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Thread: Where To Buy A Good Pillow?

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    Senior Member hannajo's Avatar
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    I tend to like very firm pillows, and often stuff two pillows into one pillowcase. It helps use up all those old ones we all seem to accumulate.

    DH is away this week, and somehow, I ended up on his Tempurpedic pillow. I have to say it's rather enjoyable. I don't know how much it costs, but now I want one for myself.

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    I have found that the feather pillows at Sam's Club are good quality pillows and the price is reasonable.

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    I have found that the feather pillows at Sam's Club are good quality pillows and the price is reasonable.

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    My daughter gave me a memory foam pillow. I love it. It isn't one of those that are supposed to support you neck. It is like a regular pillow but is made with memory foam. it weigh a lot but i wouldn't it trade for any other pillow.

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    I think pillow preference is very subjective. We all sleep differently. Having said that, my husband and I both love our memory foam pillows. I believe I got them at Target, can't remember what I paid. I don't like hard pillows, but I also don't like pillows that are too soft and my head sinks all the way down to the mattress. The memory foam is soft enough to be comfortable, but firm enough that it still supports my head.

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    bought mine from my chiropractor. It's almost like a memory foam pillow. Love it.

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    The memory foam ones are awesome, but I still need two pillows for post nasal drip so I use the memory foam on the bottom and a nice squishy foam pillow on top. Used to love feather pillows from Northern Nights (QVC) but the quality has gone downhill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hannajo
    .......Tempurpedic pillow. I have to say it's rather enjoyable. I don't know how much it costs, but now I want one for myself.
    When I looked at them here in town 6 months ago they were in the $150 range. :shock: :cry:

    Jan in VA

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    I got some pillows at Kmart a while ago
    and they were down. they were called "Grandma Pillows". LOVE LOVE LOVE them.......but now they don't sell them anymore. Boo hoo. I too have been on a pillow hunt. Good luck with yours.

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    I'm on the hunt for a new pillow also. I'm a side sleeper so I need one that doesn't squish too much. I can't use down/feather because I'm allergic to that.

    ::shrugs:: I will google information & see what turns up. :)

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