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10-Piece Mainstays Value Cotton Bath Towel Set (Grey) $11.35 + Free S&H w/ Walmart+ or $35+

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Walmart [walmart.com] has the 10-Piece Mainstays Value Cotton Towel Set with Upgraded Softness & Durability (Grey) for $11.34. Select free store pickup where available; otherwise, shipping is free with Walmart+ or $35+ orders.

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  • This towel set has four bath towels, two hand towels, four washcloths.
  • The deal price is available in grey only, all other colors cost more.
  • Also available (selected colors): 18-Piece Mainstays towel set [walmart.com] for $24.99.
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I TU'd the deal, because if you need cheap towels, go for it; Especially if they're mostly for looks! 😅
They're just really low quality. Lots of shedding fuzz, even after washing 2x. So much that the towels seem much thinner after a couple of washings... Want to bring a towel traveling that you can throw away? Done.
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Holy crap reviews were not joking. The colors wash out of these right away and the threads come loose. I was going to say the previous commenter was being wasteful for throwing out fabric so easily but these are legit downright disposable due to how bad they are.

Dollar Tree sells amazing 100% cotton tshirts for women and children that are awesomely better than these towels.
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Very nice and plush and a reasonable price as well.
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Soft or use and throw around towels?
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Fluffy compared to a paper towel maybe. I've felt these and they are so thin and they are rough as well.
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Quote from SeikenDensetsu :
Holy crap reviews were not joking. The colors wash out of these right away and the threads come loose. I was going to say the previous commenter was being wasteful for throwing out fabric so easily but these are legit downright disposable due to how bad they are.

Dollar Tree sells amazing 100% cotton tshirts for women and children that are awesomely better than these towels.
Thanks. Not trying to be wasteful, but are paper towels any better/worse for the environment? Seriously though, the hand towels make great oil rags for the garage right out of the package. 👍
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I always see towel deals here get a absolutely eviscerated in the comments so I ask: what towels do you suggest? Because I'm tired of air drying.
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Quote from raz0rw0rk :
I always see towel deals here get a absolutely eviscerated in the comments so I ask: what towels do you suggest? Because I'm tired of air drying.
I realize there's some tongue in cheek here, but if you really want to know, I've purchased about three of the recommendations off of this list. All good choices.

https://nymag.com/strategist/amp/...owels.html
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It's new towel season!!! Please

Just got 6 of those Martha Stewart $5 towels in the mail from last weeks Macys deal but for this price I'll nab a cheapo set as well.
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Need bath sheet towels, thick enough to last for years? If you have an OLLIE'S fairly near you, they frequently have excellent prices on towels and linens.
Just be sure to buy things that are thick/close knit and thirsty in the first place.
Junk never grows better.
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Quote from brady.thomason :
I realize there's some tongue in cheek here, but if you really want to know, I've purchased about three of the recommendations off of this list. All good choices.

https://nymag.com/strategist/amp/...owels.html
Haha no I really did want to know! My towels are nearly 8 years old and I'm due for new ones. I appreciate the article btw.
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I would like to know too. I tend to look at reviews by most recent, and narrow to the 3 star reviews. Most of the towels recommended by NY Mag have plenty of bad reviews on Amazon. Plus their review system has become a sick game - too many repeats, fakes, and combining reviews from all of a brands' similar products under each item. Looks like the days of long-lasting good quality towels are gone unless you are willing to pay $$$. I bought a bunch of Costco Charisma 100% Hygrocotton towels in white that friends told me were great. Well, they were…..until the quality cheapened recently. They start out thick but just shed and shed endlessly in the dryer. I have two sets I haven't used and the difference is amazing. Guess I will be returning those.
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