Batteries

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AD
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Batteries

Post by AD » 1 year ago

SLC needs to let their customers know what the expiration date is on the batteries they are selling. I also would not pay 4.99 shipping for a two pack 😳. They were selling them for 2.99.
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Gypsy
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Post by Gypsy » 1 year ago

I agree, was watching that presentation and sent in a text asking questions about the batteries but.....no answers, and shortly after they moved on 😳 and shipping ??? WOW 😳

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AD
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Post by AD » 1 year ago

They rarely answer any one 😠. How are you Gypsy?? No regulars hardly post any more wonder why??? Have a great day today 😊. H
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silleemee
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Post by silleemee » 1 year ago

For me the only reason I'd buy them is to meet the minimum shipping requirement ($19.99 bundle thing) to get it all shipped for one flat rate or meet the 'Free Shipping for $50+ Purchases'.
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Sissy2
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Post by Sissy2 » 1 year ago

Batteries are a volatile product so they most likely cost more to ship. I buy all my batteries at Costco and in bulk the prices are reasonable and no shipping costs.
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Post by Amy » 1 year ago

Hello Sissy2: I also buy batteries at Costco, always read the label & check expiration date. 😎😎😎😎😎
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