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Sam’s Club eValues Celebration (starts 9/1)!

9:44 AM MST
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Wondering if it’s worth upgrading your regular Sam’s Club Advantage Membership ($40 annual fee) to a Sam’s Club Advantage Plus Membership ($100 annual fee)?! Well, now is your chance to test out one of the perks! Beginning Wednesday, September 1st, through Monday, September 6th, all Sam’s Club members can take advantage of the eValues celebration introductory promotional package and save on all the products listed here including $3/1 Dove Soap 14 pack, $2/1 Tide Laundry Detergent 170 oz. Liquid, $2/1 Bounty Paper Towels 12 pack and more!

The eValues benefit provides discounts that are loaded directly onto your Plus Membership card…you can find available eValues online or at the in-store kiosk and you’ll then save instantly at checkout (no coupons required)!

(Thanks, Chi-Town Cheapskate!)

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  • Melia says:

    We tried the evalues and for us it definitely was not worth the price of the upgrade (and I usually shop there once a week).

  • Cathy says:

    the cost of this membership is $100, SHAME on Sam’s club for charging for the benefits that BJ’s and Costco give you with their regular membership purchase.

  • MoKeaton says:

    I only paid $27 for the upgrade at the service counter. But it does have a lot of good coupons. And when buying in bulk, you always save, this is their way of letting you save a little bit more. :)

  • Karla says:

    $100 sounds like a lot of money. I’m sure a family of 4 or so could do better shopping sales! That’s just my opinion

  • CHI says:

    I was at Sam’s today and saw that the 170 oz Tide was 19.96 (110 loads). So I was happy with myself that i got a better deal at CVS. I did the P&G free flu shot promo. Got 4 tide bottles, basic bounty, dawn bottle and a free flu shot which was the most important to me.

    Make sure you present your free flu shot coupon at the beggining of the transaction, it’s not a typical coupon, they have to process it thru the computer.

  • Sarah B says:

    For all you of you Sam’s Club shoppers, my Mom and I went to Sam’s this weekend and roamed the aisles for sales. She told me that if a product ended in a 1 like $3.91 then it was a sale item or on clearance and that was the lost the price would go. We found chili poweder, garlic salt, and some other kind of seasonig for $1.11 and that is a great price since they are such huge containers!! We also found lots of clothes on sale. I was able to get 2 little girls Speedo swimsuits for $2.81 each and Disney outfits for $2.81! The outfits came with shorts or a skirt and a top. You can hardly get a consignment shop outfit for that price let alone a brand new Disney outfit! We stocked up on outfits for my two daughters and bought a couple for my nieces birthdays- going to pair the outfit with the Dora DVDs from Target for $2 and have a gift for under $5! So if you are headed to Sam’s- keep an eye out for items that the price ends in a 1!

  • ann says:

    I had always heard if the Sam’s Club item cost ended with the 1 cent it was clearance. Does anyone know if Costco has a similar policy.

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