Walmart Sam's Club members will also be able to trade health services starting next month.
Sam's Club is partnering with several health care companies to offer discounts on daily care that customers may delay or skip due to costs.
Services will be available to members in Michigan, Pennsylvania and North Carolina in October.
Customers will be able to purchase one of four bundles of healthcare services that range in annual fees from $ 50 for individuals to $ 240 for a family of up to six members
The pilot program can potentially be rolled out to members in all states, says Lori Flees, senior vice president for Sam's Club Health and Wellness.
Relocation comes as health care spending puts a strain on the budgets of many families and individuals, even those who have coverage.
Sam's Club emphasized that the new initiative is not a health insurance plan, but a discussion t health program that can supplement insurance and cut down on pocket costs.
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Sam's Club says the program is designed to accommodate members ̵
The Associated Press contributed to this article.