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    I paid $120 for a DM latex pillow 10 years ago and its still the same as the day I got it.

    Considering you "should" replace foam, feather and fibre fill pillows every 6 months due to mould and dust mites, I think its cheeper to buy one that's mould and dust mite resistant and washable. In 10 years I could have bought 20 $15 pillows and spent $300, so $120 is cheep to me.

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    Probably $40 at most. I'm a bit tight on things like that because I like to replace them often.

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

    I got a memory foam one for 1/2 price so it was $30. Usually we just get cheap ones.

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

    This thread inspired me to give washing my pillows another go. I can report that that came out well and even dh's stinky sweaty pillow was very for the experience. I toasted them dry on the line on Sunday.

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

    We buy good pillows about every 12 months. I have a high allergy to dust mite so things like that need to get changed. I am happy to pay up to about $100 for a pillow but we try to get them at the after Xmas sales. We got memory foam ones on special this year for 20each so I have bought a spare as well.

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    thinking of buying a pillow so this thread came in handy , lol, looking at memory foam pillow or just the normal goosedown feather filled ones. Have a stiff neck so i really want one that has good support. but i wouldn't go beyond $100 though

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    A couple hundred .. Good pillows are a necessity

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    I paid over $150 (on special) for my pillow. It's a Dunlopillo and is perfectly moulded to my neck, so well worth the money. We replace our pillows every two years and in the meantime I wash the covers and give them a good airing out and some sun time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maryjane86 View Post
    thinking of buying a pillow so this thread came in handy , lol, looking at memory foam pillow or just the normal goosedown feather filled ones. Have a stiff neck so i really want one that has good support. but i wouldn't go beyond $100 though
    Have you used down pillows before? Personally, I find these the worst for my neck.

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    I agree ^

    I stayed at a friend's house and used a down pillow and it was torture on my neck.


 

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