- 1 The best pillow for stomach-sleepers
- 2 A comfy crib mattress
- 3 A smart night-light to keep monsters at bay
- 4 Sleep easily
- 5 A simple shower curtain liner
- 6 The softest towel we tested
- 7 Hotel-quality bath mat at home
- 8 Why Your Kids Can’t Sleep, and How to Help
- 9 Inexpensive Improvements to Any Bathroom (Even if You Rent)
- 10 5 Ways to Beat Coronavirus Anxiety So You Can Sleep
- 11 How to Make Sleeping Together Suck Less
- 12 Related
The best pillow for stomach-sleepers
Sleep Number PlushComfort Pillow Ultimate Standard
Deal price: $40 with code BEDDING50; street price: $80
Telling someone you’re a stomach-sleeper is the fastest way to get lectured on better sleeping positions. But stomach-sleepers don’t need the sass—what they need is a pillow that will support their necks while they sleep in their preferred position. The Sleep Number PlushComfort Pillow does just that. It’s a customizable down-alternative option that’s softer than shredded foam, making it perfect for sleepers who need less loft. Though Sleep Number doesn’t accept returns, it does offer a 30-day free exchange policy and provides a five-year warranty on its pillows. Although most of the deals we see for the PlushComfort Pillow are buy one, get one 50% off, this deal is one of the few we’ve seen for a single pillow. The discount code BEDDING50 brings the price of one pillow down to $40 and doesn’t lock you in to buying more than one, so this is a good opportunity to snag a great pillow for less.
Read our review of the best bed pillows.
A comfy crib mattress
Naturepedic Organic Cotton Lightweight Classic Crib Mattress
Deal price: $215 with code WC17; street price: $260
Your kids deserve a good night’s sleep, and—even if they’re too young to tell you—they’ll appreciate a soft and comfortable crib mattress. If finding an organic mattress is a priority for you, the Naturepedic Organic Cotton Lightweight Classic is a good choice. It’s certified organic, waterproof, and made without traditional fire retardants (while still meeting federal flammability standards). And it’s considerably more affordable than other, similar organic crib mattresses. This is the first discount we’ve ever posted for this mattress, making now as good a time as any to pick up a new mattress for your kid. Just be sure to use the code WC17 at checkout before the deal expires on August 24.
Read our review of the best crib mattresses.
A smart night-light to keep monsters at bay
Echo Dot Kids Edition + Echo Glow Bundle
Deal price: $50; street price: $90
If your young ones are afraid of the dark and routinely wake you in the middle of the night to check for monsters under the bed, set up a smart night-light in their room to ward them off. With smart lighting devices like the Amazon Echo Glow, you can ease your kid to sleep at night by setting a countdown to bedtime. The Echo Glow emits 16 different colors, and it can be programmed and controlled with your phone by way of an Amazon Echo device. This particular deal brings the price of the Echo Dot Kids Edition (available in light blue and rainbow) and the Echo Glow down to $50. This also happens to be the first discount we’ve posted for the night-light, making now a great time to pick up the bundle, if you’ve been looking for ways to lull your kids to sleep at night.
Read how to use smart lights to help your kids get to bed.
LectroFan White Noise Machine (white)
$32 with clipped on-page coupon; street price: $45
Unfortunately, the price of this item has risen and it’s no longer a deal. For more deals information, check out our Deals page.
Do the sounds of the house settling at night keep you up past your bedtime? Since it’s definitely not the boogeyman, you might want to invest in a white noise machine to block out the sounds of the outside world. Compact and efficient, the LectroFan is the best white noise machine we’ve tested. It does a great job of masking shrill noises that might be keeping you up at night, and it features 10 fan sounds and 10 ambient noise variations to choose from. Right now, the LectroFan, in white, is discounted to $32 at checkout when you clip the on-page coupon. And even though we’ve seen better deals on this fan in the past, we still think this is a nice drop on your ticket to a good night’s sleep.
Read our review of the best white noise machines.
A simple shower curtain liner
Maytex Water Repellent Fabric Shower Curtain Liner
Deal price: $7; street price: $10
It’s time to toss that old, plastic shower curtain liner that’s starting to collect soap scum around the edges. Luckily, our affordable shower liner—which is resistant to soap scum—is now on sale for even less. The Maytex Water Repellent Fabric Shower Curtain Liner, now down to $7, is made of washable polyester that works as well as liners costing double the price. Though the Maytex is technically a liner, our guide writers think it’s thick and polished enough to double as a shower curtain (as long as you like the standard, off-white bone color, which is the only sale option).
Read our review of the best shower curtains.
The softest towel we tested
Frontgate Resort Cotton Bath Towel
Deal price: $26 with code FG345383; street price: $34
It’s time to ditch those uncomfortably scratchy towels and replace them with ones you won’t dread wrapping yourself in after a hot shower. Frontgate’s Resort Cotton Bath Towels, which happen to be the most comfortable and luxurious towels we tested, are now down to $26 per towel when you use the code FG345383. Because they are made from long-staple Turkish cotton, they’re smooth and durable, able to withstand multiple wash cycles without losing their plushness. Though we’ve previously posted several deals featuring bundled Frontgate towels where the price was less per towel, this deal actually matches the lowest price we’ve seen for a towel on its own.
Read our review of the best towels.
Hotel-quality bath mat at home
Frontgate Resort Bath Mat
Deal price: $37 with code FG345383; street price: $56
Though you might not be traveling right now, you can still mimic the small luxuries of a high-end hotel at home. The Frontgate Resort Bath Mat is thick and soft while still being slim enough to fit under a low-profile door. In our tests, it proved to be incredibly absorbent, and (unlike some of the other mats we tried) it didn’t feel soggy or soaked-through after one person drip-dried on it. And though the Frontgate doesn’t have non-slip backing, we still think it’s a great mat that can withstand use by a full household. It is now down to $37 shipped when you use the code FG345383, a new low on a normally pricey hotel-style bath mat.
Read our review of the best bathroom rugs and bath mats.
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