All Pillow Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2020
Which company is it, I have the simba and this is also ment to have 10 years warranty.
Try code SLEEP60
Anyone able to get pillow for half price? Its showing 50% off pillows but doesn't take any money off at checkout. Have tried all codes as well.
Order 2 thank you
What is,the alternative that you recommend
Has anyone purchased these and tried them? Worth buying?
The reviews on these are terrible. Go flat within a few weeks.
I purchased 2 of these from dawsonsdirect, but went for cotton cover, lovely pillows so far, they were £8 each on ebay store Snuggledown Clusterfibre filling (100% Cotton Jacquard Cover) Pillow
Try Dunelm mill, I have this one https://www.dunelm.com/product/hotel-down-touch-pillow-1000162234?defaultSkuId=30675766 it's cheaper now than when I bought mine and only needs replacing now after a couple of years.
Best pillow I ever got was a buckwheat one, superb support my sore neck was sorted in no time, still using it 5 years later, think it cost about 30 quid and you can buy the buckwheat filling if you want to add more as well.
This is what I've read and what has put me off. I want it to last more than one year especially at the price.
Ordered this deal, couldn't justify the extra £125 (Emma key worker discount) for the added 200 night trial.
I have had a Simba mattress and I began to notice sinking after around 9 months. After 2 years the back pain for the missus and I was too much to deal with. You could definitely feel a ridge down the middle of the bed on the area that isn’t laid on. Simba will be coming out to measure the ‘sink’ after lockdown. I don’t hold out much hope though as I’ve heard they will always find the sag within acceptable levels. Here's an interesting Guardian piece about it. I now have an Emma mattress. I got it because they offer a 200 day trial at the moment. It is slightly thinner than the Simba. I can already feel the troughs developing. I suspect I will be returning at the end of the trial. My view is that all these ‘hybrid’ mattress are the same. They are the most comfortable mattress you’ve ever slept on for the first 6 months or so. After that they age very quickly and begin to sag. Each person will have a different tolerance to this sag of course but it’s not for me. The big issue is that reviews for these products are written in the honeymoon period. Very few people write reviews after having a product for a year or two. I will be buying some kind of pocket sprung mattress perhaps with a latex topper after this. Anyone have any recommendations?
Don’t get hung up on the discount being over shortyit ranges from month to month, is always on offer between 42% odd number and 30%. Emma are good mattresses at least for the short term and you get a trial per mattress you order not per person like other companies. Customer Service is okay, they did forget to process a refund on one mattress we got but did quickly once it was raised to them. one watch out and it’s not aimed at Emma themselves, two mattress in a box companies have went bust or planned to close recently, and it’s not clear what happens in the trials. Some of the mattresses can be bought from third party sellers which also have the trials so you might have a chance of getting your money back if something goes wrong. John Lewis are even price marching as well.
Yes. Have ordered the essential at this price via wowcher last week. May cancel and order the original at same price, on offer this week
How much should u pay thanks
They are free through a friend referral when buying a hybrid mattress. Through simba of course. You get 2.
They're an excellent pillow but as stated you shouldn't pay anywhere near this
These have been as low as £30 in the past.
Grabbed one of these the other week when they were £39. Best pillow i've ever used.
I just hope it doesn’t work being a false economical decision... Buy cheap, buy crap, have to buy again, effectively costing you more in the long run. Saying that, i’m still tempted to grab one!
For £3.75 I figured it was worth a shot :)
Purchased thanks OP. Reading the reviews aren’t that great but took a punt as a spare!
Was really tempted to get this for our two year old but the reviews are pretty poor...
Thanks, ordered. Was literally talking about getting one for my daughter a couple of hours ago and hey presto, a deal appears!
Bought this for £6 in Lidl today
offer doesn't exist?
Looks like it could be this https://www.marksandspencer.com/supremely-washable-medium-pillow/p/hbp60113579?color=WHITE
You got a link
Simba pillows use cubes in one of their pillows
Dam showing as £60 now. Need a new pillow
Yes, same for me. Shame.
It's showing £60 for me
You managed to reply without actually giving me an answer thank you....A simple yes this is a brilliant pillow and really worth the money especially as you spend a third of your life with your head on it would of been helpful
I have 2 of these still going strong after 7 years , not used all the time as very firm use with my other pillows, So I usually use this at the top for when i'm reading and under another pillow to sleep... They wash in the machine no problem and would still class as good as new...
As far as I'm concerned Tempur is leagues above all the others, especially their mattresses. I've got a comfort pillow which is great, my girlfriend was annoyed I spent £60 on a pillow, she can sleep anywhere and doesn't care, her words, yet this morning she laid on it for 3 hours and I'm now having to order another for her. Go figure. Don't know how good this particular pillow is though, but Tempur as a company are great. Edit: although, I do prefer Huawei to Samsung so (lol)
Anything that overpriced has to be perfect. Anything less than 5 stars on that product is negative as far as I'm concerned, so 62% negative reviews. That's my opinion! Judging by the temperature of this deal I'm not the only one who feels that way. Tempur make huge profits based purely on the name they got for supplying NASA. Others are equally as good if not better.
The link has 4 negative reviews out of 30. Do you check the actual reviews before buying or just look at the stars? Also assuming I purchase by choosing the highest priced items is so shallow and proves you didn't even read properly what I said before. But hey, everybody has the right to an opinion.
amazon.co.uk/dp/B000UYTG0Q/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_awdb_t1_tIdVEbEGKD63J Tempur reviews 3.5 out of 5 and £63 Cheap make 4.3 out of 5 and £26 When I buy things I don't click 'sort by price, most expensive first' then buy the first thing on the list. Buying smart is what this site is all about! I've had my cheap make memory foam contour pillows for over 5 years and they as good as new.
King size 10.5 tog for £15.91, nice thank you
Slumberdown, is that a town in Northern Ireland? XD
We have had a few duvets and pillows from them recently . The slumberdown duvets are very nice. Soft and fluffy . I find the high tog duvets work well even in heat don’t overheat you . The side sleeper pillows are working for me although they have flattened a lot. I would consider buying this for my son as he gets very hot.
Just ordered direct from JL, Sam price as the headline in this deal with no pricematching required.
My order's been cancelled, and funds refunded, email to TSadmin@steinhoffretail.co.uk, but also PayPal dispute, one of them worked.
I ordered from Bensons & also received an email for scheduled delivery 26/12/50, by which time I might be dead! After the comments of poor service from Bensons, I decided to cancel. Sent an email from the email address given on Bensons website (email@example.com) but no response. I called customer service today, was on hold for over an hour, to be told I could not cancel via telephone & I needed to cancel via this email address; TSadmin@steinhoffretail.co.uk Sent email, fingers crossed! Hope this helps others who wish to cancel
Figured might be like that hence my suggestion for the partner to try as well. I suppose is like going through with a big luggage when flying with Ryanair :)). If the lady at the desk is in a bad mood.. you might pay.
Price matching with John Lewis is very much a matter of pot luck. You can get different outcomes from different people.
I was debating on this when I saw it at the warehouse. Is it quite high to sleep on and firm? I have always had a Dunlopillo but the new ones I just can’t get along with they are too hard and too high. I have tried Simba and some others so don’t want to spend out on another that gets dismissed after first night.
Yesterday i purchased my pillows from Costco Reading. The queue to get in wasn’t bad at all. I had to wait for a few minutes to get inside. I arrived around 2pm in the afternoon. Generally I prefer my pillows really firm. On face value they are not firm. However they did support and neck well. I had a decent sleep night sleep last night using it. However it does take a while used to it. So I’m happy with my purchase.
I was there on Friday getting a food shop and needed petrol to get to work and took about 20 minutes to get in my local but once inside I could fly round get the stuff I needed and then the tills were empty rather than a normal day when you’re waiting to be served. it was probably worse being a bank holiday when I went as I would imagine doing in the last 2 hours of a night it wouldn’t be as busy.
Are these decent pillows to purchase?
I guess it depends on timing (middle of the day tends to be busier), but i've not seen anything like the toiley roll crises of March 2020
Tbh I really dont knw where to start....so many so its confusing
Wouldn't buy an open coil mattress (Miracoil) unless there was no alternative. For £350 you can definitely buy pocket sprung.
Same...but I only need the mattress
Miracoil is an obsolete spring system for mattresses. Save your money and look for Mirapocket/pocket spring.
Did do a quick check myself and couldnt see anything obvious this looks a great deal for king size
Invaluable for dogging
Good luck getting on a plane any time soon... (annoyed)
We uses one on an oversea flight on BA and they were fine with it, as long as it’s on the window seats. We used it for our little one, it was easier for him to sleep lying down. Personally I’d say completely useless for an adult, but practical for children.
Just so you know some airlines don't allow these e.g BA and Virgin, as they are considered an obstruction in case of emergency evacuation. However for those that do I'm guessing they make sleep much easier especially for children.
I can barely get my legs in the space, so I'm not sure putting my feet up is ever going to be an option!
Thanks I'm going to order the firm hopefully
i have 2 firm pillows as more supportive , not much difference between the medium or firm
Which one is better, firm or medium? I like quite an overfilled pillow normally. Memory foam pillows are way too hot for me
Had ours for 6 months , i have the medium & firm & still good fantastic i cant recommend them enough (y) always had a good nights sleep when stopped over in a Premier inn so i searched for the supplier.
Took your advice on these, they really are brilliant. Feel a lot more expensive than they are! Went for the soft and they're still a good balance of being supportive and giving that 'sinking in' sensation. I know it's subjective but personally these are comfier than the eve memory foam pillows and feel a lot like the ones you get in a Premier Inn. Big thumbs up!
Well i have had simba,Otty ,eve & emma and have to say eve was the best in bed by a long shot and also the best value to boot at £17.60 By the way Im victor Kiam and i was so impressed with the Eve pillows i bought the company ;)
Wrong thread, the code is for the eve website.
Aww no problem thanks for replying
I'm not sure what happened as I posted this a couple of days ago, but the comment has only appeared there recently. Unfortunately I think someone has beat you to it.
Says it's not valid
Got some like this before turned out to be small
I've purchased two from Lidl in the past - around £12 I think - and they've been great. I'd be doubtful about any internet one for the same price for obvious reasons. If you're new to these pillows bare in mind that there is a period where they're painful in the morning. They take some getting used to!
Just a word of warning i idi not found these comfortable because of the shape and quality of the foam itself
You need to pay around £40 for a decent one.anything cheap will be rubbish and just imitation of the real thing.
Be careful with these imitations, lots of them are just a sponge where you sink and don't rest.
Bought two of these after seeing this post (forgot to comment at the time), and we've been really pleased with them over the few weeks we've had them. I can echo the point made by a couple of people about delivery being quicker than originally notified as well. Overall, recommended if a similarly-priced offer comes up.
I find them too firm. The end
Looks like it's expired.
Although it's a fair comparison, it all comes down to preferences. I found the EVE ones to be miles better than OTTY and couldn't smell any chemical smell at all from them (They were great to use right out of the packaging with no airing). Also OTTY pillows are more expensive now than EVE at current prices. Online, OTTY pillows are £54.99 on the website (Not shipped til middle of June) and on eBay they appear to have vanished. I think if you have standard feather pillows then weather it's EVE, OTTY or another brand, there will be a significantly improved sleep for most people by using them. Just at this BOGOF price for EVE, I cant see OTTY competing for a very long time with prices like that (as it appears their warehouses are empty and they are awaiting new shipments so it could be months, if not next year when their prices are around the same prices they were on the previous deals posted here).
I've received my EVE pillows....they smell a bit chemically when you first open them but leave them for 24hrs and the smell dissipates. Have tried them for a few nights and they are ok. Will persevere with them for another week to give them a good test but I have to say I prefer my OTTY pillows which I got off a previous HUKD thread. The quality of the OTTY pillows is better than the EVE ones I feel and they also feel more supportive to me. So I'll probably be sending them back under the 30 day guarantee....but worth trying them with no risk as if they were 'game changing' pillows then i would have kept them. The OTTY pillows were previously available on a HUKD for £34.99 delivered for a pair (but that was before Covid19 pushed up the price of most things) and as it stands there are none available until June. I voted the deal hot as the price currently is good....and the 30 day no risk guarantee means you can return if not satisfied with them. Hopefully the pics below will highlight the difference between the pillows...I feel that the OTTY ones are better manufactured. That is just my opinion comparing the two brands.