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A good reason for members to stop at Sam's Club by Jan. 29

Posted by: John Ewoldt under Warehouse clubs Updated: January 26, 2012 - 2:46 PM


Through Sunday Jan. 29, all Sam Club members can take advantage of additional discounts on eValues items.

Twenty-five items get additional savings, including Bounty, Honey-Nut Cheerios, Tyson boneless-skinless chicken breasts, an HP notebook, a Vizio 46-inch TV, Turbo Tax software, Tide, Cascade, Kleenex, Dunkin' Donuts ground coffee and HP inks.


Members can get a flier in the store that shows all the discounts, which range from an extra $2 off chicken to $250 off a computer. Normally the coupons are only available to Plus members who pay $100 a year.

Members who purchase these items will automatically receive the discount at the register. No coupon is needed. Wouldn't it be nice if Costco did the same with its monthly coupons? Still, Costco's cashiers are usually very accommodating if you forget a coupon. Members can also obtain additional coupon books at the service desk. Also, Costco's coupons are offered to all members, not just the Executive ones.


If you've ever thought that you could get cheaper prices on double coupon day at Rainbow than at a warehouse club, this is the time when, with Sam's Club extra savings, it would be nearly impossible to find cheaper prices on items such as the Tyson chicken breasts or Cheerios.


Unfortunately, each coupon is limit one per membership, so, unlike Rainbow, there's no chance to stock up.  You can use all 25 coupons, but not more than once.




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