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Old 06-23-2011, 11:18 AM   #1
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I just got a application for Good Sam Club in the mail and was wanting to get some of the Pro's and Con's about membership.
They are offer 1 year for 12.00 and one free night camping 25.00.
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I am a Life member so that says a lot(in favor).
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Sure go for it, the magazine is worth it.
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Old 06-23-2011, 02:54 PM   #4
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Make sure you get a bigger mail box after joining. You will receive more "great offers" than you can imagine.

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Old 06-23-2011, 03:06 PM   #5
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I can always use more fire starting materials.
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Old 06-23-2011, 03:23 PM   #6
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If there is a postage paid envelope included with thier offer, I usually stuff it with the contents of the original offer and mail it back to them. Like some one said above, hope you have a large mail box, your gonna need it.

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Old 06-23-2011, 04:22 PM   #7
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It alright my postal worker has to come up and zap a barcode in my mailbox anyway at least with lots of mail they will not be empty handed.
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Hah! you are either at the beginning of the route, at the lunch point or are the last stop, lol. Keep that mail going! I need my job so I can go out on weekends with the RV! LOL!
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Postal workers need work. Help them out the Post Office is going broke.
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I am a Life member so that says a lot(in favor).
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Good Sam to the rescue... We are members and have road side service with GS...Trace and I arrived at Exit 31 Rv Park for an overnite on the way to Branson tonight....Well one of us left the key in the on (wrong) position Well the battery on the Flex was DOA at the stop ....One call 30 minutes later.. Flex is purring along...Would not be without them...6 years and loving there service Peace...D&T
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DW and I have been GS members since 2004. True, they send a lot of mail, but if you're not interested in what they send, simply throw it away or recycle it. Membership has put us camping with lots of people and all that we've met are good folks. The best advantage to being a member is joining a local chapter and making new friends. I even went so far as to start a chapter myself. We have the Roadside assistance and have used it numerous times. We also have the extended warranty for our TT. Haven't used that, but the peace of mind that it brings is worth the cost. As someone else stated, the magiazine is worth the membership costs. Just my 2 cents worth.
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Lots of mail, renewal will not be $12. They seem to be more interested in getting new members than keeping the old ones. A 10% discount at some campgrounds, same as FMCA, AARP, AAA, and others. Passport America 50% discount, will save you more money and Coach Connect has a good road service.
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I'm not particularly a Good Sam fan, given the volume of junk mail, but Passport America parks are not always where you want them. We're spending nine days at two different campgrounds in New England that accept Good Sam. With proof of GS membership, we saved $46.20. In both cases, the campground rates were competitive before the discount. We pay $70 for a three year GS membership. The savings at just these two campgrounds paid for two years of the membership.
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