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casey00001 wrote:Why no option for a stack of AAA's?
Agree. I use many more AAA then AA. Best guess, so do many others, so they have more AA then AAA to sell.
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CharlesP2009 wrote:I used to buy Panasonic batteries because they lasted just about as long as the major brands but I've stopped because the last couple batches have all leaked like crazy corroding the connections in my flashlights and a remote control.
Now I prefer Kirkland Signature or a major brand when they're on sale at Costco.
I found the same in that they last the same as the major branded alkalines but didn't have a leaking or corrosion problem. I DID have leaking and corrosion issues with Energizer though. I don't buy them anymore, mostly because they are very overpriced.
This deal is okay though I usually pull the trigger when the total price runs between $.25 and $.32 per cell. These come out to $.32 per cell (shipped) for the 24 pack, and a whopping $.63 per cell for the 24 combo pack (a really bad deal).
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