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American Express and Sam's Club are offering you access to even more savings. From now until July 31, 2016, print or show the above pass at a Sam's Club Member Services Desk and get one-day in-Club shopping access without the 10% non-member surcharge.

Valid thru July 31st 2016

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For Reference: http://www.samsclub.com/sams/homepage.jsp

For Reference: https://www.americanexpress.com/
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#2
Ironic, since Sam's takes master and not Amex... Has that changed?
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Ironic, since Sam's takes master and not Amex... Has that changed?
A 2 second Google search would have answered your question, but yes.
AMEX lost a lot of business when Costco didn't renew their contract, so now they are trying to grab business wherever they can (I have seen some Amex/BJ's deals floating around as well).
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Wonder why they didn't renew their contract amex/costco.
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Quote from SuMtOnE View Post :
Wonder why they didn't renew their contract amex/costco.
It's an interesting story, but I'll TL;DR it for you: Citigroup/VISA gave Costco a very sweet deal that AmEx wasn't willing to match.

If you want to read the long version, this [bloomberg.com] is some great reporting.

Back on topic, you can shop at Sam's surcharge-free in CA. A one-day membership is still required for most items though.
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Quote from SuMtOnE View Post :
Wonder why they didn't renew their contract amex/costco.
I am surprised you haven't gotten one of those A-Hole "a 2 second Google search would have... Blah" replies yet, seems like this place is full of those ppl nowadays...
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Quote from rsveteran View Post :
It's an interesting story, but I'll TL;DR it for you: Citigroup/VISA gave Costco a very sweet deal that AmEx wasn't willing to match.

If you want to read the long version, this [bloomberg.com] is some great reporting.

Back on topic, you can shop at Sam's surcharge-free in CA. A one-day membership is still required for most items though.

Fascinating turn of events. Thank you for the article link.
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10% wtf
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I used to buy alcohol at SAMs club with out a membership back when I was 21 and much cheaper than liquor stores. Now I have memberships to Costco and Sams due to the deals. But still 1 day pass is not bad if you don't have a membership
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Quote from rsveteran View Post :
It's an interesting story, but I'll TL;DR it for you: Citigroup/VISA gave Costco a very sweet deal that AmEx wasn't willing to match.

If you want to read the long version, this [bloomberg.com] is some great reporting.

Back on topic, you can shop at Sam's surcharge-free in CA. A one-day membership is still required for most items though.
Thanks for the information.

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I am surprised you haven't gotten one of those A-Hole "a 2 second Google search would have... Blah" replies yet, seems like this place is full of those ppl nowadays...
I probably have Wink
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Ironic, since Sam's takes master and not Amex... Has that changed?
Sam's Club takes Visa, MasterCard, Amex, and Discover.
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Wow lots of love for a one-day pass? Wasn't the premium one year membership like $30 a couple weeks back?

Yeesh
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Wow lots of love for a one-day pass? Wasn't the premium one year membership like $30 a couple weeks back?

Yeesh
It's "free" , why not... I just hate the lines at Sams / Costco , and esp Walmart... Kroger etc... They try to cut down labor cost so much and transfer the cost to the consumers to waste their time instead... Walmart esp, and Walmart online at store is much worse, I don't ever shop there anymore unless the savings is worth the wait
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It's "free" , why not... I just hate the lines at Sams / Costco , and esp Walmart... Kroger etc... They try to cut down labor cost so much and transfer the cost to the consumers to waste their time instead... Walmart esp, and Walmart online at store is much worse, I don't ever shop there anymore unless the savings is worth the wait
1. You need to time your lines. My local Walmart rarely has lines...that said I travel a lot and have been to wal marts I wouldn't wanna go back in ever.
2. I prefer Costco, but none around, however, the SAMs club membership that was (is?) available on the cheap lets you get business only access from 7-9 every day before anyone else can come.
3. Unless you are a crazy coupon clipper, Walmart has best prices anywhere, plus no other store carries the range of products they do. People love to hate on Walmart, but seriously does it do that much more harm than help for the billions it serves annually?
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Can you use the one day code to order online?
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