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Sign up for a Sam's Club membership to start saving in bulk on pantry essentials, gas, groceries and more.

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The best warehouse club memberships offer savings on everything from household essentials like paper towels and toilet paper to necessities like gas and tires. As gas prices surge in the U.S., with states like California averaging more than $5 a gallon, you can alleviate the pain at the gasoline pump with a Sam’s Club membership for access to members-only Sam’s Club fuel stations with discounted gas. Right now, sign up as a new Sam’s Club member for an annual fee of $45 and you’ll get a $45 Sam’s Club e-gift card to use at the warehouse—that’s basically a free membership!

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Most Sam’s Club fuel stations are restricted to Sam’s Club members and you must present your membership card to purchase fuel. The select locations that are open to the public offer a $0.05 discount for members. At all Sam’s Club fuel stations, you can fill up with high-quality regular, premium and diesel gas and enjoy a welcomed discounted price. Keep in mind the discount depends on your city and Sam’s Club location.

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Members can save money on gas at Sam’s Club fuel stations and the Scan & Go feature in the Sam's Club app makes it even easier.

Sam’s Club offers members great bulk savings on a variety of items at the warehouse club including pantry staples, prepared food, household goods, electronics, tires and prescriptions. The perks don’t stop there. Members also get instant savings off of already low member prices (limited-time promotions loaded on to each member’s active card), free shipping on select items, free curbside pick-up, cheaper gas and the best part—free tire repair. Yes, regardless of where you purchased your tires, as long as they meet USTMA (U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association) guidelines, they can be repaired at any Sam’s Club. 

For the easiest shopping experience, members can download the Sam’s Club app and utilize its Scan & Go feature for warehouse and fuel purchases. You can shop using the app and scan each item as you go, pay on your phone and present your digital receipt on your way out.

Get a free Sam's Club membership right now and save on gas, appliances, food and more.

One of the best Sam’s Club perks alleviates any fear of buyer’s remorse. If you’re not fully happy with your purchase, you can return most items for a replacement or a refund under the retailer’s 100% merchandise satisfaction guarantee. (If you’re a credit card points junkie, Sam’s may be your best bet: Sam’s Club accepts Amex, Visa, Discover and MasterCard—Costco infamously only accepts Visa.)

If you decide a Sam’s Club membership isn’t for you, you can cancel at any time before your yearly membership renews by contacting a member service representative via phone, through live chat online or by visiting any Member Services Desk at any club. At this price, you’ve literally got nothing to lose. Stock up on the deals at Sam’s Club today and start saving in bulk.

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Prices were accurate at the time this article was published but may change over time.



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