Hosting friends and family this summer? What goes a long way in making guests feel welcome are brand new, fresh, super-comfortable pillows. You're in luck: Amazon just gave us a treat. The cult-favorite Casper Sleep Pillow is on sale for Prime Day!
Want cushy comfort while you snooze? You don't have to spend a fortune — at least not today. This cult-favorite, clump-resistant pillow has a 2-inch gusset to keep fill evenly distributed and ensure your neck is properly aligned.
Even if you don't have visitors descending, chances are it's time to zhush up your bedroom. Quality sleep is an essential part of wellness, and there's no better investment in your health than a great pillow to support (quite literally!) restorative sleep.
The Casper pillow has a cooling cotton cover in a percale weave, and a poly microfiber fill. It's machine-washable, and doesn't clump or bunch. The fill is evenly distributed throughout the pillow, so no one will have to deal with flat spots.
More than 4,400 shoppers swear by these pillows. One shopper's husband loved it so much, he kept stealing hers:
"I’m on a quest to have a very comfortable bed," she wrote. "So I made my husband get us the Casper mattress and I ordered the pillow soon after. SO worth the price! I’m a side sleeper and this pillow is so supportive yet like a cloud. My husband keeps asking to 'borrow' mine."
One even called it "the best pillow I've ever owned!"
"Husband has had one for some time and after experiencing unrelenting neck pain I bought one as well," she shared. "Neck pain is gone and I sleep like a baby."
In fact, multiple shoppers have likened this sleep to a newborn's. "It’s like sleeping like a baby all over again," a shopper shared.
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