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Twin or Twin XL Martha Stewart Essentials Quilted Mattress Pad $11.99 w/ in-store pick up (Twin XL is perfect for Dorms)

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Twin or Twin XL Martha Stewart Essentials Quilted Mattress Pad [macys.com]

$11.99

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(shows "free shipping, but there is a huge surcharge so you won't want to go that route)
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Free shipping but shipping surcharge of $18.
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Free shipping but shipping surcharge of $18.
wow..crazy.


Changed it to an "in-store pick-up" deal only.
Appreciate the heads-up.. thanks and repped
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Wonder if waterproof covers would be more appropriate considering the various sorts of liquids those mattresses endure. Beverages, vomit and various bodily fluids.

Are dorm mattresses plasticized on top nowadays to resist absorbing crap? Eeeber jeebers....
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Wonder if waterproof covers would be more appropriate considering the various sorts of liquids those mattresses endure. Beverages, vomit and various bodily fluids.

Are dorm mattresses plasticized on top nowadays to resist absorbing crap? Eeeber jeebers....
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nothing great about this unless XL for dorms.
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nothing great about this unless XL for dorms.

Now in English
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Is this a waterproof protector too or just pad? If not, can anyone recommend a waterproof mattress protector that does not have that plastic bag feel?
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Just a heads-up, this deal is still valid Smilie
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