Walmart's warehouse club chain, Sam’s Club, have finally expanded their services amid the coronavirus pandemic. The announced today that they have launched curbside pickup nationwide. All 597 stores across the United States will be offering this service by the end of June.

Up until this point, Sam's Club had been piloting curbside pickup in 16 locations. The test saw such positive results right away. Plus with the COVID-19 crisis forced a lot of shoppers to start shopping online, so the company expedited the roll out to more locations.

The way to use the service is simple. According to Tech Crunch, Sam's Club members are to order online or on the app and only look for items that are labeled "Pick up in club." You then select a pickup time. The process is the same as Walmart's. When you arrive to pick up your items, there will be designated spots to park in. Then an employee will come to your car and hand you your items. The best part about this, is that it is completely free.

“While free Curbside Pickup is a new Plus member benefit, we recognize all of our members are looking for contact-free shopping options as part of the current environment,” said Lance de la Rosa, chief operating officer, Sam’s Club, in a statement about the launch. “Because of that, we are going to temporarily make the service available for every member and do what we can to help them get the products they need, when and how they want them.


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