Here’s where to get Sam’s Club’s Fried Pickles and Ranch Dip

Sam’s Club Is Carrying A Fried Pickles & Ranch Dip That Every Pickle Lover Needs To Try

by Daffany Chan
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Get ready to spice up snack time with a new product that's a total must-try for pickle lovers. Inspired by a Southern classic, Sam's Club is selling a dip featuring the zesty flavors of fried pickles and ranch seasoning. If you'd like to get your hands on the tangy new pairing, here's where to get Sam’s Club’s Fried Pickles and Ranch Dip.

The Taste of the South Fried Pickles & Buttermilk Ranch Dip is a creamy blend of whipped cream cheese and sour cream, and it features plenty of crunchy dill pickles and zesty ranch seasoning. According to its product description, the dip goes great along with your favorite chips or veggies, and it can be served hot or right out of the refrigerator. If you want to go beyond the appetizer table, you could also use it as a topper for a burger or sandwich.

Now that you know all the ways you can enjoy the dip, you’ll be glad to know Sam’s Club expanded its availability. When it first launched in August, the Taste of the South Fried Pickles & Buttermilk Ranch Dip was exclusive to clubs in select states, but as of late September, it’s available in all clubs nationwide. To find the Sam's Club nearest you, use the store locator.

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A 24-ounce tub of the dip costs $4.98, and it will be available until Nov. 6. After that, it will still be in 450 select clubs through the holiday season, so you may want to stock up.

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