(Closed) Quality sheets for a decent price?

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Post # 17
13953 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

I use the deal-of-the-day sites (RueLaLa, HauteLook, Joss and Main, etc) for sheets every now and then.  They usually have some pretty good deals and they pop up every few weeks.


Post # 18
2239 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

We just got an awesome deal on 600 thread count sheets from Kohls.  We got JLO’s sheets in a nice bright white for less than $100.  The extra pillow cases ended up being close to $30 but they were still on sale, lol.  Eh, we had kohls cash too so it was all free which greatly helped.  HUZZAH!  Anyways, I love new sheets.  I’ve decided they make me so happy I may buy another set soon with a gift card we got, lol!

Post # 19
1202 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

We got two sets from Bed Bath and Beyond for our wedding.  This was the cheaper set and we actually like it more!  If you use the 20% off coupon, then they price isn’t too bad.  I recommend just going to the store and feeling the sheets.  Nice sheets are worth the cost, and they last a long time.






Post # 20
1018 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

@LemonJack:  marshalls/ homegoods— LOOOOVE my sheets from there and since they’re about half the price, I wont be as sad if they don’t last as long as some of the $$$ ones.

Also LOVE costco. costco every time!

Post # 21
1798 posts
Buzzing bee

We got Threshold sheets from Target. They were pretty low cost. The most major expense was buying the two extra pillow cases that we needed! We have washed them 2-3 times in the past couple of months that we’ve had them, and they seem to be holding up well. The only defect I see is that they are getting clawed up by our kittens, but I don’t think that’s Target’s fault! LOL

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