Kirkland Signature Ultra Soft 36 Rolls Bath Tissue Only $19.99 Shipped on Costco

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No more shortages at Costco!

Through July 4th, hurry over to Costco where members can snag this 36-Roll pack of Kirkland Signature Ultra Soft Bath Tissue for only $19.99 shipped (regularly $26.99)! These wide 2-ply sheets are septic safe!

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Kirkland Signature Ultra Soft Bath Tissue 36 Rolls $26.99
Get $7 off at checkout
Shipping is free
Final Cost $19.99 shipped!


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Comments 8

  1. LAM

    Is this only online?

    • Lori Stevens

      Yes, this item is only available online.

  2. Lori Stevens

    Does anyone know how this compares to the cost of Kirkland toilet paper sold in the store?

    • Evelyn

      Usually, their regular toilet paper (blue package) runs about $17/18 but I believe it has 48 rolls compared to this package with 36. The Ultra soft bath tissue has always cost more. I’ve purchased both and for me, they’re both good. The ultra seems a little thicker than the regular. Hope this helps! ☺️

  3. Angela

    Is this a good price? I have actually never bought TP at Costco so just checking. 🙂

    • Evelyn

      For ultra soft, this is a good price with the $7 off. You can buy their regular bath tissue for a little less than this and I believe it has 48 rolls compared to 36. ☺️

    • faithanne

      I like the one from Sam’s

  4. Gigi

    I’ve never tried the Krikland Ultra Soft, however, I’m hesitant to do so based on the change in quality of the Kirkland Signature Bath Tissue (blue package). It used to be a fantastic value for a quality product pre Covid. Now it’s the kind that leaves behind TP rolly residue. I sincerely hope they go back to how they manufactured it before, but doubt it since it’s likely increasing their profit margins.

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