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New Sam's Club Concept Ditches Cashiers
And Checkout Lines, Tests New Tech 
On the heels of store closures, Sam's Club is testing a new concept: a smaller, mobile-first prototype it says will help define the future of retail. The first Sam's Club Now, as the prototype has been dubbed, will be in Dallas' Lower Greenville neighborhood. At 32K SF, it is one-quarter the size of a typical Sam's Club. It will test a variety of retail tech, including a mobile-first system where shoppers can scan their purchases as they shop and check out without a cashier.  


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