What Type of Credit Cards does Sam's Club Accept?
If you have ever found yourself in need of a 5-gallon drum of mayonnaise, a new television, or a free lunch made up entirely of delicious food samples, chances are you've made your way to a Sam's Club. Sam's is the second largest chain of retail warehouse membership clubs in the United States. With over 47 million members nationwide, Sam's is second only to Costco Wholesale. Sam's Club is owned and operated by Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., and is even named after Sam Walton, founder of Wal-Mart.
The store is a warehouse in the truest sense of the word. Not only can you buy everyday products in bulk, but you can also fill up the tank, get your eyes checked at Sam's Club Optical, and fill your prescriptions; all for a yearly membership fee of $45 ($45 for a business membership).
"What type of credit card does Sam's Club accept?" Sam's clubs in-store locations accept Sam's Club Credit (PLCC), Discover, Wal-Mart and Sam's Club shopping cards, Walmart Credit, MasterCard, American Express* and, very recently, Visa (as of Feb. 1, 2016). Personal checks, cash, and both MasterCard and visa-based debit cards are acceptable means of payment at in-store locations.
*American Express now requires registration of all shipping addresses that are different from their customers' billing addresses. Sam's Club Members must call American Express directly to provide American Express this information.
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