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30% off Century Car Batteries (Batteries Starting from $111) @ Supercheap Auto

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Just got store credit for buying a battery at 20% off last week, now dropped to 30% off for most Century Batteries - however does seem to exclude 4wd batteries.

Don't forget you can also buy discounted giftcards for SCA and stack them with Shopback and Cashrewards which both have 2.1% cashback currently.

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    Ah shit. Just bought a supercharge over the weekend coz century wasnt on discount At autobarn

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    didnt even see this, and SCA credited be the $20 difference between this and what it was the other week in the 20% off sale
    now to find something to spend it on before it expires in a month

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    If you managed to use the 10% shopback offer for the last 20% off sale you would technically have gotten 28% off

    This sale beats it only just with the current 2.1% cashback rate which brings it to 31.47%

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      Gets even better too because of the supercheap club auto price protection, so you get refunded 10% difference (albeit as store credit) if you bought in the 20% off sale last time!

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        damn it! pitty I don't have a club auto membership, take my OzBargain badge away :(

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        Do you need to visit the same store for the price protection ? I purchased it online and did a click and collect last week when it was 20% off.

        thanks

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          You just need to be a SCA Club Member - then it's automatically credited to your acocunt if the price changes within 2 weeks of purchase.

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            @tellhimhesdreaming: thanks its already there 19.90 that's cool. So just to confirm i have to use this credit within 30 days is that correct?

            ok just checked it have until the 26th of August to use it.

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    Question: I was told that my Car battery needs to be replaced during the last service about a month back. The battery was just out of 24 month warranty however still runs okay. If I buy a new battery, can I keep without using it until the current battery dies (may be 4-5 months) or the new battery would discharge if not used?

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      Answer is yes, so long as you dont connect it to anything.

      But I'd be questioning why you need a new battery after just two years. Normally car batteries last ages (i.e. 6-8 years). If it runs ok, why were you told to replace it?

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        I was told that the Battery does not charge sufficiently when driving though I haven't had any issue yet. It was just over 3 years old not 2 years. My mistake. Service done through NRMA MotorServe and the battery bought through NRMA RoadSide assistance.

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          I would hold off and get your moneys worth out of this battery. Winter is when you will typically have more issues starting with a bad battery, so if you have not had any issues so far in mid winter it should be good for a while yet.

          Tell them you don't want the blinker fluid either. :)

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      If you want to store the battery for 5 months, make sure you place it on am insulated surface (plastic, cardboard or wood) and charge it up once using a charger.

      If you do this, remember that the batter's warranty starts from the day you purchase it, so you lose 5 months.

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    Just got notification from SCA that they credit me back $46.90 from that 20% off weekend too. I originally stacked it with 10% Shopback and 5% gift cards so this is great! Wish I paid for it on my 28 Degrees so I could claim price protection too but ah well.

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    For those with Costco membership $115 is pretty much the cost of all their batteries, always far cheaper for me when I've needed one.

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    Just find some local person who does batteries, support your locals! I got a new battery for my mates Kia Rio for 95$ fitted in and 2 years warranty.

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    Don't forget you can also buy discounted giftcards for SCA

    Where do you get these discounted gift cards from?