What’s better than joining a new wholesale club? Not paying full price for the membership.
Sam’s Club is currently offering multiple ways to do just that. You can essentially nab a membership for as little as $20.
So if you’ve been curious about the warehouse club chain or debating whether to join, now is a good time to act.
Just note that the following offers are for a “Sam’s Savings” membership, which normally costs $45 — check out the membership webpage to learn more about it.
The offers also are limited to new members. If you’re already a Sam’s Club member, check out “7 Clever Ways to Save Money at Sam’s Club.”
$55 value for $45
This offer involves paying full price for the membership, but the membership comes with a free $10 e-gift card. In other words, you’d pay $45 for $55 worth of stuff, between the membership and the freebie.
Just click the blue “Join Now” button on the offer webpage, and proceed from there. After you enter your email address, you will be emailed more information about redeeming the offer, which you can do online or by bringing the email to your local club.
This offer is valid between now and Jan. 31.
$55 value for $30
This offer involves paying only $30 for the membership and getting a free $10 e-gift card. So you’d pay $30 for $55 worth of stuff.
This offer is available through Groupon.com and through LivingSocial.com, so you’ll need an account with either website to take advantage of it. Don’t worry — it’s free to sign up, and these websites will automatically prompt you to sign up after you hit the “Buy” button for the deal.
Just note that this offer is short-lived, like most Groupon and LivingSocial deals. It’s only available through Friday, assuming they don’t sell out before then. So don’t delay if you’re interested.
More than $200 value for $45
This offer involves paying full price for the membership, but the membership comes with both a free $20 gift card and more than $135 in Instant Savings discounts. So you’d pay $45 for more than $200 worth of membership, gift cards and savings — and the membership would basically pay for itself.
For more ways nonmembers can save at Sam’s Club, check out “6 Ways You Can Shop at Sam’s Club Without a Membership.”
What’s your take on Sam’s Club? Would you recommend a membership to someone who has never joined? Let us know below or on Facebook.
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