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The Best Black Friday Bedding Deals to Shop This Year

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/ November 4, 2021

The sheets, pillows, and blankets you choose to snuggle up with can make or break your sleep. Luckily, Black Friday is the perfect time to stock up on cozy bed sheets, supportive pillow sets, and other sleep-enhancing bedding items so you can get your best rest.

In this piece, we've rounded up the best Black Friday bedding deals along with advice to help you find the perfect sheets, pillows, and more this holiday weekend.

Black Friday bedding deals

Lots of brands are offering Black Friday bedding deals this year, Saatva included. This Black Friday, take 10% off orders sitewide and 15% off orders over $2,500. 

Here's a rundown of the best bedding to get your hands on this Black Friday, from sheets to pillows to blankets.

saatva organic sateen sheets

Sateen sheets

Organic cotton is one of the most popular sheet materials because it's soft, breathable, and free of harmful chemicals that could irritate your skin. Our organic sateen sheets are made with a silky sateen weave and 300 thread count for cool sleep.

saatva organic percale sheets

Percale sheets

Pamper yourself in deluxe comfort with our organic percale sheets. They're made with a crisp, cool percale weave and 200 thread count for the perfect balance of softness and breathability. 

saatva linen sheets

Linen sheets

Handcrafted from the highest quality Belgian flax, our linen sheets are hypoallergenic, antimicrobial, breathable, and will retain their beauty for years. Expect to stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter with these sheets that get softer with every wash. 

saatva embroidered sateen sheets

Embroidered sateen sheets

Our embroidered sateen sheets make a great gift for the holiday party hostess who loves luxury. They're made with organic cotton in a silky-soft 300 thread count and have a hand-finished embroidered trim for a clean, elegant look. 

saatva latex pillow

Latex pillow

Our latex pillow provides excellent head and neck support, thanks to the shredded natural latex core. This is surrounded by a layer of silky, down-like microfiber, which promotes airflow for cool sleep, and the whole thing is wrapped in a soft, breathable organic cotton cover.

saatva memory foam pillow

Memory foam pillow

Memory foam pillows also offer good head and neck support. Our memory foam pillow not only contours to your head and neck to prevent pain but also features advanced graphite cooling technology and a breathable organic cotton cover to ensure a cool night's sleep.

saatva down alternative pillow

Down alternative pillow

You'll feel like you're sleeping on a cloud with our down alternative pillow. It's specially designed to mimic the lofty feel of traditional down pillows with our custom down alternative blend that offers both comfort and durability. 

saatva percale duvet cover set

Duvet cover

A duvet cover is an excellent way to give your bed an extra dose of comfort and style. We have a variety of duvet cover sets to choose from, including a percale duvet cover setsateen duvet cover setlinen duvet cover set, and embroidered sateen duvet cover set. Each set comes with one duvet cover and two pillow shams. Note that the comforter/duvet insert is sold separately. 

saatva down alternative comforter

Down alternative comforter

Cuddle up in the plush, airy luxury of our down alternative comforter. This organic cotton comforter has a unique blend of 3D down alternative and sustainable lyocell fill. It keeps you warm and cozy in the winter but stays nice and breathable in warmer months. 

saatva organic weighted blanket

Weighted blanket

Enjoy the ultimate in relaxation and stress relief with our organic weighted blanket. It's made with 100% organic cotton velvet and filled with all-natural glass beads that provide gentle, even pressure. 

saatva cotton channel quilt

Cotton channel quilt

Our organic cotton channel quilt is made with a 300 thread count sateen weave and is meant to be used year-round. It’s designed to layer in colder months but is light and breathable on its own for warmer months.

saatva velvet diamond quilt

Velvet diamond quilt

This winter, wrap yourself in our heavyweight and durable velvet diamond quilt made with percale cotton backing. It's prewashed for an incredibly soft feel and features a refined diamond stitch pattern for a tailored look and cozy thickness. 

saatva organic mattress pad

Mattress pad 

Sleep blissfully on our diamond-quilted organic mattress pad with its plush layer of added comfort and protection. It's made with certified organic cotton that wicks away moisture and has side panels with an extra-wide elastic band to keep the mattress pad in place. 

saatva mattress topper

Mattress topper

Each of our three premium mattress toppers was thoughtfully designed to elevate your sleep experience. Top off your mattress with a graphite, latex, or high-density foam mattress topper for added comfort. 

saatva waterproof mattress protector

Waterproof mattress protector

Protecting your mattress from spills, stains, and allergens is key to ensuring its longevity. Our waterproof mattress protector is made with an organic cotton knit that wicks away moisture with a non-rubbery waterproof barrier that allows airflow while effectively blocking liquids. 

Black Friday sheet sale FAQs

Need help choosing sheets? We're answering the most common Black Friday sheet sale questions to help you find the right sheet set for you.

Are 1,000 thread count sheets worth it?

Higher thread count has been associated with luxury for a long time when it comes to cotton sheets—but it turns out a higher thread count doesn't necessarily equate to higher quality.

Some manufacturers use thinner yarns twisted together to make it seem like their sheets have a higher thread count than they really do. This results in a higher thread count but doesn't give you a better sheet.

According to the National Sleep Foundation, the ideal thread count for cotton sheets is between 200 and 400. Sheets with a thread count in this range offer the right amount of breathability for cool sleep.

What is the best color for sheets?

The sheet color you choose is up to personal preference. That said, some colors can actually help you sleep better. Neutral earth tones, for instance, which are associated with nature, often have a relaxing effect.

Per the ancient art of feng shui, neutral hues are calming and promote positive energy. White sheets are also a good option since they can remind you of being at a hotel on vacation and, in turn, make you feel more relaxed.

What's more, if you have sensitive skin, it's a good idea to choose lighter-colored sheets, which are less dyed. That's because sensitive skin can react to dyes and fragrances in dark, bright, and vividly patterned sheets.

Brightly colored or patterned sheets can also be harder to keep looking nice than white sheets. Not only are stains more difficult to remove (because you can't use bleach), but popular benzoyl peroxide acne treatments can bleach the fabric, messing up the color or pattern of your sheets.

How much should I spend on sheets?

Long-staple cotton is one of the highest-quality options, as it's a breathable and durable material. High-quality percale cotton sheets cost between $50 and $150 for a queen set. High-quality sateen cotton sheets are also in the $50-$150 range. (Here's a primer on the differences between percale vs. sateen.)

Keep in mind that organic cotton sheets will cost you slightly more than regular cotton sheets. That's because organic cotton is more expensive to grow, harvest, and manufacture. Organic cotton sheets usually cost 20%-30% more than conventional cotton sheets.

Linen, meanwhile, is on the higher end of the price spectrum. Good-quality linen sheets cost anywhere from $200-$400 for a queen set (and sometimes even more).

On a budget? Sheets priced at $50 or less for a queen set are often poorly made and feel rough against your skin. Choose sateen over percale in this price range because it's typically softer—although cheap sateen sheets still won't last you as long as high-quality ones would.

What are the best sheet sets?

The best sheet sets are ones made from a high-quality, durable material (such as organic cotton) that will keep you cool and comfortable all night long. To ensure your sheet sets meet the highest standards, look for ones with third-party certifications. If the sheets are certified by the Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), for example, that means they meet strict environmental standards. 

What do sheet sets include?

Sheet sets typically include one flat sheet (also known as a top sheet), one fitted sheet, and two pillowcases. If you're buying a twin or twin XL sheet set, they may only come with one pillowcase since those bed sizes only accommodate individual sleepers.

What is the bottom sheet on a bed called?

The bottom sheet on a bed is called a fitted sheet. A fitted sheet is designed to fit cozily over your mattress. It has an elastic band sewn into the seam, allowing it to be snugly secured over the corners of your mattress. A fitted sheet helps protect against stains.

What are the coolest sheets?

Natural sheet materials sleep the coolest. Here's a rundown on the best sheets for cool sleep:

  • Cotton sheets: Cotton is the most popular sheet fabric—and for good reason. It offers excellent airflow and moisture-wicking properties. Organic cotton is more breathable than conventional cotton because organic cotton plants yield longer fibers, which result in a softer, cooler fabric. (Here's how to choose the best organic sheets.)
  • Linen sheets: Linen is another nice choice for cool sleep. High-quality linen is made from French or Belgian flax, which grows taller than other flax. The taller the flax, the longer the fibers—and longer fibers result in better breathability and moisture absorption. (Check out our guide to shopping for linen sheets.)
  • Bamboo sheets: Bamboo is a natural material made from the pulp of bamboo grass. Bamboo is soft, cooling, and hypoallergenic. It's also good at wicking moisture away from the body.
  • Lyocell sheets: Lyocell is most commonly known by its brand name, Tencel. It's a fabric that comes from the pulp of eucalyptus trees. It naturally absorbs moisture away from your skin as you sleep, making for a cool night's snooze.

Black Friday pillow sale FAQs

Not sure which pillow is best for you? Here are the answers to common Black Friday pillow sale questions so you can find your ideal match.

What is the healthiest pillow?

The healthiest pillow is one made from natural materials that are hypoallergenic and free of harmful chemicals. Good nontoxic materials to look for in a pillow include latex (in the fill) and organic cotton (in the cover).

To ensure you're truly getting a healthy pillow, check for third-party certifications, which ensure the product meets strict standards for health and safety. Good certifications to look for include GOTS and the OEKO-TEX Standard 100.

What is the best pillow for back sleepers?

The best pillow for back sleepers is one that's medium-thick. That will keep your head, neck, and spine properly aligned. A latex pillow is a good option for back sleepers. Its buoyancy and responsiveness excel at head and neck support—and it's a natural material that sleeps cool.

What is the best pillow for side sleepers?

The best pillow for side sleepers is one that's slightly thicker and firmer for optimal alignment. A memory foam pillow is a good option for side sleepers because it conforms to your unique shape and offers excellent pressure relief for your head, neck, and shoulders. Placing a pillow between your knees can also help keep your spine in neutral alignment while you sleep on your side.

What is the best pillow for stomach sleepers?

The best pillow for stomach sleepers is one that's on the thin side, about three inches thick in total. Anything thicker than that will put more strain on your neck and could potentially even cause lower back pain.

Sleeping face-down means your nose and mouth will be right up against the pillow—so choose a pillow filled with a hypoallergenic material, like latex or bamboo. You could also skip the pillow under your head altogether and instead place one under your belly and pelvis to help maintain your spine's natural curvature.

What's the best pillow for neck pain?

The best pillow for neck pain is one that keeps your head in a neutral position, with your neck perfectly aligned with your spine. Your pillow should fill the "gap" between your head, neck, and shoulders while you sleep. Memory foam and latex pillows are both great options for neck pain. They provide excellent comfort and support for not only your neck but your back and shoulders as well.

How do I pick the right pillow?

To choose the right pillow, it's important to match the pillow with your sleep habits and preferences. Here are three considerations to take into account when shopping for a new pillow:

  • Sleep style: The first thing to consider when buying a pillow? Your preferred sleep position. Your sleep position will determine the optimal pillow thickness to keep your head, neck, and spine in neutral alignment. Black sleepers should opt for a medium-thick pillow, side sleepers should choose a slightly thicker, firmer pillow, and stomach sleepers should choose as thin a pillow as possible. (Here's more advice on how to choose the best pillow for your sleep position.)
  • Pillow size: Next, figure out which pillow size is right for you. Standard pillows, which measure 20 x 26 inches, are suitable for most people, from tweens and teens to bigger-bodied adults. Standard pillows fit well inside queen size pillowcases. Super-standard pillows, which measure 20 x 28 inches, are another common option. They also fit easily into queen size pillowcases. Super-standard pillows are a good choice for combination sleepers, as the additional width gives you added support while you move around. The king-size pillow is the largest pillow size, measuring 20 x 36 inches. As you might have guessed, they make the most sense for king-size beds and fit nicely inside king-size pillowcases. They also work for people who have broad shoulders and need the extra width.
  • Pillow filling: Finally, it's time to select a pillow filling. Latex, which is all-natural and hypoallergenic, is responsive, breathable, and contours to your head and neck. Memory foam also provides good support thanks to its contouring abilities—however, traditional memory foam sleeps hot, so be sure to choose a memory foam pillow with a cooling material like graphite if you sweat in your sleep. Down, on the other hand, doesn't provide quite as much support for your head and neck.

Ready to do more holiday shopping over Thanksgiving weekend? We've put together more in-depth guides to help you get the best mattresses and bedding for your money:

christina heiser

Christina Heiser

Christina Heiser is the senior content manager at Saatva. She has held previous positions at Everyday Health, Women's Health, and L'Oréal. When she's not working, you can find Christina checking out the latest boutique fitness classes in New York City, cheering on her college basketball team (go Red Storm!), and trying new beauty and wellness trends.

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