The 5 Best Affordable Bed Sheets On Amazon

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If you aren't snuggling up with the most comfortable sheets possible, you're not getting the luxurious night's sleep you deserve. One myth that keeps a lot of us from investing in better sheets is that they cost a fortune — but some of the best affordable bed sheets are just as cozy as their more expensive counterparts.

This list of great bed sheets — all of which are available on Amazon and cost less than $65 — includes an option for every type of sleeper. If you live in a place where it won't stop snowing, or you're just eternally cold, no worries: There's a top-rated flannel sheet set that comes in an array of cute, Nordic-inspired patterns. On the other end of the spectrum, we've found a genius set of sheets to keep you cool at night, in addition to ones that are hypoallergenic — perfect for people who often find themselves up all night sneezing — and a crisp set made of cotton for traditionalists.

Regardless of where you live, which fabric you love most, or what your budget's looking like these days, you'll find an incredible, highly-rated set of sheets just below. A better night's sleep is just a click away.

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1Best Overall: Hypoallergenic Microfiber Sheets With Over 30,000 Rave Reviews

With more than 34,000 reviews, this brushed microfiber bed sheet set is one of the most popular options on Amazon. It comes in 35 colors and patterns, seven sizes (including California and split king), and includes a deep pocket fitted sheet with elastic all the way around (unlike others, which just stretch around the corners). Made from 100 percent polyester, these sheets are hypoallergenic and claim to be resistant to stains, dust mites, and wrinkles. Oh yeah — they cost less than $30.

2Best For Hot Sleepers: Egyptian Cotton Sheets That Wick Moisture Away From Your Body

Egyptian cotton is a high-quality fabric that's known for being durable, soft, and breathable, which is ideal for hot nights and sweaty sleepers. But it doesn't always come cheap. This 100 percent Egyptian cotton sateen bed sheet set may cost more than ones made of microfiber, but you'll get a lot back in return — namely, 800 thread count hypoallergenic sheets that wick moisture away from your body for a cooler, comfier sleeping experience. Choose from six sizes, including California king, and nine colors.

3Best For Cold Sleepers: Warm Flannel Sheets In An Assortment Of Cute Designs

Few fabrics promise the warmth and coziness that flannel provides — and this set hits the mark in every way with breathable, lightweight, but incredibly insulating flannel sheets that are ideal for cold winter nights. The set comes in your average sizes (twin, full, queen, and king) — but the best part is the selection of colors and patterns you get to choose from, like plaid, "Nordic," and "Winter Wonderland." The fitted sheet has pockets that fit mattresses up to 17-inches deep, and they're resistant to wrinkles, stains, shrinking, and fading.

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4Best For Allergies: Eco-Friendly Bamboo Sheets That Are Resistant To Dust Mites, Allergens, And Stains

A bed sheet set made from sustainable bamboo is an eco-friendly option that works well for anyone who has allergies, or simply a sensitive nose. Resistant to dust mites, allergens, stains, and even wrinkles, this hypoallergenic, four-piece set comes in 12 colors and five sizes. Since the textile blend also includes microfiber, they're incredibly soft, and many reviewers say they become even cozier after a few spins in the washing machine.

5Best 'Crisp' Option: Percale Cotton Sheets That Are Breathable And Cool

If you prefer crisp, lightweight sheets to satiny soft ones, this percale cotton sheet set won't disappoint. It has 300-thread-count fibers that are breathable and cool, making them a solid choice for warm climates and temperatures. Percale is more durable than sateen sheets and, though they might not feel as silky as microfiber or actual silk, they do soften up after each wash. Choose from five colors and six sizes, including twin XL and California king.

Bustle may receive a portion of sales from products purchased from this article, which was created independently from Bustle's editorial and sales departments.

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