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Rite Aid: 10 Pack Batteries for $2.24 all MONTH LONG!

I’m sure most of you have seen the Duracell deal at Rite Aid, but I may have some news for you! According to Southern Cali Savers (see her pic above), Rite Aid will have Duracell 10 Pack Batteries on sale for $2.24 all month long! This means we all have a better shot at actually finding these batteries in stock at our local store :).

Duracell 10 Pack Batteries – $2.24 (through 5/1)
Use $1/1 (from PG Booklet – home mailer)
Final Price = $1.24

* Keep your eyes peeled for $1/1 Rite Aid coupons stuck to the batteries making them only $.24 after both coupons! Wow, that’s a great deal.


  1. Brandy says:

    The 20 pks are ringing up 3.49 then you get a 1.00 Up reward for each pack you buy (limit 4 per card) so 2.49….even a better deal if you can find peelies! Buy (5) 20pks use 3.00 survey coupon if you have one….net would be 10.45 for 100 batteries! I did this deal on 05/02 in Meridian, Id hopefully it’s still working!

  2. I checked my rite aid but they were regular price. I live in n. Cali, does anyone know if they are on sale here, maybe I picked up the wrong package?

    • Kelly – I’ve seen reports from southern California that it’s working, so maybe you picked up the wrong pack? It’s hard to tell, since it’s not an advertised deal if every store is participating.

      Brandy – That a hot deal!!! Thanks for sharing!

  3. I’m up in Oregon. Worked for me, and I was also able to use the $1 Qs in the P & G booklet. Haven’t checked out the 20 packs yet!

  4. christi says:

    What date is the PG mailer from or where?