4. Start with a Tour
A great way to get to know a big city is with a bus tour. This allows you to see many hot spots and note what you want to explore later. Another inexpensive option is a walking tour led by a local guide, who can offer tips on where to eat and what to see. Sam’s Club Travel offers tours in all major cities.
5. Learn from Industry Insiders
You may know that people often pay more to travel to a destination during its high season. Problem is, you may not know when, exactly, that is. If you’re not wedded to traveling during a particular week, call a Sam’s Club Travel representative and ask which days of the year will cost you the least.
6. Earn Cash on Charges
Before you travel, consider applying for the 5-3-1 Sam’s Club Mastercard. This card offers cash back: 5% on fuel, 3% on dining and travel, and 1% on all other purchases (including souvenirs!)—up to $5,000 annually. It also uses new chip technology that makes it tougher for criminals to steal your credit card information.
7. Get the Inside Scoop
Love to read other travelers’ experiences? You’ll find TripAdvisor reviews right on the Sam’s Club Travel website. This saves you time: no more searching on other websites for valuable feedback and tips.
By the Numbers: Sam’s Club Travel
A quick look at the perks you’ll find on SamsClub.com/Travel:
- 15% - 50% off hotel rooms
- Up to 15% off cruises
- Up to 25% off tours, attractions, activities and transfers
- Up to 10% off rental cars
Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in and was adapted from Strive, the magazine for Sam’s Club associates.
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