Sam's Club Has a Copycat Chick Fil-A Sandwich and We Reviewed It
Sam’s Club now has their own version of the Chick-Fil-A Chicken Sandwich, complete with a bun, but missing the pickles. The Sam's Club version is ten frozen chicken sandwiches for $10, which means that it's a lot cheaper than picking up chicken from the drive-through. You can also snag a four pound bag of waffle fries for $5, which means that a family meal with tthe same basic components of Chick-Fil-A would come in at under $20.
But does the Sam's Club version actually hold up to the fast food staple? Nicole tries it out and sees how it compares to the real thing. The first thing she notes is that unlike the Chick-Fil-A version, Sam's Club's chicken sandwiches have a lot more visible dill. And the bun looks different, and heartier, because it needs to stand up to being frozen and microwaved again. Will the pickle flavor be a little heavy, like in the Sam's Club dupe for Chick-Fil-A nuggets?