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1-Year Sam's Club Membership + $10 eGift Card EXPIRED

Posted 03-13-2017 by Discombobulated at 12:33 AM
Groupon offers a 1-Year Sam's Club Membership for New Members from $30 (options listed below). Thanks Discombobulated

Option #1 $30
  • 1-Year Sam's Club Membership
  • Complimentary Membership Card for a Spouse or other Household Member
  • $10 e-gift card (valid online or in-club)
    • Note, allow 5-7 days for delivery of e-gift card
Option #2 $45
  • 1-Year Sam's Club Membership
  • Complimentary Membership Card for Spouse or other Household Member
  • $10 e-Gift Card (valid online or in-club)
    • Note, allow 5-7 days for delivery of e-gift card
  • $100 in Instant Savings Offers that include (offers are loaded directly to your membership card within 24-hours of activating membership):
    • Free Rotisserie Chicken
    • Free Dinner Rolls
    • Free Croissants

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Written by qwikwit

Offer valid for new Sam's Club Members only; not valid for those with a current membership or those who were Sam's Club members less than 6 months prior to March 13, 2017. Promotional value expires June 20, 2017. Limit 1 per person. Please see full terms and conditions here. -qwikwit

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Edited March 13, 2017 at 07:34 AM by annie930ny
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Note
, offer valid for "New Sam's Club Members Only"; not valid for current members or those with less than 6 months of membership prior to March 13, 2017. Promotional value expires June 20, 2017; amount paid never expires. Limit one per person.
Also, other option available
  • 1-Year Sam's Club Membership + Instant Savings Package [groupon.com]
    • $45
      • Includes
        • 1-Year Sam's Club Membership
        • Complementary Membership Card for Spouse or other Household Member
        • $10 eGift Card (Valid Online or In-Club)
          • Note, allow 5-7 days for delivery
        • $100 in Instant Savings (loaded directly to your membership card) - within 24 hours of activating membership, including:
          • Free Rotisserie Chicken
          • Free Dinner Rolls
          • Free Croissants
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My local Sam's club threw away my ValPak $20 gc w/membership coupon since they had a special running until April 2nd that included:

$45 for Membership
$25 gift card
1 Free Pizza
1 Free box of chocolate chip cookies
$4 off 4 pack of 2 liters of Coca Cola
50% off coupon for 200ct, 6pk napkins

Between that and filling up on gas the membership paid for itself on the first use.

Costco is great but I find Sam's more convenient for a smaller household since they carry a lot of 'smaller' packaged items. I find most items in Sam's costs me about $5-8 where Costco is more like $10-12. My 2 cents.
A lot of people do that here, swap back and forth between primary and secondary to always be a new member. I signed up in January as a new member after my spouse's membership ended in December where I was the secondary.

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Costco should catch up with Sam's checkout experience
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Does the $100 instant saving worth the extra $15?
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Does the $100 instant saving worth the extra $15?

all depends what you buying or need. for us mostly worth less.mostly just the coupons from the coupon book. the croissant are not made with real butter, the dinnerrolls and the chicken is okay. but not worth the 15 $ extra.
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Costco should catch up with Sam's checkout experience
Sam's should catch up with Costco in many more ways. Other than allowing self-checkout and early hours, I'd take Costco over Sam's every day.

As for the deal, every month the Value Pak in the mail has a deal for Sam's that comes with a $20 gift card with a new membership.
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Sam's should catch up with Costco in many more ways. Other than allowing self-checkout and early hours, I'd take Costco over Sam's every day.

As for the deal, every month the Value Pak in the mail has a deal for Sam's that comes with a $20 gift card with a new membership.

My local Sam's club threw away my ValPak $20 gc w/membership coupon since they had a special running until April 2nd that included:

$45 for Membership
$25 gift card
1 Free Pizza
1 Free box of chocolate chip cookies
$4 off 4 pack of 2 liters of Coca Cola
50% off coupon for 200ct, 6pk napkins

Between that and filling up on gas the membership paid for itself on the first use.

Costco is great but I find Sam's more convenient for a smaller household since they carry a lot of 'smaller' packaged items. I find most items in Sam's costs me about $5-8 where Costco is more like $10-12. My 2 cents.
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Quote from ChoBiZniZ View Post :
My local Sam's club threw away my ValPak $20 gc w/membership coupon since they had a special running until April 2nd that included:

$45 for Membership
$25 gift card
1 Free Pizza
1 Free box of chocolate chip cookies
$4 off 4 pack of 2 liters of Coca Cola
50% off coupon for 200ct, 6pk napkins

Between that and filling up on gas the membership paid for itself on the first use.

Costco is great but I find Sam's more convenient for a smaller household since they carry a lot of 'smaller' packaged items. I find most items in Sam's costs me about $5-8 where Costco is more like $10-12. My 2 cents.
This sounds appealing. Does anyone know how long you have to have not been a member before you can take advantage of these membership specials again? I haven't been a member in 2-3 years. When I was in Seattle did mostly Costco since they are everywhere, but also did a Sam's Club deal once. I tend to like the products (including prepared foods) at Costco more, but Sam's Club does have some stuff that isn't carried at Costco (and better cakes IMO). Now in Atlanta and only like 2 Costcos in the entire city so might be back to Sam's Club.
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Quote from ChoBiZniZ View Post :
My local Sam's club threw away my ValPak $20 gc w/membership coupon since they had a special running until April 2nd that included:

$45 for Membership
$25 gift card
1 Free Pizza
1 Free box of chocolate chip cookies
$4 off 4 pack of 2 liters of Coca Cola
50% off coupon for 200ct, 6pk napkins

Between that and filling up on gas the membership paid for itself on the first use.

Costco is great but I find Sam's more convenient for a smaller household since they carry a lot of 'smaller' packaged items. I find most items in Sam's costs me about $5-8 where Costco is more like $10-12. My 2 cents.
I got in on a similar deal but they never gave me the freebies so they compensated with a $15 e-gift card. After all was said and done, A $45 membership with $40 in gift cards. Much better than freebies.

I prefer Costco myself but Sam's is convenient with my business membership early hours and it's closer. Plus I bought a couple grand in gift cards for Sam's with the Amex offer earlier this year. But for most things, I prefer Costco if I have to make a choice,
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is the val pak available in most sam's club? or where to get one?

Quote from ChoBiZniZ View Post :
My local Sam's club threw away my ValPak $20 gc w/membership coupon since they had a special running until April 2nd that included:

$45 for Membership
$25 gift card
1 Free Pizza
1 Free box of chocolate chip cookies
$4 off 4 pack of 2 liters of Coca Cola
50% off coupon for 200ct, 6pk napkins

Between that and filling up on gas the membership paid for itself on the first use.

Costco is great but I find Sam's more convenient for a smaller household since they carry a lot of 'smaller' packaged items. I find most items in Sam's costs me about $5-8 where Costco is more like $10-12. My 2 cents.
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Does Sam's club offer 93 octane gasoline or just 89 and 91? How much is gas cheaper there? 10 cents or so? After their e-gift card and groupon 25% new member discount price comes down to $12.5 for me. Just trying to figure out if it's worth it. I don't buy much food.
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is the val pak available in most sam's club? or where to get one?
The ValPak is a neighborhood coupon packet that gets mailed. Mine has the Sam's club offer in it every month. Not sure if they offer the same online but you can check at https://www.valpak.com
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Does Sam's club offer 93 octane gasoline or just 89 and 91? How much is gas cheaper there? 10 cents or so? After their e-gift card and groupon 25% new member discount price comes down to $12.5 for me. Just trying to figure out if it's worth it. I don't buy much food.
The Sams I go to has either 87 or 93 (Roseville, MI) Its usually $0.10 cheaper than the Speedway .25 miles away. That being said 93 is usually $0.40 more that 87 at that Sams. I have been thinking about getting a membership for a while now, but I currently have my mom's 'spare' card that I use to get gas. For me I save more than $45 a year in just gas savings.

I fill up about 3 times every 2 weeks and at $0.10 savings per gallon and assuming I get 10 gallons (that's on the low side, I'm sure I put 12-15 gallons in each time) that's about $80 a year in savings.

PS. Their store brand toilet paper and facial tissue are very good for the price too.
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My husband's account ended on 11/20/2016 and i was the secondary person added to his account and given a card too. Can I purchase this deal now and activate it as me being the primary? Do they accept that?
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My husband's account ended on 11/20/2016 and i was the secondary person added to his account and given a card too. Can I purchase this deal now and activate it as me being the primary? Do they accept that?
A lot of people do that here, swap back and forth between primary and secondary to always be a new member. I signed up in January as a new member after my spouse's membership ended in December where I was the secondary.
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