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Where can I buy high quality Egyptian cotton bed sheet sets?

Asked by comfy27 (1 points ) November 17th, 2009

I’m looking for hight thread count sheets that are truely egyptian cotton.

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hannahsugs's avatar

Macy’s and Bed Bath and Beyond are good bets. At BB&B, you can usually get a 20% off discount coupon.

trailsillustrated's avatar

there is a shop called tuesday morning which sometimes has awesome deals on very high end luxury bedding. Other than that, you can buy it online it’s what hotels use just google it ‘bedding used at waldorf – astoria then it will pop up all the places online where you can buy it

jbfletcherfan's avatar

Funny, I just bought some Friday at Wal-Mart, believe it or not. They’re the softest things I’ve ever had. They cost $48.00. 400 count thread. Canopy brand. They feel sooooo good.

Judi's avatar

If you have a Tuesday Morning store in your area they always have high quality sheets at good prices.

gymnastchick729's avatar

Welcome to fluther, by the way!

dpworkin's avatar

WalMart (counterintuitively) sells 400–600 count Egyptian cotton sheets.

figbash's avatar

Overstock.com, TJMaxx and Marshalls always have great ones.

threadcountqueen's avatar

www.aabestcomfort.com
Because they dont lie about their thread counts.

Bed Bath & Beyond got a class action lawsuit filed and WON against them for lying about the thread counts of their products. The settlement was… uhhhg… still aggravates me to this day: $10 coupons to each person in the class action lawsuit and they would honor the return policy.

So if you want to buy a true Single Ply 400 thread count 100% Cotton Long Staple Egyptian cotton sheets:
http://www.aabestcomfort.com/category/high-thread-count-linen-sets
http://www.downtowncompany.com

Here are the details on that lawsuit settlement with BBB:

For more information, please go to
http://www.BBBThreadCountSettlement.com

Attention Bed Bath & Beyond Customers

If you purchased multi-ply bed products from Bed Bath & Beyond between August 1, 2000 and November 9, 2007, this Notice is to inform you of a proposed class action settlement that could affect your legal rights.

What is this Notice About?

A lawsuit is pending in the Federal District Court for the District of New Jersey that may affect your rights. This lawsuit alleges that Bed Bath & Beyond, as well as Synergy, Inc., misrepresented the thread count in its two-ply bedding products sold in stores and on its website by stating the number of threads in the warp and filling directions in one square inch of fabric, rather than the number of yarns. Bed Bath & Beyond and Synergy deny any wrongdoing and believe the signage, labeling and product samples available to their customers at the time of purchase provided their customers with complete and accurate information. The parties have reached a proposed settlement of the lawsuit. The settlement and this Notice have been preliminarily approved by the Court. The purpose of this Notice is to explain the settlement and advise you of your legal rights.

Am I a Member of the Class?

The class is identified as “All purchasers between August 1, 2000 and November 9, 2007 of multi-ply sheet sets, pillowcases, down comforters, bedskirts, shams, duvets and down pillows from Bed Bath & Beyond that were labeled as ‘plied,’ ‘two-ply’ or ‘2-ply’ (the ‘Covered Products’). The following persons are excluded from the settlement class: all persons who are officers, agents or directors of Bed Bath & Beyond or its subsidiaries and corporations related to Bed Bath & Beyond by shareholdings or other means of control, as well as the Judges of the Court in which the action is pending.” To obtain complete information regarding the class definition or other details of the settlement, including a list of the specific items that are the subject of the suit, please visit www.BBBThreadCountSettlement.com

What Does the Proposed Settlement Provide?

Subject to final court approval, the parties have agreed to a settlement under which you may be entitled to receive: (a) a refund of the purchase price of the bed products; or (b) a $10.00 gift card from Bed Bath & Beyond; or© a 20% discount certificate off any Bed Bath & Beyond purchase up to $250.00 (maximum discount of $50.00). Your eligibility depends upon whether you have a proof of purchase, and whether you wish to keep the bed products that you purchased.

Further, as part of this settlement, Bed Bath & Beyond has agreed that for a period of five years, to the extent it knowingly sells multi-ply bed products containing a specific reference to a numerical thread count, those products will be labeled in accordance with the ASTM Standard for determining thread count in multi-ply bed products.

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