By Nicole Paitsel

Daily Press

9:45 a.m. EDT, October 4, 2013
Sam's Club announced Thursday that it would waive shopping fees for anyone who has a military I.D. in response to the government shutdown.

Throughout the duration of the shutdown, members of the military and their families can shop at Sam's Club without paying for a membership or paying the 10 percent convenience fee for non-members.

Military shoppers must show their valid military I.D.s to be issued a pass. The passes will be issued for one day at a time until the shutdown is over.