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  1. Frugal Living
    I recharged my batteries :) Instead of total depravity we got what we needed. Hubby's new clothes. Shopped as best as we could staying on budget and getting great sales. It made me feel good that Hubby understands the sale and coupon combine thing now. Looked for a new way to get a treat...
  2. General Chat
    Growing up I remember Eveready batteries. Sure you do not see them around but to me that is still name brand. The todayshow had a segment on dollar stores and how you can save money there. One of the items were eveready batteries that they stated was generic compared to duracell batteries...
  3. Freebies
    Energizer is offering a free 4-pack of Energizer Recharge rechargeable batteries when you Like them on Facebook and fill out a short survey form to first 30,000 users to do so. You MUST click Like to be eligible to receive the coupon Energizer is giving out a free 4-pack of Energizer...
  4. Question and Answer
    What should I do with dead batteries, I thought you shouldn't throw them in the trash, they need to be recycled, but what places take them? I have bags of them, I try to use the rechargebales now, but some of the dead ones leaked, how dangerous is the liquid? I want to get them out of my house..
  5. General Chat
    http://finance.yahoo.com/family-home/article/108870/what-are-the-longest-lasting-batteries This was on Yahoo yesterday and I wanted to share. I have found that most of the store brands die way before Duracell so the cost of Duracell is worth it to me.
  6. Freebies
    FREE Sample of Energizer AudioPRO Hearing Aid Batteries http://www.energizer.com/audioprocobrand/default.aspx
  7. Freebies
    http://offers.energizer.com/perfpack/default.aspx?flowerpower
  8. Question and Answer
    I have kids with toys, and they need C batteries, AA batteries and AAA batteries for everything. I bought 4 AA rechargeable batteries and use those for my digital camera, and wii remote. But I find myself buying packs of AA batteries for other toys and C and AAA. 4 rechargeables here is about...
  9. Drugstore & Grocery Store Deals/Product Reviews
    I've been trying to stockpile more the last few weeks and hit the jackpot this week at Price Chopper. They have Energizer batteries on sale for .75, normally $2.99 for 4 packs of AA or AAA or a single 9 volt. I picked up 5 of each!!
  10. Just Tips
    We dont have any place anywhere close to us to dispose of unrechargable batteries. I believe that everything in the house went all at once and we have a coffee can with the batteries in it. Just wondering where I would look or call in the area to find out where to take them. Barbara SW Virginia
  11. Green Living
    Omg I swear by these things! I used to go through so many batteries. Finally I made the investment and for well under $20 I got a plug-in charger and diff size batteries. I no longer have to constantly bring old dead batteries into work to recycle. I'm sure I'm saving a load of $$$ in the...
  12. Debates, Politics and Personal Opinions
    It has to be Duracell.
  13. Drugstore & Grocery Store Deals/Product Reviews
    I'm so excited! ShopRite has Duracell batteries on sale this week for $2.00. There were $2.00 coupons in the paper on Sunday, which makes them free. I've traded for many and had friends give me some and we've been hitting ShopRite as often as possible and are stocking up on free batteries...
  14. Preparedness and Survival
    Just a reminder: For those of us who are in winter now and are faced with nasty weather, have you checked your supply of batteries? Christmas always reminds me that I need lots of different size batteries, not just for toys but for flashlights, radios, etc. Here you can plan on loosing...
  15. Rebates, Refunds, Forms, etc
    To receive your $5 Gift Check for your next purchase of select Sony Music or Movie, please follow these instructions http://www.sonypictures.com/rayovac/SonyOfferBack_nocropmarks.pdf
  16. Home Decorating
    Always make sure your batteries are working in your smoke alarms if they are the type to have batteries. One way to do that is to change the batteries twice a year, when we change our clocks to forwards and backwards!!!
  17. Christmas
    Big day. I've learnt to always have an assortment of batteries in our home come Christmas day. This year, there isn't anything that was purchased other than books, so I don't need to worry. But there has been many a year when we ran out of batteries. How about you?
  18. Frugal Living
    Here's my challenge for you... Check your smoke alarm batteries... REPLACE them if need be. If you don't have smoke alarms... BUY THEM. There are too many people injured and killed by fires these days to mess around. A tiny 5 month old baby was just killed near my home, and I can't stop...
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