Tired of looking for batteries? Print these new coupons to keep from running out. Save $1.00 on any Rayovac Akaline batteries, and save $2.75 on Ultimate Lithium, Energizer Advanced Lithium or Energizer Recharge brand batteries. Find these deals on Rayovac batteries at Walmart, Target or ShopRite:

Walmart

Rayovac Akaline AAA Batteries, 4 pk $2.97, regular price
Use $1.00/1 – Rayovac Alkaline Batteries, Redeemable at Walmart – (coupons.com)
Final Price: $1.97 

 

Target

Rayovac Alkaline AAA Batteries, 4 pk $2.99, regular price
Use $1.00/1 – Rayovac Alkaline Batteries, Redeemable at Walmart – (coupons.com)
Final Price: $1.99

 

ShopRite

Rayovac Alkaline AAA Batteries, 4 pk $1.99, regular price
Use $1.00/1 – Rayovac Alkaline Batteries, Redeemable at Walmart – (coupons.com)
Final Price: $0.99

Also print $2.75/1 – Energizer Ultimate Lithium, Energizer Advanced Lithium or Energizer Recharge Brand Batteries, AA or AAA 4 or 8 pk – (coupons.com)

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6 thoughts on “Rayovac and Energizer Battery Coupons—Save $3.75!”

  1. Ashley says:

    Use this coupon, but buy the 97 cent rayovac in the yellow pack get them free. I’ve bought 15. Free at Walmart.

    • KayKay says:

      Where did you find the 97 cent ones? Where they on the front caps or in the back by electronics?

  2. Melissa Dillon says:

    Also, iBotta has a deposit for Rayovac Alkaline batteries, and it works with the 4 pack for $2.97 :)

    • T$ says:

      I tried to submit mine last week and it told me ‘item does not match’. :(

      • Melissa Dillon says:

        Hmm, I did it a couple days ago. I bought a 4 Pack of the Rayovac AA Alkaline batteries for $2.97 at Wal-Mart, and it went through okay. When I’m in the store, I click on the offer from the iBotta app and scan the UPC first to make sure it matches. I did have a problem one time with an item saying it did not match – I accidentally had the UPC upside down. Once I flipped it over it worked. If you still have the receipt – maybe you can try scanning it again?

      • kouponsrkool says:

        I know my iBotta is only for the AA batteries, not the AAA batteries shown in this post. I would double-check your iBotta. I’m having to make sure I read through all the descriptions on the items I’m buying to make sure they match. Or like Melissa suggested, scanning the UPC in the store is the best way to check; I’m just always too impatient in the store and then am kicking myself when I get home and it doesn’t match! After missing out on over $3 last trip I’m going to be more careful though!