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Shopping for sheets isn’t the easiest thing in the world. Good quality sheets are typically expensive, and they can feel one way in the store and very different after a wash. Luckily, these 100% Egyptian cotton sheets have garnered rave reviews—more than 1,900!— for everything from being incredibly soft to not shrinking and wearing well night after night.
And for only a few more hours, they’re $48 for a king set — that’s 51% off their list price of $98! It’s also on sale in queen size.
Made of a luscious sateen weave, these sheets are 600 thread count. What’s thread count, you say? It’s the number of threads that are woven into one square inch of fabric. Lots of people pay up for 1,000 thread count sheets, thinking the higher the thread count, the higher the quality.
But quality really comes down to the fiber—and these are made of long staple cotton, which is the best kind. Staple refers to how long the cotton fiber is; the longer the fiber, the softer, stronger and lighter weight the fabric feels. And this set feels amazing and wears well, as reviewers attest.
Raves one five-star fan: “These sheets are worth the price. They washed without shrinking. The elastic is made well and wraps tightly. The feel is what made me write a 5-star review. These are silky, soft, and cool to the touch. I’ve bought more expensive sheets and they’re in the back-up drawer — do yourself a favor and try these.”
Thanks to deep pockets, they fit mattresses up to 18 inches thick. So they’re perfect for pillow tops.
Sweaty sleeper? The breathable fabric is designed to wick away moisture, keeping you cool and dry. The set includes a flat sheet, fitted sheet and two pillowcases. Available in 11 colors. Sweet dreams indeed!
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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