Buy 1 Get 1 Free Battery Sale = 64 Batteries Only $9.98 + Free In-Store Pickup

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If you are in need of batteries (or will be on Christmas Day), you can snag a nice deal over at! For a limited time, Toys R Us brand batteries are on sale Buy 1 Get 1 Free. That means you can snag two packages of AA or AAA batteries 32 packs for only $9.98 total and you can choose FREE in-store pick up where available! That makes each battery just 16¢.

Go through for 1% cash back or Ebates for an additional 2% cash back (every little bit helps)!

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What do other Hipsters think of Toys R Us Brand Batteries? Reviews in the past have been totally mixed – some love these batteries and others have not been impressed at all. If you have ordered these batteries in the past, feel free to share your thoughts below![/h2s_box]

(Thanks, Celeste!)

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Comments 15

  1. suzy

    I looked up reviews and they got 3 out of 5 stars with 62 people who reviewed. I am going to pass and stick to Duracell and Energizer.

  2. Siri

    I bought some of these last year, also got some with a groupon which made a set free, they are pretty horrible. They last a very short amount of time and are very poor quality. I would not purchase them at all and I find myself avoiding using the free ones because of the quality of them.

  3. lily

    We use these on wii motes and they last a good amount of time. We still have quite a few of the batteries we got last year with all the deals. We personally like them and wont hesitate to get them again

  4. Stacy

    I’ve been using them for a long time and they work well.

  5. Amp

    Bought 72 pack for $14 from woot recently that too $5 off of amazon local made it $9 +$2 shipping

  6. Nichole

    For 64 batteries I don’t think its a horrible deal. I mean yes they may last somewhat of a shorter time but for $10 I don’t think its bad at all! Especially if you cant afford the price of the top brands at regular prices.

  7. Ariel

    we bought them a few years ago and thought they were fine. would buy them again..

  8. Christina

    I still have some left from last year as well and they were fine. For the price, I got some in each AA & AAA. Holidays are coming and it seems like the batteries just evaporate anyhow!

  9. heathers

    I would be careful using these batteries. Last big sale, I bought a few packages and within two months, most of them had leaked. We had to replace two remotes and throw away a remote controlled car. This only happened where we used the Toys R Us batteries. Just a warning.

  10. Laura

    Get the free ones from Harbor Freight. Lower quality probably, than Duracell, but at least free! I am set for life practically with all the free AA and AAA I have gotten from them lately.

  11. amy

    Bought these last year around this time from a deal you posted and over half wouldn’t work. Will not buy them again.

  12. Traci

    My policy with batteries is to save the good ones like Energizer and Duracell for high-drain things like digital cameras and electronics. We use the off-brand ones for things like clocks and little toys that don’t need much power. I have tried to teach my kids this too. There is no sense wasting an expensive battery in a little toy that just goes beep.
    As for leaking, I have had cases of leakage with expensive batteries also.

  13. Erin

    Oh my gosh. I think I may be stocked up on batteries at this point. I did the Duracell deal yesterday, paying $1.84 after coupons, Cats, and SavingStar.

    • Megan

      What/ where is the Duracell deal?

      • Erin

        Four packs of Duracells are $1.99 this week at Kroger, minus .50 coupons (I only had eight), minus $2 Cats that printed on each purchase of two, plus the SavingStar $10 rebate on a $30 PG purchase. With sixteen .50/1 coupons ($8), eight Cats ($16), and the $10 SavingStar, it would have been a moneymaker on the purchase of sixteen packs of batteries.

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