7 Sam’s Club Food Items That Are a Waste of Money

Too Sweet Cereals

Avoid the large cartons of excessively sweet children's cereals such as Apple Jacks and Froot Loops at Sam's Club. 

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Banana Boat Sunscreen

$16.68 - 93 cents per ounce - is the cost of a 3-pack of 6-ounce spray cans. 

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Member’s Mark Jelly

Top national brands like Smucker's and Welch's have superior quality and flavor than their store-brand jelly.

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Frozen Chicken Tacos

Don't bother with Sam's Club frozen chicken tacos; customers frequently complain about their flavor being bland.

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Member’s Mark Peanut Butter

Steer clear of the large 48-ounce jars of Member's Mark peanut butter as they are prone to spoil before you can use them up.

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Poor Quality Store-Brand Cream Cheese 

Brick-sized 3-pound boxes of Member's Mark cream cheese, which most households find difficult to finish before it goes bad.

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Forgettable Store-Bakery Cakes

Your next party shouldn't be centered around a sheet cake from Sam's Club bakery. 

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