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Energizer AA 24 Value Pack was £9.99 now £4.49 with code (free C+C) @ Ryman Stationery
Energizer AA 24 Value Pack was £9.99 now £4.49 with code (free C+C) @ Ryman Stationery

Energizer AA 24 Value Pack was £9.99 now £4.49 with code (free C+C) @ Ryman Stationery

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Not a bad price at all, yes I know packs can be found cheaper at Poundland, but they only last .3 of a second.

Perfect for refilling the "Kids Toys"

£4.49 with code UN9M30WO
--Biboboy

. Energizer AA Alkaline Power Batteries

. Pack of 24

. Dimensions (mm) H 50 W 100 D 78

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What about these ones. Do they last longer then .3 seconds?

Only £4.49 with code UN9M30WO


Edited by: "Biboboy" 8th Nov 2016

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Biboboy

Only £4.49 with code UN9M30WO




Nice one! I shall update post
Edited by: "msmyth" 8th Nov 2016

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2 Packs for £7.98, thanks for the heads up

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Thanks comes straight away too

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Thanks. Just ordered 2 packs for store pickup.

Nice one...that'll do nicely for all the xmas decs!!

20% off code (1057) 'not eligible on this product' anyone else have this message

Not eligible for further discount

Bought these for xbox controllers. Nice deal.

Also £4.99 at Robert Dyas.

A note on Poundland batteries. Anything "heavy duty" or zinc based will be terrible. The ones where you get 12-20 batteries for a quid. Don't even bother. Usually Kodak, Sony or Panasonic in Poundland, and are the rubbish chunk at the bottom of the graph.

The Kodak Xtralife Alkaline batteries in packs of 6 from Poundland are actually really good. Pretty much the cheapest you'll find alkaline batteries. As good as any Duracell / Energizer alkaline battery, All alkalines are pretty much the same. the only ones that do better are the more expensive lithium ones.


http://www.batteryshowdown.com/static/images/mah_large_200mA.png

tuftyhill

20% off code (1057) 'not eligible on this product' anyone else have this … 20% off code (1057) 'not eligible on this product' anyone else have this message



I got the same message. Going through guest checkout

Energizer AA 24 Value Pack
Please note this item is not eligible for discount. -Shame

DavidJBrown

Energizer AA 24 Value PackPlease note this item is not eligible for … Energizer AA 24 Value PackPlease note this item is not eligible for discount. -Shame



Worked for me earlier. They must have just blocked it recently oO

No codes working for me but still a bargain, heat added

IKEA ones have got to be the best value batteries out there

delivery is £3.40...

Delivery nearly as much!

nice price

have been this price in store for months

Nice price, don't use AA batteries anymore though.

srw985

A note on Poundland batteries. Anything "heavy duty" or zinc based will … A note on Poundland batteries. Anything "heavy duty" or zinc based will be terrible. The ones where you get 12-20 batteries for a quid. Don't even bother. Usually Kodak, Sony or Panasonic in Poundland, and are the rubbish chunk at the bottom of the graph.The Kodak Xtralife Alkaline batteries in packs of 6 from Poundland are actually really good. Pretty much the cheapest you'll find alkaline batteries. As good as any Duracell / Energizer alkaline battery, All alkalines are pretty much the same. the only ones that do better are the more expensive lithium ones.


Wonder if anyone has done more recent analysis - the chart is great but I wonder if it's getting a bit long in the tooth now. I know very little of the science behind all this though and it may indeed be possible that this chart is still relevant in 10 years.

great price but sadly neither code UN9M30WO nor 1057 is valid

What specification are these batteries, where would they fit in the list above.
Are they available in store?
Cheers

The Ikea AA`s are £1.50 for 10, so cheaper & slightly better. But good if you can`t get to a Ikea

srw985

A note on Poundland batteries. Anything "heavy duty" or zinc based will … A note on Poundland batteries. Anything "heavy duty" or zinc based will be terrible. The ones where you get 12-20 batteries for a quid. Don't even bother. Usually Kodak, Sony or Panasonic in Poundland, and are the rubbish chunk at the bottom of the graph.The Kodak Xtralife Alkaline batteries in packs of 6 from Poundland are actually really good. Pretty much the cheapest you'll find alkaline batteries. As good as any Duracell / Energizer alkaline battery, All alkalines are pretty much the same. the only ones that do better are the more expensive lithium ones.



Poundland 6 for £1 are beaten by Ikea 10 for £1.50 (may be £1.49). The readycell in HB are now 6 for £1, so Ikea are the best deal I have found.

But it's £3.40 for delivery

out of stock 15:27 Wednesday 9/11/2016

Ordered a pack around 2pm c+c, collected from store at 5pm...sorted...cheers op

Link appears to be dead now - offer or stock may have finished on-line.

Collected mine today in St Albans and they had quite a few packs at the checkout.

Still available. Code works too. Just bought 3 packs for just over £13.

I'd vote hot but I don't have the option. Thank you, the kids are gonna need these little things over xmas :-)

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