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Sam's Club to now accept Visa cards


Sam’s Club has entered into an agreement with Visa to begin accepting Visa credit cards starting Feb. 1.

“Everything we do is in an effort to better serve our members and extend the value of membership. By accepting Visa credit cards, we are giving our members more ways to shop that are convenient for them,” says Tracey Brown, chief member officer at Sam’s Club.

Sam’s Club currently accepts Visa debit and prepaid products at its clubs, as well as Visa credit at its fuel stations in the United States, and online at Later this year, will also begin supporting Visa Checkout.

“Sam’s Club is the eighth largest retailer in the U.S. and we are thrilled to open up Visa credit acceptance in their more than 650 clubs across the U.S. and Puerto Rico,” said Ramón Martín, senior vice president, merchant solutions, Visa Inc. “Whether in person or online, our goal is to ensure payments are fast, easy and secure for cardholders everywhere they wish to shop.”

Sam’s Club has 656 clubs in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.

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