Sam's Club Gears Up For Holiday Shopping With Black Friday Deals

Tech, toys and home gadgets will be at the heart of Sam's Club Black Friday deals. A treasure-trove of top brands at steep savings will be exclusively available to members starting at 12:01 a.m. EST on Thurs., Nov. 24 on and in clubs beginning Fri., Nov. 25 at 7 a.m.

The full list of Black Friday deals can be found at, but highlights include (while supplies last, no rain checks - all items available in-club and online):

For the Techie:
  • HP 15.6" Notebook with Intel Core i7 Processor, $499
  • GoPro HERO4 Silver Action Camera Bundle, $199
  • Nikon D3400 2 Lens DSLR Bundle, $499
  • Fitbit Alta Bundle, $99.86
  • 10.1" Samsung Galaxy Tab A Bundle, $188.84
  • Top Apple and Samsung Smartphones at prices too low to show before event date, check Nov. 22 for offer details

For the Home:
  • iRobot Roomba 665 Robot Vacuum, $269.98
  • Seiko Melodies in Motion Wall Clock, $79.98
  • Samsung 75" Class 4K UHD Smart TV, $1,998
  • VIZIO 60" Class 4K UHD SmartCast Home Theater Display, $548
  • LaCrosse Weather Station, $19.98

For the Kids:
  • PlayStation 4 Uncharted 4 Bundle, $249
  • Xbox One S Battlefield Bundle or Xbox One S Minecraft Bundle with Bonus Controller, $249
  • JBL Go Portable Bluetooth Speaker 2-pack, $29.87
  • Schwinn 16" Bike, $49.98
  • Lifetime Adventure Tower Swing Set, $100 off
  • Deluxe Read & Play Books, $24.98

To make holiday shopping easier and faster, there's a new way to skip the checkout line at Sam's Club. Members can swiftly and seamlessly pay for their holiday haul with the new Scan & Go app. The app allows members to use their smartphone to scan items as they go, pay with a pre-stored credit card and then simply show a digital receipt as they leave. For those mindful of holiday budgets, the new app also allows users to easily track spending throughout their trip.

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