Look, Sam's Club and Costco are both great. Sam's Club has just shy of 600 stores in the U.S., while Costco has 572. Sam's Club membership fees are $50 annually for Club members and $110 for Plus members.
Costco certainly hasn't been immune to inflation. Now Costco has the option to offset some of its higher costs by raising its membership fees -- something it hasn't done since mid-2017. On a recent earnings call, the warehouse club giant specifically said that it would not immediately be raising membership costs.
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