Without batteries, the only way to tap into power during an emergency would be to smash open Zeus’ piggy bank. Draw upon Olympian energy more easily with today’s Groupon to Interstate All Battery Center, valid at locations in Indianapolis and Avon. In-store stock may vary. Choose between the following options:
For $10, you get $25 worth of batteries and other supplies.
- For $34, you get a package of 80 batteries (a $68.95 value). The package includes the following:
- 24 AA batteries (a $12.99 value)
- 24 AAA batteries (a $12.99 value)
- 12 C batteries (a $12.99 value)
- 12 D batteries (a $12.99 value)
- 8 9-volt batteries (a $16.99 value)<p>
Interstate All Battery Center’s portable-power enthusiasts preside over a stock of more than 16,000 power cells, bringing light to devices such as phones, cars, and tools. AA batteries enliven dead electronics in four-packs ($3.49) or cases of 24 ($12.99), causing remote controls to jump back to life and complete New Year’s resolutions. Customers can illuminate deep woods or traverse deep cupboards with double packs of mini Maglight bulbs ($3.99) or a variety of flashlights. A 22-battery storage container ($9.99) arrives ready to organize household energy holders into a convenient single package, saving errant feet from slipping on roving infestations of feral D cells, and the package of 80 batteries keeps flashlights, digital cameras, and other household necessities well-juiced.
Interstate All Battery Center
John Searcy started his battery business out of the back of his truck in spring 1950. He opened an official storefront in 1952, naming it Interstate Battery System after the new network of interstate highways that was under construction across the country. Over the next 60 years, his company expanded to all 50 states, as well as Australia, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Guyana, Panama, and the Dominican Republic. Each Interstate All Battery Center location—as well as the company's online database—houses an extensive selection of batteries for cars, electronics, household items, and computers. They also collect power sources for security systems, medical equipment, and other niche devices. Many of their batteries come with a 45-day satisfaction warranty, though it doesn’t cover batteries stolen by siblings to power their Game Boys.