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Energizer AA Batteries - 12 Pack + 12 Free (£16.74 Seperate >>> NOW £6.99 @ ARGOS)
Energizer AA Batteries - 12 Pack + 12 Free (£16.74 Seperate >>> NOW £6.99 @ ARGOS)

Energizer AA Batteries - 12 Pack + 12 Free (£16.74 Seperate >>> NOW £6.99 @ ARGOS)

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Great deal on batteries this Christmas.

Would be £16.74 if bought separately (6x item 980/3064)

Ends Christmas Eve

Get buying before they go!!!

22 Comments

Original Poster

Usually you will hear the kind people at argos asking you if you want the batteries with the item.
Get these ones instead...save money...and save all that hassle on Christmas Day looking for batteries

voted cold - try CPC for 40 x AA GP alkaline batteries for about £6 + vat

Noticed in Asda that these were £1 for 4 so that's £6 for 24 so 99p cheaper than this deal:whistling:

Thanks. Voted hot.

voted hot

Original Poster

Thanks

It would be even cheaper if you bought 4x rechargables and charged them six times

i really need to purchase some decent batts coz these homebargains (12 for a £1) are chit

lol HOT

Original Poster

forcephil;3608247

i really need to purchase some decent batts coz these homebargains (12 … i really need to purchase some decent batts coz these homebargains (12 for a £1) are chitlol HOT



exactly...

Poundland - eight Kodak alkaline batteries AA for - wait for it - a pound! So, 40 for a fiver, etc. And batteries are fine, last for ages in cameras,etc. Why pay more?

RogerN;3609306

Poundland - eight Kodak alkaline batteries AA for - wait for it - a … Poundland - eight Kodak alkaline batteries AA for - wait for it - a pound! So, 40 for a fiver, etc. And batteries are fine, last for ages in cameras,etc. Why pay more?



any AAA's - seems to be a lot of deals for AA's lately, not so much on AAA'a.

Been £4.99 for 24 at Robert Dyas ever since Alessandro Volta invented them!

rechargable, rechargable, rechargable

the hybrio / eneloop type batteries have made rechargables so much better, why keep putting these in the bin?

stapsell;3610929

rechargable, rechargable, rechargablethe hybrio / eneloop type batteries … rechargable, rechargable, rechargablethe hybrio / eneloop type batteries have made rechargables so much better, why keep putting these in the bin?



Why not let people buy what they want instead of preaching?

£4.99 in Costcutter from 08/12/2008

This is a great deal. Inspite trying to convert to rechargeable batteries and buying loads of the things, i've unfortunately found rechargeables to be unsuitable for all things such as remotes, etc, because they drain down a lot quicker and that's with the highest powered rechargeables.

For example, our Grohe wireless shower controller is battery powered. Rechargeables are lucky to last a few weeks in it, where as unchargeables last at least 6 months.

Probably worth picking up a pack of AAA's (8 pack plus 8 free) too for £5.99 :

argos.co.uk/sta…htm

http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/118-9800445aA70UC489796M.jpg

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voted hot, just reserved some, thanks.

Original Poster

roselee;3611131

voted hot, just reserved some, thanks.



Good stuff

Infiltrator;3607866

Noticed in Asda that these were £1 for 4 so that's £6 for 24 so 99p c … Noticed in Asda that these were £1 for 4 so that's £6 for 24 so 99p cheaper than this deal:whistling:



I checked in ASDA before I picked these up and they weren't £1 for 4. They were buy 2 packs of 4 for £3 so £9 for the equivalent.

Heat and rep to the OP!

They're 4 for £1 in my local Asda - at least they were yesterday when in was in there... right next to the entrance...

Thanks OP! Just reserved a pack.

£6.84 now :thumbsup:

Can't see any comments about the capacity of these batteries. Are they all the same?
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