Begun by small businessman-turned-entrepreneur Sam Walton in 1983 with one store aimed at helping other small businessmen get deals by buying in bulk, Sam's Club has grown into a popular warehouse store. Today, its 650-plus locations are aimed at helping anyone find bargains on everything from toilet paper to TVs.
But not everything in Sam's Club is a good deal. Some of Sam's offers should be, well, left to Sam.
GOBankingRates asked a group of top savings experts to sniff out the best deals at Sam's Club -- and the worst.
Click through to find out how to get the most bang for your buck.
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