Sams Club offers discounts to veterans and active duty

Matt Saintsing
June 27, 2018 - 1:50 pm

Sam's Club


Veterans, active duty troops, and their spouses can cash in on some savings when they purchase or renew a Sam’s Club membership.

Through August 1, when they sign up for a new membership or renew one, they’ll receive a $30 Military Member Package, which includes a $10 Sam’s Club gift card, free rotisserie chicken, apple pie, 20-count cocktail croissants and $2 off a loaded potato salad.

To get the deal, you’ll have to show some proof of military service, like an ID or that highly coveted DD-214. The offer is valid in stores only.

The cost to join or renew a membership is $45 or $100 for the Sam’s Club Plus membership.

Additionally, Walmart and Sam’s Club recently celebrated the 5th anniversary of their Welcome Home Commitment by announcing the hiring of more than 200,000 veterans. The two retail giants are more than 80 percent of the way of reaching their goal of hiring a 250,000 vets by 2020.

There are 597 membership warehouse clubs in 44 states.