People have a serious thing for Polish hot dogs. Fans were outraged when Costco removed the hot dogs from its food court menu as part of a transition to healthier offerings, but Sam’s Club just might solve everyone’s problems. Sam’s Club announced it will offer Polish hot dogs at all of its locations beginning on July 23, and you don’t even have to be a member to eat at the cafe.
“Let them eat Polish dogs” – Marie Samstoinette, probably. Polish dogs will be available at all Sam’s Club cafes starting July 23 for only $0.99! 🌭🌭🌭 pic.twitter.com/gyX9QtW0eH
– Sam’s Club (@SamsClub) July 12, 2018
The quarter-pound hot dog in a steamed bun costs just 99 cents, and customers can top it with sauerkraut, ketchup, mustard, relish, and/or onions. While about 200 Sam’s Club locations have already carried the item, this is the first time the beloved hot dog will be available everywhere. Pass it on to your Costco-loving friends!