I'm a sleep expert − these are the best New Year bedding deals

The best New Year bedding deals mean big savings

One of the best New Year bedding deals at Piglet in Bed - Sandstone Red Pembroke Stripe Linen Bundle - on a bed.
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If you know you need to upgrade your sleep, but you're a little strapped for cash over January, never fear: you can save big with the best New Year bedding deals. 

There are silky sateen sheets and crisp percale cottons, down pillows and fiberfill alternatives, as well as weighted blankets and cozy throws, all listed for less. You could even make a major saving on a big-ticket item, such as a brand new mattress. With so much on sale for so little, it can be hard to tell what is and isn't quality. 

That's where I come in. As H&G's resident sleep writer, I lead a team of expert testers. Together, we've slept under some of the best bed sheets money can buy, and tried the best mattress on the market. I've spent hours searching the web to bring you the best New Year bedding deals from the specialist sleep stores. 

As a shopping writer, I understand that the best deals aren't necessarily the cheapest, but those that offer the best value for money. Expertly made from organic materials, the best bedding doesn't come cheap. With that said, if you know where to look, you could save hundreds, even thousands, of dollars in the New Year sales. 

The Quick Links

There's so much on offer in the New Year sales. If you want to head straight for the deals, here are the quick links.

Mattress deals

Bed sheet deals

Comforter deals

Pillow deals

Blanket deals

After-Christmas bedding deals FAQs

Why is bedding so expensive?

While you do find a lot of cheap bedding, made from microfiber and stuffed with fiberfill, I take your point. Much of the best bedding is made from organic materials and treated with cooling gels or antimicrobial substances for safe and hygienic sleep. These processes take time and money to achieve, so it's hardly surprising that such premium bedding comes with a premium price tag. That's why it's worth taking advantage of the Boxing Day sales and bagging bedding at cut prices. 

Where can I buy the best bedding?

If I were you, I'd stick to the specialist sleep stores. Blankets are the only exception to the rule: you can pick up something pretty and practical from Anthropologie or West Elm. 

For a memory foam mattress that won't break the bank, try Nectar or Leesa, or head to Plushbeds to splurge on the best botanical beds. Cozy Earth make the best bamboo bed sheets, while Piglet in Bed have a great range of linen. Brooklinen make some of the best comforters on the market, suitable for sensitive sleepers and eco-conscious shoppers alike. The best pillows provide both comfort and support: try Boll & Branch for real down or Purple for breathable latex.  

Final thoughts

Over the next couple days you'll see all manner of home goods listed for less, from small kitchen appliances to smart home security. We're keeping track of all the biggest and best after-Christmas sales to save you time and money. 

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.