Last week, it was announced that Costco is taking Polish Hot Dogs off of their food court menu to make room for healthier items like acai bowls, salads, and other items.
The internet was not happy about this announcement, so Sam's Club stepped it up and announced that they will start selling Polish hot dogs in their food court starting July 23rd.
While 200 cafés already sell the dish, a representative for Sam’s Club tells PEOPLE in a statement they wanted to expand their reach to “make sure people everywhere can get their Polish dog fix at a great value.”
They also said that you don’t have to be a loyalty member in order to dine in one of their cafés.
If you're wondering what makes a Polish hot dog different than a regular all-beef dog, it's that an all-beef dog is made with a spice blend with a more prominent garlic flavor profile and a courser ground to deliver a “more sausage-like experience.”
The best part about Sam's Club selling Polish dogs is that it's only 99 cents!!
Are you going to Sam's Club to get your Polish hot dog fix?