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Are you familiar with Sam's Club?

According to their website, they are a, "membership-only warehouse chain selling a variety of bulk grocery items, electronics & home goods."

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It is the perfect place to go when you are looking to buy in bulk and they have just about everything.

Their store departments include grocery, home, electronics, household essentials, health & beauty and seasonal.

But just like Costco, a membership is required to shop and take advantage of the deals.

Luckily, Sam's Club is picking up on the vibe that everyone is broke due to some of the highest inflation prices in 40 years.

 

According to NJ.com, they are offering a sick deal in honor of 4th of July.

Their typical membership price is $45. From now until June 26th, that price is being dropped to $8.00!

You get it? In honor of 4th of July, they are offering memberships for a FOURTH of the cost!

But just like with everything else in this world, it comes with a catch.

According to NJ.com, "this deal is only available to customers who are purchasing a NEW membership and this deal is not available online."

Yes, this means that you MUST go to a Sam's Club in-person to take advantage.

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If I were already a member, I would walk in and cancel my membership. Then walk out and wait ten minutes.

Then return to the counter and say, "I'm here to sign up for the $8.00 membership please."

There is really only one Sam's Club location that is feasible for Monmouth & Ocean County residents to get to.

It is located at 320 West Main Street in Freehold and they are open 10 AM to 8:00 PM Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM on Saturdays and 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM on Sundays.

And with the money you've saved by taking advantage of this deal:

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