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[The Source] Fujitsu Premium Grade AA (4-pack) or AAA (2-pack) $0.50 each ($0.40 with PSP)

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  • Apr 27th, 2019 1:34 am
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[The Source] Fujitsu Premium Grade AA (4-pack) or AAA (2-pack) $0.50 each ($0.40 with PSP)

Fujitsu-branded premium grade batteries. Used them before this deal and they seem to do the trick (nothing out of whack from my observation of use).

$0.50 each package but $0.40 with PSP. Made my purchase at this price and received them already. Expiry was 2026, so plenty of shelf life left. Good for those who bought the NERF laser tag units :)

Only catch is you must buy 20 packs as a minimum quantity. Maximum purchase is 100 packs. Free pick-up in store or buy more for free shipping

At this pricing, not sure why the website does not list them as discounted because I've seen these ones at much higher pricing (good for RFD I suppose). Compared to buying any other type of alkaline battery (even the dodgy Dollarama ones), this seems to be a stellar deal at $10.00 for 40 AAs or 20 AAAs (or @$8.00 with PSP).

AA 4-pack
https://www.thesource.ca/en-ca/battery- ... /108046722

AAA 2-pack
https://www.thesource.ca/en-ca/battery- ... /108046723
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MikeB84225 wrote:
Apr 26th, 2019 6:59 pm
Decent deal but shipping stings and when you move up to to get free shipping ($35) you might as well order 100xAA from Amazon for $34.99. ($.35 each or $.33 with S&S)
Yes this deal is meant for free shipping to store. But for $35, you'll end up with 352 AA batteries or 176 AAAs under PSP at 40 cents a pack, or 280 AAs or 140 AAAs at 50 cents a pack. That's like 10-12.5 cents per AA or 20-25 cents per AAA. Good to share that many with friends and family I suppose.
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Smokem wrote:
Apr 27th, 2019 12:17 am
Yes this deal is meant for free shipping to store. But for $35, you'll end up with 352 AA batteries or 176 AAAs under PSP at 40 cents a pack, or 280 AAs or 140 AAAs at 50 cents a pack. That's like 10-12.5 cents per AA or 20-25 cents per AAA. Good to share that many with friends and family I suppose.
You are 100% correct!

I was doing price per battery thinking .50 each rather than .12 each (4pack) so the Amazon batteries isn't even close to being as good of a deal.

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