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30% off Century Car Batteries (Batteries Starting from $110) @ Supercheap Auto

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Reasonable discount on Aussie made Century batteries with minimum of 2 year warranty and available C&C from Supercheap stores around Aus until midnight tonight.

Can stack with discounted gift cards and cashback for even better price.

Eg. 8% discount from card Suncorp Benefits and 4.2% cash back from CashRewards bringing NS40ZSMF from RRP of $158 down to an effective price of $96.58

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2018

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    Thanks!!! Just looking for Century Q85!

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      Same here. Damn expensive batteries.

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        And the petrol you saved from the ISS cannot cover the difference between the battery price

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    if i buy a car battery now, how long can i wait before i start using it?

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      I would guess you have to the charging cycle at least once for a few months to make it active.

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      Reading around, seems to be anything longer than 6 months will need a recharge it up to keep it from going bad.

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      It depends on the battery. If you buy this one - a century.

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      The battery will slowly drain over a few months so you'll need a 12v charger if you're just going to leave it sitting there.

      How long do you plan on leaving it?

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        are the batteries fresh from shelf ?

        do they generally recharge the old stocks ?

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          Use to work in batteries and you can never really know. It is known to happen to give batteries a top up in large batches if it's a slower moving battery from stock. But don't feel like this is giving you a sub par batteries. Batteries need to be charged regularly… It happens many, many times in your car.

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    Thanks, just got a N70ZZXHD. 10% off gift card using youi rewards + cashrewards 4.2%. Although I notice cashrewards say they might not pay if using giftcards/coupons.

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    Thanks for this, was planning on replacing my aging factory battery. This sped up that process.

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    thx OP, i been looking for a cheap second hand one for my falcon but my car didnt start today so i chose this deal and afterpayed it, battery was 199, down to 139,
    and now i have 4 easy ozbargain payments of 35 bucks