The Black Friday pillows that will ensure a luxurious night's sleep

The best Black Friday pillows on offer this weekend from John Lewis, Emma, Dusk and more...

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Is there anything more luxurious than treating yourself to new bedding? And we don't just mean sheets, we mean a whole new setup, including a new set of pillows designed perfectly for the way you sleep. And now is the perfect time to invest in new bedding, as there are plenty of Black Friday pillow deals going so you can treat yourself and save. 

Now the best pillow for you will come down to how you sleep, what shape you like, and what material suits you best. But whatever your needs there's a Black Friday offer out there, and we've rounded up some of the best, including, cooling pillows, down pillows, latex pillows, and more. And if you are looking for more Black Friday deals, be sure to check out our hub page. 

Kally Sleep 5 Star Hotel Standard Pillows | £38.75

Kally Sleep 5 Star Hotel Standard Pillows | £38.75 £31.99 at John Lewis

Back and side sleepers this one is for you. Hotel Standard says it all really, you are getting that hotel feel at home. The cushion inners are filled with polyester ball hollowfibre which is lightweight and airy and keeps its shape. The cover is 100% cotton making it really breathable and is temperature regulating. 

Perfect Everyday Duck Down Pillows | £40 - £70

Perfect Everyday Duck Down Pillows | £40 - £70 £31 - £56 at The White Company

Firm and yet still comfy, these White Company pillows are perfect for those of you who like a bit more support. Made from a combination of premium, lofty duck down and duck feather they feel super luxurious to sink your head into. And you can choose between two supports too medium or medium-firm support. 

SleepGreen Natural Latex Standard Pillow | £100

SleepGreen Natural Latex Standard Pillow | £100 £80 at John Lewis

This luxury pillow is suitable for all sleepers and is filled with a supportive core of chemical-free, natural latex giving the pillow noticeable buoyancy to help relief tension and pressure in the back and neck. The outercover is made from raw, sustainable materials, including sustainably-sourced seaweed which is naturally rich in vitamins, amino acids and cooling minerals, so is great for the skin as well as being great for the environment. 

Emma Original Pillow | £69

Emma Original Pillow | £69 £34.50 at Amazon

The Emma Original Pillow is a favourite amongst many, and if you are unsure about buying a pillow online as you can't test it out, the Emma pillow is a safe bet. It's designed to suit all sleepers, is soft and yet supportive and is cooling and breathable too. Plus, this is an amazing price in the Amazon Black Friday sale. 

Snuggledown Hungarian Goose Down pillow | £100

Snuggledown Hungarian Goose Down pillow | £100 £39.74 at Amazon

This pillow is ideal for front sleepers, it's super soft and specially constructed using a blend of 80 percent Goose Down and 20 percent Small Goose Feather to create a pillow your head just sinks into. It's washing machine and tumbler dryer friendly too which is always a bonus. 

Cooling Medium Support Pillow | £40

Cooling Medium Support Pillow | £40 £28 at Dusk

Dusk is such a great site for already really affordable bedding and bed linen, and their Black Friday sale just makes everything more tempting. The inside is a lofty Hollowfibre, which is supportive but you still get that lovely squishiness too. The outer cover is 300 thread count cotton Tencel blend, which makes it even more breathable than a 100% cotton cover. 

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