The Best CPAP Masks Under $50 in 2018

Here’s our list of the best CPAP masks under $50 in 2018. When it comes to affordable, quality masks, The CPAP Shop has you covered. Generally, our customers are looking for comfortable masks that are minimally intrusive and effective. This list features masks that are easy to assemble and clean, quiet, and compatible with most CPAP and BiPAP machines. All our CPAP masks come with 30-night risk free guarantee. Although many of these masks are not the newest style with the lightest materials, they represent a good value for the CPAP user.

As always, we prefer our customers make educated, knowledgeable decisions. But if you have any questions concerning which mask might be most appropriate, we are only a phone call away!

Philips Respironics OptiLife Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask

Respironics OptiLife Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask with Headgear

Starting our Best CPAP Masks under $50 list is the Philips Respironics OptiLife Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask. This mask fits your life. The unique, buckle-less headgear design and chin support band makes for easy assembly and fit. It is easy to clean and maintain and durable for everyday use. The mask is especially appealing to side sleepers. It leaves the forehead open and is compatible with glasses.

The mask comes with four cushion sizes (large to petite) for a comfortable fit on a variety of noses. The angle of the cushions is easily adjustable for a leak-free seal. A built-in chin support adds stability and helps keep the mouth closed. The exhalation vent features a quiet, softer release to minimize noise.

Fisher & Paykel FlexiFit 407 Nasal Mask

ResMed CPAP masks

And last but not least on the Best CPAP Masks Under $50 list, the Fisher & Paykel FlexiFit 407 Mask is a fully assembled, ready to wear nasal mask. The headgear features an elastic section in the back to keep the mask seals stable while moving the head up and down. As a result, the mask can be worn when moving from sleeping on the back to the side. The HC407 exhalation vent redesign moves from one opening with a filter to a series of several small holes to reduce noise and soften the release of the air. Filters are no longer needed.

The FlexiFit cushion provides a secure seal and molds to a variety of nose and bridge shapes. A frosted silicone texture helps the outer cushion seal against the skin. The glider strap connects the headgear to the mask frame and offers stability by sliding across the frame when the head is turned. Therefore, the pressure of the seal stays uniform in every sleep position.

The Fisher & Paykel FlexiFit 407 Nasal Mask works with any CPAP or BiPAP machine and connects with standard tubing.

At The CPAP Shop, we provide our customers with the highest quality and most effective masks on the market. We hope this list of the best CPAP masks under $50 has been helpful. Do you have a favorite mask? We’d love to hear from you! Share your feedback below.

Chris Vasta is the president of The CPAP Shop and an expert in sleep and respiratory therapy. He often provides insights on product design and functionality on various manufacturers’ prototypes and is frequently tapped to provide reviews on new releases.

Chris Vasta


Chris Vasta

Over a 10+ year career at PHH Mortgage managing a $100 million portfolio, Chris Vasta learned the ins and outs of the business world. He learned how to establish business relationships, lead a multi-prong team, and implement strategies for long-term growth. In 2007, Vasta used that experience to transition his role into president of The CPAP Shop. Over his tenure, Vasta has been involved in everything from website design to warehouse layout. His hands-on approach with customers has evolved into an in-depth understanding of the challenges of beginning and adhering to sleep therapy. He often provides his insights on product…

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  • Ted Sizemore

    This crap is a joke and soon it will kill someone innocent of this scam and I pray ita someone like a quack doc or inventor of this junk not an innocent family yup this won’t post its a leftist thing

    • Chris Vasta

      All the masks featured on this blog are affordable, quality masks created by manufacturers such as Philips Respironics and Fisher & Paykel. The price reductions of the masks listed are often the result of newer mask options offered, but they still offer a good value for the CPAP user. If you have concerns regarding a particular mask, our customer service team is available at 866.414.9700 or via email at

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