This Might Just Be the Best Sam’s Club Deal We’ve Ever Seen

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If you’ve been on the fence about a Sam’s Club membership, this offer just might push you over the edge.

Now through May 23, when you purchase a Sam’s Club membership, you’ll get these freebies:

  • One-year free upgrade to a Sam’s Plus membership, which is usually $100 and offers cash-back rewards and discounts you don’t get with a regular membership

  • $25 Sam’s Club gift card

  • Coupon book with more than $100 in potential savings

  • 2.75-pound rotisserie chicken

  • Two-pack 24-ounce tray of Steakhouse Yukon Gold mashed potatoes

  • 12-inch Daily Chef apple pie

These bonuses are in addition to the exclusive access members get to the warehouse club and its potential savings on groceries, household goods and more.

You’ll pay $45 upfront. But with the $25 to spend at the club, your total costs come down to about $20. Throw a free dinner and hundreds of dollars in coupons on top, and this is a pretty sweet deal!

Offer Details

Sign up online here to redeem this offer.

It’s only good for new memberships; you can’t renew an existing membership with this deal.

You can enter your email address to receive a message with the details to take to your local Sam’s Club and sign up in person.

Or just click “Join Now” to sign up and pay online.

After a year, your membership will renew as a Sam’s Plus membership at the normal (likely  $100) rate. If you don’t want to renew at that level, be sure to update your membership before you get the charge.

You should receive your gift card and coupons within 24 hours of signing up.

Note: You have have to redeem your free food offers within 30 days of starting your membership — but how long can you resist free chicken and mashed potatoes, anyway?

Your Turn: Have you been wondering whether a Sam’s Club membership is worth it?

Dana Sitar (@danasitar) is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. She’s written for Huffington Post,, Writer’s Digest and more, attempting humor wherever it’s allowed (and sometimes where it’s not).