Save on everything you need with a great deal on Sam’s Club membership

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For $15, buy in bulk and save with this Sam's Club membership.
Stock up on snacks, batteries and more with this $15 Sam's Club membership, which comes with a $10 gift card.
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Whether you’re saving up for a new MacBook Air or just looking to get more for every dollar, a warehouse club is an easy way to get what you need at the lowest possible price.

This Sam’s Club membership lets you stock up on everyday consumables — and pays for itself in a multitude of ways.

Find discounts on items you already buy

Sam’s Club uses the power of its corporate parent, Walmart, to buy in bulk. As buying in volume drives down the unit cost, when shopping from a warehouse store, you may pay less per item overall.

This is useful for the everyday essentials you were going to buy anyway, such as groceries, electronics and furniture. Sam’s Club also offers convenient online shopping options.

This particular deal, which is rated five stars in the Cult of Mac Deals store, includes a $10 e-gift card, which you can use in-store or on SamsClub.com and Walmart.com. With a broad range of products and locations across the United States, Sam’s Club could let you tackle all your shopping in a single store.

That bulk purchasing power, however, goes much further than kitchen items and toiletries. Members can find discounts on travel and entertainment services, including up to 60% off hotel bookings. Some locations offer members free blood glucose screenings, complimentary hearing tests and discounted medical and eye exams.

Plus, you can get free tire rotation, balance and repair, and then fuel up with gas at a lower price while shopping for a new car. Sam’s Club even brings in local authors for signings and events.

Save on a one-year Sam’s Club membership

Buying in bulk is ideal for the food, toiletries, paper goods and other items we all go through. This one-year Sam’s Club membership can help you start saving for just $14.99 (regularly $55).

Prices subject to change.

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