3 October 2013

Earlier today, we heard that Sam’s Club was opening their stores to non-club members if they were military.  We’ve reached out to Sam’s Club to get the most up to date information.

In an official statement, Sam’s Club announced,  ‘Sam’s Club understands that helping communities meet their needs during uncertain times is the first step to restoring normalcy. In appreciation for the service that military personnel provide our members and communities, select Sam’s Club locations near military basesare waiving membership requirements for military personnel, retirees, spouses and their families so they may continue saving on everyday goods and groceries.

  • Sam’s Club will remain open to military personnel and families until the U.S. government resumes domestic commissary operations.
  • Any military ID or proof of past or present service can be shown at Member Services desks or at checkout to waive membership requirements. Club associates are happy to help guests with questions as they enter the club.
  • To learn more or to find out if your local club is participating, please call or visit your local Sam’s Club.’

 

 

 

 

 

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