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StyleWell Cotton Comforter & Quilts Sets: 3-Piecec Full/Queen EXPIRED

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HomeDepot has select StyleWell Cotton Comforter & Quilts Sets on sale starting at $15.99 when you apply promo code BEDBATH20 at checkout. Select free store pickup where stock permits. Otherwise, shipping is free on $45+ orders. Thanks rsvpd
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Home Depot has select StyleWell Cotton comforter sets from $15.99 w/ BEDBATH20; discount is reflected in cart. Select free store pickup. Shipping is free on orders of $45+
  • 2-Piece Twin $15.99 - OOS
  • 3-Piece Full/Queen $19.19
  • 3-Piece King $22.39 - OOS
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No go for me with the poly fill. Maybe the SD community can recommend a 100% cotton fill quilt for under $100. The best I can find are during Dillard's sales for like $70 but that's very much YMMV.
down fill was the fit for me. I picked up this one from Kohls https://www.kohls.com/product/prd...sp?prdPV=2 for about $50 for king size for Christmas and got $15 kohls cash (which I personally dislike) to use later.

I just picked up the https://www.homedepot.com/p/Home-.../308172181 for $30 (after tax) to wrap it up. The 400 TC was sold out or I would have gotten that one.
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made in pakistan ... doesnt look too good
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You're best off getting a down/down alternative cotton comforter with cotton duvet cover since most quilts on the market right now are at least 20% polyester mix or 100% polyester fill.

We got ours off Amazon for $60 (queen) when we bought our Zinus mattress.
I'll check that out next time I'm at the department store. If you're willing to pay, there are great 100% cotton fill quilts out there that actually have weight instead of the thin as sheet quilts for cheap.
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down fill was the fit for me. I picked up this one from Kohls https://www.kohls.com/product/prd...sp?prdPV=2 for about $50 for king size for Christmas and got $15 kohls cash (which I personally dislike) to use later.

I just picked up the https://www.homedepot.com/p/Home-.../308172181 for $30 (after tax) to wrap it up. The 400 TC was sold out or I would have gotten that one.
Thanks for the info. Comforters are hardly used in our home given how warm it is where we're at. Otherwise I agree with you that there are more comforter deals than quilt deals. I usually see a surplus at Macy's clearance etc. locally. They can't get rid of them.
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It's pretty good. I bought a set about a month ago.
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down fill was the fit for me. I picked up this one from Kohls https://www.kohls.com/product/prd...sp?prdPV=2 for about $50 for king size for Christmas and got $15 kohls cash (which I personally dislike) to use later.

I just picked up the https://www.homedepot.com/p/Home-.../308172181 for $30 (after tax) to wrap it up. The 400 TC was sold out or I would have gotten that one.
Home Depot one is Duvet cover set - not a comforter set - ( I was mistaken by price ) . But nice find
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I'll check that out next time I'm at the department store. If you're willing to pay, there are great 100% cotton fill quilts out there that actually have weight instead of the thin as sheet quilts for cheap.
Yeah, we've got one that's maybe 1.8", 100% cotton in/out and it's extremely toasty while still being breathable. But it was a gift, and looking at those prices, you're absolutely right about the "willing to pay" piece, haha.
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No go for me with the poly fill. Maybe the SD community can recommend a 100% cotton fill quilt for under $100. The best I can find are during Dillard's sales for like $70 but that's very much YMMV.
I bought this one from amazon in 2014, It is still in good condition.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B003G2ZVSK?psc=1&ref=ppx_pop_mob_b_asin_title
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