Tell me your mom really wants you to stop using her Sam’s Club card without telling me your mom really wants you to stop using her Sam's Club Card…..

“Mama, new membership for Sam’s 1 year it’s only $10.00. You should get it..” *kiss emoji with a heart emoji*

That was a text sent to me from my mom who really wants me to get a Sam’s Club membership. It was then followed by a $20 Apple pay.

I mean, if that isn’t love I don't know what else is!! (Thanks mom ❤️)


If you have ever wanted to give Sam’s Club a try but the membership price scares you, you are in luck!

Sam’s Club is offering a mega discount in celebration of its 40th anniversary. From Friday, April 14 through Wednesday, April 19th new members can take $40 off the cost of a year’s membership.

This puts the cost of Club memberships at $10 and Plus memberships at $70 for the first year. 

This offer is something that doesn’t happen often so set your phone reminders to remind you to sign up before the deal is gone! The offer is redeemable in person or online. 

Sam’s Club’s Birthday Tour:

Aside from this pretty awesome discount, several Sam’s Clubs will also be having a “Birthday Tour” throughout the year and customers can enjoy the celebration with food trucks, games and more.

El Paso’s westside Sam’s Club location, 7970 N Mesa, will kick off the birthday celebration on Saturday, April 15th from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.

The celebration will feature local food truck, Smokin’ J’s BBQ. I decided to do some creepin' on the food trucks Facebook page to see what they have to offer and I regret it because now I AM SO HUNGRY!!

Customers will be able to enjoy some Texas style Hickory smoked Brisket, Ribs, Pulled pork, Sausage, Turkey legs, jalapeno poppers, top rated Mac n Cheese/Loaded Mac n cheese and Loaded nachos. I mean, do we need to say anymore?!

Aside from some good ole’ Texas BBQ, the celebration will also feature live music and a car show.

So, get the family together and sign up for the membership so you can stop using your parents membership.


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