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10 Things to Splurge on at Costco and Sam's Club

Cheapism Logo By Raechel Conover of Cheapism | Slide 1 of 11: People tend to join Costco or Sam’s Club to save money on bulk sizes of products they would be buying anyway. But many warehouse club shoppers repeatedly find themselves splurging on something out of the ordinary, maybe justifying the purchase by telling themselves it’s a deal. Costco, in particular, is known for its <a href="http://www.fastcompany.com/3025312/dialed/the-choreography-of-design-treasure-hunts-and-hot-dogs-that-have-made-costco-so-succe">treasure hunt" strategy</a> of tempting customers with a constant rotation of nonessential items around every corner. Still, many of those purchases could be considered worthy, given warehouse club savings. Here are 10 things consumers don't have to feel too guilty about putting in their oversize carts.<br><br><strong>Related:</strong><a href="http://www.cheapism.com/blog/4293/most-expensive-costco-items">21 Surprisingly Expensive Products From Costco</a>

THE URGE TO SPLURGE

People tend to join Costco or Sam’s Club to save money on bulk sizes of products they would be buying anyway. But many warehouse club shoppers repeatedly find themselves splurging on something out of the ordinary, maybe justifying the purchase by telling themselves it’s a deal. Costco, in particular, is known for its treasure hunt" strategy of tempting customers with a constant rotation of nonessential items around every corner. Still, many of those purchases could be considered worthy, given warehouse club savings. Here are 10 things consumers don't have to feel too guilty about putting in their oversize carts.
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