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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Sam's Club Groupon Deal

If you’ve been waiting on a deal for a Sam’s Club Plus Membership, today is a good day. Grab a 1-Year Sam’s Plus membership, $30 gift card and (3) Vouchers for various food items for $100!

The coupons are for:
FREE Artisan Fresh Rotisserie Chicken (reg. $4.88)
FREE Artisan Fresh Gourmet Cupcakes, 4ct. (reg. $4.98)
FREE Castle Wood Reserve Sliced Oven-Roasted Turkey Breast, 22 oz, (reg. $7.98)

This deal is for new customers only.

If you buy the voucher today, you can redeem it at your local Sam’s Club beginning 8/14. The voucher expires on 11/10 and there is a limit of 1 per person.

Keep in mind that this is for the “Plus” membership which gets you earlier store hours, 2% cash back and extra warranty perks. You’ll also get special discounts and perks not available to basic business members.

Wondering does buying bulk save money?

    • Jenni P.

      I went there for the free weekend yesterday, and was extremely unimpressed with their prices. Aldi or BOGO sales at Publix or Bi-Lo offer better prices in most cases, or are so close that we would have to shop there a LOT to make the membership fee back. We ended up buying one item only (other than pizza for lunch for the fam): Gouda cheese. My mom, who has been a Sam’s Club shopper for over a decade, told me today that they’ve really “tightened things up” in the past 2 years – less clearance, less variety, etc. She only renews her membership now when she is offered a great deal – probably one like this one. Just FYI.

      • jessc5

        We LOVE going to Sams, but we do not have an Aldi, Publix, or Bi-Lo (I’ve written emails to Aldi’s, twice, begging them to come to town!). We have certain items that we buy weekly (or bi-weekly) that are priced right and I don’t have to wait for a sale. We have 5 kids, so the bulk amounts work out great for us!

    • Kim

      I love Sams for their fruit, fresh salad greens, and dog food. I love the quality of their fruit and fresh salads – I stop in weekly and dont have to shop around town to get the quality. The prices are not comparable to shopping big sales at Harris Teeter or Farm Fresh, but it is better than regular prices on those items. My dog also has a very picky stomach and the dog food that I have to by for him is much cheaper and easier to find than in the grocery store!