Sam’s Club Offers New Southern Style Chicken Sandwich And New Southern Style Waffle Fries


Perhaps drawing inspiration from two of Chick-fil-A’s best-selling menu items, Sam’s Club launches a new Southern Style Chicken Sandwich and Southern Style Waffle Fries.

The Southern Style Chicken Sandwich comes with a lightly breaded chicken breast fillet with rib meat sandwiched between two soft buns. Pickles not included.

Sam’s Club’s new Waffle Fries feature waffle-cut fries made from 100 percent real potatoes. They have no artificial flavors and contain 0 grams of trans fat, according to the product’s label.

The Southern Chicken Style is similar to J.R.’s Southern Style Chicken Sandwiches, which feature a seasoned boneless breast of breaded chicken on a savory homestyle bun. However, the new sandwiches and fries are produced by Member’s Mark, so they’ll probably gain more traction because of the additional exposure generated by media coverage.

The Member’s Mark Southern Style sandwiches come in a 10-pack for $15.98 (so each one costs $1.60), while the Waffle Fries carry a suggested price of just $4.98 for a four pound pack.

Both products are available now at participating Sam’s Club stores nationwide.

Member’s Mark Southern Style Chicken Sandwich Nutrition Facts

  • 470 calories
  • 150 calories from fat
  • 17 grams of fat
  • 3 grams of saturated fat
  • 1230 milligrams of sodium
  • 55 grams of carbs
  • 10 grams of sugar
  • 23 grams of protein

Member’s Mark Southern Style Waffle Fries (84g) Nutrition Facts

  • 160 calories
  • 60 calories from fat
  • 7 grams of fat
  • 2 grams of saturated fat
  • 280 milligrams of sodium
  • 22 grams of carbs
  • 2 grams of fiber
  • 2 grams of protein


  1. You failed to mention if these Sams Club sandwiches are cooked in Peanut Oil like their Chic Filet counterparts. No one seems to be asking this question. Does Sams Club have a good sandwich that rivals the flavor of Chic Filet without being cooked in peanut oil. I would think many people, like myself, that are allergic to peanuts would love to know. Thanks, J.R. In GA.


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