Energizer AAA / AA Alkaline Power Batteries – 24 Pack - 15% Off Code @ Robert Dyas - £5.09 (free C&C)
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Energizer AAA / AA Alkaline Power Batteries – 24 Pack - 15% Off Code @ Robert Dyas - £5.09 (free C&C)

£5.09£5.99 15% Robert Dyas Deals
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Found 26th Nov
The deal is back again just in time for christmas. This weekend Robert Dyas have 15% off site-wide with code RDBF15. They already had 24 AAA / AA batteries at half price, and this discount is applied on top, reducing the price yet further. Delivery to store is also free!

Also available on AA batteries here:
robertdyas.co.uk/ene…ack

Finally, 1% Quidco can also be claimed!

Loads of heat last time they were posted.

17 Comments

Why not just get rechargeable?

Bought these last time on offer, all used up. Use them mainly for motion sensors lights for my mums bedroom, bathroom & hallway. Really not impressed with these & bought 24 Varta (£9.99) yesterday from screw fix really good reviews & used to use them while living in Germany. Sorry Op not knocking your deal but in my opinion these are not worth the money. Not voting either way

No stores Northern Ireland but is there a way to get free delivery I'd love to take advantage of this deal

Please people, use rechargeable batteries instead.

herrbz19 m ago

Why not just get rechargeable?


Post some good deals of rechargeable and will consider.

Original Poster

guttediam1 h, 15 m ago

Bought these last time on offer, all used up. Use them mainly for motion …Bought these last time on offer, all used up. Use them mainly for motion sensors lights for my mums bedroom, bathroom & hallway. Really not impressed with these & bought 24 Varta (£9.99) yesterday from screw fix really good reviews & used to use them while living in Germany. Sorry Op not knocking your deal but in my opinion these are not worth the money. Not voting either way


I have used these for the past few years and they have been great with the Christmas decs and also the kids toys. You will have to let us know how you get on with the Varta’s after a couple of weeks use.

N3WJOSH1 h, 15 m ago

Please people, use rechargeable batteries instead.


Good advice but there are some cases where rechargeables aren't necessarily the best choice such as low drain items like clocks, remote controls, fire alarms but for most things then yes rechargeables makes sense but all the time they keep churning alkalines out for low cost people will use them, it'll take something like the lightbulbs going to low energy or outright bans before people will change because they're forced to.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 26th Nov

Good deal, although if your a Northerner, then traveling to Birmingham for a pack of batteries isn't going to happen.

Bradley30 m ago

I have used these for the past few years and they have been great with the …I have used these for the past few years and they have been great with the Christmas decs and also the kids toys. You will have to let us know how you get on with the Varta’s after a couple of weeks use.


Maybe I had a bad batch
Hopefully will be converted to VARTA ( don’t like the Duracell ultra prices but great batteries ) as don’t mind paying a tenner for 24

N3WJOSH4 h, 49 m ago

Please people, use rechargeable batteries instead.


Please yourself. I don't care what type of batteries you use in it
Edited by: "ITMA" 26th Nov

spannerzone4 h, 26 m ago

Good advice but there are some cases where rechargeables aren't …Good advice but there are some cases where rechargeables aren't necessarily the best choice such as low drain items like clocks, remote controls, fire alarms but for most things then yes rechargeables makes sense but all the time they keep churning alkalines out for low cost people will use them, it'll take something like the lightbulbs going to low energy or outright bans before people will change because they're forced to.


I use rechargeable batteries but on Christmas day with 6 grandkids needing batteries for their toys I buy non rechargeable after trying different types I've found the lidl batteries to be first class.

ITMA1 h, 47 m ago

Please yourself. I don't care what type of batteries you use in it


Do yourself a favour and grow-up already. Perhaps then, with a fully-developed brain, you will not only have the ability to understand that saving a few pounds from your own pocket at the expense of producing 25 units of high polluting battery waste is just not worthy; but also -with luck, you might finally be able to interact with others on Internet without the need to test that free pass you think you get by being hidden behind your computer/phone.

Waste of money, does not last. Just get good rechargeable ones

utfrag8 h, 31 m ago

Good deal, although if your a Northerner, then traveling to Birmingham for …Good deal, although if your a Northerner, then traveling to Birmingham for a pack of batteries isn't going to happen.


there 5.99 in rymans dunno if you those up there

Excellent deal, just ordered mine for store pick up, £5.09 after the 15% off the already reduced price of £5.99, and the 1% Quidco cashback too, bargain! I paid £3.99 for 12 Basic Duracel Batteries from Home Bargains at the weekend :-S Heat added :-)

Sorry to ask. Always thought there were two types of battery. One for long lasting low input devices like TV remote. One for high power intensive device such as camera.
If I want batteries for TV remote and my thermostat with LCD screen. Is it zinc I need or these
Edited by: "formsm2000comp" 27th Nov

herrbz26th Nov

Why not just get rechargeable?


Because they don't last long enough
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