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Reversible Down Alternative Comforter (Queen size blue/cream ONLY) $13.29 at Walmart.com

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Walmart.com has a reversible down alternative comforter for $13.29. The only color and size for that price is blue/cream in queen size. Ship-to-store and pick up to avoid shipping cost.

I bought one a few weeks ago and really liked it so much I purchased another. It is lightweight, but keeps me quite warm. Made by Pacific Coast Textiles.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Revers.../106159337
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Got one Thanks!
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Nasty polyester crap. Sleep in plastic be my guest.
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Nasty polyester crap. Sleep in plastic be my guest.
Sounds like someone got up on the wrong side of the bed. Guess maybe you are lucky (and rich) enough to sleep on goose down. Sure isn't helping your attitude much. Maybe you should try sleeping on some "nasty polyester crap."
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Sounds like someone got up on the wrong side of the bed. Guess maybe you are lucky (and rich) enough to sleep on goose down. Sure isn't helping your attitude much. Maybe you should try sleeping on some "nasty polyester crap."
I needed something lightweight for my mother, as she keeps complaining everything I get her is too heavy. For the money can't go wrong. If mom doesn't like it, then the dog gets another blanket to sleep on. Repped
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Nasty polyester crap. Sleep in plastic be my guest.
Aren't you the princess and the pea? Please
Those of us who are not such fragile flowers realize that the comforter doesn't touch our skin (we use sheets). Further, I never understood all the whining on here about microfiber / polyester bedding. Contrary to all the complaining, I've never found it too hot or uncomfortable. Microfiber feels very soft to me, and often is thin. What I hate are overpriced sheets with high-thread counts, that feel stifling and stiff to me, like I bound in mummy wrapping. I get the narrative that I'm supposed to "love" high thread-count cotton / cotton-rich pricey sheets, but I don't, and my self esteem and identity is not dependent on how much I (over) paid for bedding. laugh out loud
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