Abenity Members Save Over $26,000 at Sam’s Club During Third Quarter

Abenity announced this week that their members saved a cumulative $26,370 at Sam's Club Wholesale Stores during August and September 2011 through Abenity's new discount offer with the wholesale club. As a result of the new Sam's Club discount, Abenity members realized significant savings during the the back-to-school shopping season.

Nashville, TN, November 10, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Abenity, Inc. (www.abenity.com), a provider of private employee discount programs, announced today that their members saved a cumulative $26,370* at Sam’s Club during August and September 2011 through Abenity’s new discount offer with the wholesale club.

Abenity’s contract with Sam’s Club, launched earlier this year, provides Abenity members with savings in the form of a Sam’s Club gift card worth up to $25 when they join or renew their Sam’s Club membership. During the fall back-to-school shopping season the discount offer saw a sharp spike in popularity.

“On the heels of this year’s back-to-school season we’re happy to have seen thousands of our members using our program to save money as they sent their children back to the classroom,” said Abenity President and CEO Brian Roland. “It’s our goal to provide every day savings opportunities for the companies we server and their their employees, and we’ve been able to do that here, stretching our member’s budgets by more than $26,000 as a result of our relationship with Sam’s Club.”

Abenity members receive a $10 Sam’s Club gift card when they enroll in or renew with the Sam’s Club Advantage Membership program and a $25 gift card when they enroll in or renew with the Sam’s Club Advantage Plus Membership program.

“Every day Abenity members have access to over 100,000 local and national discounts and over $4,500 in available savings,” said Roland. “But the recent results from theSam’s Club offer drive home just how powerful our program is, and how members are using the offers we provide to save money on their everyday purchases.”

Most Abenity members access perks, like the Sam’s Club offer, through their employer, who provides the Abenity discount program as a benefit of their employment. Abenity’s corporate rewards and loyalty platforms were developed to help Fortune 500 companies increase their benefits while improving employee loyalty and engagement. Abenity’s ability to volume negotiate discounts on behalf of large employers has positioned Abenity for the release of their new Small Business program, offering companies of any size access to the same benefits that were once only available for the Fortune 500. In addition to discount offers with thousands of national brands like Sam’s Club, Abenity’s focus on wellness helps companies bring exclusive savings to their employees on prescription medications, health clubs, groceries, vision and dental services, and voluntary benefits.

Abenity‘s discount programs are branded to help employers, alumni groups and professional associations increase their group benefits and start from just $99/month.

Matt Burns