If you’ve been losing sleep over whether to buy a weighted blanket, now’s the time to try to get a good night’s sleep for a steal.
This blue 15-pound, 60-by-80-inch Quility Premium Adult Weighted Blanket & Removable Cover originally retails for $120. But on Tuesday only, you can get it for $85 — with an additional $30-off coupon available at checkout. We’re talking a $120 weighted blanket for only $55, which is genuinely a steal when it comes to such a rarely-on-sale item.
This particular style from Quility, with a 5-star rating and more than 7,000 reviews on Amazon, is available in six colors, various sizes and weights ranging from 5 pounds to 30 pounds. (Each has its own discount price on Tuesday.) You can’t put a price tag on a good night’s rest, but this is the cheapest we’ve ever seen a weighted blanket.
This Quility weighted blanket has a breathable cotton outer layer filled with seven layers of polyester padding and micro glass beads for a heavy, weighted feel. It also comes with a removable minky duvet cover for added warmth that can be easily unzipped and washed.
If you need a refresher on how weighted blankets work: They typically have 10 to 25 pounds of pellets sewn into the lining that evenly distribute a pressure across your body. This creates a deep pressure stimulation, mimicking the soothing feeling of hugging, holding and massages, which is why they’ve been used for years for children with autism. One of our writers once said that a weighted blanket had changed her life and that she’d never go back to sleeping without one.
Some research suggests sleeping with a weighted blanket that’s about 10% of your body weight can help you get a better night’s sleep by reducing stress and anxiety.
If you’re not sure whether a weighted blanket is the answer to your insomnia, this on-sale style is worth snagging to see what the hype is all about. To get the extra $30-off coupon, just click the coupon offer on Amazon and follow Amazon’s instructions. But, we recommend shopping sooner than later as this deal is only for Tuesday.
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