6 of the best sheet sets under $100 — because a good night’s sleep shouldn’t be so expensive

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When did sheets become so expensive? I mean, I like to be comfortable when I sleep, but $150 for sheets? I don’t think so!

Without naming names, DTC bedding brands are doing really well these days. As people spend more time at home, they want to be comfortable and they’re willing to pay top dollar to do so.

That said, do you really need to shell out more than $100 to get sheets that feel as soft and smooth as what you’d find in a hotel? I’m here to tell you no. No shade if you’re comfortable spending a lot on sheets that you love, but for those on a budget you can rest assured there are plenty of good options that aren’t so pricey.

When you’re ready for some new bedding, be sure to take a look at the best sheet sets under $100 from the brands below. The quality is great, they feel amazing and they won’t do a number on your bank account.

(Note: The prices below are for queen-size sheet sets.)

The Best Sheet Sets Under $100

1. Threshold 400 Thread Count Printed Performance Sheet Set, $49

Credit: Target

The Threshold 400 Thread Count Printed Performance Sheet Set from Target is my go-to. Whenever I need new sheets, I always buy these because they wash really well and get softer over time. There are also tons of colors and prints to choose from. At less than $50, changing the look and feel of your bedroom is as easy as swapping out your sheets.

2. Serta Simply Clean Antimicrobial Microfiber Sheet Set, $47.85

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Shoppers around the web consistently give this Serta Simply Clean Antimicrobial Microfiber Sheet Set high ratings. The set has a near-perfect 4.7 out of 5 star rating on Wayfair with one shopper commenting, “Amazingly soft and don’t bead up at all. Really considering getting a second set!”

3. Mellanni Queen Sheet Set, $42.97

Credit: Amazon

Over on Amazon, more than 253,000 shoppers have rated this Mellanni Queen Sheet Set. Yes, really! They say the sheets are “soft and comfortable” and many commenters say they highly recommend the sheets in their reviews. There are a whopping 42 colors to choose from, plus lots of different sizes too.

4. Nautica Coleridge Stripe 4-Piece Red 200-Thread Count Cotton Queen Sheet Set, $60.66

Credit: The Home Depot

I recently took a chance on these Nautica sheets and I was so pleasantly surprised. They’re very smooth and aren’t too warm or too cool. You can buy the set shown above from The Home Depot, which may seem a little odd, but don’t be alarmed. In addition to home improvement items, you can also get really great bedding on the retailer’s website.

5. Southshore Fine Linens Classy Pleated 21″ Extra Deep, Pocket Sheet Set, $66

Credit: Macy’s

Macy’s has an impressive home selection and this Southshore Fine Linens Extra Deep Pocket Sheet Set is standout in the bedding category. Shoppers like that they’re deep enough to fit tall mattresses, plus one customer called them “Smooth and Silky.”

6. Nestwell™ Egyptian Cotton Sateen 625-Thread-Count Queen Sheet Set in Dove Stripe, $75 (Orig. $100)

Credit: Bed Bath & Beyond

This Nestwell™ Egyptian Cotton Sateen Queen Sheet Set from Bed Bath & Beyond is only under $100 for a limited time, so act fast. It has a 4.6 out of 5 star rating, and you can shop confidently knowing that these sheets were made with dyes that don’t contain any harmful toxins or chemicals.

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