Where to buy big bath towels, not too pricey?

(35 Posts)
Forgetmenotblue Sat 22-Oct-16 15:55:15

I don't want a bale of different sizes, just 3 or 4 nice big ones in different colours.

I've found cheap and thin ones, and lovely but too expensive ones.

Any recommendations? Prefer to buy online for laziness but then I can't check how they feel.

MN wisdom required please!

GettingitwrongHauntingatnight Sat 22-Oct-16 15:57:26

Primark or Yesco

Kidnapped Sat 22-Oct-16 16:03:31

Just Linen

They have Christy and Sheridan stuff. Mostly about half price.

I get all towels and bedding from here. Good quality.

HunterHearstHelmsley Sat 22-Oct-16 16:04:06

I love the Asda ones! I got some bath sheets reduced a while back and they're lovely.

ThursdayLastWeek Sat 22-Oct-16 16:04:29

Ikea?

melibu84 Sat 22-Oct-16 16:05:14

We got some from Debenhams. They were in their "essentials range" and we're £8 each. They feel just as soft as the £30 egyptian cotton ones they were selling :| !

Monkeymonstermum Sat 22-Oct-16 16:05:22

T K Maxx

BarbaraofSeville Sat 22-Oct-16 16:05:54

Posting for ideas but the best ones I've had have been from Debenhams or BHS, although not an option now sadly.

I just wait for a sale and am not fussy about colours, so we have a selection of nice fluffy towels in random colours.

Farfromtheusual Sat 22-Oct-16 16:06:29

I second asda towels! Not too expensive and nice quality.

QueenLizIII Sat 22-Oct-16 16:08:58

My current dept store has Cath Kidston towels in the back end of the sale at £9.95 each for bath sheet size.

I have bought 3 styles but there is only one style left now.

Does your big dept store have any sales?

oleoleoleole Sat 22-Oct-16 16:10:30

Primark bath sheets are under £10 and unbeatable quality.

Forgetmenotblue Sat 22-Oct-16 16:18:57

Thanks all!

I'm near a big Asda so I'll try that first.

trinity0097 Sun 23-Oct-16 20:41:42

IKEA?

auldfuckingspinster Mon 24-Oct-16 12:24:10

I love my Asda big white towels, primark ok too.

Narnian Mon 24-Oct-16 12:30:58

TJ Hughes are good for Christy towels.

LIZS Mon 24-Oct-16 12:35:32

Wilko or Tesco

littlewoollypervert Mon 24-Oct-16 12:37:04

IKEA ones are great - but if you buy a dark colour, it needs about 4-5 washes for the loose fibres to all fall out of it (had to wipe the bath/sink every time I used a navy IKEA towel till it had gone through the wash several times)

Having said that, same towel is now about 4 yrs old and looks like new.

icklekid Mon 24-Oct-16 12:38:45

Got some from Dunelm mill that really happy with and very reasonable

Fennwalker Mon 24-Oct-16 13:55:41

Just got a John Lewis quick dry one as a tester, think it was £15, is lovely!

poisonedbypen Mon 24-Oct-16 13:58:56

Primark

Cherylene Mon 24-Oct-16 14:03:57

I usually try Dunelm for cheaper ones. For really cheap ones, I go to Sainsbury's and buy whatever colour they are trying to get rid of. grin.

Cumberland Mon 24-Oct-16 14:13:04

Matalan

FancyPantsDelacroixTheFirst Mon 24-Oct-16 14:25:42

Jumbo Towels from Studio A friend put me onto these and they have been used and washed to death and holding up well.

JoJoSM2 Mon 24-Oct-16 14:30:50

TK Maxx will sometimes have top notch stuff for not very much.

ChishandFips33 Mon 24-Oct-16 19:44:30

Asda here too - wash well and actually dry you too!

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