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Sam's Club
than 2% growth since 2010. Its major competitors are Costco Wholesale and BJ's Wholesale Club. As of April 30, 2019[update], Sam's Club operates 599 membership

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Sam's West Inc.Sam's Club logo as of 2006Trading nameSam's ClubTypeSubsidiaryIndustryRetailer local warehouse clubFoundedApril 7, 1983; 36 years ago (1983-04-07)
Midwest City, Oklahoma, U.S.FounderSam WaltonHeadquartersBentonville, Arkansas, U.S.Number of locations599 U.S. (as of April 30, 2019[update])[1][2]Areas servedUnited States
Puerto RicoKey peopleJohn Furner (CEO)ProductsElectronics, Office, Home, Furniture, Auto, Patio and Garden Supplies, Children's accessories, Grocery, Pet Supplies, Health and Beauty, Jewelry, Toys, and Sporting Goods.ParentWalmart

Sam's West, Inc. (doing business as Sam's Club) is an American chain of membership-only retail warehouse clubs owned and operated by Walmart Inc., founded in 1983 and named after Walmart founder Sam Walton. As of 2012[update], Sam's Club chain serves 47 million U.S. (including Puerto Rico) members and is the 8th largest U.S. retailer.[3] As of January 31, 2019[update], Sam's Club ranks second in sales volume among warehouse clubs with $57.839 billion in sales[4][5] (in fiscal year 2019) behind rival Costco Wholesale.

Sam's Club had sales of $57.157 billion in FY 2014.[6] It reported a 0.3% sales increase in 2014, 4.1% in 2013, and 8.4% sales increase in 2012. This is significantly higher growth than Walmart U.S. stores, which have not had higher than 2% growth since 2010.[6]

Its major competitors are Costco Wholesale and BJ's Wholesale Club.

As of April 30, 2019[update], Sam's Club operates 599 membership warehouse clubs in 44 U.S. states and Puerto Rico.[1][2] Alaska (all three locations in that state closed in 2018 as part of a plan to close 63 clubs), Massachusetts (its last remaining location in that state, located in Worcester, closed in 2018 as part of a plan to close 63 clubs), Oregon, Rhode Island (the state's only location, located in Warwick, closed in 2016 as part of a plan to close 269 stores globally, including four U.S. clubs), Vermont, and Washington (all three locations in that state closed in 2018 as part of a plan to close 63 clubs) are the only states where Sam's Club does not operate, as is the case for the District of Columbia. Walmart International also operates Sam's Club stores in Mexico and China. It has 163 locations in Mexico,[1] and 23 in China.[1]. Walmart Brazil, which was de-consolidated from Walmart in August 2018, also operates Sam's Clubs in Brazil. Locations generally range in size from 34,000–168,000 sq ft (3,200–15,600 m2), with an average club size of approximately 134,000 sq ft (12,400 m2).[5]

There were also Sam's Club locations in Canada, six located in Ontario, in which the last location closed in 2009.[7]

On January 11, 2018, Sam’s Club announced the permanent closure of select stores. In a number of cases, employees showed up to work and found the doors locked and a notice saying that the store would be soon liquidated.[8][9][10] Walmart eventually told Business Insider that 63 Sam’s Club stores would begin liquidating across the country, including in Arizona, California, Illinois, New York, Ohio and Texas.[11]

According to Business Insider, the Sam's Club closings and plans to convert some stores into e-commerce fulfillment centers as announced in January 2018 are part of Walmart's growing commitment to online retailing that will allow it to better compete with its rival Amazon.[12]

  • 1 History
  • 2 Design
  • 3 Sam's Business Center
  • 4 Other retail formats
  • 5 Membership
  • 6 Payment options and store credit products
    • 6.1 Payment options
    • 6.2 Sam's Club credit
  • 7 See also
  • 8 References
  • 9 External links
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The first Sam's Club opened on April 7, 1983, in Midwest City, Oklahoma in the United States.[13]

In 1987, Sam's Club made its first acquisition by purchasing West Monroe, Louisiana-based SuperSaver Wholesale Warehouse Club;[14] the purchase expanded the chain by 24 locations. The stores were owned by Alton Howard and his son John.

In 1989, Sam's Club entered New Jersey with a club in Delran in a former Two Guys/Jefferson Ward store. This was Walmart's first expansion into the Northeast. The first Walmart discount store (now expanded into a Supercenter) in New Jersey opened in 1991 in Turnersville. The company entered the Pennsylvania market in 1990.

In 1993, Walmart acquired PACE Membership Warehouse from Kmart and converted many (but not all) PACE locations into Sam's Clubs.

Sam's Club entered the Canadian market in Ontario in 2003.[15]

The latest flagship club opening as of September 13, 2007[update], was in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The largest Sam's Club is located in Pineville, North Carolina with 185,000 sq ft (17,200 m2) of retail space that was formerly an Incredible Universe.[citation needed]

On September 24, 2006, Sam's Club received a new logo. The new logo has an updated serif font and features a green and blue diamond inside the big blue diamond found above the word 'Sam's'.

Sam's Club's previous slogan was "We Are In Business For Small Business" until 2006; the decision to remove the slogan comes as Sam's Club attempts to remove itself from serving just small businesses and open up to more individual customers.

In December 2007, Sam's Club launched a new slogan, "Enjoy the Possibilities". Since then it became an official advertising slogan, mentioned in television and radio advertisements, but it is not mentioned on its website. As of January 2008[update], the "Enjoy the Possibilities" slogan was no longer in use. Sam's Club launched their latest slogan "Savings Made Simple" in the fourth quarter of 2009.

Starting in April 2007, there was speculation of a possible sale or spinoff of Sam's Club from parent company Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.[16][17] At Walmart's 2007 annual shareholder's meeting in June, management said that Sam's Club is not for sale, although they did not say they are not considering a spinoff.

On February 26, 2009, Walmart Canada announced that it would be closing all six of its Canadian Sam's Club locations.[18][19][20] This was part of Walmart Canada's decision to shift focus towards supercentres, but some industry observers suggested that the operation was struggling in competition with Costco and the non-membership The Real Canadian Superstore (known as Maxi & Cie in Quebec), that had a well-established history in the country. Sam's Club also rebranded the two as yet unopened locations as new Walmart Supercentres.

In January 2010, it was announced that ten clubs would be closing, including four in California. At the same time, Sam's opened six new clubs at various locations in the United States.[21]

On January 24, 2010, it was announced that approximately 11,200 Sam's Club employees would be laid off. The layoffs resulted from the decision to outsource product sampling duties to an outside company (Rogers, Arkansas-based Shopper Events, which already performs in-store product demonstrations for Walmart) and to eliminate New Business Membership Representative positions throughout the chain. Most of the laid-off employees were part-time and represented about 10% of the total Sam's Club workforce.

Rosalind Brewer was named as the new CEO for Sam's Club, a change that came into effect on February 1, 2012.[22]

On January 24, 2014, it was announced that Walmart will cut 2,300 jobs at the underperforming Sam's Club locations.[23]

On February 1, 2017, John Furner replaced Brewer as CEO of Sam's Club.[24]

On January 11, 2018, Walmart announced that 63 Sam's Club locations in cities including Memphis, Houston, Seattle, and others would be closing. Some of the stores had already liquidated, without notifying employees; some employees learned by a company-wide email delivered January 11. All of the 63 stores were gone from the Sam's Club website as of the morning of January 11. Walmart said that ten of the stores will become e-commerce distribution centers and employees can reapply to work at those locations. Business Insider magazine calculated that over 11,000 workers will be affected.[25][26] On the same day, Walmart announced that as a result of the new tax law, it would be raising Walmart starting wages, distributing bonuses, expanding its leave policies and contributing toward the cost of employees' adoptions. Doug McMillon, Walmart's CEO, said, "We are early in the stages of assessing the opportunities tax reform creates for us to invest in our customers and associates and to further strengthen our business, all of which should benefit our shareholders."[27]

Design A Sam's Club store in Maplewood, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis, Missouri. A Sam's Club store in Madison, Mississippi, a suburb of Jackson, Mississippi A Sam's Club store in Ciudad Lerdo, Durango, Mexico. A Sam's Club store in Suzhou, China.

Like other warehouse clubs, Sam's Club sells most of its merchandise in bulk and directly off pallets. The clubs are arranged much like warehouses, with merchandise stocked in warehouse-style steel bins. Products sold include jewelry, designer goods, sunglasses, crystal and collectibles, electronics, floral, apparel, food, and meats. Most locations have Pharmacy, Tire and Battery, Photo, Bakery, Optical, Café and Floral departments. Sam's Club markets items under the private labels Simply Right, Member's Mark, Bakers & Chefs, Daily Chef, and Sam's Club — including products by Richelieu Foods,[28] a private label manufacturer of frozen pizza, salad dressing, sauces, marinades, condiments and deli salads. Sam's Club does not sell the Sam's Choice or Great Value brands that are available in Walmart stores. However, Sam's Club is changing some of the Member's Mark items to the name Simply Right. The Member's Mark Deli products are also changing names to Artisan Fresh.

Sam's Business Center

Sam's Club opened their first Business Center in Houston, Texas, in August 2008. Converted from an existing Sam's location, the Business Center is similar in concept to Costco's Business Centers.

In January 2010, the company announced it would be closing its Business Center, along with nine other clubs across the United States.[29]

Other retail formats

In Houston, Sam's Club opened Más Club in August 2009,[30] a club geared towards the Hispanic population. Membership in Más Club was separate from membership in Sam's Club. The store eventually began a liquidation sale in December 2013, and was closed in February 2014.

In October 2018, Sam's Club opened [31] Sam's Club Now, a "mobile-first" retail store where customers use the Sam's Club Now mobile app to scan and pay for merchandise. Customers can also order items ahead of time with same-day curbside pickup at the store. The Sam's Club Now store is located in Dallas, TX.


Membership is required to purchase at Sam's Club (except at the cafe, eye exams in optical, and pharmacy where federal law prohibits sales of prescription drugs to members only, as well as liquor and gasoline in some states); however, a one-time 60-day pass may be obtained from many Walmart newspaper ads. A 10% surcharge is added (except where forbidden by local laws, such as in Elmsford, NY, CA, SC) to the prices for non-members, except for pharmacy, cafe, or alcohol items where available. All memberships fees are 100% guaranteed at any point of time in the membership tenure.

Renewal of memberships can be done via the internet, through the mail, in-club at the Membership Services desk, any cash register, and also at new ATM/Membership kiosks (the latter only available in select locations).

In the United States, Sam's Club memberships are divided into two categories: Sam's Club and Sam's Plus, each with an annual fee. Sam's Plus is the most comprehensive membership plan, that includes Cash Rewards, extra savings in Pharmacy and Optical centers, and free shipping on items purchased from their website.[32]

Payment options and store credit products A Sam's Club store in California. Some Sam's Club stores in the U.S. include gas stations Shelves of a Sam's Club store in Suzhou, China Payment options

Sam's Club locations, as well as their online storefront, accept Sam's Club (online and in-store) and Walmart credit cards (in-store only), Discover Card, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, debit cards (PIN-based, except MasterCard and Discover, which also can be signature-based), Walmart and Sam's Club gift cards, cash, or checks.[33] As of March 2009[update], EBT SNAP benefits are accepted in-store.[34] In the past, Visa credit cards were not accepted, except at gas stations because of the high processing fees compared with Walmart's discounted rates with MasterCard.[35]

In 2016, Sam's Club rolled out a mobile application that allows users to scan items while they shop and pay for them, skipping the checkout line.[36] As of December 2016[update], the app can be used at all locations in the United States.

Sam's Club credit

Sam's Club offers store credit lines to individuals and businesses linked to the member's membership card. As of June 2014, Sam's Club discontinued offering the Sam's Discover card and now offers a Sam's Club MasterCard or Sam's Club Consumer Card that can be used at Sam's Club. Both cards are issued by Synchrony Bank and the Sam's Club MasterCard is accepted anywhere MasterCard is accepted worldwide. Sam's Club MasterCard offers a cash back program of 5% (Up to $6,000 a year then 1% thereafter) on gasoline, 3% on dining and travel and 1% on all other purchases. Sam's Club is also the first merchant in the United States to offer EMV (Europay/MasterCard/Visa) chip-enabled cards.

See also
  • BJ's Wholesale Club – competitor in eastern US
  • Costco Wholesale – national US competitor
  • Más Club
  • Walmart Inc. – owner
  • Warehouse club
  • Arkansas portal
  • Companies portal
  • Business and economics portal
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Miniature Fairy Garden Welcome Fairy Walkway
Miniature Fairy Garden Welcome Fairy Walkway
The walkway measures 1.75" wide x 6.75" long

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Vornado MD1-0002 Replacement Humidifier Wick (2-Pack)
Vornado MD1-0002 Replacement Humidifier Wick (2-Pack)
Vornado MD1-0002 Replacement Humidifier Wick (2-Pack)

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Cuisinart GR-4N 5-in-1 Griddler, Silver, Black Dials
Cuisinart GR-4N 5-in-1 Griddler, Silver, Black Dials
Compact in size but big in features, Cuisinart's countertop Griddler offers five-in-one functionality as a contact grill, panini press, full grill, full griddle and half grill/half griddle. The stylish brushed stainless-steel housing looks sleek and modern in the kitchen and features a wide panini-style handle and a hinged floating cover that adjusts to various food thicknesses. On the base, two temperature controls and a function selector are clearly marked and have indicator lights for quick reference and accurate, no-guesswork operation. Open the cover and customize the cooking surface with removable and reversible nonstick grill and griddle plates that snap in and out easily and drain grease to an integrated drip tray for healthier cooking. The Griddler also comes with gourmet recipes and a cleaning scraper tool. The cooking plates, drip tray and scraper all go safely into the dishwasher. Limited three-year warranty. The Cuisinart Griddler is actually five appliances in one. A hinged, floating cover and one set of removable and reversible cooking plates turn the Griddler into a contact grill, panini press, full grill, full griddle, or half grill/half griddle. Dual temperature controls and indicator lights make this product easy to use. Dishwasher-safe plates, integrated drip tray and a cleaning/scraping tool make cleanup fast and easy. Parts & Features Base and Cover: Solid construction with stainless steel self-adjusting cover Panini-Style Handle: Sturdy cast-metal handle adjusts cover to accommodate thickness of food Removable and Reversible Cooking Plates: Nonstick and dishwasher safe for easy cleanup Grill Side: Perfect for grilling steak, burgers, chicken and vegetables Griddle Side: Prepare flawless pancakes, eggs, bacon and seared scallops Controls: Indicator lights signal Power On and Ready to Cook Selector: Choose the Grill/Panini or Griddle function Grill/Panini: Adjust temperature from “warm” to “sear” Griddle: Adjust temperature form 200°F to 425°F Drip Tray: Collects grease and removes from base for easy cleanup (dishwasher safe) Cleaning/Scraping Tool: Helps clean grill and griddle plates after cooking Plate Release Buttons: Push in to release and remove cooking plates Hinge Release Lever: Allows the cover to extend back for cooking in the flat position Cleaning and Care Once you have finished cooking, turn the selector dial control to the Off position and unplug the power cord from the wall outlet. Allow the unit to cool down for least 30 minutes before handling. Use the cleaning/scraping tool to remove any leftover food from the cooking plate. The scraping tool can be washed by hand or in the dishwasher. Dispose of grease from the drip tray once cooled. The drip tray can be cleaned by hand or in the dishwasher. Press the plate release buttons to remove plates from the housing. Be sure that the plates have cooled completely before handling (at least 30 minutes). The cooking plates can be washed in the dishwasher. The housing base, cover and control knobs can be wiped clean with a soft, dry cloth. For tough stains, dampen cloth. The Griddler's Many Uses Contact Grill Use the Griddler as a contact grill to cook burgers, boneless pieces of meat and thin cuts of meat and vegetables. The contact grill function works best when you want to cook something in a short amount of time or when you are looking for a healthy method of grilling. When cooked on the contact grill, food will cook quickly because you are grilling both sides of the food at the same time. The ribs on the grill side of the plates, combined with the grease spout at the rear of the plate, allow the grease to drip from the meat and drain off the plates. When the Griddler is used as a contact grill, the grill side of plates is recommended. Rest the cover evenly on top of the food until it has reached the desired cooked temperature. The Griddler was designed with a unique handle and hinge that allow the cover to adjust to the thickness of the food. You can easily grill anything from a thinly sliced potato to a thick sirloin steak with even results. When cooking more than one food item in the contact grill, it is important that the thickness of food items is consistent so the cover will close evenly on the food. Panini Press Use the Griddler as a panini press to grill sandwiches, breads and quesadillas. The sandwich is pressed between two grill or griddle plates to toast the bread and warm the sandwich. We recommend using fresh-baked bread to produce the best tasting panini. When the Griddler is used as a panini press, the grill side of the plates is recommended. We recommend the grill side of the plates because traditional style panini sandwiches have grill marks on the bread. However, depending upon the type of sandwich you are preparing, you may wish to use the griddle side of the plates or any combination of the two. The Griddler functions as a panini press in the same manner that it functions as a contact grill. The Griddler was designed with a unique handle and hinge that allow the cover to adjust to the thickness of the sandwich you are preparing and to rest there evenly. Light pressure can be applied to the handle to press and heat the sandwich to your liking. Full Grill Use the Griddler as a full grill to cook burgers, steak, poultry (we do not recommend cooking bone-in chicken, since it does not cook evenly on a full grill), fish and vegetables. Full grill refers to using the Griddler with the cover lying flat, creating a double, flat cooking surface. In this position, the foods you are grilling will have to be turned over for cooking. When the Griddler is used as a full grill, the grill side of the plates should be used. Cooking on the full grill is the most versatile method of using the Griddler. With the full grill, you have double the surface area (200 square Inch) for grilling. You have the option of cooking different types of foods on separate plates without combining their flavors, or cooking large amounts of the same type of food. The full grill also accommodates different cuts of meats with varying thickness, allowing you to cook each piece to your liking. Full Griddle Use the Griddle as a full griddle to cook pancakes, eggs, French toast, hash browns and breakfast meats. When you use the Griddler as a full griddle, open the cover so it lies flat, creating a double, flat cooking surface. In this position, the foods you are preparing will have to be turned over for cooking. When using this cooking function, the griddle side of the plates should be used. Cooking on the full griddle is a wonderful way to prepare breakfast for two or for a large family. The large surface area allows you to cook a variety of different foods at the same time, or large amounts of your favorite food. Half Grill/Half Griddle Use the Griddler as a half grill/half griddle in order to create full meals like bacon and eggs or steak and potatoes at the same time. When using the Griddler as a half grill/half griddle, simply place the unit in the flat position and insert one plate with the grill side facing up and another plate with the griddle side facing up. This cooking option allows you to use either the grill/panini temperature or the griddle temperature selector. To Insert Cooking Plates Adjust the Griddler to the flat position with the controls directly in front of you. Insert one plate at a time. Each plate is designed to fit in either the upper housing or the lower housing of the Griddler. If you are facing the Griddler, the drip spout should be at the rear of the plate. Locate the metal brackets at the center of the housing. Tilt the back end of the plate and line up the cutouts at the back of the plate with metal brackets. Slide the plate underneath the brackets and push down the front end of the plate. It will snap into place. Turn the Griddler around and insert the second plate on either its grill or griddle side into the upper housing as you did with the first plate. Bringing the Good Life Home Cuisinart products are designed to make life delicious all day long. Specialty items, like the Griddler, offer today’s consumers a variety of menu options and fun and easy new ways to entertain family and friends. Cuisinart first came into home kitchens over 30 years ago when it introduced the now legendary food processor. People discovered that routines could be broken and creative cooking quickly became part of the new lifestyle. Preparing fresh ingredients with products that offered easy and interesting new techniques meant healthier meals and more free time. Today Cuisinart develops products to make every meal memorable. From breakfast toast and coffee to elegant five- course dinners, the preparation and cooking have become a pleasurable part of the total experience. Today’s relaxed lifestyles and the convenience of Cuisinart products make it easier than ever to Savor the Good Life, right at home with family and friends.

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Cadbury 14 Chocolate Tree Decorations 144G (Wholesale Grocery Item For Christmas) (Case Of 2)
Cadbury 14 Chocolate Tree Decorations 144G (Wholesale Grocery Item For Christmas) (Case Of 2)
14 delicious Cadbury milk chocolate and caramel tree decorations. Unwrap the joy of Christmas this year with Cadbury By Appointment to H.M. The Queen Cocoa and Chocolate Manufacturers Cadbury UK Ltd., Bournville. Box Contents: 4 x Caramel Bell Tree Decorations, 10 x Milk Chocolate Tree Decorations. By Appointment to H.M. The Queen Cocoa and Chocolate Manufacturers Cadbury UK Ltd., Bournville. 14 delicious Cadbury milk chocolate and milk chocolate with caramel tree decorations, The perfect finishing touch to your Christmas Tree!, Suitable for vegetarians

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Dickies Work Gear 57080 Black 5-Pocket Single Side Apron
Dickies Work Gear 57080 Black 5-Pocket Single Side Apron
Whether you’re a master craftsman or proud do-it-yourselfer, you’ll always be able to rely on the Dickies Work Gear 57080 5-Pocket Single Side Tool Pouch / Work Apron. Constructed of heavy-duty black canvas, this side apron features a single pouch with two large pockets that keep your tools easily within reach. With the addition of a plier-type pocket, two additional pockets for small hand tools and a webbing tool loop, this side apron has just enough features to keep you satisfied. The strong webbing belt has a durable, high-impact plastic buckle, and adjusts from 32 inches to 52 inches in length.Designed with functionality in mind, every Dickies Tool Bag is crafted of heavy-duty materials and equipped with features to help you work smarter. Each bag, pouch, belt, or rig is built to last. With reinforced pockets and tool loops, durable webbed straps, and an assortment of pockets to store every tool in the garage, these tough bags are meant to hold up to the harshest of environments. Whether you're a painter, carpenter, builder or weekend warrior, there's a Dickies Tool Bag out there made to keep you at the top of your game.

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Twinings of London Earl Grey Tea K-Cups for Keurig, 24 Count
Twinings of London Earl Grey Tea K-Cups for Keurig, 24 Count
Twinings Teas View larger Twinings Earl Grey 24-count Kcups Twinings Teas For over 300 years, Twinings has been sourcing and blending the world’s finest teas. Our expert blenders source only leaves cultivated to our exacting standards by trusted growers around the world. Twinings is a founding member of The Ethical Tea Partnership (ETP). The ETP works to ensure fair living and working conditions on member tea estates. To make our wide range of blends, we work with suppliers that share our high standards with regard to quality and service, as well as our ethical values. So you can be sure that Twinings Teas have been produced in a socially responsible way while you sip a great tasting cup of tea. Twinings Black Teas Sometimes, having a go-to tea isn’t a bad thing. Our black teas offer distinctive, full-bodied tastes and inviting aromas that are instantly comforting. Whether you prefer them pure or with a hint of fresh flavour, these teas are perfectly balanced for waking up, winding down and all the in-between moods and moments of your day. From traditional blends you love to new flavours you’ll crave, our black teas are your bold way to play favourites. Twinings Earl Grey Kcups Twinings Earl Grey is a fine black tea expertly blended with the citrus fruit flavour of bergamot to deliver an uplifting tea with a unique floral aroma and refreshing taste. When you’re rushing out the door or just too busy for the kettle, you can still enjoy the same fresh taste, flavour and aroma of the Twinings blends you love with the convenience of your Keurig brewing system. With more than 15 varieties of black, herbal, green, chai and iced teas blended to our highest standards, there’s a K-Cup Pack available to fit your every mood. Twinings Other Offerings: Few things taste fresher than a cup of green tea. Pure and natural yet complex and enticing, our green tea blends have a smooth, subtle flavour that complements their light body. Whatever flavour puts you at ease, we’ve created blends with only 100% natural herbal and fruit ingredients to keep every sip delightfully fresh. Don’t tell—herbal teas aren’t technically teas at all. But our infusions of the finest herbs, fruits and high-quality spices come together to create a variety of delicious, distinctive blends. When you’re looking to complement an everyday moment or special occasion, give one of our mouthwatering, naturally caffeine-free varieties a try. From sweet to spiced and everything in between, they’re just the thing to relax, refresh, soothe, comfort—every new taste is an adventure. Some occasions call for immediate refreshment. We’ve expertly blended our black and green cold brewed iced teas to give you a convenient way to enjoy the mouthwatering teas you love without the wait. It only takes a few minutes to brew your favourites in cold water—no kettle required. So whether you’re in the mood for English Classic or a splash of orchard-fresh Peach, you can enjoy refreshing moments throughout your day with a cold glass in hand. Twinings has perfected the art of delivering a refreshing glass of iced tea in less than a minute. Iced tea K-Cup Packs are convenient, easy to make and full of flavour. Brew over ice and cool off the summer heat with four delicious unsweetened black tea flavours: Pure Black, Mixed Berries, Citrus Splash and Pomegranate Raspberry

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Worx Aerocart Multifunction 2-Wheeled Yard Cart, Dolly, and Wheelbarrow with Flat Free Tires - WG050
Worx Aerocart Multifunction 2-Wheeled Yard Cart, Dolly, and Wheelbarrow with Flat Free Tires - WG050
The WORX Aerocart is a multipurpose wheelbarrow and yard cart with the adaptability to convert into a dolly and perform several other uses. The Aerocart has features such as oversized, flat-free tires, fold-out extension arms and durable all-steel construction. The extension arms are used with various innovative accessories to carry flower pots, mulch bags, straw bales and other large, awkward items. In fact, the various accessories and attachments allow the Aerocart to perform the tasks of 8 unique carts: wheelbarrow, hand truck, cylinder holder, potted plant mover, rock lifter, bag holder, trailer mover and extended dolly. The Aerocart has a 300-lb weight capacity and a tub capacity of approximately 3 cubic feet, ideal for moving loads of wood, rocks, bricks, dirt or anything else you may need to haul. The Aerocart weighs around 48 lbs and it’s sturdy enough to tackle most yard jobs you can throw at it. The extension arms can handle loads up to 80 lbs., ideal for moving plants, rocks and other landscaping items. The patented two-wheel design easily adjust its center of gravity making heavy loads more manageable – the Aerocart makes a 200-lb load feel like 17 lbs, so it’s easy on your back and other joints. You’ll get more done in less time.

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Bodum Brazil French Press Coffee Maker, 34 Ounce, 1 Liter, (8 Cup), Black
Bodum Brazil French Press Coffee Maker, 34 Ounce, 1 Liter, (8 Cup), Black
The Brazil French Press coffeemaker, designed in the early 80's, was our first coffeemaker and quickly became a symbol of what Bodum stands for. Attractive and functional design at an affordable price. The Brazil has a durable, heat-resistant borosilicate glass beaker and a plastic handle and base, which make the Brazil easy to use and easy to clean. The 3-part stainless steel plunger has a fine mesh filter, which allows for a premium extraction of your coffee's aromatic oils and subtle flavors. A mesh filter allows this flavor to be delivered direct to your cup and not absorbed by a paper filter. Plus, no paper filter means no waste. The patented safety lid prevents the splashing of liquids while pressing. All parts are dishwasher-safe.

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20 pc Air Plant Ionantha Tillandsia Lot - Wholesale Tillandsias - Great for Terrarium Kit, House Plants
20 pc Air Plant Ionantha Tillandsia Lot - Wholesale Tillandsias - Great for Terrarium Kit, House Plants
EASY TO CARE FOR: Air plants are best kept in a bright location to receive indirect sunlight. They only require watering once a week and do not require soil! COLOR: Most plants will be shades of green, some have a touch of pink or red. Plants received may or may not be in bloom (which causes them to turn colors of pink to red). SIZE: Plants received will range in size from 1"-3" Includes: 20- Air plants (tillandsia's) Ionantha. Ionantha varieties may include the following Ionantha varieties: Ionantha, Mexico, Scaposa, Rubra, and Fuego - Care Instructions Your order will be packaged in a way to keep everything safe and intact. Depending on how cold it is a heat pack may be included to avoid any damage to the plant at no extra charge.

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Rubie's Costume Co. Women's Nun Accessory Kit, Multicolor, One Size
Rubie's Costume Co. Women's Nun Accessory Kit, Multicolor, One Size
Saintly…holy… g-dly…you’ll be all these things in a nun accessory kit. That is of course unless you choose to be naughty. Really the choice is yours! - headpiece - collar

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