Macy’s Is Having a Major Sale on Bedding Just in Time for Sleep Awareness Week

updated Mar 17, 2021
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If your sleep schedule has felt a little off these past few days after daylight savings time started, you’re not alone. That’s one reason why The National Sleep Foundation created Sleep Awareness Week, a campaign to help promote better sleep and its effects on overall health. The NSF has lots of resources you can check out to help you sleep well, including researched intel on creating the ideal sleep environment. It might seem obvious, but choosing the right mattress and bedding is chief among their recommendations. So, to celebrate Sleep Awareness Week, maybe take a little time to reimagine your bedding and take a more thoughtful approach to sleep wellness. If it’s time to upgrade the quality of your ZZZs, Macy’s has your back. Their latest sale offers up to 50 percent off sheets, comforters, and other sleep essentials — plus an extra 15 percent off select clearance items when you use promo code SPRING. We rounded up some of the best deals to help you improve your bedscape and get a great night’s sleep every. single. night.

1 / 10
was $160.00

These sheets from the Martha Stewart Collection made our Best List thanks to their cool, crisp feel and breathable thread count. They’re also exceptionally soft thanks to the long-staple cotton fibers they’re woven from. Just be sure to wash percale sheets without fabric softener, as it can actually damage them. But don’t worry, they’re soft enough without it!

2 / 10
was $50.00

Macy's exclusive Lauren Ralph Lauren pillows are among our favorites, and this extra-firm one is an excellent choice for side sleepers. It offers a good deal of support and doesn't lose its bounce over time.

3 / 10
was $600.00

If luxurious down comforters are your thing, this is a great deal to check out. This highly rated Hotel Collection Goose Down Comforter has a luxe feel but is also a good midweight comforter for year-round use. If your goal is to make your bedroom feel like a five-star hotel, consider this one to top off your setup.

4 / 10
was $60.00

This velvety blanket is light enough to use all year and has a silky border that stays cool to the touch. It's also available in a bunch of different colors and patterns if you're looking for something new to spruce up your bedding.

5 / 10
was $170.00

We've been big fans of these sheets ever since taking them for a test sleep last year. They're made from 100-percent Supima cotton for a super-silky, soft feel, and their elegant stripes and subtle sheen will make your bed look like it belongs in a fancy hotel.

6 / 10
was $100.00

Gel-infused cooling pillows are essential for most hot sleepers (especially during the summer), but they can be pretty expensive. This oversized version from SensorGel is an affordable option that stays cool on both sides and is filled with hypoallergenic memory foam.

7 / 10
was $170.00

We love the look of these Ralph Lauren striped sheets for summer. Since they're sateen, they're especially soft and have a silky luster. Sateen also tends to feel a tad heavier and thus drapes nicely, but these sheets are definitely still breathable enough for the warmer months.

8 / 10
was $400.00

While ideal for chilly nights, you'll probably end up wanting to sleep under Charter Club's Medium Weight Down Comforter year-round. Its baffle-box construction keeps the quality-down fill light and lofty, and the shell is made from 100-percent cotton.

9 / 10
was $180.00

This seriously soft Egyptian cotton blanket would be a luxe addition to any bedscape. It has a subtle chevron pattern that adds texture, and it's lightweight enough to be used as an extra layer — or even on its own if you're a hot sleeper.

10 / 10
was $90.00

A great mattress pad can revive an older mattress or protect and improve a brand new one. This one has a hypoallergenic fill and a quilted pattern to keep everything in place, even during washing.