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Member's Mark 30oz Tumblers, 2-Pack Sam's Club $19.98 like Yeti or Ozark Trail

WHOCARES21 210 415 September 10, 2016 at 08:03 AM in Home & Home Improvement (5) More Sam's Club Deals
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Last Edited by WHOCARES21 September 10, 2016 at 07:58 PM
Sam's Club has Member's Mark 30oz Tumblers, 2-Pack for $19.98 back in stock at some stores. Not available online yet. Even though a store is not showing in stock they may have it as I went to one that showed it wasn't in stock and they had a big display of them. These are just like the Ozark Trail model at Walmart but HAS A SLIDE LATCH LID TO PREVENT SPILLS which neither the Yeti or Ozark Trail model have.(You can buy the lid for them for something like $10 extra or the total cost of one of these). These have been out of stock for 3 months or since June so I don't know how long this will last or how many the stores will get. Most people comparing these to the other brands say they keep things cold just as long if not longer than the other brands. Very highy rated getting 4.8/5.0 for reviews.

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Durable stainless steel construction
Double wall vacuum insulation
Clear, durable lid with slide latch

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This set includes two-30 fl.oz (0.9L) double wall tumblers, which are made of high quality 18/10 stainless steel. The insulated double wall desgin keeps drinks hot or cold for hours. The customized lid is stylish, yet rugged and is designed with slide latch to prevent spills. The durability of stainless steel construction makes them perfect for outdoor, home or vehicle.

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18/10 stainless steel
Capacity 30 fl.oz (0.9L)
Keeps drink hot or cold for hours
Customized lid design with slide latch to prevent spills
Designed for outdoors, home or vehicle
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This isn't a deal. They have been this price for months. That being said I have a Yeti, Ozark Trial, and these cups. These are the best value by far. The lid for these are much better than the others.
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Have you seen the ones that Costco sells? The lids have a straw and the whole lid can be sealed to be water tight. 2 cups, 2 lids, 4 straws ~$22.
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Have you seen the ones that Costco sells? The lids have a straw and the whole lid can be sealed to be water tight. 2 cups, 2 lids, 4 straws ~$22.
Can you shop at Costco without a Costco membership? I'm not 100% sure, but I don't think you can!
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Quote from SephirothWGP View Post :
This isn't a deal. They have been this price for months. That being said I have a Yeti, Ozark Trial, and these cups. These are the best value by far. The lid for these are much better than the others.
I believe I have seen an optional lid for the Yeti that will close, but that cost another $5 or even $10 and you will have the original lid to store someplace.

These are only a deal when compared to Yeti save 75% and get a better lid to boot, or Ozark trail get a better lid and pay only a 25 cent premium for that superior lid. (The lid on the Ozark Trail fits the Members Mark tumbler and vice versa
I ALWAYS cover my Stainless tumbler when left in the cup holder of my parked car with a white paper donut store bag completely covering the tumbler. I do this to not attract smash, grab and run hoodlums.
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Last edited by bgammill September 10, 2016 at 03:59 PM
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I believe I have seen an optional lid for the Yeti that will close, but that cost another $5 or even $10 and you will have the original lid to store someplace.

These are only a deal when compared to Yeti save 75% and get a better lid to boot, or Ozark trail get a better lid and pay only a 25 cent premium for that superior lid. (The lid on the Ozark Trail fits the Members Mark tumbler and vice versa
I ALWAYS cover my Stainless tumbler when left in the cup holder of my parked car with a white paper donut store bag completely covering the tumbler. I do this to not attract smash, grab and run hoodlums.
I would smash and grab just to see what's in the donut bag.
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Here is a pictures the one I got from sam's club with a collapsible rubber cup I got from walmart as a cover, and the holder from amazon.
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Quote from Crackerjack111 View Post :
Can you shop at Costco without a Costco membership? I'm not 100% sure, but I don't think you can!
you need to be a member at sams club also, so the membership point is moot.
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Quote from Crackerjack111 View Post :
Can you shop at Costco without a Costco membership? I'm not 100% sure, but I don't think you can!
you can if a current costco member buys you a cash card
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Quote from newbie101 View Post :
Here is a pictures the one I got from sam's club with a collapsible rubber cup I got from walmart as a cover, and the holder from amazon.

Where did you find a handle for the tunbler? I'm looking for one for the 20 oz Ozark version, moreso than a better lid.
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I love mine from Sam's club. have 4 and use them daily. got them 3 months ago after trying multiple stores. I also have an RTIC one from amazon. The only thing that is a minor downside for Sams cups is the slide lid which doesn't fit straws well. RTIC for 10$ on amazon does but is a permanent open hole. hopefully this helps people decide.
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I've looked at all these. The Ozark available at Wal-Mart looks virtually identical to the Yeti except for the logo. Members Mark cups are the same but the lid isn't. You'll have to decide if the ability to.close it outweighs the added difficulty of having to hand wash a more complex lid. I've seen multiple reports that the lid o-ring seal is inferior & comes loose. For my money, the Ozark is the better deal as I prefer the simpler open lid with more reliable seal.
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Last edited by TexasFlood September 10, 2016 at 08:18 PM
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Quote from bgammill View Post :
I believe I have seen an optional lid for the Yeti that will close, but that cost another $5 or even $10 and you will have the original lid to store someplace.

These are only a deal when compared to Yeti save 75% and get a better lid to boot, or Ozark trail get a better lid and pay only a 25 cent premium for that superior lid. (The lid on the Ozark Trail fits the Members Mark tumbler and vice versa
I ALWAYS cover my Stainless tumbler when left in the cup holder of my parked car with a white paper donut store bag completely covering the tumbler. I do this to not attract smash, grab and run hoodlums.
Sad one has to think this way. Having said that, thanks for the tip since I wasn't thinking that way and probably should be! Can't hurt, right?
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The Costco version (reduce cold-1) are 19.99 now here in central Ohio. I have the Ozark, RTIC, mossy oak, and reduce and the reduce is the best one hands down. Better kid, 4 extra ounces.
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I've looked at all these. The Ozark available at Wal-Mart looks virtually identical to the Yeti except for the logo. Members Mark cups are the same but the lid isn't. You'll have to decide if the ability to.close it outweighs the added difficulty of having to hand wash a more complex lid. I've seen multiple reports that the lid o-ring seal is inferior & comes loose. For my money, the Ozark is the better deal as I prefer the simpler open lid with more reliable seal.
Just throw it all in the dishwasher. What are you really worried about?
All of this stuff is "dishwasher safe"
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