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    Default What's the most you'd pay for a pillow??

    We just ordered a new bed, and got some pillows at the same time...

    They are supposed to be fantastic - and I'm hoping for some decent sleep in the future, I've surprised myself though at what we paid for them.
    [priorities have often lied elsewhere]

    So - was wondering...

    What is the MOST you would pay for a pillow?

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    Default What's the most you'd pay for a pillow??

    Hubby has one of those gel cool ones... I think it was $200-$250? He has a crap neck and gets hot so the question becomes how much would I pay for him to sleep well at night lots!

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    Dh bought a chiro pillow about 10 years ago and it was $60 back then but it's still going strong.

    Generally I wouldn't pay more than $20 but if you have neck problems/headaches etc then I would say it could be fair to pay $50 or $60 and have it last.

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    Default What's the most you'd pay for a pillow??

    The pillows I normally buy are around $40 to $ 50 depending if there on sale at bains
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    I have never paid over $15

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    Default What's the most you'd pay for a pillow??

    Half price at $79

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    Default Re: What's the most you'd pay for a pillow??

    We paid $100 each for our pillows about 5 years ago. (4 of them), we got thick washable covers with them too so they are in pretty good condition still but we should probably replace them, (retire them to guest pillows) but so far down the list of things to spend money on. And they are still perfectly good pillows. Maybe a couple more years.

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    Default What's the most you'd pay for a pillow??

    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    I have never paid over $15
    Same, I'm curious though because our pillows are crap and I've been wondering if we should lash the cash for some better ones...

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    Default Re: What's the most you'd pay for a pillow??

    $60 from Chiropractor - about the same cost as.one visit but has saved me 100s of visits over the years. I even take it on holidays with me!

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    Default Re: What's the most you'd pay for a pillow??

    I paid $200 for mine when we bought our new bed. It took a little while to get used to but now I wouldn't be able to sleep without it!


 

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