FREE $5 Walmart eGift Card w/ $15 Energizer Battery Purchase

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Time to Stock up on Energizer batteries!

Now through March 30th, 2018, whenever you spend $15 on Energizer batteries in one transaction at Walmart (or other participating retailers), you’ll score a FREE $5 reward!

Even sweeter, through April 30th, 2018, you will automatically be entered in the Energizer® “You Could Win What You Buy” Sweepstakes for a chance to win the value of your receipt (up to $500)! Wouldn’t that be awesome?!

Here’s what you’ll need to do:
  • Buy $15 worth or more of any Energizer® Brand batteries in a single transaction between 10/1/17 and 3/31/18
  • Snap a photo of your receipt by 4/30/18 and text Holiday5 to 811811 for instructions OR upload and submit at www.holiday5.energizer.com OR e-mail to holiday5@energizer.com
  • After your receipt is verified, you will receive an e-mail with a redemption code and instructions to redeem your $5 reward.

Check out this in-store Walmart deal idea:

Buy 3 Energizer MAX AA or AAA Batteries 8pk $6.44
Total = $19.32
Use three $1.25/1 Energizer Batteries or Flashlight coupons found in the 11/12 SS or in the upcoming 12/3 SS
Or use the $1/1 Energizer Brand Batteries printable coupons
Pay as low as $15.57
Submit for FREE $5 Walmart eGift Card
Final cost $10.57 total for all!

AND, if you’re a Shopkick user, from December 4th through December 16th, you’ll also earn Kicks on the Shopkick app whenever you go in-store to Walmart to purchase Energizer batteries!

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Comments 12

  1. april

    I did this awhile back. I paired it with the energizer light Ibotta rebate and it worked for me. I got the reward within a couple days after texting in my receipt.

    • Melanie

      Did you also buy batteries, or just the light?

      • april

        I bought a couple packs of batteries and the lights. The two packs of batteries were only $6-something each, so the lights must have been included. My total with two packs of batteries and the two lights was $20-something.

  2. TWL

    Topic for discussion. Who buys disposable batteries these days? A year ago I purchased some rechargeable batteries from Amazon for the same price of this promotion and haven’t looked back since.

    • LoveH2S

      Me! 🙂 A few years ago I switched to all rechargeable since we went through SO MANY batteries with kids’ toys. We HATED it! They were a pain to keep charged and we were always changing them. I sold them all at a garage sale and have never looked back. I liked the idea but disposable ones make my life simpler!

    • Chris

      Simple answer- hurricanes. Rechargeable batteries aren’t enough when you are without power for 2-3 weeks or longer. (Thank you Hurricane Irma).

    • Beth

      They don’t hold their charge as long.

  3. Julio

    Do you know how many times you can dhis?

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Hi there! I did find this in the details – “Maximum of FOUR (4) Rewards (any combination regardless of type/form of reward) per person/household/e-mail address” Hope that helps!

  4. Rhonda

    I found 36 Energizer batteries on sale at Home Depot for $15.99. I’m getting a $5.00 e-rebate to Home Depot. (Must be used within four months) The promotions is the same as highlighted on Hip2Save. You must spend $15.00 on Energizer batteries (after coupons). You can check it out at Energizer.com/holiday-promotions. Rebate can be redeemed for Taget, Walmart, Walgreens and Home Depot.

  5. Bethany

    Lowe’s has the same offer.

  6. Lisha

    Shop Rite has a similar promo, spends $15 get $5.

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