Good morning Loves. Today is exciting because we have a big giveaway for you. That’s right 10 lucky people will win an exclusive member to a new club – so keep reading to find out more and enter for your chance to win.
It seems like everywhere we turn we’re being included or excluded from a club. The cool kids table in the high school cafeteria, the water cooler gang in the office and the ladies lunching in our neighborhoods. I don’t know about you but it seems like throughout my entire life – one way or another – I’ve been trying to get into a club. Is that just me?
The same thing is true for our shopping habits. There are a ton of clubs out there that offer members low prices on everyday items, as long as you buy in bulk. So here’s my question, would you pay to be a member of a money saving club?
This is the original savings/shopping club to me. When I was a kid my mom really wanted to join Costco because buying basic needs in bulk with a family of four can really save money.
However my dad doesn’t believe in paying for a service where you’re spending money anyways – even if it saves you money. And therein lies the difference between my parents and possibly a contributing factor to their divorce.
I had no idea what Sam’s Club was or that it even existed until recently. I’m Canadian and we don’t have Sam’s Club up here. However on a recent road trip to NYC I wanted to go shopping at Wal-Mart and entered it into my GPS to find the nearest location. My trusted GPS didn’t bring me to a Wal-Mart it brought me to a Sam’s Club.
I went in thinking it was some type of super Wal-Mart but found out that it’s more like Costco. I wasn’t sure if I needed to buy a membership to shop there but other than paper towels and toilet paper BF and I don’t really buy anything in bulk.
We should buy body wash, Tide and dishwashing soap in bulk but we have yet to do so. I did also see bug spray being sold in packages of 8 at Sam’s Club, I’m not sure why anyone would need that much bug spray but to each his own.
This is the new kid in town. I recently met Jet.com at the #BlogHer15 conference in NYC and you know what? They kind of rock. For an annual fee of $49.99 Jet.com offers “club price savings on pretty much anything you buy” from TVs to toilet paper. Here’s the good news. We’re giving away 10 memberships for free.
Use the Rafflecopter link below to enter for your chance to win. Giveaway closes August 15, 2015 and is open to all U.S. residents ages 18 and over. Good luck!