It’s Moving Day! #FullHomeHappyHome + $100 Giveaway

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I was afraid this day would never come! If you’ve been following my blog or social media pages, then you know that last summer in July we said goodbye to Louisiana, to our 3 year home, and to Air Force life and moved back to my husband’s home state of Utah.

We have been living in my in-law’s basement since then. Finding and purchasing a house has been a roller-coaster, but today we finally move into our new home!

Family selfie in the new house! #homeowners #finally

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After 5+ months of living in someone else’s house, we have a lot of stocking up to do! Toilet paper, paper towels, laundry detergent, food, cleaning supplies. Those are some of the expenses that you don’t always think about when you’re hiring someone to do a long distance move.

Wrapping up our house purchase, moving, driving 35 hours round trip to my brother’s wedding are just a few of the many things that have been like an avalanche of stress in my life this past week. I haven’t had time for even half of the things on my to-do list. Thankfully, Sam’s Club has made it easier for busy families to stock up on everyday essentials while saving money. With Sam’s Club Everyday Essential Savings and (free) Club Pick-up you save both money and time.

Sam's Club in Club Pick-up

Simply order the items you need online and select “Pick-up in Club” and then swing buy the store to pick up your order. Ensure that you never run out of your everyday essentials and your home will be a “full home, happy home”.

Sam's Club Club Pick up

When I got to Sam’s Club to pick up my order, I checked in at the Club Pick-up kiosk. (If you have to wait more than a couple minutes, I recommend talking to someone at the customer service counter. My Sam’s Club didn’t quite have the Club Pick-up process down.) I found out my order was ready and waiting for me at a pick up area behind the Sam’s Club eatery.

Members who take advantage of the Everyday Essentials items will save up to $97! That’s a nice chunk of cash. I picked up a few everyday essential items to stock up our new house. I needed to get a jump start on all the cleaning before the movers brought all the boxes in so I picked up a box of Swiffer Dusters refills.

Swiffer Dusters refills from Sam's Club

And you can never have too much laundry detergent on hand. (No, really, I’m serious. I’m one of those people who has a variety of laundry detergents. I use different detergents for different types of laundry loads.)

Tide Pods from Sam's Club

With the money you save you can give yourself a little more wiggle room for Christmas shopping. We are “house poor” right now so Christmas is going to be small. Even so, there is a certain gift my boys have been asking for the last couple years… And Sam’s Club had one!!! And it was $37 off!!!

Sam's Club Christmas gift

Seriously, my boys are going to be so excited! Right now it is hiding in my husband’s trunk. With everything still in boxes, there is no where to hide gifts. LOL!

To find out how you can maximize your dollars, save about $97* on your Everyday Essentials, and make your home a “Full Home, Happy Home” visit www.fullhomehappyhome.com.  

Win a $100 Sam’s Club Gift Card!

Sam’s Club is giving 5 winners a $100 gift card to help you make your home a “full home, happy home” while stocking up on everyday essentials (and some fun splurges, too)!

$100 Sam's Club Gift Card Giveaway for Everyday Essentials

*Vendor calculation based on proprietary methodology comparing average non-promoted retail price per unit from a combination of leading U.S. retail outlets vs. average retail price per unit at Sam’s Club® for 2 months ending September 26, 2015. Pricing and item availability may vary in Alaska, Hawaii, Oklahoma, Puerto Rico, Wisconsin, and on SamsClub.com.

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About Amy @ Oh So Savvy Mom

My name is Amy. I'm a mom to three, wife to one, and a sister and aunt to many. I'm an Air Force wife currently living in Bossier City, Louisiana. Oh So Savvy Mom began as a way for me to share parenting and product advice with others. I have a lot share, but I'm no loud mouth. My blog is my way to be heard. Come join me at Oh So Savvy Mom, learn about new products, pick up some parenting tips and tricks, and have a good time.

Comments

  1. I'd buy perfume with that saved money.
  2. Lyndsey R. says:
    I would buy essential oils. See what I did there. Haha
  3. christina kunze says:
    I would buy me some new boots with the saved money! :)
  4. Michele Behlen says:
    I would get a new coat.
  5. Cheryl Abdelnour says:
    I would buy lots of food for Christmas.
  6. I would buy books!
  7. DeAnna Keller says:
    I would buy new winter boots!
  8. Jerrica Evans says:
    I would buy a doll house that I saw there, it's huge and I know my children would love it.
  9. I would use that savings to splurge more on the holiday family meal
  10. I would buy some books to read and adult coloring books. Thanks. partymix25(at)Hotmail(dot)com
  11. Debra Guillen says:
    I love Febreze products and would definitely stock up.
  12. As someone who never seems to find the time or money for me purchases, 97 dollars would be big. I'd probably treat myself to a pamper mommy day. Get my nails and hair done (alone without an infant, a toddler and a preschooler yanking at my pant legs that they're bored and want to go).
  13. I would buy paper products. Like toilet paper, paper towels, etc. We use a lot of paper towels. I would love to buy a bunch and stock up...they are essentials for my family.
  14. If I were able to save $97 and could spend it on myself I would get myself a new, quality purse.
  15. sheri anderson says:
    I would buy some nice jeans and tops, really need some new clothing, thanks!
  16. Deb NeSmith says:
    I would stock paper products (toilet paper and paper towels) and Ensure for my Hubby.
  17. Mariaelena says:
    I'd buy me some hunter boots!
  18. laurie murley says:
    I would buy me some new clothes
  19. I would get new ankle boots with my savings.