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Bon Voyage Travel Pillow & Throw Blanket Gift Set (Various Colors)

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Macys.com has Bon Voyage Travel Pillow & Throw Blanket Gift Set (Various Colors) on sale for $9.99 -> now $9.74 when you apply promo code VIP at checkout. Select free store pickup if stock is available, otherwise shipping is free on orders $75+. Thanks frisbeedoodsie

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Macys.com [macys.com]has Bon Voyage Travel Pillow & Blanket Set on sale for $9.99 w/ free in-store pickup, otherwise shipping is free on orders $48+.

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The included throw is only 40x50. They should not use the term blanket without the prefix "Baby". Travel blanket is too generous.
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The included throw is only 40x50. They should not use the term blanket without the prefix "Baby". Travel blanket is too generous.
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The included throw is only 40x50. They should not use the term blanket without the prefix "Baby". Travel blanket is too generous.
It's meant to be used on the plane ride, while seated. Look at the neck pillow.
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It's meant to be used on the plane ride, while seated. Look at the neck pillow.
Repped. That dude needs anger management.
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Repped. That dude needs anger management.
Really? You two are the one making way more out of this than needs to be.

You two need anger management if someone disagreeing about the term blanket triggered you so bad.
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I've heard these travel pillows don't really help... can anyone chime in?

I'm really mainly interested for the throw blanket, but I've also seen people saying in the last month that Macy's quality in general for bedding stuff has gone down a lot as of late
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I've heard these travel pillows don't really help... can anyone chime in?

I'm really mainly interested for the throw blanket, but I've also seen people saying in the last month that Macy's quality in general for bedding stuff has gone down a lot as of late
Everyone is different. The right pillow can make a huge difference on a 14+ hr flight or when spending 36 hrs travel on planes, buses, taxis. But choosing the right pillow is very personal. Too soft is worse than no pillow for me. I don't want to be stuck carrying a pillow around for 2+ weeks in-country either. My inflatable has 2 patches already, but it has been the only solution that packs good.
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I've heard these travel pillows don't really help... can anyone chime in?

I'm really mainly interested for the throw blanket, but I've also seen people saying in the last month that Macy's quality in general for bedding stuff has gone down a lot as of late
I personally don't like this style of pillow. I've tried many throughout the years and those are my least favorite. I like the Travelrest - The Ultimate InflatableTravel Pillow/Neck Pillow which looks weird as hell but is inflatable and comfy. And the Therm-a-Rest Compressible Travel Pillow. The first is really odd but great for plane if you're in an aisle or middle seat. The latter is like taking a good pillow and shrinking it to portable size. I usually bring both especially on long hauls bc the first rolls up so tiny it's negligible in terms of space. Both fit very easily in a front pocket of my travel backpack. and between both, I'm pretty covered comfort wise.
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Got one for my niece since we are traveling from NY to LA and she loved it. Thanks!
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I've heard these travel pillows don't really help... can anyone chime in?

I'm really mainly interested for the throw blanket, but I've also seen people saying in the last month that Macy's quality in general for bedding stuff has gone down a lot as of late
If the blanket is the key item here, you can ask the flight attendant for a blanket after take-off. This will save you the cost of the purchase and carrying it in your carry-on.

If the blanket you receive from the attendant feels too thin, you can ask for a second one.
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it's a good deal if you need, thanks
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These are great for Dogs!!! Got 8 ordered for a Shelter donation~!
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yES,. This helps make travel easier
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