Duracell Batteries 16pks $0.01 Each after Rewards

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$0.01 Duracell Batteries

Duracell Batteries Rewards

This is one of my favorite deals when it comes around. All this week at Office Depot/Office Max, pay $13.99 for 16pks of AA & AAA Duracell Batteries BUT get back $13.98 in Bonus Rewards. That makes them just $0.01 each after Rewards! Every time they run this deal I was able to get one of each. Hopefully that’s still the case. I haven’t had a chance to get mine yet. If you want to do this deal, I recommend buying them online & then selecting In Store Pickup. In my experience, these run out in 2-3 days and you can NOT get a raincheck. Hurry before the ones near you are gone. You’ll find the offer about half way down the page, along with some other Bonus Rewards offers.

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