AA or AAA Batteries: Deals from 1-cent After Rewards

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It’s time to stock up on batteries and avoid making an expensive Christmas-morning jaunt to the closest drug store or gas station. Here are a couple of the better battery deals available right now.

OfficeMax: 1-cent Batteries

OfficeMax has a nice deal on name-brand batteries. It requires more cash out-of-pocket than the other deals, but the final price paid for a package of batteries is only 1 cent, after you take MaxPerks Bonus Rewards into account. Shipping starts at $7.95, but orders over $50 receive free shipping.

A 10-pack of Duracell AA or AAA batteries is $8.49. Get $8.48 back in MaxPerks Bonus Rewards.

A 20-pack of Duracell AA or AAA batteries is $14.29. Get $14.28 back in Max Perks Bonus Rewards.

They have all sorts of other free-after-MaxPerks Rewards deals so you could easily get your order to $50+.

Toys R Us: 17-cent Batteries

Toys R Us has a buy one, get one free deal on all of their Toys R Us brand batteries. Shipping starts around $7, but orders of $49 or more qualify for free shipping.

Buy a 20 pack of AA or AAA batteries for $6.99, get one free.

Plus, shop through Ebates to get 2% cash back or Mr. Rebates to get 3% cash back.

Lowes: 13-cent Batteries

Lowes.com has a great deal on batteries available on their website: A 30-pack of Utilitech AA batteries is on sale for $4, so the batteries are just $0.13 each. Parcel shipping is free.

There are better in-store deals on batteries at Home Depot and Menards, but this deal would save you time and energy waiting outside and in line at a brick-and-mortar store.

Plus, shop through Ebates to get 5% cash back or Mr. Rebates to get 4% cash back.

Thanks, Hip2Save!

Your turn: Have you found any other battery deals online? What’s your stock-up price for batteries?

About Carrie Rocha

I am passionate about helping people live within their means so they can get out and stay out of debt. I live in Minneapolis, MN with my husband and two little girls.

Comments

  1. Plus, use your Rewards card at Toys "R" Us to get 10% back too!
    https://rewardsrus.toysrus.com/index.cfm

  2. Looks like the batteries are unavailable.

  3. Staples deal. two 16 pks aaa or aa for free after Staples rewards.

  4. Are the other free after maxperks rewards items limit one? A few of them are out of stock, so unless I get more than one of one of them items, it's not enough to get to $50. Thanks!

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