Shop smarter with a 1-year membership to Sam’s Club for only $14 from Mashable

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TL;DR: Through April 30, you can grab a 1-year membership to Sam’s Club for only $14.

Navigating the grocery aisles has become a wallet-wrenching ordeal, so much so that there’s now a term for the dread it inspires: the supermarket scaries. With food prices hitting the roof, the age-old advice of cooking a home and resisting Postmates doesn’t quite cut it anymore. Maybe it’s high time to rethink where you shop — like opting for a warehouse club where your dollar stretches further.

Lucky for you, a 1-year membership to Sam’s Club costs only $14 through April 30. If you’ve never been a Sam’s Club member, or at least haven’t been one in the past six months, now’s the time to snatch up a membership.

With nearly 600 locations nationwide, a Sam’s Club membership can help you save on your essentials by allowing you to score groceries, home products, electronics, clothes, jewelry, appliances, and more at top-notch quality. They also love throwing extra discounts into the mix so your savings could stack up even more.

But the perks don’t stop at pantry staples. Sam’s Club members also get to enjoy discounts on recreational items, including hotel bookings, car rentals, live events, movies, and more. Looking to save on gas? You can pay less at the pump at select locations. Car trouble? You’ll get complimentary flat tire repairs, battery tests, and wiper blade installations.

And as a cherry on top, you can even share a free membership with someone in your household to spread the savings and kick supermarket scaries to the curb.

Stretch your dollar further with a 1-year membership to Sam’s Club. It normally costs $50, but through April 30, you can grab it on sale for only $14.

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Credit: Sam’s Club

Sam’s Club 1-Year Membership with Auto-Renew
$14.00
at the Mashable Shop

$50.00
Save $36.00



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