Sheets aren’t cheap. Well, the good ones aren’t. Having spent the past year testing bed sheets at prices ranging from $100 to $500 for our guide to the Best Bed Sheets, I can confirm that if you want sheets that will hold up over time and are made with better materials than rayon and microfiber, you’re going to have to shell out anywhere between $150 and $300. Crazy, right? But like anything else, once you invest in the good stuff, you realize spending a little more is worth it. Especially since you spend at least six hours a day on your sheets (when my doctor asks, I say eight hours).

Quince makes several of our favorite high-quality sheets and pillowcases that don’t break the bank. Their European linen is a better price than you’ll find almost anywhere, and softer than cheaper linens, too. I also love Quince’s silk pillowcase, which has a better weight and price than you’ll find elsewhere.

Don’t miss your chance to get these great sheets for even cheaper than usual. Quince’s sale is for today only starting at 8 am ET, so don’t sleep on it—buy these sheets and sleep on those instead.

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Quince makes our favorite affordable linen sheet set, full stop. Many other linen sheets we liked cost anywhere from $300 to more than $400, but Quince’s linen is much lower priced, at usually only $170. These sheets are softer than other linen we tried, but they run a little warmer than other linen. Still, you should be plenty comfortable unless you’re a superhot sleeper. Quince also has a bamboo linen sheet set ($150) we like, but it’s sadly not on sale.

Former WIRED reviewer Haley Sprankle raved about these sheets being the perfect combination of lightweight and sumptuous. WIRED reviewer Medea Giordano liked these too, and she doesn’t usually like sleeping on sateen sheets. These sheets weren’t too hot, either, which can be an issue with sateen’s three-over-one weave pattern, which gives it its silky texture. We tested the signature set, but Quince’s border version is on sale and adds a light blue, gray, or black trim to the sheets.

Stack of blue bamboo sheets and pillowcases

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Quince’s bamboo sheets are lovely to sleep on. They’re cool without being icy, and warm up as you lie in them without becoming super hot. Bamboo is known to be a little cooler than other materials, and these sheets have a nice weight to them without feeling like there isn’t any airflow. Quince’s bamboo sheets use a sateen weave pattern, which makes them silky but not as airy as other sheets. These sheets come in a ton of gorgeous colors and are made with bamboo viscose.

Quince Pillowcase Deals

Overhead view of pillow in white silk case on top of a beige comforter

Photograph: Nena Farrell

You might be thinking to yourself: eight bucks off? That’s not very exciting. But you’re wrong! Silk is measured by momme, which is the weight of the silk, rather than thread count. Quince’s silk pillowcase is 22 momme, putting it at a middle range, since you usually find silk pillowcases between 19 and 25 momme. But other silk pillowcases I tried that were only 19 momme cost more than Quince or charged the same amount. So you get a better weight for cheaper than you’d find worse silk pillowcases. Silk pillowcases didn’t solve all my hair problems, but they’re great at helping your hair and skin retain moisture at night.


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