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# 170892 30-Mar-2015 10:06
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Unusually, DSE is having an online sale...  For those parents out there whose kids' toys chew up the batteries, this can be a useful time to stock up:

40 AA alkaline batteries for $9.98 (25c each)

30 AAA for $6.36 (21c each)

No free shipping this time but can do click and collect.


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  # 1273244 30-Mar-2015 10:32
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yeah good luck with their shocking web site here in NZ

Just tried to buy some AA ones earlier , click and pick up in store

failed at checkout Dick Smith  doesn't like my Air Points Debit Card for some reason .
Called their 0800 number and then spoke to some nice Phillipino lady who suggested an alternative browser and how sorry she was that i couldn't purchase the product i wanted.

Have filled out the online response form , not expected much from that

Will see if the will match instore like when i purchased  some 1.5 m HDMI cables for $2.99 NZ each the last time this happened to me








 

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  # 1273246 30-Mar-2015 10:37
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Yeah, I agree the site can be a bit hit-and-miss, but I did manage to purchase a pack of AAAs with in-store pickup (on a Visa credit card), so may be worth trying with a different card...

 
 
 
 


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  # 1273377 30-Mar-2015 13:01
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Are those ones as good as the Exxtra gold coloureds they sell?

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  # 1273384 30-Mar-2015 13:06
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If anyone is interested the 4 pack AA's work out at 19c each today and the 4 pack AAA's are 17c each.



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