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Duracell AAA Ultra rechargeable 4 pack £1.97 John Lewis & partners - £2 click and collect
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Duracell AAA Ultra rechargeable 4 pack £1.97 John Lewis & partners - £2 click and collect

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Duracell AAA Ultra rechargeable 4 pack £1.97 John Lewis & partners - £2 click and collect
Posted 9th Sep 2020

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£1.97 for a four pack of decent rechargeable batteries. Click and collect is £2 per order.
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£1.97 + £2.00 = £3.97
thanks, Hot for me
Footsore09/09/2020 09:56

£1.97 + £2.00 = £3.97


It was changed in moderation to that...
Now it says oos if you try adding it to basket
Edited by: "gamer14" 9th Sep
daveham09/09/2020 09:58

It was changed in moderation to that...


What does that mean, in English?

It's a really good find, and one I've just availed myself of. Thank you OP

But it remains £1.97 purchase price, plus £2.00 Click & Collect charge, equates to £3.97 and not the £2.97 indicated.
Edited by: "Footsore" 9th Sep
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Never understood why they charge for click and collect.
Footsore09/09/2020 10:08

What does that mean, in English?It's a really good find, and one I've just …What does that mean, in English?It's a really good find, and one I've just availed myself of. Thank you OPBut it remains £1.97 purchase price, plus £2.00 Click & Collect charge, equates to £3.97 and not the £2.97 indicated.


In English that means the ones who monitor the post modified the original posts and put £2.97 instead. Which is obviously wrong.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 9th Sep
Heat for the price, not so much heat for the extra charge, as at £4 you can get Varta (Which I believe are superior) from Screwfix or Tronic from Lidl, however no point to debate, as OOS. For £2 this would have been a real bargain.
sheffield78809/09/2020 10:13

Heat for the price, not so much heat for the extra charge, as at £4 you …Heat for the price, not so much heat for the extra charge, as at £4 you can get Varta (Which I believe are superior) from Screwfix or Tronic from Lidl, however no point to debate, as OOS. For £2 this would have been a real bargain.


Fortunately it's (was) £2 C&C for the whole order, and not each item.
That's another item Ticked on the Christmas List.
Footsore09/09/2020 10:18

Fortunately it's (was) £2 C&C for the whole order, and not each …Fortunately it's (was) £2 C&C for the whole order, and not each item.That's another item Ticked on the Christmas List.


I guess if you get a few or something else, £2 extra may not be that bad. But for getting only 1 or 2 of these, the c&c kills the deal.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 9th Sep
simplesays09/09/2020 10:11

Never understood why they charge for click and collect.


It's probably because they take the stuff off the shelf and have it packed and ready for you to collect.
Still in stock for me.
I just this minute bought 4 packs! Heat from me. Not oos here
UnknownConcept09/09/2020 10:28

It's probably because they take the stuff off the shelf and have it packed …It's probably because they take the stuff off the shelf and have it packed and ready for you to collect.


And there's the Mystery...

If your scenario is the case, it suggests existing staff, already there, already being paid...so what's the charge actually for?

Well yes, to make more money, and because they can

That Capitalism, eh?
Footsore09/09/2020 10:08

What does that mean, in English?It's a really good find, and one I've just …What does that mean, in English?It's a really good find, and one I've just availed myself of. Thank you OPBut it remains £1.97 purchase price, plus £2.00 Click & Collect charge, equates to £3.97 and not the £2.97 indicated.


When it was moderated the price was changed.
simplesays09/09/2020 10:11

Never understood why they charge for click and collect.


Because people like to pay for it. If no one bothered to pay for collection then they will lose business and make it free again like Tesco Direct did. Best thing is avoid paying £2.00 collection charge then they will make it free
I've just had 4 packs delivered from my local JL. They waived the delivery charge as well so it was £7.96 all in.

Click the 'Check in-store stock' link, find a store with stock, preferably your local store and then press the 'Request collection or delivery'. They should call you within a couple of hours.
Just had mine delivered but they aren't Duracell Ultras, just standard

Called customer service but they wouldn't do anything other than refund if I wanted to return
Edited by: "bloooo" 11th Sep
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