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 April 15, 2015  Posted by  Expired

If you’re looking for a way to shop for less, you may save a bit if you take advantage of this free trial membership at BJ’s Wholesale Club.

Through July 5, new members can receive a free 60-day trial membership to BJ’s Wholesale Club, which has locations in 15 states. Even better: It’s truly a free trial — unlike some free trial offers at warehouse clubs, there’s no mention of tacking on a 10% to 15% surcharge at checkout. Once enrolled, you’ll get a membership number to use immediately for online shopping and will receive a membership card when you visit your local BJ’s. If you decide to join, a 12-month membership will run you $50.

Unlike most warehouse clubs, BJ’s allows you to use both BJ’s own coupons and manufacturers’ coupons. Making a good deal better, you don’t have to rely on manufacturers’ coupons cut from the Sunday paper — most BJ’s accept coupons printed from online sites, such as Living on the Cheap’s coupons page.

Does it get even better? Yep. Per the official policy, you can only use one coupon per item, but an item isn’t defined as one package. If you buy a multipack of toothpaste, each tube of toothpaste counts as an item. And you’re allowed to stack a BJ’s coupon with a manufacturer’s coupon. Unlike manufacturers’ coupons, you can use only one BJ’s coupon per item or bundle. And you can’t exceed the actual retail price in total value of coupons.

The trial is available in all states that BJ’s serves with the exception of North Carolina and Ohio, where other savings plans are being tested.

Jennifer Maciejewski

Jennifer Maciejewski writes about anything that piques her curiosity, with profiles and service pieces ranking among her favorites. In 2008, she created Atlanta on the Cheap to teach herself how to blog and use social media plus create an easy way to tell people about fun (and often free) things to do in the ATL. What started as a side project soon became her primary business, and in 2011, she added RVA (Richmond) on the Cheap to the mix. She spends her free time exploring all that Atlanta and Richmond, her hometown, have to offer (on the cheap, of course).

  4 Responses to “Get a free trial membership to BJ’s Wholesale Club”

  1. We are interested in joining BJs. We would like to do a trial membership. Thanks.

  2. You would need to print out the coupon and take it to your closest B.J.’s to sign up for the trial membership. Happy shopping!

  3. Hello! Is there a link to the BJ’s pass?

  4. Click on the words free 60-day trial membership and you’ll get to this link:

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