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Sam’s Club Passport Photos—All You Need to Know
Sam’s Club used to be a popular place to get cheap passport photos. Unfortunately, their photo centers closed around 2020.
This means you can no longer have your photos taken in-store. But you can still print them there.
Read on to learn everything about the still available Sam’s Club passport photo services and how to conveniently get your biometric photos.
Passport photos at Sam’s Club—service information
Although Sam’s Club no longer offers passport photos in-store, their service still lets you submit your passport photos online and get them printed at a convenient location of your choice.
How to print my passport photo at Sam’s Club?
To get a passport photo at Sam’s Club, you need a digital version of a passport photo that’s suitable for printing.
The simplest and safest way to get compliant US passport pictures is to use our AI-enhanced photo booth app (or web software) and then order prints at Sam’s Club online.
Here’s how to do it:
- Take a photo with your smartphone or a digital camera. Remember about proper lighting (daylight) to avoid shadows and ensure all your facial features are fully visible.
- Upload a photo via our app or website. It’ll take 3 minutes to get a digital photo and a passport photo template to your inbox. If you wish to submit your passport application online, you don’t need to print passport pictures, you can use a digital photo.
Use the digital image to order photo prints at Sam’s Club. Upload your passport photo template through the Sam’s Club website. There, choose the 4x6-inch photo print size. Note that you’ll need an active Sam’s Club membership to order printed photos.
Pro tip: Not sure how to take a compliant passport picture? Check out passport photo requirements defined by the US State Department.
How much does it cost to take a passport photo at Sam’s Club?
You can no longer take photos at Sam’s Club, but you can print them. If you decide to get your passport photo prints through Sam’s Club, we compiled all the information on pricing, shipping costs, and delivery times below.
- Sam’s Club passport photo cost: $0.19 for a printable 4x6-inch template with a matte finish (no glossy finish available)
- Plus Club Membership delivery fee: free ground shipping (3–5 days)
Remember that you can create your 4x6 template with Passport Photo Online. Want to save some time, cut the middleman—Sam’s Club, in this case—and get your compliant passport pictures in one go?
We’ve got you covered!
Experience Passport Photo Online’s ease-of-use and acceptance guarantee. Get the best photo for your travel document using our desktop software or your smartphone—download our Passport Photo Booth App for iOS or Passport Photo Maker App for Android, or simply snap a photo with your phone or camera and upload it by using the button at the top of this page!
How does our photo tool work?
Take or upload photo
Take a photo or upload one from your mobile gallery. Follow our guidelines to meet all the requirements.
Get your photo verified
Let AI fine-tune your photo. Order your picture, and have it verified by an expert to ensure 100% compliance.
Enjoy your photo
Download your digital photo instantly, or have your printouts delivered to your doorstep for free!
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