Yes, you can use a Sam's Club® Credit Card everywhere Mastercard is accepted, not just in Sam's Club warehouse stores. That is pretty much anywhere credit cards are accepted as Mastercard benefits from extensive worldwide acceptance. And you can earn rewards both for Sam’s Club and other purchases: 5% cash back on gas (up to $6,000 spent per year), 3% back on dining, takeout and on Sam’s Club purchases for Plus members, and 1% back on all other purchases (up to $5,000 earned in cash back rewards per year).
Sam's Club® Credit Card comes with a host of other features to help you save on international purchases too. It offers 5% cash back on gas (up to $6,000 spent per year), 3% back on dining, takeout and on Sam’s Club purchases for Plus members, and 1% back on all other purchases (up to $5,000 earned in cash back rewards per year). And on top of that, you get $30 statement credit when you spend $30 at Sam's Club within 30 days of account opening. The Sam's Club® Credit Card also comes with a $0 annual fee.… read full answer
To get the Sam's Club® Credit Card, you'll need at least good credit. You also have to be a Sam's Club member. The annual membership fee is automatically billed to your card. If you cancel your membership, you'll also lose the credit card account.
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