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That Viral, Sold-Out Sam’s Club Weekender Bag Has an Alternative

A stack of weekender bags is in a container, a person carried a pink weekender bag from Sam's Club, and a person has a weekender bag over their shoulder.
Jessica Smith/Instagram/Sam’s Club

Who doesn’t love a good alternative to a popular, pricy product? Well, there’s a new one going viral, a dupe for the popular Beis Weekender bag, and it’s from an unexpected retailer—Sam’s Club.

The Sam’s Club Weekender bag, from the brand’s Member’s Mark label, is blowing up on Instagram and TikTok, and it’s half the price of its original.

The original bag, the Beis Weekender, is a travel-friendly sized duffle in a rectangular shape with a hard, base that serves as another, zippable compartment as well as storage pockets and a trolley passthrough that allows you to place it on a carry-on piece of luggage. Basically, it’s really great bag—but it’s almost $100. The Sam’s Club version? It’s $49.98.

Here’s the bad news about this viral find, though. While yes, it’s amazing that someone found a dupe for the most expensive brand, the viral status has caused sell-outs both in stores and online. The Member’s Mark weekender is incredibly difficult to find now. The good news? We found an alternative.

Etronik Travel Duffel Bag

Save cash and get a great bag!

If you’re planning to travel this holiday season, the Etronik Duffel Weekender is a great Amazon find, and the best part? It’s just as affordable as the Sam’s Club bag. Much like the Beis original, the Amazon weekender features a hard, zippable base perfect for storing shoes, multiple compartments for the perfect organization, a luggage trolly strap, and it comes in multiple colors! Not bad, right?

Much like the viral Costco Columbia jacket, the Sam’s Club weekender bag has been hard to find, but don’t worry. We’ve got you with this alternative.

Shea Simmons Shea Simmons
Shea Simmons is the Assignments Editor at LifeSavvy. Previously, she worked as a freelance writer with a focus on beauty and lifestyle content. Her work has appeared in Bustle, Allure, and Hello Giggles. Read Full Bio »
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