Score a 90-Day BJ’s Membership for Free

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If you haven’t done a lot of warehouse club shopping, it can be challenging to determine if the potential savings are worth the club’s annual fee. Now, you can test-drive the experience.

BJ’s Wholesale Club — which is similar to warehouse club chains Costco and Sam’s Club — is so sure you’ll be happy shopping there that BJ’s is offering a free 90-day membership.

According to the Massachusetts-based retailer, its members save an estimated 25 percent off grocery store prices when they shop at BJ’s.

All you need to do to get the free membership offer is print this coupon or open it on your phone and show it to a BJ’s worker at the member services desk. The coupon expires on Dec. 31.

If you like shopping at BJ’s and want to continue your membership after the free 90-day trial, BJ’s offers a variety of paid membership options for businesses and personal use.

BJ’s has more than 210 locations in 15 states. Click here to find the store nearest you.

And if you do get a free membership, be sure to check out “7 Ways to Save at BJ’s Wholesale Club.”

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