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A good set of sheets can make all the difference between a comfy night's sleep and tossing and turning until the alarm goes sounds. Unfortunately, getting quality sheets can cause your wallet to take a serious hit — but not today.
For Memorial Day, Amazon has slashed prices by an extra 40% on the mega-popular Hotel Sheets Direct Bamboo Sheets. With an on-page coupon, you can score a set of these fan-favorite cooling sheets for $57 (was $95).
Why are these sheets a hit with so many people? For starters, they're made from 100% bamboo-derived viscose for an incredibly soft feel. They're also thermoregulated to help keep you cool and wick away sweat for sleepers who tend to run hot. Meaning, you won't wake up a sweaty mess.
The Hotel Sheets Direct Bamboo Sheets have deep pockets and all-around elastic, so no more struggling to get your fitted sheets over your sizable mattress. They're even made with anti-pilling material, so you won't get random fuzzies on your sheets after a few washes.
This must-have set features two pillow cases, a flat sheet and a deep fitted sheet to meet all your bedding needs. Choose from 15 different colors, including classic white, light blue, grey and burgundy, in a range of sizes, from twin to California king.
These sheets have an army of fans who can't stop raving about everything from the feel to the fit. "Just holding these angelic sheets you can tell it’s the real deal. The golden spun angel hair fibers straight from God himself," a five-star fan wrote. "Bamboo feels like butter dripping over a cherub’s buttocks. Bamboo feels like French fries taste out of the fryer. Bamboo feels like rayon, jersey, microfiber and silk had a child and it was perfect. Buy the sheets. Trust me."
A fellow happy customer called these "the softest, most comfortable sheets I have ever slept on." They continued: "I sleep really warm. I literally have three fans pointed at me every night. Despite the hurricane force winds hitting me, I often wake up sweaty and gross in the middle of the night. I'd done some reading that indicated that bamboo sheets breathe better than cotton and other blends as well as having moisture wicking properties, so I figured I'd try some. The price point on these was right, and the reviews are good. I bought two sets in dark grey. Let me tell y'all something. These sheets are BOMB. I have never slept so comfortably. You need these. Buy them. Now."
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