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Sam's Club Members: 12-Count 108-Sheet Rolls Bounty Paper Towels

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Sam's Club has for their Members: 12-Count 108-Sheet Rolls Bounty Select-A-Size Paper Towels on sale for $19.98. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free for Plus Members.

Note, availability for store pickup may vary by location. This is also part of a 'Buy 2 Get $10 Off' promotion when you add quantity of 2 to cart.

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  • Offer is valid through August 8, 2021
  • Price Research: This sale is $10 Off (33.35% Savings) over the list price of $29.98.
  • Reviews: These Bounty Paper Towels are highly rated 4.9 Stars out of 5 Stars based on over 4,500 Customer Reviews.
  • Sam's Club Return Policy: Covered by the Sam's Club Member Satisfaction Guarantee (details).
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Sam's Club has for its members 24 count (2 x 12 ct) Bounty Select-A-Size Paper Towels. for $29.96. Shipping is free for PLUS members or choose free club pickup.

Note, add quantity of 2 to cart and automatic $10 off will apply bringing total to $29.96.


https://www.samsclub.com/p/bounty...d=pdp_cart
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scsiguru asked this question on 07-16-2021 at 09:25 AM
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I bought 2 in the store and got $10 off at the register.

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If you're not brand loyal, Members Mark brand is $0.0075/sheet (vs. $0.011 for this Bounty sale).

https://www.samsclub.com/p/mm-pap...ance.rr0_2
Same with MM toilet paper... So much better than the inferior Kirkland at Costco.

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If you're not brand loyal, Members Mark brand is $0.0075/sheet (vs. $0.011 for this Bounty sale).

https://www.samsclub.com/p/mm-pap...ance.rr0_2
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If you're not brand loyal, Members Mark brand is $0.0075/sheet (vs. $0.011 for this Bounty sale).

https://www.samsclub.com/p/mm-pap...ance.rr0_2

$5 P&G rebate brings it down to $.0088
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$5 P&G rebate brings it down to $.0088
Can you refer us where to get the rebate?
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Can you refer us where to get the rebate?
https://www.pggoodeveryday.com/rebates/
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I believe costco recently had or currently has the same deal on bounty.. not sure if the member's mark kitchen towels are good but the kirkland ones are definitely quiet inferior to bounty.. can't quite handle the amount of absorption and is less strong.. which is why we've decided to go back to bounty..

and again this makes sense.. P&G probably manufactures the kirkland and member's mark towels and want them to be inferior at a lower price point to maintain their brand premiumness (if that is a word)

Edit: The costco deal wasn't similar.. it was $5 off a single item as opposed to the $10 off two
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If you're not brand loyal, Members Mark brand is $0.0075/sheet (vs. $0.011 for this Bounty sale).

https://www.samsclub.com/p/mm-pap...ance.rr0_2
Yes! The members mark paper towels are awesome.
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I believe costco recently had or currently has the same deal on bounty.. not sure if the member's mark kitchen towels are good but the kirkland ones are definitely quiet inferior to bounty.. can't quite handle the amount of absorption and is less strong.. which is why we've decided to go back to bounty..

and again this makes sense.. P&G probably manufactures the kirkland and member's mark towels and want them to be inferior at a lower price point to maintain their brand premiumness (if that is a word)

Edit: The costco deal wasn't similar.. it was $5 off a single item as opposed to the $10 off two

costco deal is still on.
Its better for folks who need 1, but if you buy 2.. it makes it sweeter with the rebate.
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I believe costco recently had or currently has the same deal on bounty.. not sure if the member's mark kitchen towels are good but the kirkland ones are definitely quiet inferior to bounty.. can't quite handle the amount of absorption and is less strong.. which is why we've decided to go back to bounty..

and again this makes sense.. P&G probably manufactures the kirkland and member's mark towels and want them to be inferior at a lower price point to maintain their brand premiumness (if that is a word)

Edit: The costco deal wasn't similar.. it was $5 off a single item as opposed to the $10 off two
We always use Member's Mark brand paper towels and they are definitely the best. I agree Kirkland ones are not very good, definitely inferior to Member's Mark. I can't say about Bounty as it's been a while since we've used them. I would recommend you try out Member's Mark ones and see if they are comparable to Bounty for you
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costco deal is still on.
Its better for folks who need 1, but if you buy 2.. it makes it sweeter with the rebate.
Totally makes sense.. also i want to add that when i changed from shipping to pick up in store, the price actually actually $2 cheaper than getting it shipped.. plus the rebate makes it sweeter like you mentioned
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Totally makes sense.. also i want to add that when i changed from shipping to pick up in store, the price actually actually $2 cheaper than getting it shipped.. plus the rebate makes it sweeter like you mentioned
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We always use Member's Mark brand paper towels and they are definitely the best. I agree Kirkland ones are not very good, definitely inferior to Member's Mark. I can't say about Bounty as it's been a while since we've used them. I would recommend you try out Member's Mark ones and see if they are comparable to Bounty for you
Thanks for your feedback.. I will definitely give the members mark towels a shot.. i've been a costco member for several years and this is the first year where i've got to try out sams club (via their $45 gift card promotion in dec).. so definitely looking forward to try more members mark and compare it to kirkands products.. i just got their diapers last week even since kirkland jacked up their diaper prices..
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We always use Member's Mark brand paper towels and they are definitely the best. I agree Kirkland ones are not very good, definitely inferior to Member's Mark. I can't say about Bounty as it's been a while since we've used them. I would recommend you try out Member's Mark ones and see if they are comparable to Bounty for you
Same with MM toilet paper... So much better than the inferior Kirkland at Costco.
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If you're not brand loyal, Members Mark brand is $0.0075/sheet (vs. $0.011 for this Bounty sale).

https://www.samsclub.com/p/mm-pap...ance.rr0_2 [samsclub.com]
From someone who always used Bounty, I'm liking the Members Mark brand more. It's not as absorbent but most of the time I use paper towels, it isn't to clean up a spill. I've just gotten use to getting a towel if I have a large spill to clean up.
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Quote from whatisthebigq :
I believe costco recently had or currently has the same deal on bounty.. not sure if the member's mark kitchen towels are good but the kirkland ones are definitely quiet inferior to bounty.. can't quite handle the amount of absorption and is less strong.. which is why we've decided to go back to bounty..

and again this makes sense.. P&G probably manufactures the kirkland and member's mark towels and want them to be inferior at a lower price point to maintain their brand premiumness (if that is a word)

Edit: The costco deal wasn't similar.. it was $5 off a single item as opposed to the $10 off two
Also Costco sells bounty advanced, not these (at least our warehouses here in VA do). The difference seems to be wider sheets of select a size, and they are thicker. Most noticeable to me when going backward to regular bounty after using advanced, wondering why they feel thinner and smaller than I'm accustomed to. I really like the advanced.
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