Costco members are usually asked to show their membership cards at the door.
They said that if you ever forget your membership card on a Costco run, bring your ID to the membership desk in order to snag a replacement.
Can I buy at Costco without my card?
With a Costco cash card, any non-member can show the card to get in the door and use it to make a purchase. The trick with the Costco cash card is that it can be purchased by a member only.
Can you shop at Costco as a guest?
Go as a guest
Here’s another option for folks who want to shop at a Costco club but won’t do so often. Costco allows members to bring up to two guests every time they visit a club. Only members can purchase items, but you could offer to pay back the member you accompany for anything you pick out.
What happens if you forget your Sam’s Club card?
- What to do:
- You may report a lost or stolen card immediately by calling or visiting any club, or contact Member Services at (888) 746-7726.
- What to know:
- Once a Membership card has been reported as lost or stolen, the card can no longer be used.
Can you use someone else’s Costco card?
The Costco membership card is non-transferable, but there are several ways to share the experience with family and friends. Anyone with a card can bring up to two guests to the Warehouse during each visit. That way they’ll also get the benefits of a Costco membership. To add someone, sign in and head to “My Account.”
Can you go to Costco food court without a card?
A Costco membership is required to get in the door and into the food court at many Costco locations. Yet if you live in a warmer climate where the food court is outside the store, food can be purchased without membership. Costco is known for serving pizza, hot dogs, and other morsels for less than $5.
What happens if you lose your Costco card?
Simply head to the Membership counter of your nearest Costco warehouse. Let them know you lost your card. They’ll then change your Membership number which will protect you from anyone else using your lost card. Don’t worry!