expired 30% off RRP for Repco Car Batteries + Others @ Repco

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Repco offering 30% off Car, Deep Cycle, Marine, Motorcycle, Lawn and Garden batteries this weekend.

Looks like this offer is available on their website (www.repco.com.au) and In-Store.

Website provides a list of product specifications which is always handy.

I recently used the set my vehicle (top right hand side of homepage) which has made it a lot quicker and easier.

Looks like the standard T&C's apply -
*Valid Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 August 2019 or while stocks last. Discount applies to full retail price. Applies to available store stock only. Cannot be used in conjunction with other offers. Does not apply to advertised or clearance lines and battery trade-ins. Excludes trade purchases. Home Delivery not available for batteries. Available in-store and online. No rainchecks.

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Comments

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    $322.70 on a Century Deep Cycle 105Ah AGM battery (model C12-105DA), will be buying one today. That's a real good deal, everywhere else $400-$500. Well spotted OP.

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    Repco batteries are too expensive for home brand IMO. The one for my car is anyway. Cheaper to get from dealer.

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      Apparently they're re-branded Century batteries

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        Possibly. The look very similar.

        Century RRP (on SCA) is cheaper for mine though so I still think the repco is too expensive. 6mth extra warranty though.

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          Just picked one up. Store rep confirmed they're Century.

          @Solario31 They also don't install at all stores but cal ahead your local and check.

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    Do they install for you as well?

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      It’s actually very easy to install, just a 10mm socket and remember to take negative off first when taking off and the reverse it for I installation

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    Thanks OP, just saved $83 on a new battery

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    Shame you can't also use the battery trade in offer

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    $90.30 for their cheapest NS40zls. Decent price. It's not a rebranded Century, the battery says 'made in Korea'.

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    I think it is still expensive even with the 30% off. I find the Exide batteries at Beaurepaires cheaper and they currently have $30 off with or without trade -in.
    Check their website for your car's fitment guide. I bought an NS60 for my yaris for $89 last week with extended 4 years warranty if you register on Exide website.