Deal Extended: $45 Sam’s Club Membership Offers More Than $100 Value

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Sam’s Club is giving away more than $100 in savings with the purchase of a membership — through Feb. 26.

Click here to get the deal.

The regular membership level, called “Sam’s Savings,” costs $45. But this offer comes with a free gift card and coupons galore. Here is the breakdown of the freebies:

  • $20 Sam’s Club gift card
  • $6 off Daily Chef spinach artichoke dip
  • $5 off Daily Chef cheddar cubes
  • $5 off a Take ‘n Bake Pizza (cheese or pepperoni)
  • $3 off a six-pack of avocados
  • $100-plus in savings (in the form of a New Member Instant Savings packet)

The free $20 gift card is also available with the purchase of a business member level, called “Sam’s Business,” which also costs $45. Sam’s Club does not specify whether or not the other savings are available with membership at the business level. (Click here to learn more about Sam’s Club’s memberships.)

To redeem this offer online, click the link at the start of this story and then click on “Join Now” for a regular membership or “Business Members join here” for a business membership.

To redeem it in person, click the link at the start of this story and then enter your email address. You will be emailed a voucher to redeem in club. (Click here to find your nearest location.)

No expiration date is listed for this offer, but don’t wait too long if you’re interested.

If you’re more interested in Costco than Sam’s Club, check out “This $55 Costco Membership Deal Throws in $80 in Cash and Savings.”

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