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It happens every year. We get so wrapped up (see what I did there?) in the gift giving and the gift buying and the gift wrapping and the decor and the tree – you know, the usual stress of the holidays – that we often forget even the smallest detail.
Parents, consider this your reminder. Don’t forget to pick up the Duracell batteries this holiday season!
It surprises me how many battery-operated toys come with either NO batteries, or those trial batteries that have 10 minutes of life in them. The kids are upset because they can’t play with their new toy, even dad is sad because he can’t play with his new toy. There’s been at least one Christmas that we’ve all experienced this madness.
Why Duracell Is Our Trusted Brand
Each of our kids are getting tech toys this year, several of them battery-operated. We’ve played it smart and have already made a stop at Rite Aid to stock up on Duracell batteries. To make sure that toys keep on running and kids keep on smiling, even after the holidays have ended, we trust the brandpharmacists and first responders trust.
Duracell are easy to find – just look for the Coppertop! That means dependable, long-lasting power for household devices and yes, even brand new holiday toys. You can even stock up while they’re on sale now because Duracell has a 10 year guarantee in storage with Duracell Power Preserve Technology.
How To Save Money On Duracell Batteries
Beginning this Sunday, November 20th, you can save on Duracell batteries at your local Rite Aid! Value packs are 2 for $20 and there’s a $3 manufacturer coupon available in most Sunday papers. You can also earn 300 Plenti points with the purchase of 2!
Let this be your reminder – don’t forget to stock up on batteries for smoke detectors, flashlights, remote controls, and yes – even toys this holiday season!
This is a sponsored post on behalf of our partnership with Rite Aid. All opinions are our own and were not influenced.