- What is a Costco household card?
- Can anyone in a household use a Costco card?
- How can I get a free Costco household card?
- Do Costco members have to live in same household?
- Can Costco see your picture?
- Does Costco really check your ID?
- Can you use food stamps at Costco?
In addition to their own membership card, Primary members (and Affiliate members on Business memberships) receive one free Household Card they can assign to someone over the age of 18 who lives at the same address.
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. Keep in mind that purchasing items is exclusive to Costco members.
Primary and Affiliate members receive one free Household card for anyone over the age of 18 and living at the same address (“Household”). Household cardholders will be asked to present proof that they live at the same address as either the Primary or Affiliate member.
Primary and Affiliate Members receive one free Household Card for anyone over the age of 18 and living at the same address. Household Cardholders will be asked to present proof that they live at the same address as either the Primary or Affiliate Member. Limit one Executive Membership per household or business.
Yes they check at the checkout. They’ve also caught two different overcharges on two different occasions checking my receipt at the door. They do a good job. Everytime I’ve checked out at Costco, the cashier has ALWAYS looked at the photo on the card, then looked at me.
They may also look at the card itself. it’s a membership club so they are expected to check IDs. You don’t have to use the card now, there’s a phone app that shows your face and membership details.
All our warehouse locations accept EBT cards. Costco adheres to all state laws regarding what can be purchased with EBT cards. For a complete list of products that qualify for purchase with the EBT card, please contact your state agency.