10 Things We’ll Only Buy at Sam’s Club (& Ya Can’t Find Them Anywhere Else!)

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A trip to Sam’s Club can be overwhelming.

So we’re helping you plan a successful shopping trip and sharing the top 10 best things to buy the next time you’re planning a trip! Plus, ya can’t find them anywhere else or beat their bulk prices, so if you’re not already a member, don’t wait for another second to score these hot buys.

Get the best deal on a new Sam’s Club Membership here!


1. Member’s Mark paper towels have unbeatable prices & last longer.

packages of orange paper towels stacked on store bulk aisle

Price: $16.98 ($1.13 per roll – or less than $0.01 per sheet)

Stock up on paper goods at Sam’s Club where they carry rock bottom prices on their Member’s Mark Super Premium Paper Towels. Tons of our readers said it’s comparable to Bounty so it’s no wonder it’s a top item on every club member’s shopping list!

You can score a pack of 15 mega rolls, each with 150 sheets, priced at just $1.13 each! Plus, you can save even more whenever these items have Instant Savings available.

“The paper towels are a favorite around here and are always on the top of my shopping list! I like that they are individually wrapped and they’re super cheap and good!” – Sharon, Hip2Save reader


2. Member’s Mark toilet paper is better than Charmin and under 50¢ each! 

pack of bath tissue sitting on pile

Price: $19.98 ($0.44 per roll – or just $0.018 per sheet)

Speaking of paper products, you just can’t go wrong buying in bulk when they never expire, which is why you should also be taking advantage of their incredible Member’s Mark toilet paper prices the next time you’re in the club. Many readers think it’s even better than the top leading name-brands and priced at just 44¢ per roll — it’s a bargain buy you can’t beat anywhere else!


3. Sam’s Club rotisserie chicken is cheaper, bigger, & more delicious than all other grocers. 

woman by rotisserie chickens at Sam's Club

Price: $4.98 ($1.66 per pound)

If you’ve never been to Sam’s Club, you’ll want to sign up for a membership just to try their delicious daily-made Member’s Mark rotisserie chickens! At just $4.98 per 3lb chicken, this is a steal compared to most other grocery stores (even Costco’s chicken is a penny more)! 😉

Marinated and seasoned with Lawry’s Seasonings, these irresistible chickens are roasted to a perfect golden brown. Enjoy them in pasta, soups, salads, or simply by themselves, these juicy chickens make weekday dinners a whole lot easier and so much more delicious!

row of rotisserie chicken under heat lamp

“We love the rotisserie chicken at Sam’s Club and get it all the time. It is delicious and like you said, always juicy – best rotisserie out there!” – Nora, Hip2Save reader


“I love Sam’s Club rotisserie chicken. Anytime I buy it somewhere else I’m always super disappointed with the regular grocery store one and realize they’re half the size and twice the cost!” – Callie, Hip2Save reader


4. Member’s Mark disinfecting wipes are under 2¢ per wipe.

members mark disinfecting wipes

Price: $8.98 ($2.24 per canister – or just $0.03 per wipe)

While some inventory on this cleaning product may be limited, it sure doesn’t get any cheaper compared to the name brand disinfecting wipes on the market! Stock up on store brand cleaning products like these highly rated Member’s Mark Disinfecting Wipes 4-Pack at Sam’s Club.

You can grab this 4-pack of wipes for only $8.98 every day, which is less than 2¢ per wipe! Even better, when they go on sale, you can often grab this huge pack for just $7.48 after Instant Savings!


5. Member’s Mark Organic Maple Syrup gives your breakfast tons of bang for your buck.

hand pulling out maple syrup carton from bulk store shelf

Price: $10.28 ($0.32 per ounce)

If you won’t settle for anything less than real maple syrup, Sam’s Club is going to be your best bet at scoring this sweet (and typically high-priced) grocery item for the best price! In fact, even Target’s cheapest maple syrup from their affordable Good & Gather line is still over $4 more and ALDI which is known for its low prices still can’t even top this low price – and neither of them is even organic!

When you score the Member’s Mark organic maple syrup, you’ll get the very best sap from wild maples made by 5th-generation master sugar makers. Plus, there are no preservatives or artificial anything!


6. Member’s Mark trash bags are cheaper & have more bags than their competitors. 

blue box of trash bags sitting on stack in bulk store

Price: $15.48 ($0.07 per bag)

Countless Hip2Save readers have said they’ll never buy trash bags anywhere else after scoring them for such a fantastic price at Sam’s Club! You can find the Member’s Mark brand in various scents like Lavender & Fresh Clean or stick to the original unscented. Regardless, you’ll only pay about 7 cents per bag!

Compared to Costco’s 70-pack of trash bags and Target’s Up & Up 120-pack – both priced at $15.99, we know you’re getting the best deal around! (And that’s no trash talk, it’s just real talk!) 😅


7. Member’s Mark paper plates are made in the USA & incredibly durable.

stack of paper plates in top of store cart

Price: $13.48 ($0.04 per plate)

Always going through paper plates at home? Whether you’re planning to host a lot of outdoor BBQs this summer, tend to gift neighbors goodies on disposable plates often, or your family just loves a quick cleanup after dinner, the Member’s Mark paper plates are sure to be the best price around! In fact, compared to Target’s Up & Up plates, you’ll save over $4 buying them in bulk at Sam’s!

Not only are they affordable, but they can even go in the microwave and are also super durable with their advanced soak protection, cut-resistant, and grease-resistant abilities — they’re even made in the USA to top it off! It’s no wonder tons of our Hip2Save readers swear by them!


8. Member’s Mark Clear Cutlery can easily feed an army on a budget.

hand holding a bulk box of clear cutlery

Price: $11.78 (360 count – or just $0.03 per piece) 

Need some utensils to go with your disposable plates? Plenty of our Hip2Save readers are passionate about the quality and bang for your buck you get with their Member’s Mark Premium Cutlery too!

With 360 individual pieces, that means you’ll have 120 complete sets to feed unlimited guests, a large event, or they’ll last even longer if it’s just you and your family. Regardless of how you intend to use them, Sam’s Club pack is still $2 cheaper than the competing 360 cutlery pack at BJ’s!


9. Score over-the-counter Member’s Mark allergy medicine for over $15 less than other off brands!

packaged of members mark allergy medicine on store aisle

Price: $11.97 (400 count – or just $0.02 per pill)

Most of us would never put a price on our health, but if you or someone you love struggles with seasonal allergies daily, just know there are affordable options on the market!

At Sam’s Club, they offer incredible prices on their highly-rated allergy medication where you can score their Member’s Mark Aller-itin Loratadine Tablets (400-count) for JUST under 12 bucks! We’re so blown away by this price & the quantity you simply can’t beat it! Compared to Target’s similar allergy tablets sold by their affordable Up & Up brand, you’ll be saving well over $15 bucks – relief for you and your wallet. 😏

Hip Tip: While we think this product is great and comes highly recommended by many of our Hip2Save readers, we aren’t doctors, therefore, before buying & using any medications always consult with your doctor first. 


10. Even the biggest Dawn fans are switching to Member’s Mark Liquid dishwashing soap.

two bottles of blue dish soap on store floor

Price: $6.98 ($0.07 per oz.) 

If you’re a big fan of Dawn, you’ll want to start buying Sam’s Club Member’s Mark dish soap to make clean-up more frugal than ever! Plus, compared to Target’s Up & Up Dawn knockoff soap, priced at $6.99 and with 25 fewer ounces, Sam’s Club dish soap is the biggest value to make life sparkly clean.

“A loyal Dawn customer for years. Not anymore. This dish soap is just as great for a fraction of the price. Cuts grease, plenty of suds. A great product!” – Kathy, Sam’s Club Member 


Bonus: Make sure to grab gift cards when they’re marked 25% off!

Sam's Club gift card wall in store

Sure, Sam’s Club is a fantastic place to score essentials for your home and great prices on groceries, but if you’re also in the market for some easy gifts, you won’t want to miss their incredible one-day sales where you can score gift card bundles to retail stores, movie theaters, & restaurants with savings up to 25% off or more!

You can find these deals at their gift card kiosk or check out out their gift card selection online – it’s the gift that keeps on giving!

“The extreme value gift cards are a great deal and make Sam’s Club membership a reasonable value even for single folks if they frequent one of the restaurants that are featured.” – Heather, Hip2Save reader


“The main thing I buy is gift cards at 20% off to places I frequent. Pair that savings up with being a member of restaurants’ rewards clubs and it really adds up!” – Patricia, Hip2Save reader


Convinced you should be buying many of your goods at Sam’s Club from now on?

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Make sure to bookmark our Sam’s Club deals page to help plan your next trip to the store!

If you’re not a Sam’s Club member yet, sign up here and even order online so you can scoop up all your favorite deals! PLUS, for a limited time, you’ll get $45 in Instant Savings whenever you sign up for a new Sams Club Membership!

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Hip Tip: Keep your eyes peeled for the Sam’s Club Instant Savings Book filled with all of the great monthly deals. Once you’ve become a member, this happy mailer will come with so many great savings inside!


Check the latest Sam’s Club deals right here!


Sara is a self-taught blogger and photographer with 5 years of experience having work featured in various building, travel, and fashion publications, most notably Bassett Furniture and Fossil.


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Comments 88

  1. peachcraze

    Are Sam’s club baby wipes comparable to Pampers or Huggies? I’d like to try them but I don’t like Pampers and would hate to buy a giant box full of those.

    • KetoMama3

      I buy Sam’s wipes, and I really like them. To me, Their texture is not as flimsy as pampers. But absolute fav is Costco Kirkland wipes but we live closer to Sams.

    • dblD amber

      Very true, then all of an sudden the unscented wipes went away. Our only quotes we buy. The scented ones smelled horrible. Just this month the unscented ones came back and they are amazing. I tried Kirkland when I couldnt find Sam’s club and couldnt stand them. Glad Sam’s club came back again.

      • emily

        Yes the ones that burned were the scented kind when i couldn’t see any option to buy the unscented ones.

    • Judy

      Doesn’t Sams sell adult wipes?

    • Nick

      Samsclub wipes are the best. I used to use target but I recently bought these as it was like $0.002 cheaper per wipe, and these were just as good if not better. One thing no one explains is the target and sam’sclub wipes are a cloth type wipe, not those paper ones from brands like pampers. If you pull on. Pampers wipe it rips. If you pull on a target or samsclub one it stretches like cloth. It’s much more durable and high quality.

    • misty-4

      We liked the huggies natural wipes and just tried sams. We love the sams better. Same quality wipe and the packaging is better. The huggies open area would be hard to rip open.

    • smoresto

      I don’t like pampers either lol I thought I was the only one.

    • logan4sight

      The Sam’s are the best wipes imo. But Sam’s has a policy that if you buy one of their brands and aren’t satisfied you can return for store credit. Even if it’s used. I have done this twice and had no hassle. Just an fyi for any members mark products you’d like to try 🙂

    • pattydunton

      Also keep in mind if you really don’t like them they will take them back.

    • Hunterwoody

      I still buy sams wipes and my kids are in middle school. I clean with them and keep a pack in the car. Great for baseboards!!

    • Mel

      My daughter swears by these wipes and diapers, she use to be a diaper snob and use only pampers and huggies. She has a 4 yr old, 3 yr old and 2 yr old and is 7 months pregnant. So she had 3 kids in diapers at one time. And has bought this brand for the new baby as well , Hope this helps.

  2. Lisa

    Another thing that is dirt cheap if you use a lot of it (I do) is YEAST! It is so much cheaper than buying the 3-packs or a jar of it in store. I cannot remember exactly but it was like $6 for 2 big foiled bags. I would never have thought of buying yeast at Sam’s Club, but it is literally pennies every time I bake my bread.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh cool! Thanks for the helpful suggestion, Lisa! Good to know!

    • Gramma C

      Yes! A 3 pack is like over $2 now. I have been using my first bag of yeast for so long and it still works great. We make a lot of pizza dough and cinnamon rolls. So much cheaper. Even if you only use half of it.

      • Lisa

        Gramma, so glad I’m not the only one who likes the price of the yeast. Yes, sadly, even if you don’t use it all. It’s dirt cheap yeast!

        • Bri

          Store it in the frreezer it lasts forever!

    • Kismetkitty

      And you can keep your yeast in the freezer to keep it indefinitely.

  3. breannapowers

    Noticed last week when I was shopping through the app that they had bundles of the paper goods that saved a good chunk of money. I got a bundle that had toilet paper, trash bags, and paper towels at a very reasonable price!

    • Lisa

      “Bundles.” Now that is new (for me anyway) at Sam’s Club. But is that available in store or just online (via the app)?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh cool! Thanks for the heads up! We’ll be sure to look for those!

  4. Faith

    We have used the Members Mark brand paper products for years and I would never use anything else. I prefer Members Mark over any brand. They are amazing.

  5. ashley

    Sam’s brownie bites are my absolute favorite. I don’t know if they’re necessarily a frugal deal since I haven’t purchased in a while, but they are delicious.

  6. V

    I buy over the counter Allegra. A 90 day supply seems to be the cost of about a 45 day supply everwhere else.

    • Elaine

      The one by up and up at Target is superior. Works better than any other I have tried and I have terrible allergies.

  7. lk

    We buy Monster drinks by the case, huge bottles of Kraft Parmesan cheese that we put in the smaller bottles, Romaine lettuce and bananas regularly. I supply snacks for my department and am always purchasing their instant savings items – I have a 40 pack of the Lance crackers right now. Another great deal is Klondike bars. Not to mention gas – usually lower than the stations in town.

  8. Suz

    Diphenhydramine (brand name Benadryl) is really cheap, under $5 for 500 pills. Those of you who take a “PM” medicine, this is what is used to aid in sleep.

    I don’t want to be a Debbie downer, but I recently learned Sam’s Club and Walmart both use an ingredient in their rotisserie chickens to make them cook faster. This was confirmed by a former employee of Walmart. I know they are cheaper to buy at those stores than other grocery chains, but I will gladly pay a little more to not have additional chemicals on or in my chicken that is not necessary. The very few times I purchased them from either place prior to learning that, the meat always did not seem as juicy as other stores. (Probably due to the “quick cooking additive”.)

  9. Julie

    Our family regularly buys seven of the items on this list, love Sam’s Club! We don’t get the chicken and we’re not a big sports drink family. But, I need to try out the bacon one of these times!

  10. Sandra McCully

    When are the Same Club one day sales? How do I get notified of them?

  11. Karen Matteo

    Would like to know about sales!

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      You can find the February deals here!

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  13. MONIQUE MACOM-TEAGUE

    I buy many things at Sam’s and have lately been buying more online that they deliver. I’m a plus member so my delivery is free. Also certain prescriptions are available for Plus members at little or no cost. I get bullion, soup base and certain spices they’re at a very low cost. Bacon is a must! Plus they have great deals on pre-cooked bacon for those of us who don’t cook that much anymore! There are great deals on cleaners, Electronics and tires! I’ve used them for tires for probably 25 years or so and they have specials that can’t be beat plus all the advantages of no extra costs and road hazard

  14. Sue L Piers

    I would like to check out the store before I buy a memership do you have option to buy a one day pass?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi there! I did just check on that with customer service to be certain. They do not currently offer a one day shopping pass.

    • JD827

      Call ahead but it used to be that if you had a Walmart gift card you were allowed in to use it; nonmembers do have an up charge though. Also if you get a membership and don’t like it you get your money back no questions asked. The easiest is just to go with a friend or relative and look around.

      • Mel

        yes you can use walmart gift cards there.

        • Akira

          I have Walmart gift card.
          I can use it without being a Sam’s member?
          Don’t ave to pay 10 %?
          That would be cool.

  15. Valerie

    I would check out BJ’s wholesale too. I regularly get the equivalent of these items cheaper because they offer coupons in their app! You can search for $25 yearly memberships as well

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks for the helpful suggestion, Valerie!

  16. peachcraze

    I have been buying members mark toilet paper for years. Always was my favorite but over a year ago I noticed it had changed. I noticed there was a lot more lint/particles on my bathroom floor….as well as myself, it reminded me of using the old Charmin. After talking with my sister and friend they also had similar lint problems in their bathrooms. I didn’t think it could possible be the toilet paper but I switched it up with a different brand and it went away. Just throwing they out there in case anyone else has noticed the same issues but not connected it to the TP.

    • Lori

      Thanks for the heads-up on the lint mess with this toilet paper. I hate that!

    • Jai

      What toilet paper would you recommend?

    • Shopper123

      Yes!!! I have noticed that lately!

    • Ella

      For those that don’t like Members Mark TP, I love Kroger’s brand Soft & Strong TP. It’s the only TP we buy. The 18 triple roll pack comes out cheaper per square foot than the Sam’s Club TP. It’s not “linty” and is soft without being “so” soft that it falls apart. Usually $9.99 for 800 sq ft double ply but I often get e-coupons to make it even cheaper. (For price comparison Members Mark is $19.99 foot 1254 sq ft of paper)

  17. julebay

    I’ve been out of school for a bit so please correct me if I am wrong, but wouldn’t the toilet paper be $.018 per sheet?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Whoops! Thanks, Julebay! That has been updated.

      • julebay

        Almost…$.018, not $.18.

        • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

          Thanks again!

  18. Lo

    TP clogs. So many clogs I’m super Mario 😑
    Free flat tire fix is great.

  19. Nora-Lee

    I agree with everything except the dish soap. I try to purchase store brands and generally love the Members Mark but the dish soap to me is not worth it. It is cheaper but i found myself needing more to do my dishes. I watch out for the sale, usually Dawn will be on sale a few times a year and I stock up.

    • Vanessa

      I love Members Mark products, but I agree about the dish soap. I tried the Members Mark soap and hated it. I didn’t even finish half the bottle, before going back to Dawn. I just wish that Sams would stock the regular blue Dawn again. I love the smell of the original Dawn.

  20. GAmommyof4

    Wait… Charmin makes paper towels?!? I’ve been missing out! I’ve only ever used their toilet paper.

    • Crystal

      No, I think they meant bounty lol

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Whoops! Got that updated – it’s Bounty!

  21. FSUGAL

    In addition to the rotisserie chickens, our Sam’s Club also sells a cooked rack of barbequed baby back ribs for $11.98. They are delicious!

    • Thriftypuppy

      You just made my day. Now I know what we’re having for dinner tonight.

  22. Sushi

    Honestly, we’ve started buying most of our clothes from Sam’s and they are cute!! Can’t beat the price either.

  23. stacy

    Do they still offer the wipes 4 pack? Our store only sells them individually and told us that they have been told not to sell the 4 packs from corporate.

  24. beth

    Has anyone purchased eye glasses at Sam’s and what are your thoughts , thanks .

    • Lydia

      I have not, but my sister has and I was shocked at the price she paid for progressive lenses!! She paid outright for hers what I paid with double vision coverage! Of course my frames are designer but still! And I just got back from Sam’s and while waiting in the return line I noticed the vision associate assisting a customer near me with sunglasses. Think maybe she was being the sale sunglasses and getting prescription lenses? Anyway, the customer seemed super happy with the service she was receiving!

      • Sara

        I did this. Bought designer sunglasses at Sam’s then had them put Rx lenses in. I think it was $50-$75 for the lenses. I’m very happy with them.

  25. Samantha

    I always get the sushi too! So yummy, affordable, and made right there

  26. SZEIDAN

    The plates are cheaper at Walmart for the 300 count

    • Eva B

      I noticed that too but they are not as thick or supportive so I had to use 2 instead of 1 for many things so I went back to the Sam’s plates because for me I used less of them which made them a better deal because they are better quality. I guess it depends on what you use them for and if you could only use one or if you need a heavier plate and would have to double up!

  27. Lydia

    I just got home from Sam’s and bought #s 1, 2, 3 and 6!! I also bought the dishwasher pods, not the liquid, but will next time! 🙂

    And as most of you know, you just cannot beat the rotisserie chicken! First thing I do is debone all the meat, eating some as I go, then make chicken stock with the carcass for later use.

    I use the meat all week (it’s just me, hub is vegetarian) for sandwiches, tacos, casseroles, salads or just a quick bite of protein.

    I’m curious what others do with their rotisserie chickens??? Maybe H2S can make a post?

  28. Amy

    I like and use many items on this list, but their kitchen trash bags have not been good for us. We struggled to stretch them around the top of the trash can without them tearing. If your kitchen trash can is a bit of a tight fit, you might want to look elsewhere (there are like 500 bags, so using them all up will take forever).

    And honestly, they have really stepped up their game in the meds/vitamin aisle. Lots of supplements and generic medications, and they are much cheaper than anywhere else I’ve found. Heartburn and allergy meds are particularly inexpensive, as are the protein shakes. We recently found generic flonase nasal spray for like $30 for a 6 pack, and it works great. I feel like my membership pays for itself just in that aisle.

  29. RespiratoryMS

    I love the members mark dish soap

  30. Laura

    Can anyone compare these to Costco?

    • Sara

      We have both memberships, and for pretty much every item listed above it is either cheaper at Sam’s, better quality, or both, IMO. Also can’t beat using the scanning app to check yourself out instead of waiting in the long costco lines.

  31. Rebecca

    We recently bought 4 tires and learned that when you buy all 4 you will get free roadside assistance. It includes changing tires, bringing you gas (you pay for the fuel), towing…I know I am leaving somethings out. I was told it is for 100 miles from my local Sam’s club, but it is supposed to be a national service according to the paperwork I received.

  32. Marc

    A trip to Sams Club is not overwhelming when you order through their app for curbside pickup. You just pull up and they load it all in your car in 5 minutes while you wait. You can get groceries. Its not powered by instacart so there are no tips, no fees, and stock is very accurate. You can order most things, though not the chicken. You can get take home pizza, fruit, etc.

    • Lindsay

      I love their curbside!

  33. vowen

    Has anyone else noticed that the maple syrup seems watery? My husband went to pour it out and it dumped a river onto his pancake 🤔 it is our first time using that brand so idk if it’s just the bottle we got or all of them..?

    • Leane

      Real maple syrup is usually a more watery consistency.

    • Lisa

      Bowen, Members Mark maple syrup is the only syrup my spouse uses (I only use the fake stuff!). He has not noted any difference.

  34. Chrissy Goff

    Thank you. I will have to check these out. I would never use paper plates or trash bags. I use store grocery bags for my trash as most of our trash gets recycled. I can’t see any use for the plastic silverware either. These are some great deals though. I can’t remember the last time I have been inside a Sam’s though I do have an account with my daughter. LOL

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re so welcome! Happy shopping!

  35. dwascavage

    The Member’s Mark Disinfecting Wipes are not less than 2¢ per wipe. They’re actually closer to 3¢ (0.02878).

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks so much! Just updated!

  36. Dee

    Most Non-Organic maple syrup is also made without any chemicals or pesticides. It’s all the same process with just one bit of paperwork different. Sam’s maple syrup is good; just no reason to pay a lot more for organic. It’s almost like “Non GMO water.”

  37. everest716

    Free membership these days, do it , $45 and get $45 gift card. You won’t regret it

  38. Heather

    Can anyone chime in on how the Members Mark household items compare to the Kirkland items from Costco (tp, paper towels, etc)? I just grabbed the membership for Sam’s and have been a Costco member forever.

    • Lisa

      Heather, my DIL is a diehard Costco member (she grew up on it and no convincing her otherwise). There are perks to both. For me, Sam’s Club is closer and we utilize the gas discount, and through the link H2S posted, 45 for the membership and 45 back in giftcard is a no brainer. Again, for me, it’s a convenience issue. I’ve tried the Costco TP, paper towels, and all else that comes with a Costco membership (when visiting DIL) and honestly, it is all the same to me. Again, for me, convenience and can’t beat the price. I’d say the same thing about Costco if they were convenient, but geez, the lines both in store and at the pump at Costco, well, that’s for the birds.

  39. hillcrest05

    I belong to both Sams and Costco. The rotisserie chickens are better at Sams! Thanks for the heads up about the dish soap. I’ve never tried theirs.

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