Hummingbird Feeder & Premium Nectar Value Pack Only $14.98 at Sam’s Club

Hip2Save may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post. Read our full disclosure policy here.

More Sam's Club

Hummingbird Feeder and Premium Nectar Value Pack

Sam’s Club brings all the birds to your yard!

Head into Sam’s Club where you can grab a Hummingbird Feeder & Premium Nectar Value Pack for only $14.98! Note that we found this hummingbird feeder in-club only, so be sure to stop by your local Sam’s Club if you’re interested.

This value pack comes with one glass hummingbird feeder and two 80oz containers of hummingbird nectar. The feeder features a wide-mouth bottle for easy filling and cleaning, and a built-in ant moat to deter pests.

Hummingbird Feeder and Premium Nectar Value Pack

With this hummingbird feeder value pack, you’ll be able to attract two times as many birds to enjoy watching this summer.

You only need 2 ingredients to make your own hummingbird nectar!

Join The Discussion

Comments 6

  1. Patty

    Your wallet and the hummingbirds are much better off going to Dollar Tree and picking up a feeder and making the food with no red dye. One part sugar to four parts boiling water. Stir until sugar dissolves then cool in frig.

    • acgold

      I was going to write the same! Also please remember to clean them out when you change the water or refill. The bacteria and dirt can kill the poor things. We use q-tips to clean out the little flowers.

    • Marie

      I also was going to say this, please don’t purchase products with red dye, it is not necessary to attract the birds and more importantly it harms them. It’s disappointing to see this site promoting it. A bag of white sugar (which will make more than what is in this kit) and a feeder can run under $5.

  2. Aunt Jenny

    I’ve been feeding humming birds for 3 years and have to say it is a lot of work but totally worth it. From what I’ve learned I would never feed them store bought nectar.

  3. Nikki

    Please don’t buy this, people. The red dye is dangerous to the birds. It is very easy and cheap to make it yourself.

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks for the reminder, Nikki! I did add a post at the bottom with instructions on how to make your own nectar.❤

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

It's not your Grandma's coupon site!

Sign up for a Hip2Save account (it's free) to access all of the awesome features!

Forgot Password?

Don't have an account? Register

Forgot Password

Don't have an account? Register

Already have an account? Login

Thank you for rating!

Would you also like to leave us a comment?