Get A Sam’s Club Membership For Just $20, Plus Free Chicken And Cupcakes!

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From barbeque essentials to camping gear, you’ve got quite the shopping list going these days. And thanks to one-stop-shop havens like Sam’s Club, you can get everything you need in one great spot, and at prices that won’t give you heart palpitations.

And while a 1-year membership to Sam’s Club can set you back almost $60 bucks, you can snag one for half-off its regular price, making it just $20. And considering the incredible prices this superstore has to offer on things like groceries, outdoor gear, household essentials, and beyond, this deal is almost too good to be true.

As if this discounted membership weren’t awesome enough, new members who jump on this deal also score delicious free goodies, like a fresh, mouth-watering rotisserie chicken and eight gourmet cupcakes valued at close to $8 bucks. Simply add these items to your cart and, upon checkout, they’ll be covered by the credit waiting for you on your account. You’ll also receive a complimentary household card that you can use to get even more savings on everything Sam’s Club has to offer.

Serving millions of members online and at over 600 locations across the U.S. and Puerto Rico, Sam’s Club continues to deliver quality products at prices you simply won’t find in traditional retail stores, or even Amazon for that matter. And the proof is in the pudding — check out what real members are saying about this incredible value online!

“Easy to redeem and cheaper than the usual membership. The free food is worth the membership price alone.” – Elyse R.

“Very good deal for membership and it was very easy and quick to sign up and get the deal.” — Jacob T.

“Awesome! I love using my Sam’s membership to find amazing deals.” Emilee H.

For a limited time, you can get half off a 1-year membership to Sam’s Club along with a free rotisserie chicken and gourmet cupcakes for just $19.99 down from $57.

Prices subject to change.


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