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    Ways To Save: Best, Worst Buys At Wholesale Clubs

    In today’s Ways to Save video, Matt Granite takes a look at savings at wholesale clubs and what to buy and what not to buy at places like Sam’s Club, Costco and BJs.

    Matt Granite is a consumer reporter with Gannett’s WKYC station in Cleveland. His Ways to Save report offers tips to consumers on how to save money and features daily deals.

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