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Costco Vs. Sam's Club

So I get a lot of questions from friends who want to know about the club memberships that we belong to.  Costco members are curious about Sam's Club and Sam's Club members are curious about Costco.  Since I have a membership to both, I am here to set the record straight and tell the truth about both clubs.  The pros and cons of each and why we have both.


Sam's Club is where we buy most of our normal everyday groceries.  Why?  Because where else can you get fresh baked french bread by the case for about 50 cents a piece and bake them as needed?  I have tried Costco bread and I am not a fan.

The produce is fresher at Sam's as well.  This might just be our Sam's club, but the bananas that are $1.29 for 4 pounds is so fresh they are completely green.  They smell like they just came out of the truck from Honduras or what ever South American country they came from.  Costco has bananas as well, but they always seem to be a week old and slightly ripe and rather small.  Now they might be organic, but that just means they used poop on it instead of chemicals.  Don't hate me, but I rather eat large healthy looking bananas that are clean, genetically engineered for the best size and taste and completely pest free instead of some small wrinkled sad ripe banana that looks like they were kept in a small cage in the sun for 2 weeks.

We buy our milk at Sam's rather than Costco as well.  The milk and price seems to be the same, but Costco in their brilliant awesome cost savings ways have changed their milk carton into a large rectangular boxy piece of crap that pours like a fire hose.  If you have never seen this, you will want to try it out.  It has an opening the size of a baseball.  When you pour it, you have to do it over the sink or have a funnel ready.  I am sure you can get used to it, but I don't really want to because Sam's club has regular milk cartons.  I read that Costco saves a ton of money on shipping and packaging on these new cartons...great.  Tell it to someone who cares.  I thought you were here to save me time and money, not make my life harder.  Also, the cost savings don't go to the customers, it goes to the company.  Milk is not any cheaper at Costco than at Sam's.

I hate to admit this, but we eat at Sam's about once a week.  Yes, total crap food, but it tastes good and it is cheap.  Four hot dog combos is $6 plus tax.  Plus a gourmet pretzel with butter is $1.  Yes, I did say gourmet, they just got them in.  We have eaten at Costco before of course, and they have very similar items, but take note, the hot dogs at Sam's are Nathan's and Costco serves some sort of off brand ass dog that is mostly asses and very little lips.  If you ever have them one after another, and I have taken that taste test challenge, you will never eat a Costco ass dog again if you can get a Sam's hot dog.  Maybe the ass dog at Costco is not so bad, just that the hot dog at Sam's is so much better.

The hours of Costco and Sam's club are really close, but here's the secret.  If you are a business member or plus member, you get to go to Sam's club at 7am.  There is NOBODY there.  Just you and all the free danish and fresh fruit you can eat when you enter.  Yes, they offer you coffee and free food in the mornings.  Costco on the other hand does not have extra hours.  In fact, they have crowds of people lining the doors waiting to get in at 9.30am.  Doors open at 10am.  I really hate the crowds at Costco.  One thing Costco does that makes me really mad.  They let people line up 10 or 20 deep and they still have closed registers.  I feel like I am at a food bank hoping to get my weekly allowance of rice.  Costco uses 2 people to check you out.  What the fuck?  That is completely unnecessary.  One guy scans while the other pushes your crap to your cart.  This system sucks.  At Sam's, if there is more than 3 people on line, they open a new register immediately.  They have people pile out of no where, like they are hiding people in the back just for this very reason.  It might be a store by store experience, but this is just my experience in my area.  Apparently our Sam's Club wins awards for the best Sam's Club in the country every year, so my experience might be slightly biased.


After reading this, you might ask, why the fuck do you have a Costco membership?  Here is the reason.  They have better stuff.  Yes, they have better stuff.  Better electronics, better clothing, and better cellphones.  That is another secret, if you have a cell plan with AT&T, Verizon or T-mobile, you can get your upgrade phones much cheaper than the company stores.  Basically for free sometimes.  Costco has monthly coupons and many times they will discount the hot new phone for free.  Costco also has much better stuff during the holidays.  They have a much better selection of toys.  Also, the rumor is that Costco treats their employees very well with great benefits and pay.  Well, you know what?  I don't care.  I don't work there, and I don't work at Sam's.  I shop there.  If they paid them so well, maybe they can open a few more registers when it is busy.

I am an executive member at Costco and get my 2% back.  I also have the Plus membership at Sam's Club to get my 2% back, both have coupons - so it is a wash again.  Both will refund you the difference if you don't make enough to cover your extra in fees.  Both have discounted gas.  Same price for both.  Not all Sam's and Costco offers gas, but both of ours do.

One thing, Costco has a good return policy.  The only thing that sucks is when you wait in that long line and finally get up to return your item, the people who work the returns always look at you like you are stealing from them.  No, I didn't like this thing.  It works, it just sucks and I want my money back.  That's why I want to return it.  They never like to hear that.

At Sam's, they don't even bat an eye when you want to return stuff.  It's probably because they get people returning all the time.  At Costco, all the employees act like they are doing you a favor by checking you out or helping you out.  I'm sorry...I thought you were here to HELP me. 

So there you have it, Costco Vs. Sam's.  We go to Sam's about 20 times more than Costco.  Some have said that it is like Target Vs. Walmart.  Costco seems to be higher quality, and Sam's seems to have the quantity.  With one exception...hot dogs.

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  1. We don't have a Costco here (although I think they're contemplating building one in one of the high-crime neighborhoods) but I can promise you the Sam's Clubs around here will happily let people line up from the registers to the meat department (complete back of the store) before they'll even toy with the idea of opening another register. Very frustrating. But I totally agree about the hot dogs. I don't eat hot dogs...but I'll go to Sam's just for a hot dog combo!

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  2. Wow! Thanks for the review but we don't have a Costco in our little city - but I've always wondered. Now, next time I am up for renewal - I will do it as a buisness rather than an Individual. I only buy canned, named brand (except for the paper towels) and cleaning items from Sams. I have issue with the pink slime meat and Lord knows about their produce. (Our Sam's produce sometimes looks good most times - not.) Hubs, since you are all about saving the penny, since we started eating organic meats - fewer colds in our family. Seriously! Which if you compare the costs of doctor visits and OTC and Perscription Meds might just end up saving! I'm just sayin'...it also tastes so much better.

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  3. My husband would go to SAMs every day for that HD combo if I let him. We do not have a Costco, but I would not trade our SAMs for anything. Great product, good service and 20lbs blocks of cheese!!! What's not to love?!?

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  4. Agh...I disagree! I'm a CostCo girl, and for 4-1/2 yrs I've lived where the closest CostCo is 3 hours away. I'm in Sam's Club country. And it sucks! I REALLY have to watch the date on any meats I buy because they frequently sell stuff that is within a day or two of the day, or even expired! Same goes with cheeses. I've returned molded cheese to them before that was clearly out of date. Granted, it's probably just my local Sam's Club, but it blows. My SIL was kind enough to give me the extra card on her CostCo membership, so whenever we are traveling and pass one, we stop. It's so much better! I'm with the pp, they have 20 registers and only 2, maybe 3, are ever open and people are lined up.

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  5. This is very interesting to me, because for just about every line item our experience is the exact reverse as yours is. The lines fifty people deep and no one opening another lane? Sam's. The stale-ish fruit? Sam's. The food deals? Costco. (And by the way, they used to serve Hebrew National, but HN couldn't keep up with the demand! Now they serve Kirkland brand hot dogs, but they're still 100% beef and pretty tasty. And we can even get saurkraut.)

    And the customer service? OUTSTANDING at our local Costco, while they couldn't give a rat's ass about customer service -- or possibly even spell "customer" -- at our local Sam's.

    As for people lining up at 9:30, well, that crowd disperses pretty quickly once the doors are open. So no, we don't get to shop at 7, but it's never been a problem. I suppose points to Sam's on that one. But on the other hand, we have the premium Costco membership -- and I'd rather get my money back at the end of the year than shop at 7am.

    Now the wacky milk jugs? Yeah, they're strange, but not all Costcos have them. So there's no telling on that thing.

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    1. Costco is so much better. I too have a Sams and Costco. Sams is 10min away, so we do our emergency shopping there. Twice a week though we go to Costco and fill up. Love Costco!!!

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  6. Costco is higher end. It is more like Walmart vs. Macy's. It depends on the store you go to, one Costco has terrible service the one I go to is fantastic. Sam's Club in my area is not a place I would join again.

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  7. You need to get a BJs card. The benefit of having that membership is that you cn pretty much bring up "BJ" in every conversation. Therefore giving your wife constant hints. That what my husband tries to do. Doesn't really work but he likes doing it anyway.

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    1. We used to have all three, Costco, Sam's and BJ's. BJ's did not get enough business so they closed. Sam's is always packed with long lines but Costco is getting nearly as bad. With the exception of milk and bread, I would take Costco any day though part of that my be due to less traffic in the area near to Costco. Either one can have green bananas or yellow bananas, haven't seen much difference. Sticking with Costco.

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  8. First time reading your blog, you are almost as funny as your wife ;-) but seriously, I've been curious about Sam's for a while now, so I appreciate this review. Luckily my Costco has earlier hours for executive members so score 1 for them, but no free food in the a.m ( which would help tame the savages while I shop) so score 1 for Sam's, my kids are freaks and don't like hot dogs so the only things we purchase for immediate consumption at Costco are the pizza (yum!!!), chirro's and smoothies, score 2 for Costco. Milk, nuff said score 2 for Sam's. As for fruits/veggies we are all about the organics, we prefer not to eat chemicals and all that jazz;-) I appreciate your arguments on that one, but score 3 for Costco with great prices on organic foods...however the fresh bread at Sam's evens it out with score 3 for them. The lines at my Costco are never more than 3 deep unless it is Christmas time so that puts Costco over the edge with 4...however, .thanks to you I now need a Sam's membership as well, now I need to spend some time figuring out how to explain this to the hubby! You have a new follower, looking forward to perusing your blog.

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  9. Good post! I agree that costco does have better stuff, WAY better stuff. I've never been too impressed with the sam's produce in my area (eastern, tn)...

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  10. I know it is completely out of your way, but you would have a better experience at the Costco downtown. You may feel like you need a conceal and carry permit to go to that area of town, but it is a much better experience and rarely crowded. Both the stores in JOCO bite. It may be because one of the big profit centers for Costco is the sale of wine and spirits and Kansas laws do not allow that. I find green banannas at the one downtown, maybe because most of the local people are only there for booze and they pass on anything with nutrition. I have been to the Costco on 95th when they are so busy there is not a single parking place, or cart. That one is the worst.

    I went to Costco and Sams when I had babies in diapers. The way the check out lines are set up at Costco requires you to send the cart....with your infant or toddler... on one side, while you go on the other. That is the worst design. You should always be in reach of kids that small. I wonder how many toddlers have fallen out.

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    1. Um, I don't care what their policy is, I ALWAYS stayed on the side with my child in the cart. Sure, they said something sometimes, but one Mommy stare and they left me alone. Why would any parent put their child's safety at risk because a cashier told them to??????

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    2. I have NEVER been told to move to the other side when I have my daughter in the cart. I always go thru the back with her, and they cashier usually always turns the card machine around so I can use it on that side. Accomodating!

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  11. Couldn't agree more. I live in AZ and where there is a Sam's Club, a Costco is close by. The ones I go to, the two clubs are less then half a mile apart.

    Sam's carries a better grocery selection for the 2.2 kids consumer, whereas Costco is geared toward the larger families and businesses.

    But you did forget to mention, Costco has a much better return policy then Sam's. Where else can you buy something, and return it after a year(or more) when it breaks.

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  12. Here in Austin, TX Costco is KING on so many levels: service, produce, meets, you name it. Plus the gas is cheaper there than anywhere else within a large radius. I am not someone who eats at the food court of the store, but I do have fun with the samples :D Between Costco and my local grocery chain (HEB), we have it made.

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    1. I used to live in Texas...I have also lived an Alabama, Georgia, and Kansas...HEB rocks. There is nothing like it anywhere.

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    2. Costco in Austin rocks! HEB does too! We do have it made. SAM's Club...not a fan at all.

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  13. I too have a Costco & a SAMs membership and Costco kicks their butt hands down!
    Costco has great produce (even the fresh bananas you love), fabulous meats (I don't buy meats at a reg grocery store anymore), better prices, and the best customer service anywhere! I even buy their crazy milk jugs 2-3 gallons at a time!
    The only thing I find I like better at SAMs is they have a larger selection of frozen foods.
    The best part about my Costco membership is its FREE! Yes free! I'm an executive member so I get 2% of my purchases back a year, so it more then covers the membership cost, haven't paid for a membership in years!!! SAMs membership was a gift to us and I'm not sure it's worth the $ to renew.
    As far as the hot dogs, they are so good we buy the same ones to make at home! And the register, they have 2 people to speed up check out so they pack your cart for you! And when it's really busy they have a person go through the lines and scan your items in the cart so you don't have to take anything out! Just scan your card and pay!
    As far as having a baby in the cart, I stay right with my kids, they never make me go on the other side away from them.
    So we are and will stay a total Costco family! And let's not even mention our BJ's store!! Yuck!

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  14. Enjoyed your post, but you forgot to mention the low gas prices (not every Costco has a gas station, so yours may not). It's at least 10 cents a gallon cheaper than any other gas station around, so I try to fill up whenever I am near Costco, even if I'm not shopping that day.

    Also, liquor! Wine and beer are cheaper at Costco (we don't drink the hard stuff). Do they sell liquor at Sam's club? Bet they don't have the high end stuff, though...

    The hot dogs at Costco are great, 100 % beef! I'd be curious to see what Sam's hot dogs taste like, though.

    I was just at WalMart and bought a fresh, unbaked ;pizza, and I have to say that it didn't compare to Costco's; about half the amount of cheese! I'm assuming that Sam's would be the same.

    I always wondered why people would have both memberships, especially since Costco and Sam's are usually not both in the same town. Thanks for the info!

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  15. Does Sam's Club sell caskets? Because Costco does. I'm pretty sure that puts them a notch above.

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    1. Only if you're dead.Besides they're not allowed to sell them in TN-some wacky law.If I want a casket from Costco,I'll just have to make do with one of their refrigerator boxes,lol.

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  16. I live near both a Costco and a Sam's and have both memberships. I used to have the higher memberships for each too, but returned to the basic for Sam's because to me, the higher membership wasn't worth it. At Costco, you get coupons even as a basic member, at Sam's, only with the upgraded membership and the coupons are fewer and suckier. Sam's also did NOT offer me any refund on the additional cost of membership if I didn't make it back with the 2% (Costco did). Also, Sam's customer service is absolutely horrible, and the sales people are super pushy about upgrading or getting a discover card. It's annoying. I mostly go to Costco, I only go to Sam's for a few things that Costco doesn't carry and because it's connected to the Walmart, so out of convenience sometimes (since I'm already at Walmart -- there's no Target nearby). Our Sam's does not have gas either. I fill up at Costco gas and nowhere else. But, it's true about Costco being insanely crowded, I can't go alone. I need my hubs to man the cart because he is a more aggressive driver, while I run and get things. The 2-person checkout system at Costco seems efficient to me when you have a lot of heavy things like beverages that they let you leave on the cart. At Sam's they want everything on the belt, even if it's huge, and then the little filipino girl at the register has to manhandle it to scan it, it's ridiculous. I don't eat at either place much, but I do love the frozen yogurt at Costco, better than TCBY! In my book, Costco wins by a long shot.
    -Leia

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  17. The only thing that bothers me about CostCo is that if I take a non-member with me, they are not allowed to pay for the goods. I never had that problem at Sam's and didn't used to have that problem at CostCo...

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    1. Why should a non-member get to shop when others are paying for that luxury? If you refer your friend to sign up at Costco, you both get a $10 cash card.

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  18. Im a costco girl all the way, I have shopped at both and I just like the quality better. And plus I like the Hot dog and pop for $1.50 cant beat it. And there Chirro's love them, and there Pizza Yumm......

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  19. We do costco but have done Sams years ago. I find Costco has more organic choices. I will say that if you prefer gentically modified food, it clear you or your loved ones have never had cancer, as have I. No GMO for us.

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  20. I wouldn't dare dump chemical shit into my children's bodies so we don't buy food at either place, but we get tampons and toilet paper at Costco. Way better quality of items you don't consume

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    1. What chemicals? They have a broad selection of organics. I love their fruit and veggies.

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  21. Costco isn't in a convenient location, so we have a Sam's membership. However, we won't be renewing it - we got the membership because their meat was a consistent quality and a good price. We have a smoker and they had the best prices on pork butt and babyback ribs. Then... the last two times that we've gone, we opened up the vacuum-packed ribs to find that they were RANCID. So - with the meat out, there's no reason to have a membership anymore.

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  22. This is the first time I have read your blog, although I read your wife's fairly regularly. I have to say, reading this was disappointing. Just because you don't work at a particular business doesn't mean you shouldn't care how that company treats it's employees. We should all care, and show you care with your wallet. That's really ther only language Walmart/ Sam's Club understands anyway. If anyone you know or love has had a manufacturing job outsourced over-seas, you can thank Walmart. They started the trend by strong arming manufacturers to drop their prices. Dirt cheap foreign labor was the only way that could be accomplished. Walmart/ Sam's Club also forces their employees to do the work of three or four people, in unsafe conditions. The employees do it because jobs are hard to come by, and they have families to feed & bills to pay. They hire almost exclusively part-time workers on order to not provide them health insurance. I am not speaking from conjecture, but personal experience. My family has decided that Walmart/ Sam's Club no longer deserves a dime of our hard earned money. Please just think about that, and what a difference we can all make if we all choose to be a little more civic-minded with our purchasing power. Also, I'll take the organic produce grown with shit than the produce grown with neurotoxin (shown to cause Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's, ADHD, etc) pestcides. I don't mean to be all preachy & obnoxious, I just want people to be better informed.

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    1. Walmart is the Devil

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  23. Costco's diapers (Kirkland brand) are awesome and Sam's Club's diapers are horrible. We go to Costco for diapers and get other things while there. If Sam's had great diapers, we'd probably do our shopping there. (I would miss Costco's amazing churros, though!).
    And yes, we use disposable diapers. Gasp!

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  24. Hey, Hubs--Yep, CostCo just has better stuff. I've even bought clothes and purses there and I just wouldn't do that at Sam's. Trouble is, Sam's is close by and CostCo, much further out and in a high end area, so it's always jammed with rich peeps looking for deals. My kid wants the Sam's card back just for the frozen cokes--do they still have those? And don't both places let you in without a card, if you're just eating? By my reading you did mention the return policy AND the gas prices, didn't you? SO, why are people saying you forgot? Also, what is HEB?

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  25. You didn't mention the meat - Costco's is better by far. I cancelled my Sam's Club membership because of the lousy customer service, and the fact that I can get much of the same stuff at Walmart. I always liked BJ's because they took coupons, but once my son was out of diapers and off formula it became much less of an issue. Plus I hated most of their store brand (Berkley and Jensen) items.

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  26. you forgot to mention how angrivating it is that costco doesn't take visa or mastercard. grrrrr.

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  27. Costco dogs are Hebrew National not an off brand. That's all i have to say, oh and it doesn't matter as long as I can get toilet paper by the bulk

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    1. Costco used to have Hebrew National, and they were great. Now they serve ass dogs. I eat a lot of hot dogs, I would know.

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  28. I kept my kids with me, but it was an unnecessary design error. It then creates problems loading your items back in the cart. My kids are old enough that I'd be happy to send them on the back side with the clerk, but I don't think that would be appreciated any more. I still notice people with small kids sending their kids on the other side in the cart. It is just bad design.

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  29. I didn't realize this was the man of the house writing this until I was done....BWAHAHAHA! Yes...I am that slow... It didn't seem weird at all to me. You must be meant for each other!

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  30. Our Sams club also switched to the box gallons of milk and they were RIDICULOUS! I stopped buying my milk there because I couldn't pour the stupid thing. I happened to glance over and saw that they have gone back to the regular gallons now- thank goodness. I've never been to a Costco but I'll have to check it out (minus the ass dogs). THanks!

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  31. In Atlanta, Costco totally kicks Sam's ass!
    http://juliasmath.com/an-ode-to-costco/

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  32. Haha, I'm a total Costco girl. I love them to death, and I love their Kosher hot dogs 10x better than Sam's Crap's dogs. Lol. I only have a membership to Costco, but my mom has a membership to both and likes them both for different reasons. I venture over to the dark side with her every once in a while, when I feel like getting my the over-sized Walmart fix. ;)

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  33. My husband is in the military and we currently live in Anchorage. We have a Costco membership even though it's just the two of us because food here is expensive and we, like everyone, want the most bang for our buck. They have 2 Costcos and 2 Sam's here, just in Anchorage. The customer service at Sam's is known to be horrible here and, after experiencing it with a friend, I decided Costco was the way to go.

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  34. We also have a membership to both and we hate Sam's with a passion. The food is not fresher at Sam's here, it is disgusting. We have been there once since my hubby bought the damn membership and I told him to get his money back before I kick him out of the house. Sam's is just gross on all levels. We don't shop at Walmart either. of course, we're rich so we don't have to (that was sarcasm).

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  35. At some point in the last decade, I have belonged to Sam's, Costco, and BJs and BJs is the only membership we've kept. I would never again belong to a Sam's club. Dirty, horrible customer service and entirely too crowded. I LOVED Costco, but they did not carry Pampers when I needed them, so we had to give them the boot. BJs wins hands down.... Awesome customer service, really yummy snackbar food, great selection on everything, and self-checkout (this is where they really win out over Sam's). I don't think we'll ever defect to another warehouse store.

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  36. Clearly you need 4 very small children to appreciate the Costco milk jugs. When you have 4 jugs in your fridge at any given time, it pays to have them be square because they fit closer together. Just saying . . .

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  37. I live in Raleigh NC.. have both memberships, shop both for different things...

    Convenience- Sam's has more Triangle locations and has a new one in Morrisville with a WalMart adjoining for the stuff that you don't get at Sam's

    Electronics- Costco... check out the Costco True Earnings AmEx deal, it includes an additional year warranty on HDTV's etc purchased using the card, plus Costco's 90 day no questions return policy is wonderful as previouly mentioned

    Clothes- Sam's seems to have better deals.. but I'm not the pickiest when it comes to fashion.

    Meat- overall Sam's, but I always check out the Prime cuts at Costco to see if they're on sale.. the 90% ground chuck at Sam's is excellent, imo..big packs of sirloin or Boston butts to feed a crowd seem cheaper at Sam's also

    Gas- Costco... the 3% rebate with the Costco Amex seals the deal

    Coffee- Costco... the whole bean French Roast and Guyana are Starbuck's quality at about half the cost.. nice greasy rich beans,,

    Cleaning supplies- Sam's... great deals on janitorial size stuff that's as good as the name brands at the grocery store

    Wine and beer- Costco... the deal on two Lindeman Charonnays or the case price on Sierra Nevada Pale Ale keep me coming back

    Vitamins- both beat the fire out of all other sources for price and quality

    LP- Costco... the tank refill deal at the Costco on Wake Forest Rd is great.... you get what you pay for vs the Blue Rhino type tank exchange deals where the tank you receive doesn;t weem to weigh much more than the one you turned in... you gotta be in shape to carry a Costco filled tank to the car! Sams doesn't choose to compete on this here.

    Tires- I've bought at Sam's in the past but the last few years I've always been able to get better deals elsewhere...
    Overall, I get tires mostly from Discount Tire.. their road hazard warranty has saved me several times as I have a house full of girls that ten to drive up on curbs and hit objects on the road

    Paper products.. a tossup, I think WalMart house brands, or grocery store specials deliver as much bang for the buck

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  38. Costco hot dogs are SO MUCH BETTER than those teensy gross Nathan's ones. Blech. But BJs has kielbasa dogs, which are even better.

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  39. You really struck a nerve mentioning Costco's idiotic new milk carton. They made it worse by adding a pull-tab opening and a flimsy flip up cap that usually breaks off. The worst part: I can't drink straight from the carton anymore. THAT ALONE is enough to make me switch to Sams Club.

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  40. Sam's has no organic food. Costco has plenty. There are 2 Sam's club where I live, and zero Costco's. The nearest Costco is 240 miles away, so we have a membership to neither. I heard they are going to open a 3rd Sam's Club here just to keep Costco out... awesome.

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