In the 1980s, a successful entrepreneur named Sam Walton thought people would enjoy shopping in large warehouses ranging in size from 110,000 - 130,000 sq ft. with a selection of over 4,000 heavily-discounted items. Turns out, he was right. Today, Sam's Club patrons can shop Sam's Club virtually and at brick-and-mortar warehouse-style stores for just about everything. They offer groceries, electronics, toys, furniture, clothes, tires (even golf cart tires) and diapers. They even offer discounts on travel and payroll services and negotiate with car dealerships, so that members don't have to. Basically, Sam's Club wants to help its members save money on every aspect of their lives. All for a great price.