$100 for a One-Year Sam’s Club Plus membership package (a $147.84 total value)
- One-year Sam’s Club Plus membership (a $100 value); view membership benefits
- $30 gift card valid for in-club purchases
- Fresh-food vouchers, redeemable through November 10 (a $17.84 value)<p>
Fresh-food vouchers include:
- One Artisan Fresh rotisserie chicken (about 3 lbs, a $4.88 value)
- One Artisan Fresh gourmet cupcakes variety pack (4 ct, a $4.98 value)
- One Castle Wood Reserve sliced oven-roasted turkey breast (22 oz, a $7.98 value)<p>
As an added bonus, all new Sam’s Club Plus memberships come with more than $125 in members-only savings offers on some of Sam’s Club’s most popular merchandise. On top of that, Plus Members receive $100+ in additional savings offers each month (not valid in Texas, Las Cruces, NM, or Shreveport, LA).<p>
Customers may redeem their membership in the club starting on Wednesday, August 14. Plus members who have redeemed their membership by August 18 will also get an invitation to an in-club Plus Member Appreciation Event, held August 18, which grants access to VIP pricing on more than 25 special items.<p>
Valid at any Sam’s Club location. Find a location near you.<p>
Sam’s Club works with a worldwide network of suppliers to find in-demand products and premium food items, and then purchases them in large quantities to cut down on costs. The result, according to Sam’s Club, is an average 33% savings over traditional retail prices. To date, the club counts more than 47 million amongst its ranks, spread across more than 600 club locations. These staggering numbers bring big responsibilities to Sam’s Club’s executives and their teams, who take on the roles of personal shoppers for each of their members.
These discounts extend through all of the club’s departments. A trip through a typical Sam’s Club reveals home decor, Energy Star–qualified TVs and computers, and pet supplies. In other aisles, associates hand out samples of food from name brands and the club’s proprietary grocery lines. In-club pharmacies and optical centers fill discounted medications and fit members with eyewear. Since Sam’s Club is always landing new deals, there’s usually something surprising in store—anything from mountain bikes to a backyard playset.
Perhaps most surprising about Sam’s Club is that, despite the ever-growing number of clubs, the company stays tied to its local communities. In 2012 alone, Sam’s Club donated $106.4 million to various causes, such as helping small business owners secure loans. The clubs also host free health screenings and the occasional special event, such as weight-loss seminars and business boot camps. But the company also tackles some of the global issues on its members’ minds. As of 2010, Sam’s Club began offsetting 20% of its energy use from wind power—only a small step towards its ultimate goal of harnessing 100% renewable energy, just like an extension cord plugged back into itself.
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