10 Sam’s Club Travel Deals You Don’t Want to Miss
Sam's Club launched its new travel service only three months ago and is now offering its famous discounts on amazing experiences like concerts, Broadway show, and popular theme parks. We rounded up the best deals you can book this summer to keep the whole family entertained!
Universal Orlando Resort
Home to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, as well as rides featuring Spiderman and Transformers to name a few, Universal Orlando Resort is one of the biggest and most visited theme parks in the country. Throughout July, you can buy a two-day pass to the park through Sam’s Club and get three additional days completely free. You’ll need those extra days to enjoy all three parks (Universal Studios Florida, Universal’s Islands of Adventure, and Universal’s Volcano Bay water park) plus Universal CityWalk’s amazing restaurants which include delicious options including The Palm and Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville. Regular price for the five days is $359.99, but via Sam’s Club, you only pay only $269.99.
You don’t need us to tell you that Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland are fun for the entire family. Adding to the excitement, this summer Disneyland in Anaheim, California opened the highly anticipated Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. (Disney World’s version is slated to open in late August.) For a limited time, via Sam’s Club, you can book a “Summer One World” ticket, which gets you single entry to the four parks (Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom, and Hollywood Studios) and two water parks at Walt Disney World. Available for use through August 29, 2019.
Located across the country—from West Coast to the East Coast and everywhere in between—Six Flags offers tons of thrills and chills for all ages. Book a visit to the famed Magic Mountain in Los Angeles —which was voted the best amusement park in America in 2018 according to a USA Today poll and just launched the world’s first racing launch coaster ride—and get up to 40 percent off admission prices. At the uber-popular Six Flags Fiesta Texas in San Antonio, where The Joker Carnival of Chaos, a 17-story pendulum ride recently debuted, book admission through Sam’s Club and score tix for $52.99 instead of the gate price of $82.99.
This summer, catch a musical or play (or both!) in New York City’s famed Theatre District in the heart of Times Square —without going broke. We found tickets to the Tony-award winning Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma on a Saturday night for as low as $59.50 (regularly $99.50)—a 40 percent savings. Other hot shows available at press time included Ain’t Too Proud, Tootsie, The Cher Show, King Kong as well as longtime fan faves like The Lion King and My Fair Lady.
Nothing says “summer” like a blockbuster movie. Buy your tickets through Sam’s Club and save up to 55 percent on movie tickets nationwide. They have 12 movie theater partners including AMC, Regal Cinemas, and Cinemark. Our fave deal is $26.50 for two movie tickets plus a $25 gift card to Restaurant.com, good at over 22,000 locations across the United States. Still prefer to watch movies from the comfort of your own couch? We recommend these 12 beach flicks.
Cirque du Soleil
Founded in 1984 by a group of French Canadian street performers, Cirque du Soleil is still wowing audiences with its amazing acrobatics and gorgeous artistry 25 years later. They currently have 27 productions running and Sam’s Club members can enjoy special pricing through the end of the year on touring shows across the country as well as the resident shows in Las Vegas. We found $41 seats to the spectacular Mexico-themed show, Luzia, (a 30 percent discount), as well 40 percent off tickets to the popular street acrobatic show, Volta!
There’s nothing like summer to catch up with your favorite bands—old and new—and we spotted deals at Sam’s Club for some of the summer’s hottest concerts at up to half price off! We found tickets to New Kids on the Block (touring with popular ’90s acts like Salt-n-Papa and Debbie Gibson) starting at just $25; Third Eye Blind starting at just $15; and the legendary band The Who, starting at $35. There’s never been a better time to see your favorite musicians live and start crossing off your summer bucket list.
Biggest country music tours
If you’re a country fan, then Sam’s Club is making it easier than ever to slide on your cowboy boots and head out to see your favorite artists this summer. On the Sam’s Club Travel & Entertainment hub, we found deals on tickets—think as low as $20 to see Rascal Flatts, Brad Paisley, and other country stars! You can catch Luke Bryan in Atlanta or Virginia Beach at 30 percent off or listen to Chris Young sing about a little black dress in Phoenix or Tampa at half-off regular admission. Yee haw!
Water parks nationwide
If you’re looking to beat the summer heat, Sam’s Club has got you covered. Members can enjoy special offers on water parks across the country—from Arizona to Virginia, and everywhere in between, including at many of our favorite indoor water parks. From 40 percent off the popular Carowinds park in Charlotte, North Carolina, where the Carolinas’ very first double-launch rollercoaster, “Copperhead Strike” just opened, to the awesome 4-pack deal at King’s Island in Ohio (which has a 650,000-gallon wave pool and a seven-story multi-slide) where you get four tickets for $38.50, instead of the usual $90, there’s something for everyone.
Ain’t nothing like summer in the city! Whether you want to take an inspiring trip to the Civil Rights Movement Tour in Nashville or take in a baseball game with a side trip to Legoland Discovery Center in Boston, check out Sam’s Club to find deep discounts to hundreds of local attractions in cities across America. Interested in a French Quarter Food Tour? Book through Sam’s Club and pay $52.50 a ticket instead of $75. Want to tour the Everglades, and maybe spot a croc at night? Purchase through Sam’s Club and save 30 percent. Don’t want the savings to end? Read on for 50 more ways to save on summer travel.
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