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Sam’s Club to offer codeSpark subscription

Sam’s Club members will receive member-only pricing and a 30 day free trial with their codeSpark Academy subscription.
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Sam’s Club members members can introduce their kids to the creative problem solving and logical thinking core to computer science via code, thanks to an exclusive subscription deal from codeSparkAcademy.

Sam's Club members will receive member-only pricing as well as a 30 day free trial with their codeSpark Academy subscription.

CodeSpark Academy, uses a patented “no words” interface to teach the basics of Stem and make the platform highly accessible. Concepts are taught through various interactive learning activities, including puzzles, games, and coding challenges.

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“codeSpark Academy is a highly engaging educational app that allows kids to learn through play. Parents can feel confident that this screen time is being put to good use,” said Grant Hosford, co-founder and general manager of codeSpark. “From the beginning, our team has worked to make our platform as accessible as possible to every kid interested in Stem and computer science. We’re proud and excited to work with Sam’s Club and look forward to developing our partnership so as many families as possible can have access to codeSpark Academy and a best-in-class introduction to computer science.”

Club members have the option to purchase a subscription and save 20% on a monthly plan at $7.99 (regularly $9.99) or purchase an annual subscription at $63.99 (regularly $79.99). Plus members receive a 25% savings and can purchase a monthly or annual plan at $7.49 and $59.99 respectively.