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Cheapest place to buy bed sheets?
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Old 02-03-2006, 9:25 PM
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Question Cheapest place to buy bed sheets?

Hi All,

Where is the cheapest place to buy bed sheets? I only have one left without a hole in it now. Just want a plain white double fitted sheet.

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Good timing! Today's mail that went out for aldi or lidl deals for next week had sheets in it.... can't remember which one, and no idea of quality, but a quick visit to both websites will give you an idea of their price, pretty sure it was tiny.
Shuffle up and deal!
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Old 03-03-2006, 6:25 AM
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Hi. Read the title and thought - oooh, thats just what I'm after (cheap fitted bed sheets) so have checked Lidl's site...

Deals From 9th March include....
Fitted Bed Sheet - single - 2.99
Fitted Bed Sheet - double - 3.99
Fitted Bed Sheet - King - 4.99


Also other bed linen available, to check visit www.lidl.co.uk

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Will try to get to Lidl's after Thursday next week to pick some up. 3.99 is a really good price.
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I like Primark bed linen - cheap but also wear well
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Have tried to get Lidl bargins before they never seem to have any not matter what time of day I go in.
I would try the bigger supermarkets they are pretty cheap Asda, Morrisons ie.
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Old 03-03-2006, 11:53 AM
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Matalan have good prices on their bedlinen too.
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Old 03-03-2006, 4:09 PM
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Hi! Primark have a lot of their linen in the sale, as does Woolworths.
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Old 03-03-2006, 4:44 PM
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Hi
If you are looking at about the 4 quid mark then you might wanna look here

http://www.studio-outlet.co.uk

Get a complete double bed set including valance sheet, duvet cover and pillow cases for about 4.50

just an idea
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Old 03-03-2006, 6:21 PM
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Try some of the catalogues too.
Lx direct do 'Buy 1 get 1 Free' double fitted sheets (e.g. cat no RR2616) for 12.99.
If you can use a discount code (e.g. for 10 off and free P&P) you could get 2 new fitted sheets delivered for about 3 or less.
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I got a cream double fitted sheet in Rosebys (Warrington) last Sunday for 3.99.
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Must admit have had loads from Primark and they look great and are very good value especially in the sale
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Following on in the sheet theme - I'm after a single red jersey fitted sheet for my son's bed if anyone's seen one, you used to be able to get them but I can't find one anywhere!
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Old 03-03-2006, 11:27 PM
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Why not try this:

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Plenty of cheap and cheerful duvet sets, easy care so you can just take it straight from the tumble dryer and put it back on the bed. The cheapest we found were the bright and bold sets at 4.48 in Asda, also some at 4.99 in Wilkinsons. But we liked the cotton jersey bed sets - made out of T-shirt fabric, so nice and warm and cosy - set of denim style pillow case, single fitted sheet and duvet cover (9.99 Morrisons, 14.99 Wilkinsons); double 17.99 (Wilkinsons), king size 16.99 (Morrisons). Non iron single sheets 4.50 (Matalan).
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Following on in the sheet theme - I'm after a single red jersey fitted sheet for my son's bed if anyone's seen one, you used to be able to get them but I can't find one anywhere!
Don't know if it's any help, but Asda sell red poly-cotton ones in their Smart Price range. They are just under 3 each (forget exact price).
Here I go again on my own....
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Old 04-03-2006, 1:28 PM
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if your in scotland mackays are good for sheets and duvet covers although not the cheapest the qaulity is good and not like sime u could spit thriogh! lol
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