Best Pillows From Walmart (7 Pillows to Keep an Eye Open For)

Walmart sells everything you need for those eight hours of snooze time, from flannel pajamas to luxurious sheets, to a wide selection of name and store brand pillows.

Buying pillows is one of those processes that seem easy but get confusing fast. I’ve got seven of the best pillows to keep an eye out for at Walmart, so keep reading!

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7. Mainstays Comfort Complete

Meant to “mimic the comfort and loft of down,” the Mainstays Comfort Complete pillow can be thrown in the washer, fits standard-size covers and shams, and is hypoallergenic.

All this, plus it’s a dream to sleep on, and at just $3.44, you could fill your entire bed with them (or buy one for every member of the family).

If you find yourself flipping your pillow over in the middle of the night because it gets too hot, this is also a good choice, because the “moisture-wicking technology” helps it stay cool.

Unlike some items on Walmart’s website, this is one product that is usually in stock in stores, so you can head to the closest one and there’s a pretty good chance it’ll be there.

It’s definitely worth a try – out of over 1200 reviews, 849 give it five stars. At that price point, there should be no barrier to picking one up.

6. Beautyrest Silver Luxurious Spa Comfort Pillow

Great for all types of sleepers (side, back, and stomach), the Beautyrest Spa Comfort pillow gives you a little extra luxury if you’re willing to pay a bit more.

Designed to feel higher-end, the Spa Comfort pillow is luxuriously soft, contains odor eliminating protection, and comes stuffed with a 100 percent hypoallergenic polyester fiberfill.

Say goodbye to weird lumps and bumps, even after extended use, and with them, wish weird neck and shoulder pain a bon voyage, too.

These Beautyrest pillows come in two sizes, King at $18.88 and Standard Queen, for just $12.96.

5. Sertapedic No-Go Flat

A lot of people have a real issue where about six months after getting a new pillow, the thing starts to resemble a pancake.

If this is also your issue, enter the Sertapedic No-Go Flat option, filled with a cotton and polyester blend with a 300 thread count outer shell.

The fill surrounds a “supportive form core” to keep the pillow as plump and plush as the day you brought it home.

The manufacturer recommends this particular item for back and side sleepers (sorry, stomach sleepers), probably because of its thickness.

If you like a more elevated head when sleeping and you find yourself using two or more regular pillows at once, give this model a try.

You can purchase it in a King size for $13.44 or a Standard Queen for $9.44.

Unfortunately, while the pillow can stand up to many nights of sleep, it cannot go in the washing machine, so spot cleaning when necessary is your best bet.

4. Plixio Extra Firm Queen Bed Pillows

4. Plixio Extra Firm Queen Bed Pillows Walmart

One of the pricier options on this list, the Plixio Extra Firm set actually includes two pillows made from a viscose cover that is derived from breathable bamboo.

Not only does it keep your pillow dry (looking at you, night-time sweaters), it keeps it nice and cool.

The filling is 100 percent hypoallergenic, and not only that, the overall design supports more restful sleep; it can help with snoring, neck pain, headaches, and even TMJ.

Of course, the memory foam helps with all that, as it actually cradles and holds your head and neck into place while you’re sleeping, keeping your spinal column well-aligned.

What’s great about these is that you can toss them in the washing machine if they get dirty – no muss, no fuss, as with some other types of pillows.

They’re just $38.99 for the two regular queen-sized pillows on, and they come with a 10-year warranty.

3. Mainstays Allergy Relief

If laying your head down and immediately feeling all the congestion roll downhill to one side of your head has you dreading sleep, this Mainstays pillow might help.

Regular pillows can trap and hold onto pollen and other household allergens, including dust, but this one is designed to deflect that nastiness.

You do pay a little more than for a basic Mainstays pillow, but $7.88 isn’t going to break the bank, and if you struggle with sleep because of allergies or asthma, it’s worth the investment.

Not only does the pillow come with a super-soft and comfortable microfiber cover, but it can also be tossed in the washer for easy cleaning.

2. Coop Home Goods Eden Memory Foam Pillow

If you’re going to drop $90 on a pillow, it had better be the best pillow you’ve ever put your head on, right?

The Coop Home Goods Eden Memory Foam option is definitely in the running, and every aspect of it has been calibrated to provide luxury to its owner.

It’s made of gel-infused memory foam and features a microfiber fill to help your head stay cool.

You can remove or add that memory foam to adjust the pillow’s size to your own personal desires – the company even includes a bonus bag of fill for you to play around with width.

The pillow is 100 percent vegan and cruelty-free – absolutely no animals were harmed at any point in the pillow-making process.

Yes, the Queen is $89.99 and the King-size is $99.99 at Walmart, but this high-end buy has customers raving.

1. Sertapedic Endless Comfort

Serta’s take on the Mainstays pillow, with which this list was opened, the Endless Comfort costs $14.88 for the Standard Queen and $18.44 for the King through Walmart.

The 100 percent cotton cover is a huge boon and quite an upgrade versus the Mainstays version.

If you love those pillows on hotel beds, because they’re so soft, so fluffy, so puffy and so luxe-feeling, you will definitely enjoy these comfortable down illusion ones.

To know more, you can also read our posts on the things to know before buying a mattress from Walmart, most sold items at Walmart, and Walmart mattress return policy.


Walmart really has the “comfort” market cornered, with its vast array of name brand and house brand pillows designed for every type of sleeper. From very high-end $100 pillows to simple, straightforward options for less than $4, there’s a choice for every budget, too.

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Marques Thomas

Marques Thomas graduated with a MBA in 2011. Since then, Marques has worked in the retail and consumer service industry as a manager, advisor, and marketer. Marques is also the head writer and founder of

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