Sam’s Club adds Polish dogs to the menu after Costco removes them

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Days after Costo announced they're no longer selling their popular Polish dogs at food courts, Sam's Club is taking full advantage of the backlash.

Sam's Club will start serving Polish hot dogs on July 23 for $0.99!

Costo removed the dog to make room for healthier options, but customer will still be able to buy it in bulk away from the food court.

According to TODAY, Sam's Club's Polish dog addition was a direct response to Costco's removal.

Two-hundred Sam's Club locations already sell the hot dogs, but now they're offering them at all locations.

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