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It’s no secret that we test a lot of pillows here at Apartment Therapy. After years of sleeping on pillows of every make, model, and feel, there are a few that stand out. One brand in particular is the Lauren Ralph Lauren Logo pillow, which is not only plush and made to last, but is also wallet-friendly. What’s not to love? As a matter of fact, I’m here to tell anyone who will listen that this pillow is currently on sale (along with tons of other items) during Macy’s One Day sale.
One of our AT editors goes in depth about this dreamy pillow with a dedicated review here, but we’ll go ahead and sum it up. First of all, it’s super Comfortable (yes, with a capital C). It has a down alternative fill that’s just as plush and luxurious as the real thing, except it’s perfect for anyone with allergies or sensitive skin. You can choose between three different densities, a customization that isn’t always available with just any pillow. In our experience, the extra-firm option seems to be a winner for side sleepers (although our editor who occasionally sleeps on her stomach found the same amount of comfort in this position). Don’t be scared off by the “extra firm” name — it’s the perfect combination of supportive and comfy, and it definitely does not feel like laying on a brick.
The cherry on top is that this pillow is super budget-friendly — especially compared to other pillows of the same quality. It’s typically retails at $20, but it’s pretty much always marked down at Macy’s. It doesn’t have the bells and whistles of pillows that cost four times that amount, but most people don’t usually need those extra features. It gets the job done — and really well, I might add. During this Macy’s home sale, the pillow’s price has been slashed down to $15.99 from $24 — over 30 percent off! Grab two for your bed, and maybe add a few more for the guest room or to share the love with friends and family deserving of a pillow upgrade. Sharing is caring, after all!