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When it comes to stocking your home with necessities, wholesale clubs are a valuable resource. Not only can stores like Sam’s Club offer great prices on products you were likely going to buy, but you can also find discounts on items like patio furniture, TVs, phones, extras and more. Plus, these locations sell their wares in bulk, which can mean fewer trips to the supermarket (and ).
Sam’s Club Plus’ $100 annual fee might be worth it if your savings outweigh the cost, but new subscribers can save even more. In addition to getting deep discounts on everyday items, a Plus subscription unlocks perks like free shipping and curbside pickup.
In addition to providing affordable household items such as cooking utensils, cleaning supplies and electronics, the club is also a hub for other races. For example, many places include pharmacies and optical centers, so you can pick up your discounted RX’s once you’ve finished your grocery run, save up to 20% on glasses, and enjoy the free shipping on contact lenses. Some Sam’s Club stores also offer tire and battery replacement services, so you can perform routine car maintenance while you shop.
You’ll receive 2% back on qualifying purchases up to $500 per year with a Plus membership. Members also receive a free cleaning card, which gives them instant savings on a range of products. Beyond what you’ll find in-store, Sam’s Club offers shoppers discounts on hotel rooms worldwide and lower prices on movie tickets, attractions, live events and more.
Warehouse Club Membership can change the way you shop, and this discount makes the transition easier. A year of Sam’s Club Plus usually costs $100, but new users can.
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