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I travel two or three times every week and one of the most popular products at any airport is also one of the most marked up! Those neck, nap and travel pillows that fly off store shelves are marked up by as much as 300 percent at airports, and in most cases, you're just buying a glorified bean bag cushion.
If you feel like you need a nap at your desk as we begin the work-week, or you're just feeling a little stiff with the change of seasons, don't buy a knock-off.
Instead of paying $30, let me show what I call the miracle neck pillow which is under $15 on Amazon.com right now and is the best travel pillow you can buy.
Whether you snore like a freight train (like I do), or you're suffering from neck, back or shoulder pain, today one pillow can make a world of difference just in time for the upcoming holiday season.
Click the play button to see hear about my journey with the pillow!
Features of this top-rated microbead neck and travel pillow
- Ideal for upcoming Thanksgiving and holiday travel
- Can be used in conjunction with a traditional pillow
- Provides the ultimate neck support
- Corrects your posture, keeps pressure of your spine
- Great for home and relaxation
- Dual comfort: plush and cozy on one side with cool relaxing material on the other
- Not made of cheap bean bag material like competing products
- Serves as a table pillow for desk naps and relaxation
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Who is Matt Granite?
- Matt Granite is a freelance consumer reporter who produces stories and video for this Station, Amazon and others. He is not compensated by the brands featured here. This Station and its parent company may receive a share of the revenue from the site that sells the product if you purchase one of these products using the link on this page.