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Posted: 07/06/19 06:59pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Looking to buy 4-6 volt batteries from Sam's Club. Has anyone purchased them and how dependable are they? Any other possibilities?
Thanks for your input.

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At Sam’s Club prices, they will be fine if you check the water levels and recharge fully everyday.


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My Sam's Club 6 volt batteries give us about 5 years.
We spend the winters off grid in AZ., so they get used.

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FYI, Duracell golf cart batteries are manufactured by East Penn which sells under multiple brands including Deka.

Costco sell Interstate golf cart batteries. About the same (good) quality and about the same price.

The "king of the hill" is probably Trojan. They are much more expensive and will not necessarily last that much longer.

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I recently purchased 4EA 6V GC2 GOLF 12 GC10 GC110 Duracell Golf Cart Batteries from a local Batteries Plus Store Part Number SLIGC110 215AH for $84.99EA

They accepted my Interstate GP24 12V batteries for core fee...

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Batteries Plus usually has a deal that if you order online and pick up in store you save 10 per cent. Same batteries as Duracell at Sam's Club but may be labeled a little different.


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Purchased our 6 Volt Duracells from Sam's Club. Never have a problem with them. Check the levels periodically and top them off if needed and your good to go or at least our experience has been that.


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bob213 wrote:

Batteries Plus usually has a deal that if you order online and pick up in store you save 10 per cent. Same batteries as Duracell at Sam's Club but may be labeled a little different.

They also sell the larger capacity 6 volt batteries like Sams offers but at a lower price, around $120


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I Bought 8 Duracell AGM batteries at Sam's about 1.5 yrs ago. Work great and are much better than flooded batteries. Battery compartment is spotless and no topping off needed. .


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We bought them 2-3 years ago, so far so good.


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