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.
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.
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