Ritz Camera has the Samsung Pleomax Alkaline Batteries AA (EP5493067) and AAA (EP5493065) 28-Pack for $5.05 each. Mix and match 10 boxes for a total of 280 batteries at $50 - $20 off using Google Checkout + $7 shipping = $37 shipped.

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    taiwan Ben's cred: 9
    Posted 8:11 am PST 12/4/06

    This is crazy. I don't think you can find use for 280 batteries.

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    tonyyee77 Ben's cred: 3
    Posted 8:14 am PST 12/4/06

    taiwan wrote:
    This is crazy. I don't think you can find use for 280 batteries.



    Exactly, how long do you finish 280 batteries ? A year or two, right ? Laughing

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    ghasi Ben's cred: 4
    Posted 8:17 am PST 12/4/06

    This is very good price...

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    erictred99 Ben's cred: 74
    Posted 8:18 am PST 12/4/06

    My family can burn through these easy

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    pangea Ben's cred: 3
    Posted 8:18 am PST 12/4/06

    Connect 280 cells in series, you get 47-foot 420V super battery!

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    ghasi Ben's cred: 4
    Posted 8:19 am PST 12/4/06

    #1 and #2... If you have kids.. and have lot of toys... This is a good deal...

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    smartshopper50x Ben's cred: 1
    Posted 8:19 am PST 12/4/06

    Anybody know if these batteries are any good?

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    butter Ben's cred: 2
    Posted 8:28 am PST 12/4/06

    I can't see anyone going thru 280 batteries in a year or 2.....if so you should be using rechargables.

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    BestBuy Sucks Ben's cred: 110
    Posted 8:31 am PST 12/4/06

    But you can mix and match! So grab 6 AA's and 4 AAA's.

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    scifi_usa Ben's cred: 3
    Posted 8:37 am PST 12/4/06

    Youc an get these batteries on Batteries.com for $8.99: Brand 50 Alkaline Battery Package - 40 AAs and 10 AAAs

    http://www.batteries.com/productprofile.asp?appid=383274

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    crazypalooza1 Ben's cred: 25
    Posted 8:42 am PST 12/4/06

    #10 thats no name brand batteries. this is samsung...not so sure that samsungs such a great name...

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    phunkyone Ben's cred: 2
    Posted 8:55 am PST 12/4/06

    Hate to sound like the proverbial dirty hippie but if you're even using half this amount of batteries a year you should really think about rechargables. I have kids too and all the toys that go with them, rechargables work just as good, if not better, than throw away alkalines.

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    twitt Ben's cred: 3
    Posted 8:59 am PST 12/4/06

    batteries also make great gift attachments!

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    rixer7 Ben's cred: 2
    Posted 9:29 am PST 12/4/06

    They are all gone

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    ossarian Ben's cred: 45
    Posted 9:34 am PST 12/4/06

    New NYC laws state that alkaline batteries can't be thrown out in the trash. They must be recycled. Hopefully they'll pass this law everywhere soon.

    Get recharageables. Eventually they'll pay for themselves.

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    ivenholt Ben's cred: 31
    Posted 10:31 am PST 12/4/06

    where's a good place to buy rechargeables??

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    wch303 Ben's cred: 2
    Posted 11:11 am PST 12/4/06

    I didn't know Samsung makes batteries.

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    Myself Ben's cred: 205
    Posted 11:18 am PST 12/4/06

    Thomas-distributing is my favorite place for rechargeables. Pick up a LaCrosse BC-900 while you're there.

    Seriously, the only reason to be using alkalines is if you're giving them away, say, in promo flashlights or something. Otherwise, you'll come out better environmentally AND financially with rechargeables.

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    sean131415 Ben's cred: 2
    Posted 11:43 am PST 12/4/06

    Don't forget batteries don't usually expire for like 8 years - you should be able to use 280 batteries by 2013.

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    scifi_usa Ben's cred: 3
    Posted 12:15 pm PST 12/4/06

    The deal has EXPIRED.

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