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FLTR Single Use Face Masks at Costco

Single Use Face Masks at Costco

It’s been a long time since we’ve seen any N95 Face Masks in-store at Costco- currently these FLTR Single Use Face Masks at Costco are available in-store and online. Each box of these FLTR black disposable face masks has 75 masks.

See all facemasks available to order at Costco.com here


Our Review

We buy these black FLTR Single Use Masks at Costco and my husband and I like them (though we did prefer the blue (they are a bit softer) but we haven’t seen the blue in a long, long time) – overall these are well made and comfortable disposable masks.

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My husband found that the the elastics on the last brand of single-use face masks carried in-store at Costco broke easily on him…but the FLTR don’t break. Two thumbs up!

FLTR also makes a kids mask we use too!

Costco Item Number & Price

FLTR General Use Mask 75CT Black is Costco Item Number 1519662 and costs $9.99 per box or $0.13 each. These are also available online at Costco.com including shipping for the same price.

Note: FLTR Face Masks from Costco are FSA Eligible

Single Use Face Masks at Costco
Single Use FLTR Face Masks at Costco Available Online & In-Store

Is There Still a Limit on Face Masks at Costco

There was previously a limit of 2 boxes of the FLTR Single Use Face Masks at Costco, but those limits have been lifted at the time of this post…we do not see limits posted anymore.

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