Sam’s Club Offers Deals From Ticket Monster In Select States

Sam’s Club announced Thursday (March 22) that customers in Florida, Michigan and Texas can get exclusive deals and discounts via its new collaboration with Ticket Monster.

In a press release announcing the new deal, Sam’s Club said customers in those three states will get exclusive prices, products and experiences for theme parks, movie theaters, concerts, sporting events and other attractions.

“We love finding new ways to bring exciting – and maybe even unexpected – value to our members,” said Taylor Duersch, Sam’s Club’s vice president of member and data strategy. “Now our members can get even more out of their membership by saving big on great events, and we’re excited to partner with Ticket Monster on this great offer.”

Sam’s Club is letting non-members view the tickets and savings and then sign up for membership via In some cases, the member-only pricing on tickets and other entertainment will pay for the cost of the membership.

“We’re thrilled to work together with Sam’s Club to offer members a chance to win high-value products and experiences through package giveaways, flash sales and continuous savings throughout the year of up to 40 percent off of ticket prices,” said Brian Lefton, president of Ticket Monster.

Sam’s Club said the latest offer builds on several announcements since the start of this year, including free shipping for Plus members, the simplification of their membership options and a collaboration with Instacart to provide members in select markets with same-day grocery delivery.

In February, Sam’s announced that it would be making a bigger shift toward eCommerce, offering free shipping on any item to members who paid for the $100 annual Sam’s Plus membership. That offering might sound familiar, as it is also the foundational perk of Amazon Prime.

The company also said it was converting a former Sam’s Club store in Memphis into a fulfillment center for online orders, with other eCommerce facilities in Florida, California, the Chicago area and the Northeast on the way in the coming months.