July bedding sales − the best deals from the biggest brands

Make the most of the Amazon Prime Day bedding sales and score major savings on sheets, pillows, quilts, and comforters

(Image credit: Amazon)

When you shop the bedding sales, you can upgrade your bed on a budget. I've found sheets, shams, quilts, comforters and pillows to suit every style of bedroom and every size of budget.

July is a great time to shop for bedding. You've also got Amazon Prime Day right in the middle of the month, where you could score major savings on brands as diverse as Bedsure and Vera Wang. Cozy Earth is running their own site-wide summer sale across their enviable range of breathable, sustainable bedding. There are plenty of deep discounts hidden across major retailers, as well as specialist sleep stores, and it's my job to dig up the best deals.

Before I started as H&G's specialist sleep writer, I was a price tracker. I surfed the sites of the biggest bedding brands to report on the deepest discounts day in, day out. That's how I know all the best places to buy bedding, as well as where − and when − to shop to get the best deals.

July bedding sales – selected by a sleep editor

You can trust Homes & Gardens. Our expert reviewers spend hours testing and comparing the latest products, helping you choose the best for you. Find out more about how we test.

With so much listed for so little, it's easy to feel spoiled for choice. That's why I've hand-picked a few of my favorite deals to suit different sleepers. I've found the best bed sheets for hot sleepers, the best duvet inserts for a beautiful bedspread, and the best pillow for every sleep position. You can shop from my shortlist or browse the best of the bedding sales below.

Sheet set deals

Mellanni Queen Sheet Set | Was $50.97, now $29.72 at Amazon
Affordable

Mellanni Queen Sheet Set | Was $50.97, now $29.72 at Amazon

The world's best affordable bed sheets are back on sale for Amazon Prime Day. This bestselling sheet set boasts more than 250,000 five-star reviews on Amazon, praising their wrinkle-resistance and smooth, soft finish,

Cozy Earth Bamboo Sheet Set | Was $339.00, now $220.35 at Cozy Earth
Natural cooling

Cozy Earth Bamboo Sheet Set | Was $339.00, now $220.35 at Cozy Earth

When you shop with the code HOMES&GARDENS, you can access deep discounts on luxury bamboo bedding. I started sampling these sheets in the spring, but they've really come into their own this summer. Each sheet is soft on your skin and cool to the touch.

Premium Smooth Supima Cotton Bed Sheet Set | Was $284.00, now $213.00 at The Company Store
Strong and soft

Premium Smooth Supima Cotton Bed Sheet Set | Was $284.00, now $213.00 at The Company Store

These Supima cotton sheets are strong, soft, and American-made. They come in every size, from Twin to California King, including deep pocket options to accommodate thicker mattresses, in a whole host of cute colors.

Piglet in Bed Mix & Match Linen Bundle | Was $387.00, now $277.00 at Piglet in Bed
Stylish

Piglet in Bed Mix & Match Linen Bundle | Was $387.00, now $277.00 at Piglet in Bed

Piglet in Bed produces cute prints and patterns in a wide range of shades, so that you can make a bespoke bedspread. Their Mix & Match Linen Bundle offers total creative control – you pick the shade and size of each piece.

Sijo AiryWeight Eucalyptus Sheet Set | Was $185.00, now $148.00 at Sijo
Antimicrobial

Sijo AiryWeight Eucalyptus Sheet Set | Was $185.00, now $148.00 at Sijo

If you're a hot sleeper, or you prefer to sleep on natural fibers, then these are the sheets for you. Eucalyptus is moisture-wicking and antimicrobial, built to bust the bacteria that breeds in warm, damp environments, such as bedrooms, while keeping you cool and dry.

Comforter deals

Bedsure Comforter | Was $41.99, now $18.99 at Amazon
Down alternative

Bedsure Comforter | Was $41.99, now $18.99 at Amazon

This is one of the best-rated duvet inserts on Amazon, with more than 50,000 verified five-star reviews. Happy customers praise the comfort, cooling, and value for money of the Bedsure Comforter, though a few shoppers note that it lacks a little of the loft of real down.

Cozy Earth Silk Comforter | Was $649.00, now $421.85 at Cozy Earth
Real silk

Cozy Earth Silk Comforter | Was $649.00, now $421.85 at Cozy Earth

Even at a $200 discount, this comforter is still seriously expensive, but that's the price you pay for real silk. This comforter is Sumptuously spun from Mulberry silk and dyed in any number of cool neutrals to complement your color palette. Remember to use the code HOMES&GARDENS to make the most of your discount.

Company Conscious Down Comforter | Was $389.00, now $291.75 at The Company Store
All-season

Company Conscious Down Comforter | Was $389.00, now $291.75 at The Company Store

This medium-weight comforter should be suitable for hot and cold sleepers and warm and cool climates alike. The Company Conscious Comforter is filled with a unique blend of virgin and recycled duck down to maximize fluff and minimize waste, so that you can sleep easy.

Buffy Cloud Comforter | Was $195.00, now $156.00 at Buffy
Active cooling

Buffy Cloud Comforter | Was $195.00, now $156.00 at Buffy

This down alternative comforter looks and feels like the real thing. Filled with fine fill fibers, each of which is thinner than an eyelash, then encased in eucalyptus lyocell, the Buffy Cloud Comforter combines the loft and lightness of duck and goose feathers with the cooling properties of eucalyptus.

Pillow deals

Tempur-Pedic Memory Foam Symphony Pillow | Was $119.00, now $78.00 at Amazon
Plush foam

Tempur-Pedic Memory Foam Symphony Pillow | Was $119.00, now $78.00 at Amazon

This dual-sided pillow is designed to suit all sleep positions. One side is gently arched to cradle the neck and shoulders of back and side sleepers, while the other is flat to suit stomach sleepers. This is the sort of pillow that would go well in a guest room: your friends need only flip to find the perfect pillow.

Cozy Earth Silk Pillow | Was $299.00, now $194.35 at Cozy Earth
Soft and squishy

Cozy Earth Silk Pillow | Was $299.00, now $194.35 at Cozy Earth

Let's put that price into context: you're paying for Mulberry silk, bamboo viscose, expert craftsmanship, and sustainable practice. When you put it like that, $195 seems like a steal. After all, silk is naturally cooling and hypoallergenic, ideal for hot sleepers, though this pillow might be a little soft for stomach sleepers.

Woolroom Deluxe Washable Wool Pillow | Was $169.98, now $135.98 at Woolroom
Organic

Woolroom Deluxe Washable Wool Pillow | Was $169.98, now $135.98 at Woolroom

An adjustable pillow is just the thing for guest rooms and fussy sleepers. The Woolroom Deluxe Washable Wool Pillow makes it easy to find your ideal pillow height and feel − all you need to do is reach down inside the case to remove and replace handfuls of organic wool.

Brooklinen Down Pillow | Was $109.00, now $92.65 at Brooklinen
Fluffy luxe

Brooklinen Down Pillow | Was $109.00, now $92.65 at Brooklinen

If you want a fluffy pillow to form a beautiful bedspread, then you should narrow the search to real down. There are thousands of tiny air pockets between the feathers, which retain heat and maintain loft. Eco-conscious shoppers can rest assured that Brooklinen down is certified by the Responsible Down Standard.

The Marlow Pillow | Was $65.00, now $41.65.00 at Brooklinen
Adjustable

The Marlow Pillow | Was $65.00, now $41.65.00 at Brooklinen

Like I said, I love an adjustable pillow, but they can get messy. Oftentimes, during testing, I find myself searching for somewhere to store surplus fluff or an extra insert. The Marlow Pillow is the easiest adjustable pillow on the market – all you need to do is push and pull the zippers to let air into and out of the pillow.

Blanket deals

Cozy Earth Cuddle Blanket | Was $360.00, now $234.00 at Cozy Earth
Plush and weighty

Cozy Earth Cuddle Blanket | Was $360.00, now $234.00 at Cozy Earth

As soon as I finished testing the Cozy Earth Cuddle Blanket, my sister commandeered it for use in her own room: she loves the look and feel of the faux fur. This blanket is just the thing for cool sleepers who want to cuddle up on cold nights.

Cotton Matelasse Throw Blanket | Was $149.00, now $126.65 at Brooklinen
Summer throw

Cotton Matelasse Throw Blanket | Was $149.00, now $126.65 at Brooklinen

To add depth and dimension to a bedspread without the extra weight, all you need is a light blanket. This cotton throw features a Matelasse weave, which is a traditional technique that intertwines threads to create a quilted effect without stitching. It's totally timeless and would look just as good draped across your sofa as spread over the edge of your bed.

Mariposa Supersoft Organic Cotton Blanket | Was $168.00, now $117.60 at Coyuchi
Organic

Mariposa Supersoft Organic Cotton Blanket | Was $168.00, now $117.60 at Coyuchi

Like everything at Coyuchi, this throw blanket is made from 100% organic materials and richly detailed for conscious, characterful charm. You can shop it in Bone, Aqua, or Gray Multi-Stripe.

Bedding sales FAQs

Why is bedding so expensive?

Not all bedding is expensive, but I take your point: it can be hard to justify spending hundreds of dollars on sheets and shams. That's why I tend to steer clear of the luxury design houses, where you pay less for a product and more for a brand name.

The best bedding should be reasonably priced, when you consider the time and money that goes into making it. You're paying for premium fabrics, artisan craftsmanship, and timeless style.

If you're tight on time and money, and you need new bedding at a cut price, your best bet is a set of the best affordable bed sheets. Bedding bundles from big-name brands, such as Saatva and Sijo, deliver premium performance without the premium price tag.

When is Amazon Prime Day?

This year, Amazon Prime Day falls on 16-17 July. It's the best time to bag bedding from big-name brands and smaller storefronts at bargain prices.

Final thoughts

Now that you've made it to the end of this article, you might be wondering where all the mattress pads, toppers, and protectors are. These deals live with mattress sales, along with the deepest discounts from this month's mattress sales: I've seen as much as $1,600 off a luxury latex bed.

If you've got expensive taste, and you're looking to save on sheets and shams, I recommend you shop the luxury bedding sales at Bloomingdale's. I've seen bedding bundles from Frette, Sferra, and Matouk, all listed for less.

Emilia Hitching
Sleep Editor

Emilia is our resident sleep writer. She spends her days tracking down the lowest prices on the best bedding and spends her nights testing it out from the comfort of her own home – it's a dream job. Her quest to learn how to sleep better has taken her all around the world, from mattress factories in Arizona to sleep retreats in Scandinavia. Before she joined Homes & Gardens, Emilia studied English at the University of Oxford. She also worked on the other side of the aisle, writing press releases for regional newspapers and crafting copy for Sky.