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    Cheap aa batteries

    Anyone know where the cheapest place to get AA size batteries. Not bothered about rechargeable just alkaline but I need bulk. Found a site the other week but as usual I now can't find it again. Sure they were selling about 130 for £16. Need them for some control work.

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    I use CPC CPC | CPC - Over 100, 000 products from one of the worlds leading distributors of electronic and related products.. Probably not the cheapest but the GP batteries are a fair price and I use them and other consumables to get the order value up to avoid postage. The problem we have with the cheapest sources is getting an account set up.

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    Poundland sell 8 packs of Sony and 12 packs of Kodak? Suppose it depends if you have one local and if you would "dare" to be seen in one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveSmith View Post
    Poundland sell 8 packs of Sony and 12 packs of Kodak?
    Sure those are kosher?

    I'd stick to CPC, only £10 for 40. Linky!

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    Thanks Guys, ...but can we get a better deal?

    so far its nearly £20 for 80...can we beat that?

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    If you don't really need alkaline how about BATTERY, ZN-CH AA 1.5V PK40 at £4.41 / 40?

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    Procells are very good. They are duracells in bulk packaging. They do AA's in boxes of ten, and they generally retail at about £3.50



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