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Target is selling kids and adult face masks for just $2

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If sewing fabric face masks isn’t your thing and you need extras, then we have some good news for you. Target has a new line of cloth face masks for both adults and kids, and the price will make it easy for you to stock up.

As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continues to urge everyone age 2 and older to wear face masks to help control the spread of COVID-19, Target launched its own brand of protective covering with their Cat & Jack line for children and Universal Thread line for adults.

There are a variety of styles to chose from to match your sense of style, too. Here are a few of our favorites:

Kids’ Two-Pack Polka Dot and Blue Face Masks

This Cat & Jack Blue face mask set for kids features a classic white polka-dot pattern on a navy blue background for one mask and a pretty blue tie-dye on the other. It’s $4 for a two-pack.


Kids’ Two-Pack Sports Face Mask

Kids who are into sports will get a kick out of this Cat & Jack sports masks set.  One is covered with baseballs, basketballs and footballs on a black background, and the other is a bright fluorescent yellow-green just for fun. These are also $4 for the set of two.


The adults have some nice design choices for their face mask choices as well.

Women’s Two-Pack Fabric Face Masks

Is red is where it’s at for you, then you should take a look at the Red Check/Red Floral face mask set from Universal Threads, which is $4. The subtle pattern of the floral mask in this set offers a nice contrast to the rusty-red background.


And, the plaid mask gives off the flannel vibe for a more casual look.


Many of the face masks found on Target can be found in the store, or you can order online pickup or delivery.

Marie Rossiter @MarieRossiter

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