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Sam's Club Members: 400-Count Member's Mark Nitrile Exam Gloves EXPIRED

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Sam's Club has for its Members: 400-Count Member's Mark Nitrile Exam Gloves (Small) on sale for $13.96. Shipping is $0.96. Thanks ohsnapz

Note, must be a Sam's Club Member to be able to purchase to sale price. Limit of 1 per customer

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Sams club members mark nitrile gloves for $13.96. For 400ct Shipping .96. Online only limit one
Some idiot said it was out of stock when it wasn't and made it expire

https://www.samsclub.com/p/mm-glo...ance.rr0_1

If you need more there's 2000ct for $84.80
https://www.samsclub.com/p/mm-ntl...ance.rr0_1
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You may see 400 gloves. I see 2000 condoms!
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Thick nitrile gloves are overkill for single use as a barrier. Another option is to buy cheaper polyethylene gloves such as these: https://www.webstaurantstore.com/...erial:poly

You can use them for shopping/pumping gas/etc and toss them out with less of a wallet impact. Remember, wearing gloves that have Coronavirus on them and touching your face will carry the same risk as being gloveless.
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Be cautious with Webstaurantstore. Legit retailer but many items on their site are not in stock. You won't find that out until you order. Also food service gloves are garbage for PPE.
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Still cheaper to buy in 400 ct. ....But after checking (Maximum of 1 per member).
Was another thread on this but looks like it got deleted. Think someone marked OOS. But I ordered at 7:43.
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Thanks....got a box of large.
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Thanks OP! Just FYI you'll be attacked by trolls soon for posting this!
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Hard to find these anywhere. TU - OP
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Thanks for posting OP. No Sam's membership so I can't get these but I've been on the hunt for gloves to ship to my elderly mother who cares for my aunt and uses gloves on a daily basis for giving medicine and cleaning up after her.
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Thick nitrile gloves are overkill for single use as a barrier. Another option is to buy cheaper polyethylene gloves such as these: https://www.webstaurantstore.com/...erial:poly

You can use them for shopping/pumping gas/etc and toss them out with less of a wallet impact. Remember, wearing gloves that have Coronavirus on them and touching your face will carry the same risk as being gloveless.
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You may see 400 gloves. I see 2000 condoms!
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Thick nitrile gloves are overkill for single use as a barrier. Another option is to buy cheaper polyethylene gloves such as these: https://www.webstaurantstore.com/...erial:poly

You can use them for shopping/pumping gas/etc and toss them out with less of a wallet impact. Remember, wearing gloves that have Coronavirus on them and touching your face will carry the same risk as being gloveless.
It says $1.99 and they are charging $16 for shipping
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Thick nitrile gloves are overkill for single use as a barrier. Another option is to buy cheaper polyethylene gloves such as these: https://www.webstaurantstore.com/...erial:poly

You can use them for shopping/pumping gas/etc and toss them out with less of a wallet impact. Remember, wearing gloves that have Coronavirus on them and touching your face will carry the same risk as being gloveless.

Be cautious with Webstaurantstore. Legit retailer but many items on their site are not in stock. You won't find that out until you order. Also food service gloves are garbage for PPE.
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Anyone know the thickness on these ?
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just bought 1 in medium free shipping great post
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Thick nitrile gloves are overkill for single use as a barrier. Another option is to buy cheaper polyethylene gloves such as these: https://www.webstaurantstore.com/...erial:poly

You can use them for shopping/pumping gas/etc and toss them out with less of a wallet impact. Remember, wearing gloves that have Coronavirus on them and touching your face will carry the same risk as being gloveless.
Gloves also have to be removed properly, and it is SOP in healthcare settings to wash hands or sanitize after removing them. For household purposes they don't help much in this scenario.
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Anyone know the thickness on these ?
3.5mil
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