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Sam's Club is Back With 2 New Copycat Chick-fil-A Favorites


Last year Sam's Club came for faux Chick-Fil-A nuggets. And this year, the big box store is taking over the rest of the menu with their new Member's Mark Southern Style Chicken Sandwich and Member's Mark Southern Style Waffle Fries. Do I smell a bit of a friendly rivalry cooking?

Introducing Sam's Club's Southern Style Chicken Sandwiches

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Sam's Club members are already going crazy for them and we can see why. The new Member's Mark Southern Style Chicken Sandwich tastes just like Member's Mark Southern Style Chicken Bites but cooked in a larger size to slap on a bun. The breaded fried chicken sandwich features a hint of dill with a soft buttery bun for only $1.60 per sandwich, which is nothing compared to what you would pay at the drive-thru. And it's easy to make too! Simply open one end of the package, place it in the microwave, and set the timer for 90 seconds. You'll be eating your sandwich before you even have time to say, "My pleasure."

But what's a copycat Chick-fil-A chicken breast sandwich without waffle fries? Crispy and served up just like at your favorite fast-food chain, these Member's Mark Southern Style Waffle Fries are made with Grade A potatoes and are ready in under 30 minutes in the oven or 15 minutes in the air fryer. Talk about getting dinner on the table quick.


And let's not forget the white meat chicken nuggets that started it all: Member's Mark Southern Style Chicken Bites. Pick up all three (plus grape soda grapes) the next time you find yourself at the club. The Southern Style sandwiches sell as a 10-pack for $15.98 and the waffle fries are available as a 4-pound bag for only $4.98. You can purchase the new chicken sandwich and fries in-store or online.

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This post was originally written on August 7, 2019

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