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).… read full answer
Yes, you can use your Walmart Credit Card at Sam’s Club. Both the Walmart® Store Card and the Walmart Credit Card work at Sam’s Club for in-store purchases and gas purchases. Only the Walmart Credit Card can be used online for purchases from SamsClub.com, however. The website does not accept the Walmart® Store Card.… read full answer
In addition to Sam’s Club stores and Sam’s Club gas stations, the Walmart® Store Card works at Walmart, Walmart.com, and Murphy USA gas stations. You can use a Walmart Credit Card anywhere that accepts Mastercard.
There are a few more things you should be aware of before making a Sam’s Club run, though. For one thing, if you’re not a Sam’s Club member, you’ll be charged a 10% fee at checkout when shopping there. Sam’s Club membership also costs $45 - $100 per year, depending on the membership tier.
So, if you’re already a Sam’s Club member, you can and should use your Walmart Credit Card there. If you’re not a member yet, it’s worth becoming one if your non-member service charges exceed the annual fee. That means you should join if you plan to spend at least $450 at Sam’s Club per year. Just keep in mind that if you have the Walmart® Store Card, you won’t be able to use it on the Sam’s Club website.
Yeah, but only is you have the Sam’s Club MasterCard. You may obtain a quick cash advance not only at Sam’s Club but at Walmart and other retailers which accept MasterCard as well, up to $100 per day. The store version does not work for cash advances at Walmart. You can't get cash advances on a store card.… read full answer
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