nice planet while it lasted.


Don't tell Kim Jong un that all he needs to do to end the world is nip down B&M and buy a packet of batteries. ....He'll have the right hump having spent all that money on nuclear war heads.
zx636r5 m ago

Don't tell Kim Jong un that all he needs to do to end the world is nip …Don't tell Kim Jong un that all he needs to do to end the world is nip down B&M and buy a packet of batteries. ....He'll have the right hump having spent all that money on nuclear war heads.


Well the end of the world and going to B+M ........ you said it
have to check this local hot
Are these alkaline?
spitthedog19649 m ago

Are these alkaline?


Can't see it, would be fantastic deal if so, most probably zinc carbon
phillyboy3 m ago

Can't see it, would be fantastic deal if so, most probably zinc carbon


Yes They're Alkaline 15V
Lol waste of time
Thanks op, I got 6packs.
lucyferror5 m ago

Lol waste of time


Maybe to you, but most of us could use a spare packet of batteries for clocks, remotes and the like.
Ridiculous price, probably costs more to dispose of these than the sale price. We need a similar scheme as for low energy light bulbs to get these phased out, rechargable batteries are so cheap now ie 75p each there's little reason there couldn't be a law to only sell them.
Damn it, I already bought the missus a Valentines present!
As a bonus they are Best before 08-2022.
Meek_Mellow18 m ago

Maybe to you, but most of us could use a spare packet of batteries for …Maybe to you, but most of us could use a spare packet of batteries for clocks, remotes and the like.


Chances to find it anywhere are really slim
MonkeysUncle4 m ago

As a bonus they are Best before 08-2022.


Excellent, they might be back up in price tomorrow as they were at £1 a couple of weeks ago and went back up in price.
Dekard9713 m ago

Damn it, I already bought the missus a Valentines present!


LOL, that's the quote of the day, have a thumbs up..
Just got some at ne29 north Shields I left 7 packs on shelf,
Can't believe I found a swap in store lol, had to Google to find a store I'm 100 mile from home
Still had a few packs at Burslem and Hanley branches as of 18.30 14/02! Scanning at a £1
Not seen in my local (Newtownabbey) store
Sorry. can't see them in store or online. Been walking around for 10 min.
lucyferror16 m ago

Chances to find it anywhere are really slim


You'll not find them if you don't look, but they are genuine, if there's a store near you and the staff are lacking, then you'll have a better chance as they'll still be priced at the original price but check the bar code as it'll end with 11662
steve7113 m ago

Still had a few packs at Burslem and Hanley branches as of 18.30 14/02! …Still had a few packs at Burslem and Hanley branches as of 18.30 14/02! Scanning at a £1


Happy days.
cosmindulce15 m ago

Sorry. can't see them in store or online. Been walking around for 10 min.


They're not advertised on line, but ask a staff member or try again in a day or two, they might be getting more in tomorrow.
Meek_Mellow38 m ago

You'll not find them if you don't look, but they are genuine, if there's a …You'll not find them if you don't look, but they are genuine, if there's a store near you and the staff are lacking, then you'll have a better chance as they'll still be priced at the original price but check the bar code as it'll end with 11662



What I mean that it's usually long gone or only local deal which is hard to find. Quite often staff grabs deals like that for themselves
lucyferror6 m ago

What I mean that it's usually long gone or only local deal which is hard …What I mean that it's usually long gone or only local deal which is hard to find. Quite often staff grabs deals like that for themselves


Yes, I agree that staff usually grab all the good deals, but this one was across all stores and some stores had a lot more stock than others, I found a couple of newly listed packs on e-bay, which might explain were some of them are.
SFconvert1 h, 23 m ago

Ridiculous price, probably costs more to dispose of these than the sale …Ridiculous price, probably costs more to dispose of these than the sale price. We need a similar scheme as for low energy light bulbs to get these phased out, rechargable batteries are so cheap now ie 75p each there's little reason there couldn't be a law to only sell them.


In principle I agree but having invested £30+ in decent batteries and chargers only to find some of my devices won't work with rechargables there's still a need for disposables.
johnnystorm2 h, 11 m ago

In principle I agree but having invested £30+ in decent batteries and …In principle I agree but having invested £30+ in decent batteries and chargers only to find some of my devices won't work with rechargables there's still a need for disposables.


Yep, some things don't like rechargeables as they're only 1.2V.
Nice, gonna make a DIY Tesla
I bought a load of these are the end of the summer at £1 a box. Mad that they're still in some stores.
Few left in Cardiff bay store.
Besford12 h, 45 m ago

Yep, some things don't like rechargeables as they're only 1.2V.


Not strictly true, fully charged the they are around 1.35 - 1.4v and drop slowly to around 1.2v. alkaline batteries start off at about 1.6v then drop away to under 1.2v.
I've not found many things that don't like rechargables, what electrical items to you find don't work so well with them?
SFconvert2 h, 23 m ago

Not strictly true, fully charged the they are around 1.35 - 1.4v and drop …Not strictly true, fully charged the they are around 1.35 - 1.4v and drop slowly to around 1.2v. alkaline batteries start off at about 1.6v then drop away to under 1.2v. I've not found many things that don't like rechargables, what electrical items to you find don't work so well with them?


They only work for a few minutes in my Roberts DAB radio. Disposables will run for, oh, a couple of hours. Isn't DAB hopeless!
No stock in Dudley
bought 3 nice find op33267800-LSFwJ.jpg
dannyjones10614 h, 27 m ago

I bought a load of these are the end of the summer at £1 a box. Mad that …I bought a load of these are the end of the summer at £1 a box. Mad that they're still in some stores.


Well spotted, it should have read 1.5v, but you knew that already, cheers
dannyjones10614 h, 27 m ago

I bought a load of these are the end of the summer at £1 a box. Mad that …I bought a load of these are the end of the summer at £1 a box. Mad that they're still in some stores.

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