Quince’s First-Ever Sale Includes Our Favorite Cooling Sheets and the Away Suitcase Dupe That Keeps Selling Out

published Jun 18, 2024
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If you’ve been reading Apartment Therapy for a while, you’ve probably seen Quince come up more than once. If you aren’t already familiar with the clothing and home brand, let me tell you why our editors (including myself) are obsessed: It offers extremely low prices on high-quality goods. The retailer has hotel-quality linen sheets for only a little over $100 and a versatile carry-on for under $100, just to name a few. My teammates were blown away by both, like I was impressed with the brand’s bamboo duvet cover and stainless steel cookware.

I could keep going through the list of editor-loved Quince finds, but let me get right to it: You can snag the brand’s items at an even greater discount right now. For the first time ever, Quince is throwing a massive flash sale during which you can save up to 30%. Its prices were already budget-friendly, but now they’re ridiculously good. I’ve come up with all of the best home products you can score for less, including ones that’ve been editor-approved. Get them before they sell out!

1 / 8
Quince
$103.92
was $169.90

If you want to feel like you’re sleeping in a luxury hotel this summer, these linen sheets will give your bedroom exactly that vibe. “The linen has only gotten softer with each wash and shows no signs of wear,” our Commerce Director, Mark, wrote. “And I love that the sheets can be used all year round: They’ve kept me warm during the final days of winter, and because they’re so breathable, they’re ideal for the warmer days ahead.”

2 / 8
Quince
$89.90
was $119.90

This travel essential has it all: a removable laundry bag, an interior compression system, a TSA-approved combination lock, and smooth spinner wheels. According to Mark, who recommends this suitcase to everyone, this is the way to get “first-class luggage without a premium price tag.”

3 / 8
Quince
$71.92
was $229.00

Another fancy (yet affordable) bedding option? These bamboo sheets, which are perfect for summer. Social media director Rachel said that after countless nights of waking up from the heat, these sheets gave her a full night of rest. “Not only did I feel well-rested, but these sheets also actually had me questioning my other life choices,” her review reads. “What other simple day-to-day pleasures was I missing out on?!”

4 / 8
Quince
$49.90
was $59.90

It’s grilling season, so you might’ve already realized that your tools are in need of upgrading. This set is forged from heavy-duty stainless steel, includes long handles for safety, and is equipped with an ergonomic grip for comfort. You — or the grill master in your life — will appreciate this gem tremendously over the next few months and many other summers down the line.

5 / 8
Quince
$119.92
was $189.90

I don’t blame you if you want to go all in on linen bedding this summer, and this duvet cover set will make it so that the material is on full display. The moisture-wicking cover offers a raw edge for a laid-back look, and it gets softer with every wash.

6 / 8
Quince
$31.92
was $44.90

Anything that takes a spot on our Best List is worth it, and we determined that this gem is the best silk pillowcase for your skin. “This is better than other silk pillowcases for one main reason: the tiny zipper,” contribuor Maddie says. “I can easily slide my pillow inside and zip up the small, unobtrusive zipper to keep my pillow in place,” said our tester, who added that it’s “ultra-soft.”

7 / 8
Quince
$79.92
was $119.90

This find will upgrade your bedscape instantly with its soft feel and luxe look. This sateen set is made from organic cotton, boasts a 300 thread count, and has an all-around border detail that sets it apart from others on the market.

8 / 8
Quince
$119.92
was $184.90

The waffle texture of this duvet is beyond stunning, and so are the three dusty shades (as well as a neutral white) that it comes in. Linen is typically a costly material, so to cover your bed in it for a little over $100 is an absolute steal.