Sam's Club is opening its own version of Amazon Go with no cashiers or registers

Hayley Peterson
  • Walmart-owned Sam's Club is opening its own version of Amazon Go next month. It's called Sam's Club Now and is located in Dallas.

  • The store has no registers, checkout lines, or cashiers. Customers must scan and pay for items using the Sam's Club Now app.

  • The app saves customers' shopping lists, helps them navigate the store, and automatically eliminates scanned items from their lists as they shop.


Sam's Club is opening a futuristic new store in Dallas, Texas, without registers, checkout lines, or cashiers.

The store, called Sam's Club Now, is about a quarter the size of a regular Sam's Club warehouse and will serve as a testing ground for new technologies, including self-service returns, digital price tags, and Scan & Go, which lets shoppers check out using a smartphone.

"This club is going to be unlike any other club we have in our portfolio," Sam's Club president and CEO John Furner said on a call with reporters.

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