Sam's Club logs into online travel business

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Sam’s Club, the warehouse division of Wal-Mart Stores Inc., has launched Sam’s Club Travel, an online travel website for its members.

The site is a partnership with Tourico Holidays, a wholesale travel services company. Sam’s Club says it offers savings on 4,500 destinations worldwide, 90,000 hotels and 6,000+ attractions in 800 cities, as well as discounts on airlines, car rentals and cruise lines.

“Adding best-in-class travel savings to the portfolio of Sam’s Club membership benefits reinforces our commitment to be the most valuable card in our members’ wallets,” said Seong Ohm, senior vice president of merchandise business services at Sam’s Club.

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