The very best bedding deals are happening right now during Cyber Monday. Prices are at their lowest (yes, some are even better than Black Friday!) so it’s smart to stock up—especially if you need an extra set for family and friends visiting over the holidays.
Bedding is one of those things I’ve started to pay a lot more attention to these past few years. I never thought I’d be the type of person to own more than two sets of sheets or pillows, but here I am with at least five sheet sets and six pillows in my linen closet. While I look at fabrics and colors, my credit card is looking at my bank account. For something so utilitarian, they’re surprisingly very expensive.
Given my propensity to collect bedsheets like it's my hobby, here are the 12 best Cyber Monday bedding deals I've got my eyes on.
1. Gap Home
Gap's Home line is surprisingly great, though that shouldn’t come as a huge shock given the iconic brand's DNA. As you’d expect, there are lots of great cotton and chambray bedding, plus tons of stripes and soft blues. And while prices are already reasonably priced, saving 20 percent during Cyber Monday isn’t too bad.
Discount: 20 percent off
What to shop:
1. Gap Home Washed Frayed Edge Organic Cotton Quilt (Full/Queen),
2. Gap Home Solid Percale Easy Care Sheet Set (Queen),
3. Gap Home Yarn Dyed Washed Chambray Stripe Reversible Organic Cotton Comforter Set (Full/Queen),
Discount: Up to 30 percent on linen bedding, and alpaca throws at $130
Linen bedding is up to 30 percent off and alpaca throws are on sale for $130 at The Citizenry during its Cyber Monday Cozy Classics event. Both deals are unheard of, and you can trust we’ve already got some pieces in our carts.
Discount: 20 percent off sitewide now through November 29 with the code ENJOY20
Our team is divided on linen sheets, but we all agree that Cultiver makes some of the prettiest ones. With a wide color range for endless mixing and matching, each set is pre-washed so it’s already super soft by the time it touches your bed. And for those who want to live their linen dreams, Cultiver also makes our Resident Hana Asbrink’s favorite apron, which happens to be a thoughtful gift idea for any home cook in your life. During Cyber Monday, it’s offering 20 percent off sitewide—which you can stack on top of existing sale prices.
Discount: Up to 50 percent off, plus free shipping
Nordstrom is having a HUGE Cyber Monday sale, offering up to 50 percent off on categories like home goods, beauty and style—but its bedding selection is particularly good. You can shop brands like Casper, Stijo, Rumpl, Ugg, and of course, Nordstrom’s own brand, and score free shipping, too.
Discount: 25 percent off entire order with code CYBERWEEK, plus get a throw blanket on orders $300+
In addition to 25 percent off your entire order, you can snag a free throw blanket on any order above $300—which isn’t that hard to hit once you start browsing Boll & Branch’s silky-smooth percale and warm, cozy flannel.
Discount: Extra 50 percent off sale items
Few sales let you stack discounts, but Anthro (and Cultiver) are exceptions. During its latest sale, you can take an additional 50 percent on sale items to save even more—and there’s no code needed either.
What to shop:
1. Amber Lewis for Anthropologie Striped Reyes Duvet Cover,
2. Reversible Airy Gauze Duvet Cover,
3. Woven Natalya Duvet Cover,
Discount: 20 percent off everything except for Last Call and Spaces through Tuesday, November 30
One of my fave bedding brands, Brooklinen, is having its biggest sale of the year. Usually, there’s a 10 percent discount for new email signups or a 15 percent discount for major holidays like July 4th, but the biggest sale happens during cyber week. Now through November 30, you can save 20 percent on everything except for last call and Spaces.
Discount: Up to 40 percent off pillows
Marlow is a new pillow brand from the same team behind Brooklinen, and it’s already taken the throne as my favorite pillow. This ingenious pillow uses zippers to adjust the loft, replacing the manual process of removing and adding shredded foam. You can usually save a bit if you buy two pillows at the same time, but during Cyber Monday, the discount gets even steeper.
Discount: 20 percent off sitewide with the code HOLIDAY21
Riley’s percale sheets are my absolute favorite sheets for warm temps—they’re cool to the touch and stay that way all through the night. They feel like nice sheets you’d find at a hotel, and if you grab a set in white along with a cozy waffle-knit robe and towels, you can transform your bedroom and bathroom in a flash. A standard set includes just a fitted sheet and two pillowcases, which I love because I don’t use a flat sheet—and don’t want to pay for one either.
Discount: Up to $1,000 off orders $5,000+ and free shipping through December 5 with code CM21
While not a bedding brand, DTC furniture brand Burrow makes a great sleep kit that includes a memory foam topper, custom sheets sized to fit its Nomad couches (which still fits non-Burrow couches, I’ve tried!), blanket, pillow, pillowcase, and eye mask. It’s perfect for overnight guests crashing on the couch (mine gets a lot of use during the holidays) and everything neatly rolls up into its own carrying case. Burrow is having a Cyber Monday sale with up to $1,000 off and free shipping on all orders, but if you like to wait until the last minute, you can continue to save well into December.
Discount: 20 percent off of everything (including Last Call!) through November 29th at 11:59 p.m. PST. Exclusions on bed frames, Chris Earl, Courant, Fortessa, Hatch, Jono Pandolfi, Maileg, & OEUF, and gift cards.
Another bedding fave, Parachute is also discounting everything—including sale items, which are already up to 50 percent off—by 20 percent online and in-store during Cyber Monday; the only exclusions are its bed frames and non-Parachute-branded items like Hatch and Courant.
Discount: 20 percent off bedding bundles
If you’re looking for a one-stop deal, Leesa’s bedding bundles are 20 percent off and includes a duvet, duvet cover, pillows, and sheets. So basically, everything except for a mattress—which are up to $600 off, if you’re in the market for one. I had the Original memory foam mattress for years and felt like I was sleeping on a cloud every night.