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[Sam's Club USA] New Members: 1-Year Sam's Club Membership + $45 Instant Savings Offer for $45

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New Members: 1-Year Sam's Club Membership + $45 Instant Savings Offer for $45

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Sam's Club USA
For anyone who travels frequently to the USA or lives close to the border. Sam's Club has a promotion going on.

Enter your email to receive a unique promo code

Join in-club with the email or join online by clicking on the "Redeem Now" link in the email

Receive an offer for $45 off $45 or more of qualifying purchases
$45 offer is an Instant Savings offer and will be loaded onto new membership account within 72 hours of membership activation and is valid for 60 days thereafter.

Items purchased with individual Instant Savings offers are not eligible for this $45 offer.
Purchases of alcoholic beverages, tobacco, milk, fuel, pharmacy, gift cards, memberships or shipping costs are not included in this offer.
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Good deal! My membership is up for renewal next month. I wonder if I can apply it to that or if it’s only for new memberships? If it is only for new memberships, I will just get my wife to sign up
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najibs wrote: Good deal! My membership is up for renewal next month. I wonder if I can apply it to that or if it’s only for new memberships? If it is only for new memberships, I will just get my wife to sign up
Every year my wife and I alternate signing up. I also heard that if you use a different email/phone number you can sign up with no issues even if you had a previous membership the year before.
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Is there anything particular as a Canadian Are there any products that are especially a good deal versus Costco in Canada? I was thinking some gift cards may be a deal but not 100% sure.
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tfong010 wrote: Is there anything particular as a Canadian Are there any products that are especially a good deal versus Costco in Canada? I was thinking some gift cards may be a deal but not 100% sure.
I think it's only place where you can get discounted Disney GC.
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Just signed up and was able to get $50 in gift cards. So basically I am getting a free membership.
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najibs wrote: Good deal! My membership is up for renewal next month. I wonder if I can apply it to that or if it’s only for new memberships? If it is only for new memberships, I will just get my wife to sign up
Send me a PM in the next day or so.
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Aw man!! I just renewed mine this past Saturday!
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hill15 wrote: Just signed up and was able to get $50 in gift cards. So basically I am getting a free membership.
So I get it right. 1) pay first $45 USD to join, 2) then wait 72 hours to receive the $45 USD credit that must be used in 60 days 3) Then, buy an online gift card of $50 USD. Is that right? Is there an expiry date for the gift card?
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Disney gift cards only 4% off. That being said it’s better than nothing.

Also if you have certain USA Amex cards you can get an additional 25 cash back for signing up for membership.
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hill15 wrote: Just signed up and was able to get $50 in gift cards. So basically I am getting a free membership.
Are you saying you already received the $45 credit and were able to spend it on gift cards (which were excluded according to the terms)? The image you posted doesn't show the "total" part of the invoice.
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JWL wrote: Are you saying you already received the $45 credit and were able to spend it on gift cards (which were excluded according to the terms)? The image you posted doesn't show the "total" part of the invoice.
What I am saying is I have a link that if followed correctly you can get an additional $50 in gift cards. ($20+$20+10). I won't post the link just in case it goes against the terms.
I paid $45 in total. If it all works out I will get the $45 savings that need to be used in $60 days and also $50 in gift cards.
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hill15 wrote: What I am saying is I have a link that if followed correctly you can get an additional $50 in gift cards. ($20+$20+10). I won't post the link just in case it goes against the terms.
I paid $45 in total. If it all works out I will get the $45 savings that need to be used in $60 days and also $50 in gift cards.
What link and how did you get it?

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