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The Bay One-Day Sale: Save Up to $350 on Down Duvets and Pillows + 2% Cash Back

The Bay One-Day Sale, November 30
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The Bay's one-day sale promo is back this holiday season! Today, the Glucksteinhome European Down Duvets EARN CASH BACK are marked down to $129.99 for the queen (regularly $400) or $149.99 for the king (regularly $500). Don't forget to shop through the RedFlagDeals.com cash-back links to earn 2% back on your Bay.com purchases.

You'll also find a selection of other duvets and pillows EARN CASH BACK at up to 50% off today.

As usual, these promotions are running today only, in stores and online. The Bay offers free shipping on orders that come to $45 or more when you pay for your purchase with your HBC Master Card or HBC Credit Card (or $99 if using another form of payment).

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    • plucky duck
    • Wow, this is a pretty damn HOT deal. Going to pick one up today. Thanked!
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    • BinaryJay
    • Seems like typical regularly massively overpriced nonsense to me. I guess no other promos stack with it, like the 25% FF thing... since it is a "one day sale" apparently excluded.
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    • jg123
    • Does anyone that have this know if it is hypoallergenic, can't find any info on it.
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    • fshin
    • Bought this last year, with the same promo.
      Outstanding quality.
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    • bnardd
    • Seems like typical regularly massively overpriced nonsense to me.
      These things hardly go on sale during when it's IN season so it's a good item to pick up before the cold winter hits. That's how I thought it'd be a hot deal
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    • BinaryJay
    • Well, I guess it's free shipping and can return to any bay store and I need a new one so buy now think later. Seems similar ones are still cheaper or about the same price at the likes of Ikea (?), but maybe (big maybe) this is better quality than what you'd find for a similar down duvet at Ikea.
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    • HaZaRd
    • Ikea quality is terrible these days, so this is likely much better quality than you'd get for an equivalent-price duvet there.
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    • 4flava
    • I don't see it stated anywhere but is it goose down or duck down?
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    • BinaryJay
    • I don't see it stated anywhere but is it goose down or duck down?
      Yeah the fact the product page is completely devoid of any useful information is kind of troubling isn't it?
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    • cOmAtOaSt
    • I don't see it stated anywhere but is it goose down or duck down?
      Pigeon down.
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    • 4flava
    • Yeah the fact the product page is completely devoid of any useful information is kind of troubling isn't it?
      For real. Trying to call them now LOL

      Pigeon down.
      Too bad it's European pigeons.. we could use a pigeon culling here
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    • GC
    • I don't see it stated anywhere but is it goose down or duck down?
      According to the GlucksteinHome website, which is a piece of crap and won't let me link to the product directly, it's white goose down. Search for "European" on here:

      http://glucksteinhome.com/category/bedding/
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    • roosterOON
    • Ikea quality is terrible these days, so this is likely much better quality than you'd get for an equivalent-price duvet there.

      It is The Bay, their quality, in general, is not good either, and way overpriced.

      I am in need a new duvet, was waiting Ikea to have a sale on their synthetic one. I have a down duvet now.

      Anyone has experience with this price range down duvet from The Bay and wash it at least once a year?
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    • lostchild83
    • thanks OP, just bought one for a xmas gift.

      ps: free shipping and gift wrap is 5.95 for the lazy ones
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    • kcin
    • Ordered a King, thanks OP
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    • Manatus
    • It is The Bay, their quality, in general, is not good either, and way overpriced.
      Exactly, there's a reason why they can always offer 70% off sales on a bunch of stuff. I mean seriously, there are people willing to pay $400 or $500 for those things?
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    • HoleyMoley
    • Does anyone know what the fill weight is? The ad says 650-fill power, but how much down in the fill weight?
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    • monchhichipk
    • the finer print on the Bay Flyer says
      Glucksteinhome European down duvet
      White down,
      650 fill power.
      300 thread count
      Baffle box construction ensures better down distribution for even warmth and year-round comfort

      errr... what's White Down?? and Fill power??
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    • imkinger
    • Thanks OP, bought a queen.

      Also took advantage of the 3.25% cashback through GCR.
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    • 4flava
    • Spend 20 mins on the phone with a Bay rep and she couldn't figure out if it was Goose or Duck down. LMAO
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    • Big Daddy G
    • Spend 20 mins on the phone with a Bay rep and she couldn't figure out if it was Goose or Duck down. LMAO
      I'm just curious how the answer to that would affect your decision to purchase? Is one that much better then the other?
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    • BinaryJay
    • I'm just curious how the answer to that would affect your decision to purchase? Is one that much better then the other?
      Duck v.s. Goose
      Although all birds have some feathers and down, virtually all down and feathers are harvested from geese and ducks. Geese, which are larger birds, generally have bigger down clusters. As a rule of thumb, the larger the bird and the colder the climate in which they live, the larger the down cluster and the higher the fill power of the down. High quality down can be found in both ducks and geese, as the age and climate of bird from different parts of the world dramatically effects its quality. Duck down and feathers are generally less expensive than goose down and feathers for two primary reasons: it's perceived in the U.S. bedding market as slightly inferior in quality to geese, and the worldwide supply of duck far exceeds that of geese.

      Grey v.s. White
      Down and feathers can come in various shades ranging from pure white to black-speckled grey. Typically, the industry has placed a premium on white feathers and down due to its ability to visually blend in better when filled into white bedding products. American perception has also reinforced this premium on white down over grey; however, there are many grades of grey down that rival the best white down, as color of the feathers and down has no relevance to its quality.

      Also:

      Fill power is the most frequently used measure of down quality. It involves measurements taken of a one ounce sample of down in a plexiglas cylinder with a weighted piston compressing the down. The test requires controlled temperature, humidity, and preparation of the sample. All other things being equal a parka (duvet or sleeping bag) made with high fill power is lighter and more compressible than an equally warm one made with lower quality down. Fill power is expressed as cubic inches per ounce (in³/oz)—a lofting power of 400–450 is considered medium quality, 500-550 is considered good, 550–750 is considered very good, and 750+ is considered excellent.

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