Why You Can Never Have Enough Batteries: Household Coupons

If you have any kind of battery-operated gadget in your home, then you know the eternal question, “Do we have batteries?” In most households today, there is more than one object that will need a battery or two. Everything from toothbrushes to children’s toy trains needs a battery to be functional.

How do you stop the question of having enough batteries? Simple. Stock up and keep a back up battery on hand. However, it’s not always that easy. First of all, batteries are expensive. A package of AA batteries can run upwards of $7 a pack, and that will likely only last you through one round with a toy.

Batteries are expensive, but there is hope. You can find coupons for batteries to help you stock up at the best prices. Here’s some ideas of where you can go for battery coupons.

  1. Websites. You can do all of your internet searching through websites that offer reward points. Those points can then be redeemed for things you need, such as batteries. A great site to check out, both for the rewards and the rewards points, is RewardIt.
  2. Local ads. Many local grocery stores will have special advertisements each week based on the store’s demographic. You can also ask the store manager for a time when batteries will be on sale. As soon as you see the sale, go and purchase as many as you can, in a variety of sizes.
  3. Email lists. Go to the specific battery manufacturer websites and sign up to be on email lists. Then, you will be emailed coupons on a regular basis that can be redeemed in your local stores. For example, if you like Energizer batteries, head to its website and sign up to receive emails.


Energizer AA alkaline batteries 1.5V

Energizer AA alkaline batteries 1.5V (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


How to Make Batteries Last

Batteries are expensive and while coupons can help offset the expense, there are some things you can do to make batteries last longer.

  • Turn toys off when the kids aren’t playing with them. Sometimes, kids just run off and play with something else, leaving the battery-operated toy running.
  • Take batteries out. If you have a gadget that uses batteries, such as a remote control for a gaming system, take the batteries out when not in use. Even inside the remote control the batteries are using up power when not being used.
  • Change out often. This might seem opposite of what you need, but if you change the batteries often you always know the batteries are fresh. You won’t have to worry if the battery will die in the middle of your game or project.

Find some good deals on batteries, including coupons, and stock up. After all, you can never have enough batteries.

Speak Your Mind



  1. The coupons I use the most are for frozen foods.

  2. Richard Dinwiddie says:

    Anything with a coupon discount is considered in our household, but it seems that I use coupons for eating out the most.

  3. Deb Ragno says:

    I use what comes in the newspaper, SmartSource or RedPlum.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Ulta coupons

  5. Barbara Palermo says:

    Don't use coupons.

  6. Cathy Robinson says:

    Battery coupons.

  7. Roberta Joyce Rodgers says:

    food coupons

  8. Peggy Damon says:

    I use smartsource or redplum coupons the most especially for cereal we go through boxes.

  9. I use coupons mostly for food like yogurt.

  10. Christopher Jones says:

    I like food and restaurant coupons but I use Marlborol the most yes I said it don't hate.

  11. Pamela Halligan says:

    General Mills

  12. I use coupons for food, especially snacks :)

  13. I most use cherio coupons.Thank you.

  14. I use no specific brand coupon.Thanks!

  15. Toilet paper & coffee.

  16. I use cereal coupons the most and any dairy and meat coupons I can find.

  17. I love p and g coupons.

  18. Actually, I think it is coupons for Steak -n- Shake!

  19. Brianne Armstrong says:

    I use soy milk coupons EVERY trip! I don't think I have paid full price once. :)

  20. My favorite coupon to use is SoGood. That stuff is expensive, and my kids can't drink milk.

  21. I use cleaning supplies coupons most. Love trying something new.

  22. for fast food.

  23. I use coupons for free extras at Loblaws/Real Canadian Superstore.

  24. Grocery coupons

  25. P&G coupons

  26. Kathleen Gereg says:

    restaurant and CVS drugstore coupons.

  27. Reisen's candy coupon.

  28. Seiko Tooley says:

    Yoplait coupons :)

  29. Sheridan Happi Jess says:

    Only use restaurant coupons.

  30. probably P &G coupons…they make so many different things.

  31. Jess Jordan says:

    Don't use coupons.

  32. Any decent coupon I find I use, mainly food.

  33. Judy Keller says:

    We use fast food coupons the most.

  34. I use food coupons the most. Usually ones for granola bars!

  35. None

  36. The coupon I use the most is lunch meat coupons!

  37. grocery the most.

  38. Alan Tong says:

    I most often use Procter & Gamble coupons. Thanks!

  39. I use food coupons the most.

  40. Jamie Chance Hodges says:

    Any coupon I can find for razor blades, expensive!

  41. Jackson Gold says:

    Lately, mostly Walgreens coupons.

  42. Charmin toilet paper ~ these never go to waste. Then it would be coffee coupons (all brands).

  43. Mark Colacioppo says:

    We use coupons for Staples at my office.

  44. household… this is where my coupons cut the most cost.

  45. I use grocery coupons and restaurant coupons most often.

  46. Eleanor Cooper says:

    I use pet food coupons the most.

  47. Grocery Store coupons.

  48. Craig Brown says:

    Grocery store coupons.

  49. Jenni Dubbs says:

    I use Minute Ready to Serve Rice coupons the most, I think.

  50. I use food coupons the most. I also use fuel reward points as much as possible. Thank you:)

  51. u use bounty coupons alot.