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.
- Plushbeds: $1250 off and $599 of free bedding
- Nectar: memory foam mattresses from $359
- Leesa: 25% off adult mattresses
- Cozy Earth: 20% off sitewide
- Luxome: last call on weighted blankets
- Piglet in Bed: save big on bedding bundles
- Brooklinen: up to 60% off sheets and quilts
- Parachute: up to 60% off sets and chams
- Boll & Branch: last call on sheets and cases
- Purple: save $100s on pillows and mattresses
- West Elm: up to 50% off in the Winter Sale
- Anthropologie: extra 40% off at checkout
Was $2,949, now $1,699 at Plushbeds
If you missed your chance to bag the Botanical Bliss at a bargain price last Black Friday, then you're in luck: the best luxury mattress is on sale again. This organic piece comes highly recommended by orthopedic specialists and eco warriors.
You can find more detail in our Plushbeds Botanical Bliss Organic Latex Mattress review.
Was $1,299, now $1,099 at Leesa
What this mattress lacks in motion isolation and edge support, it more than makes up for in plush comfort for back and side sleepers. It's not one of our favorites, but it's among the best affordable mattresses, and now it's listed for even less.
You can find more detail in our Leesa Memory Foam Mattress review.
Bed sheet deals
Was $389, now $271.20 at Cozy Earth
Naturally moisture-wicking and antimicrobial, bamboo bedding is designed to bust the bacteria that breeds in hot, damp environments, such as bedrooms. This set comes in every size, from Twin to California King, including Split King to suit couples who share a bed but not a sleep style.
Was $387, now $287 at Piglet in Bed
If you like to shop around for the very best price, or want to introduce some more color to your bedspread, this mix and match bundle lets you mix up various pieces of on-sale bedding. You can pick up a duvet cover, a pair of pillowcases, and a fitted or flat sheet for $100 less than listing price. They're some of our favorite linen sheets, too.
Was $363.00, now $272.25 at Brooklinen
Each fitted sheet, flat sheet, pillowcase and duvet cover in this bedding bundle is made from long-staple cotton and woven into sateen. That's why it feels so silky soft against your skin and how it catches the light to create that luminous sheen.
Was $259, now $220.15 at Brooklinen
This comforter is filled with recycled PET fibers, repurposed from plastic bottles, and wrapped in a cooling cotton shell. It comes in lightweight and ultra-warm options, but I recommend the all-season to suit every style of sleeper and sort of climate.
Was $599, now $479.20 at Cozy Earth
If you tend to sleep cool, or you want to cuddle up in the colder months, you'd get a lot of use out of a Mulberry Silk comforter. This piece is naturally thermoregulating to keep you just the right side of warm and dry. Sure, it's a little tricky to wash, but it's easy to freshen: just hang it outside in direct sunlight.
Was $289, now $231.20 at Parachute
This comforter is filled with down alternative, which makes it suitable for sensitive sleepers and vegan shoppers alike. It's wrapped in cozy brushed cotton for touchable texture and pintuck-stitched to add depth and dimension.
Was $65, now $55.25 at Brooklinen
These pillows are filled with down alternative fibers from repurposed plastic bottles and double-stitched at the edges for durability. You can pick up a single pillow or shop them in sets of 2 or 4 to suit bigger beds.
Was $199, now $159.20 at West Elm
This blanket comes in shades of olive green, terracotta, and natural flax to complement any bedroom color palette. You could layer this blanket over or under your sheets and comforter for warmth in the winter months.
Was $155, now $130 at LUXOME
This isn't a huge discount, but it's a great product. I just finished testing it and now I'm a total weighted blanket convert. Each piece is filled with thousands of tiny glass beads, evenly distributed to offer soothing comfort without paralysing you in the night.
Was $148, now $65.97 at Anthropologie
Crochet construction and tailing tassels add interest to this otherwise plain white blanket. It would look just as good draped across the end of your bed as it would wrapped around a sofa seat. The extra 40% off in basket on top of the sale price means you can save more than $80.
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.
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.
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Before she joined Homes & Gardens, Emilia studied English at the University of Oxford, where she sharpened her critical writing skills. She also worked on the other side of the aisle writing press releases for regional newspapers and crafting copy for Sky. Emilia combines her business savvy with her creative flair as our eCommerce Editor, connecting you with the products you’ll love. When she’s not in the office, Emilia is happiest when entertaining friends al fresco or out in the country.
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