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Black Friday Comes Early for Sam’s Club Members: Don’t Miss These Deals!

Updated September 19, 2016
by Jamie Cattanach
Staff Writer

Hey Sam’s Club members! If you’re anxiously awaiting Black Friday, it’s coming sooner than you think.

Sam’s Club has released its holiday sale flyer — but their one-day-only sale isn’t the day after Thanksgiving — it starts at 7 a.m., Saturday, November 14th.

Real Deals, Really Early

It’s worth checking out lots of Sam’s Club’s deals.

The 55-inch Hitachi LE55A6R9 1080p TV, complete with Roku Streaming Stick, has 3.5 stars on Sam’s Club’s website, listed at $528.

During the sale, Sam’s Club will lower the price to $398 — a far cry from the $600 Walmart is asking today.

Or get your hands on a 15.6-inch HP laptop for just $399 (down from $459). This computer comes with an Intel i5 Processor, 1 TB hard drive and 6 gigs of RAM.

Here’s the full flyer:

Save Even More Money

You can get up to 7% cash back through Giving Assistant shopping Sam’s Club’s deals online, according to our favorite cash-back tracker, Cashbackholic.

Use your Discover it card and get 5% cash back for up to $1,500 in purchases both in stores or online.

They’re currently out of stock, but be sure to check Raise to see if you can also score a discounted gift card. That way, if you plan on purchasing $300 worth of items, you might only spend, say, $275.

So it’s easy to save a lot. Plus, you can keep your Thanksgiving weekend Friday free for more important activities than shopping — like eating leftovers.

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Your Turn: Which of these deals makes your early-bird Black Friday list?

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Jamie Cattanach is a junior writer at The Penny Hoarder and a native Floridian. She’s passionate about learning, literature, chocolate and finding ways to live the good life as cost-effectively as possible. You can wave hi to @jamiecattanach on Twitter.

by Jamie Cattanach
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