I never thought I’d get so attached to weighted blankets when I started testing them, Now I can hardly get a restful night without one. You’ll either love or hate the gentle pressure cocooning you, but the only way to know is to try one. They can get pricey, but thankfully, many of our favorites are on sale right now.
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Weighted Blanket Deals
The general advice is to choose a blanket weight that’s around 10 percent of your body weight. So if you’re 150 pounds, that would be a 15-pound blanket. I prefer heavier blankets though, so take it as a suggestion, not a rule. For more advice and recommendations, read our Best Weighted Blankets guide.
Luna Full-Size 20-Pound Blanket for $60 ($15 off): Use code SUPERMOM to get a discount on our favorite budget blanket. It’s a good option if you want to dip your toes into the weighted blanket world. Luna has a ton of sizes and weights for adults and kids, plus pretty colors and patterns. Some sizes are also discounted on Amazon.
Gravity Blanket for $166 ($29 off): Click the coupon button on the page to get this price on the 15-, 20-, or 25-pound blankets. Gravity wasn’t the first weighted blanket, but it did quickly become the face of the category. We recommend it for people who are always cold. There’s also a 35-pound option that’s $50 more.
Layla Queen-Size Blanket for $129 ($30 off): This soft blanket is great for two people who want to cuddle together. We like Layla’s mattress too, which is also included in this early Memorial Day sale.
Purple 35-Pound Blanket for $239 ($60 off): This is a very pricey blanket, but it’s large, and at 35 pounds, it’s among the heaviest. The cover is double-sided, with a warmer, soft side and a cooler side so you never feel too hot or too cold.
Sleep Pod Classic for $70 ($30 off) or Move for $80 ($20 off): I didn’t think I would like sleeping in the Pod, but I actually loved it. I felt like a cocooned, swaddled baby—and I slept like one too. I tried the Classic, which covers your feet, but the new Move has a flap for letting them breathe.
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