This is definitely an example of false advertising. Their commercial as presented today on the WGN television station is so misleading it's a joke that's right up there with what happened to Steve Harvey at the end of the Miss Universe pageant.

I like the product and price very much. However, when I called their rep to ask why I didn't receive the extra (free one?) I was told when I ordered this last week it was on sale for $59.00 and if I wanted to get another (free one?) I'd have to place another order at the $59.00 sale price.

Product or Service Mentioned: Mypillow Pillow.

Reason of review: Not as described.

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Ad is clearly fraudulent. When the fraudster tamps down the pillow to show it will hold its shape, he presses down on one end of it to prevent the pillow from going flat. Do we have to press down the end of the $120 pillow all night to keep its shape?


I agree same thing but got one free for $120! Rip off


Perhaps listing to their jingle may have spared you the time and cost, after all, according to said jingle i.e. 'for the best night's sleep in the whole wide world, "visit" my pillow.com!'

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