- 1 Sam's Club Coupons & Promo Codes
- 1.0.1 Up to $400 Off Select Models + $300 eGift Card w/ Any Purchase Of A Tempur Pedic Mattress
- 1.0.2 Save on Select Tax Prep Software
- 1.0.3 Backyard Playsets : Up To $400 Off + Free Shipping
- 1.0.4 1 Year Club Membership + $10 eGift Card
- 1.0.5 Free $25 Gift Card w/ $45 Business Membership
- 1.0.6 Up To 30% Off Spring Air Mattress
- 1.0.7 New Customers : 50 Free 4×6 Prints
- 1.0.8 Sam's Club – Framed Prints : 30% Off
- 2 Amazon's Prime membership is eating into Costco and Sam's Club's territory
- 3 Here’s what happened with DirecTV – Smart Circle at Sam’s Club
- 4 How to cancel your New York Sports Club membership
- 5 Sam’s Club Launches Travel App for Members
Sam's Club Coupons & Promo Codes
Up to $400 Off Select Models + $300 eGift Card w/ Any Purchase Of A Tempur Pedic Mattress
Save on Select Tax Prep Software
Backyard Playsets : Up To $400 Off + Free Shipping
1 Year Club Membership + $10 eGift Card
These Sam's Club promo codes have expired but may still work.
Free $25 Gift Card w/ $45 Business Membership
Up To 30% Off Spring Air Mattress
New Customers : 50 Free 4×6 Prints
Sam's Club – Framed Prints : 30% Off
Sam's Club Tips and Tricks
- Sam's Club requires a membership to purchase items from their store. However, if you don't have a membership, you can use a one-day pass or go in with a shopping buddy that has a membership.
- Sam's Club has a pricing strategy with codes for marked down items. Look for items ending in 1 (for example, $xx.81).
- Shop for seasonal items which are not available year round. Since they don't use promo codes, you will find the best value seasonal items.
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Amazon's Prime membership is eating into Costco and Sam's Club's territory
Amazon's paid membership program Prime is rapidly growing its footprintВ вЂ” and it could be doing so at the expense of traditional warehouse club brands like Costco and Sam's Club.
According to a note published by Cowen & Co. on Monday,В the percentage of US households that only pay for Prime membership has more than doubled over the past four years, from 7.1% in 2013 to 16.2% in 2016. In the same time span, housholds that only use either Costco (from 14.9% to 9.8%) and Sam's Club (from 16.9% to 9.7%) dropped noticeably.В
In the meantime, households that pay forВ both Prime and Costco memberships jumped from 4.8% to 11.3% in the past four years, while the same trend is seen among households subscribing to both Prime and Sam's Club (from 4.8% to 8.5% in 2016).
Cowen said the numbers indicate either Amazon Prime attracting a higher percentage of Costco and Sam's Club members, or signing up new customers who didn't have any warehouse membership before. And as Amazon continues to add more perks for its Prime members, the trend will likely continue, it said.
вЂњThe risk is that as AmazonВ continues to improve Prime's value proposition and add more layers to the Prime service, USВ householdsВ could cancel subscriptions for one or both of the Warehouse clubs. At a minimum, the number of consumers opting to just use Costco and/or SamвЂ™s Club 'Only' is likely to continue to decline," Cowen wrote in the note.
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Prime is Amazon's paid membership program that gives access to free shipping and its own video and music streaming services. Amazon has never publicly disclosed the number of Prime members, but analysts believe it's the roughly in the range of 50 million to 70 million in the US.
Cowen pegs Prime's total membership at 49 million in the US, or 44% of all US households. That's at an all-time high, and nearly triple the penetration rate in 2012 вЂ” all the while Costco and Sam's Club'sВ penetration rates have remained largely flat over the past four years.
Here’s what happened with DirecTV – Smart Circle at Sam’s Club
When I enter a Sam’s Club, or any membership based shopping club, I expect a certain level of protection from fraud from 3rd party vendors in the store, especially from vendors that are doing promotions with the club directly.
On Sunday, Nov. 24, 2013, I was approached by Sales rep at Sam’s Club located at 1725 34th Street N., St. Petersburg, FL 33713. JP (the rep) told me that DirecTV was doing a promotion with Brighthouse and Verizon. Customers could keep current internet and switch to DirecTV and save significantly. I told him what my current internet-tv bundle was and he said that my internet alone with Brighthouse would remain at $40 ($39.99 to be exact)/mo and that DirecTv would cost 56.99/mo for the first year and $91.99/mo for the second year. I again asked if he was sure about my internet remaining with Brighthouse and being $40/ month unbundled for the 30 Mbps high speed internet I currently had. Please note, he specifically asked me which internet speed/bundle I currently had and told me what the new internet-only price would be with Brighthouse, while saying that DirecTv and Brighthouse were working together on this deal.
As told to me by JP, the new configuration would save me approximately $40/mo the first year and be about $7/mo less than my current costs in the second year. When he told me that part of the discount was for paying via auto pay, I again asked about the internet remaining with Brighthouse and if I would now have to make separate payments to both Brighthouse and DirecTV, since DirecTV was automatically withdrawing the TV portion of the bill. I was once again assured that even though I was splitting the internet and TV, DirecTV was working with Brighthouse to bring this deal to Sam’s Club members. They were also doing a similar deal with Verizon customers, and at this point John directed my attention to a computer screen nearby with a page advertising a DirecTv/Verizon deal, branded with both logos visible on the screen. I assume (now) this was to support his claim that DirecTv was indeed working in conjunction with both these companies.
Because of these repeated assurances that my unbundled internet would cost $40/mo with Brighthouse and JP’s assurance that he knew this because DirecTv was working with Brighthouse on this deal for Sam’s Club members, I signed up for the service. Mind you, I’m a skeptic, so when I began this conversation with the rep, I really didn’t believe he would be able to save me money over my current Brighthouse plan. So once he had shown me that the plan would indeed be cheaper, I felt it would be silly to reject it at that point. He had indeed shown that he could save me money as he claimed he would.
On Tuesday, once the DirecTv was installed, I called Brighthouse to discontinue the cable TV service and was told that the unbundled 30 Mbps Internet service was $75/mo. Which means that I am saving less than $10/mo the 1st year (maybe not even that after taxes) and will be paying $27 more per month the 2nd year. They also informed me that they were definitely not involved in any promotions with DirecTv or Sam’s Club.
Needless to say, I would not have signed up for this had the person representing DirecTv not blatantly and repeatedly lied to me. By assuring me that DirecTv was working with Brighthouse, he falsely presented himself as being able to speak to Brighthouse costs as if he were representing them as well. This is clearly fraudulent.
I now realize that this was a Smart Circle employee, not a DirecTv or Sam’s representative. Yet all of the material I received said DirecTv or DirecTv for Sam’s Club Members. The only way I discovered he was not with DirecTv is when I called the number on the DirecTv for Sam’s Club members pamphlet that I received when I signed up in order to complain on Tue, Nov 26th and the phone was answered by Smart Circle.
I am currently trying to get some resolution to this matter. I would like to give DirecTv/Smart Circle a chance to make things right and at least deliver on the same amount of savings that I was promised in order to entice me to sign up for the package in the first place. There is nothing that I can expect BrightHouse to do about their billing. They were not involved in the matter at all and I cannot expect them to change their pricing because a DirecTv/Smart Circle Representative committed fraud.
I am canceling the DirecTV within the 24 hour grace period. Brighthouse is reinstating my service with them at no extra cost and no hassles whatsoever. They were the most understanding reps I spoke with all day. I would advise people approached by any DirecTV Sales reps to tell them to go fuck themselves. to walk away without response.
Just spoke with someone from the Office of the President of DirecTV (I sent an email to a VP). I will still be canceling the service, but they are now at least doing their best to be sure that I’m not charged anything and that the contract is canceled without penalty and my installation fee is reimbursed. They also assured me that they will be sending the information to their dealer services department in order to be sure it doesn’t happen again. They were surprised to hear that Smart Circle had been accused of the same behavior in another local Sam’s Club, so perhaps they will re-think allowing that dealer to continue to represent them. We’ll see. I remain skeptical.
Well, Smart Circle contacted me the week after Thanksgiving with all sorts of apologies for their representative misleading me. They sent me a $200 check as an apology. I also still received the $200 Sam’s Gift card that was part of the original deal with DirecTv. So in the long run I came out $400 ahead….at least until I have to remove the damn dish from my roof and patch the screw holes.
How to cancel your New York Sports Club membership
According to their website, Sports Clubs’ cancellation policy allows members to cancel their memberships according to the following:
• Non-commit memberships may be cancelled for any reason and at any time by giving Sports Clubs 30-days written notice.
• Commit memberships may be cancelled once the minimum time period on the Membership Agreement is fulfilled (generally one year or two years). Once the time period has elapsed, members may cancel at any time by giving Sports Clubs 30-days written notice.
• The two scenarios under which a member holding a Commit membership may be released from the terms of the Membership Agreement are (1) qualified medical reasons which prohibit the member from exercising, and (2) relocation of primary residence beyond a minimum distance, from a Sports Clubs location (this distance varies by state).
• Under each of these two scenarios, the member is responsible for paying a cancellation fee. This fee varies by state.
Members may initiate the cancellation in person at any club location, or by sending a cancellation request by Certified Mail to the club or the Member Services department. If the membership cancellation occurs in a club, members will be required to sign a Notice of Cancellation, a copy of which will be generated for their records. Members who cancel by mail can request that a Notice of Cancellation be sent to them.
To get started on cancelling your New York Sports Club account, you will need:
- New York Sports Club Account or Member Number
- Address of your New York Sports Club Location
- Full Name on file with New York Sports Club
- Your Address on file with New York Sports Club
- Reason for Cancellation
- Your Date of Birth (for account verification with New York Sports Club)
- Last 4 digits of your Social Security Number (for account verification with New York Sports Club)
- Last 4 digits of your Drivers License (for account verification with New York Sports Club)
- Last 4 digits of your Bank Account or Credit Card Number New York Sports Club Bills (for account verification with New York Sports Club)
- User Name and Password (If registered for online access)
Mail a certified letter to the address below stating that you would like to cancel. Address letters to :
Town Sports International
Attn: Member Services
1 Highpoint Drive
Chalfont, PA 18914
You can also fax your signed letter to 215-565-2664.
If you need a break from your membership but you know you’ll come back, New York Sports Club allows members to “freeze” their memberships when they know in advance that they will not be using any of the clubs. During the freeze period, members pay a monthly maintenance fee of $15 in lieu of their standard dues. During this time, you may not use any of the clubs or services.
You must freeze your account for at least a month and cannot freeze for more than 12 months. If you have a contract agreement for 1 or 2 years and freeze your agreement, you still must finish out your contract after you release the freeze on your account. No getting out of that original contract!
If you’re still not having success with cancelling your New York Sports Club account, HowtoCancel offers an easy cancellation service.
Company contact information
You can call them by phone Monday-Friday from 8:30am – 6:30pm at 877.258.2311 (877-CLUB-311).
Sam’s Club Launches Travel App for Members
Sam’s Club, a unit of Wal-Mart Stores, launched a standalone travel app that’s powered by wholesaler Tourico Holidays.
The iOS and Android app, which offers 40,000 hotels as well as vacation homes, flights, car rentals and activities, is available to Sam’s Club members only. The basic Sam’s Savings membership costs $45 per year and with a $100 per year Sam’s Plus membership, app users are promised an additional 5 percent savings on travel deals.
Sam’s Club claims to be “the first mass market retailer to offer members a mobile app exclusively dedicated to leisure and business travel needs.”
A call center supports changes and cancellations, the company states.
The debut of the app follows the creation of Sam’s Club Travel in partnership with Tourico Holidays last summer.