If weekly grocery shopping stresses you out, we understand. It can be difficult to decide which meals to cook for your family, how to save extra cash, and do your best to reduce food waste along the way.
Many food waste experts will tell you that reducing food waste and saving money is easy to do when you buy in bulk. The best way to get your feet wet with this sustainable, money-saving practice is by signing up for a warehouse membership like Sam’s Club. Conveniently enough, new customers can join Sam’s Club with Plus memberships costing just $50 for a limited time.
Sam’s Club has taken the grocery shopping experience and streamlined it to be ridiculously affordable. Your local club warehouse offers goods like groceries, kitchen supplies, electronics, furniture, and much more. There’s even a tire and battery center to service your car!
Believe it to not, you even get pharmacy and optical savings, like over 600 generics starting at $4 and 20% off a complete pair of eyeglasses. That also means free shipping on contact lenses, which is an amazing perk. Verified customer Joshua Y. said, “Can’t beat half off a $100 Sam’s Club Plus membership for the next year! … With membership my family gets the lowest price on gasoline, groceries, and all kinds of household products.”
Additionally, you can find discounts on hotels, rental cars, live events, attractions, movies, and more. Plus members also get 2% back in Sam’s Cash on qualifying purchases in-club, limited to $500 a year. That Sam’s Cash can be applied to your annual renewal, so if you shop enough, your membership might pay for itself!
Right now, you can save 50% off one year of Sam’s Club Plus. It usually costs $100, but right now, it’s only $50.
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