Living Social: Great Deal on a Sam’s Club Membership

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sams-clubIf you have wanted to try out a Sam’s Club Membership but have been on the fence, Living Social has an awesome One-Year Membership Package right now! First-time members to Sam’s Clubo can grab a 1-year membership for $45 (a $79.84 value), AND it comes with a $20 Sam’s Club Gift Card AND $19.84 in food-service vouchers! The food-service vouchers are valid for an Artisan Fresh Rotisserie Chicken, a 16″ Artisan Fresh Take-and-Bake Pizza and two boxes of 6-, 12-, or 24-count Artisan Fresh Cookies.

Terms are as follows: Limit 1 Per Person, Valid for New Sam’s Club Members Only, Redeem after 3/7/13 at your local store (not before), Offer must be used by no later than 6/18/13, Membership expires after 1 year.

If you are new to Living Social- just go HERE to sign up and then grab the deal. If you are already a member of Living Social- just go HERE to check out this offer.

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  1. Thanks!! I have been wanting to try SAMS – just for the discounted gas! The rest of this is all a bonus! If you’re able to use my link, maybe my membership will be free! Exciting thought! If 3 people use it, I’ll come back and say Thank You and let you know to use someone else’s link, I imagine others will be posting it too!

  2. I guess it would be like getting the membership free then because of all the free food.

  3. We have the regular membership and it is only $40. Not getting the $80 value since even the premium membership is not any better unless you shop a lot. Still a good price after the giftcard. We are choosing not to renew after this year because many many items are actually more per unit then buying at the regular store.

  4. Jody I am guessing that it refers to you not being able to open multiple accounts under 1 single name (why someone would do that I have NO CLUE!!) What you are talking about is requesting a card which is different and actually has the other persons name on it.

  5. I have to wonder – what does “one per person” actually mean? We would need two cards for our household. could we still get the deal and get two cards for our household membership?

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