Sam’s Club Credit
- Apply for the new and improved Sam’s Club MasterCard
- Customer who already have the card can manage credit cards online, request a credit line increase, pay a bill, view recent activity or contact Synchrony
The Sam’s Club card offers bonuses in a 5/3/1 format… 5% cash back on gas purchases, 3% back on travel/dining out and 1% cash back on all other qualifying purchases.
From the Sam’s Club Credit website:
“Sam’s Club MasterCard cardholders are eligible to earn cash back rewards on purchases made with their Sam’s Club MasterCard account. Rewards apply to net card purchases (minus returns). Rewards percentages depend on the type of purchase made (5% for gas purchases at U.S. and Puerto Rico Sam’s Club and Walmart fuel stations, and at Gas Stations located in the U.S. and Puerto Rico (but excluding purchases at fuel stations at wholesale clubs (other than Sam’s Club), certain supercenters, and supermarkets), for up to the first $6,000 in gas purchases each year and 1% thereafter; 3% for dining and travel purchases (excluding purchases at wholesale clubs other than Sam’s Club) and 1% for all other Eligible Purchases).” – Sam’s Club MasterCard is issued by Synchrony Bank
Sam’s Club Credit MasterCard Notes
- The card holder is not allowed to earn more than $5000 in cash back per year
- New card holders will receive a $20 Sam’s Club credit upon opening a new account
- To qualify for the $20 credit bonus customers are required to spend at least $50 at Sam’s Club on one visit the same day the account is opened
- Any questions about the Sam’s Club credit card can be directed to (800) 964-1917 or Sam’s Club Credit, P.O. Box 965004 Orlando, FL 32896-5004
Sam’s Club Corporate Profile
- Owned and operated by Wal-Mart
- Top 10 US retailer
- Founded in 1983
Sam’s caters to consumers who like to save a few dollars through buying in bulk. For example a pack of 50 pork steaks will always be cheaper than buying 3 pork steaks and this is what Sam’s takes advantage of. Buying selling products in bulk they attract the penny pinching consumer who has a lot of food storage space.