DEAL: Get a one-year Sam’s Club membership for $19.99 and pay with Apple Pay

The planets have somehow aligned and there is currently a way to get a Sam’s Club membership and pay for it with Apple Pay.

Right now, the website StackSocial is offering a deal for consumers to get a one-year Sam’s Club membership through its website that can be paid for with Apple Pay. Best of all, this membership will only cost you $19.99 (regularly $45).

Those that purchase the membership through StackSocial will get a free rotisserie chicken and cupcakes too.

A deal like this is quite an oddity since Sam’s Club is owned by Walmart, which are both strong holdouts on Apple Pay in its stores and online, as of January 2022.

The purchase of the membership goes through StackSocial, but once purchased, the customer will get an email with a membership code and how to activate that membership on Sam’s Club’s website.

Once it has been activated on the customer’s online Sam’s Club account, they can begin shopping with their new membership.

To make the offer even better than what it already might sound for some customers out there, if they download the Sam’s Club app on their iPhone, they can add their digital membership card to the Wallet app, which can be viewed on their iPhone and Apple Watch.

When making purchases in the Sam’s Club retail stores, customers can simply have their iPhone or Apple Watch out and have their membership bar code scanned. They can also open their digital membership card through the Sam’s Club app.

It should also be noted that while Sam’s Club’s retail stores, app and website do not currently accept Apple Pay, you can link your membership to your Instacart account and get home deliveries, and pay for them with Apple Pay or Apple Card through Instacart.

At this time, the deal is set to expire by Wednesday, January 26.

Do you plan on using this to not only get a Sam’s Club membership for one-year, but also pay for it with Apple Pay? Comment below or let us know on Twitter at @appleosophy.

David Becker
Author: David Becker

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