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I’ve heard it said that variety is the spice of life, and if that’s the case, the seasoning aisle at Sam’s Club is giving me SERIOUS life lately. At least for my spice rack. Did we need a shaker full of Girl Scouts Thin Mints seasoning? Why, yes we did. My hot chocolate has never tasted better. Texas Roadhouse Rattlesnake Seasoning for my homemade jalapeño poppers? Sign. Me. Up.
And the best part — Sam’s Club prices on these trendy spices are actually just as drool-worthy as the flavors. To get to that conclusion, I compared the price per ounce for the seasonings that aren’t Sam’s Club exclusives (like the Thin Mints cookie dust). The math showed me that I’m saving 34% to 57% by shopping for these spices at Sam’s Club versus Walmart or Amazon.
Wanna see for yourself? Here’s what Sam’s Club has going on in the spice department.
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Latest Sam’s Club Seasoning Deals:
1. Sam’s Club now has the Girl Scouts Thin Mints Seasoning Blend marked down to $3.91.
This little baby launched exclusively at Sam’s Club beginning in late February for $5.98 — meaning you couldn’t find the Girl Scouts Thin Mints Seasoning Blend at that low of a price anywhere else. But now they’re priced even lower — just $3.91! I did see some third-party sellers on Walmart.com offering it for $12.50 a bottle, but let’s not fall for those bad deals.
It’s a mix of dark cocoa, mint flavor, and fine cookie crumbles and tastes great sprinkled on ice cream, cupcakes, hot chocolate, and even oatmeal. Some Sam’s Club shoppers have reported it’s out of stock at their local store, but you can still order it online.
2. They have the biggest selection of Kinder’s all-natural seasonings and rubs.
Sam’s Club members always rave about the huge selection of Kinder’s seasonings at Sam’s, with many more to choose from than at Walmart or even Costco. You can put these spices on vegetables, meats, eggs — you name it.
For popular flavors like Kinder’s Buttery Steakhouse Rub and Seasoning, it definitely pays to buy it at Sam’s Club. The price is 36% cheaper per ounce at Sam’s Club than the price at Walmart.
3. You can get Texas Roadhouse Rattlesnake Seasoning for only $5.98 at Sam’s Club.
Don’t buy Texas Roadhouse Rattlesnake Seasoning from third-party sellers on Walmart.com who mark up the price. You can get it for less than $6 a shaker at Sam’s Club.
Inspired by the Rattlesnake Bites appetizer at Texas Roadhouse, this seasoning is a spicy mix of cayenne and bell peppers, garlic, and cheddar cheese. You can mix it into mayo or sour cream to eat it as a dip, or sprinkle it on top of chicken wings, veggies, or jalapeno poppers.
Related: Save on your next meal out with the Texas Roadhouse Early Dine menu.
4. They have their own Bang Bang Sweet & Spicy and Nashville Hot Chicken seasoning.
Generic store brands — like the Member’s Mark brand at Sam’s Club — are usually a better deal than the national brands. And that’s certainly the case with these Member’s Mark spices, which are a steal at just $3.98 a shaker.
The Bang Bang Sweet & Spicy Seasoning adds a medium amount of heat with garlic, soy sauce, red pepper, paprika, and cayenne flavors. They say it’s a “limited-time offering,” but we’ve seen it around since September 2022. And their Nashville Hot Chicken Seasoning has spicy paprika and cayenne flavors, with a zip of vinegar and a touch of brown sugar.
5. Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cinnadust is 49% cheaper at Sam’s Club vs. Walmart.
This Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cinnadust Seasoning Blend mixes cinnamon, caramel, vanilla, and graham cracker flavors and goes well on toast or even as a mix-in for butter.
When you’re comparing store prices for items like these (where the size of the container may vary), it’s always important to compare the price per ounce. The Cinnadust Seasoning Blend is 49% cheaper per ounce at Sam’s Club ($0.43/ounce) versus the price per ounce at Walmart ($0.85/ounce).
6. Tabitha Brown’s Sunshine Seasoning costs 55% less at Sam’s Club than at Walmart.
This Caribbean-inspired spice has a “limited time” note on its Sam’s Club product listing, so we’re not quite sure how long it’ll stick around. It’s salt-free and has a mix of garlic, ginger, pineapple, and mango flavors.
Some people in the Sam’s Club Facebook group I follow mention that the mango-citrus flavor can be a little strong. But if you end up not liking it, remember that you’re covered by the Sam’s Club return policy, even once it’s opened.
7. Pay 57% less for Snickers seasoning blend at Sam’s Club.
Again, it’s a matter of comparing the prices per ounce to figure out which spices are cheaper at Sam’s Club than elsewhere. The Snickers Shakers Seasoning Blend (with cocoa, peanut, and caramel flavors) is 57% cheaper at Sam’s Club than what you’ll find on Amazon.
8. Pay 48% less for Hidden Valley Ranch Seasoning at Sam’s Club vs. Walmart.
By all means, stock up on Hidden Valley Ranch Seasoning for your dips, wings, fries, and popcorn (heck yes). But do your shopping at Sam’s Club instead of in the Walmart spice aisle. Sam’s has it for 48% less when you compare the price per ounce.
9. Sam’s Club has Everything Bagel Seasoning for 34% cheaper than Walmart.
Hooked on everything bagel seasoning? You can find it for 34% cheaper at Sam’s Club vs. Walmart when you buy the Einstein Bros. Bagels brand. It comes in at $0.53/ounce at Sam’s Club compared to $0.80/ounce at Walmart.
And you know that “Everything But the Bagel Sesame Seasoning Blend” from Trader Joe’s that everyone raves about? It comes out to $0.87 per ounce at Trader Joe’s — a lot more than this alternative at Sam’s Club.