Uber headlines: Join Sam’s Club today for $45 and receive $120 in Uber credits—but only for a limited time


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The right warehouse club membership can help you score bulk quantities of home essentials at great prices and special savings on major appliances, among other benefits. If you’ve been thinking about getting a warehouse club membership, Sam’s Club is making it worth your while with a great deal that gives you $120 in free Uber rides.

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Right now, if you sign up for a Sam’s Club membership with an annual fee of $45, you’ll get $120 in Uber credit. After you sign up, you should receive an email about redeeming the offer within three business days. The credit is split up into 12 vouchers of $10 apiece, and are sent once a month for 12 months. (Vouchers expire at the end of the month in which they are issued.)

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