Why Some Retailers Stopped Selling MyPillow and Where It's Being Sold Now

MyPillow has been dropped from retailers after the brand's founder and CEO, Mike Lindell, faced backlash over his support for Donald Trump.

Kori Williams - Author

Apr. 11 2023, Updated 2:45 p.m. ET

MyPillow founder Mike Lindell
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The aftermath of the riots at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 may be over but they will never be forgotten. Bed Bath & Beyond and a number of other retailers decided to stop selling MyPillow after learning that Mike Lindell, the founder and CEO of the pillow brand, is a supporter of Donald Trump.Trump was accused of inciting the riot.

So, where is MyPillow now being sold?

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According to Newsweek, Lindell was reportedly caught on video leaving the White House where he was heard saying, "This is the only time we have in history to beat these guys, to suppress the evil, and beat the evil."

Lindell also said, "This is a fight for everything we've grown up with, everything we live for, everything this country stands for. The whole world is watching, and 100 percent, Donald Trump is going to be your president for the next four years."

Since being pulled from several store shelves, people still wonder where MyPillow can be purchased. Here's what we know.

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Why did Mike Lindell face backlash for supporting Trump?

Lindell has faced backlash multiple times. There was a tweet with pictures of him leaving the White House after allegedly meeting with Trump. In the pictures, he has notes under his arm about using "martial law if necessary." 

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The CEO has been open about his belief that election fraud led to Biden winning. Also, Lindell claimed to have found a "cure" for the coronavirus. According to Axios, Lindell said that President Trump should approve extract from the oleander plant to cure those impacted by the coronavirus.

All of this has led to people calling for retailers to drop MyPillow from their stores. Lindell says that stores are giving in to the pressure from "leftist groups" online. Despite this, Lindell has stood firmly by the statements he has made.

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Which stores dropped MyPillow?

After the controversy with Lindell, a number of big-name retailers decided to drop the pillow brand including Bed Bath & Beyond, Kohl's, HEB Stores, the Canadian Shopping Channel, and Wayfair. Lindell confirmed this in an interview with Right Side Broadcasting Network's Brian Glenn.

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"They're trying to cancel me out," Lindell said. "I just got off the phone with Bed Bath & Beyond. They're dropping MyPillow. Just got off the phone not five minutes ago. Kohl's, all these different places." He also said that the retailers are "scared." The retailers haven't commented publicly on the situation yet. 

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If you want to buy MyPillow in 2023, you can still purchase it from the company's official website. It's also available for sale on Amazon and Walmart.com, though it's sold through a third-party vendor.

What is Mike Lindell's net worth?

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Lindell is worth $50 million in 2023, which reflects a significant drop from the $300 million he was worth in 2021. Most of his wealth comes from MyPillow, but he has also had a number of other businesses over the years including a bar, raising pigs, and a carpet cleaning business.

Lindell founded MyPillow in 2004. The brand had its first TV commercial in 2011 and was frequently advertised on Tucker Carlson's show. Currently, the company has sold more than 41 million pillows, although it isn't clear how the backlash Lindell is experiencing will impact the company's sales.

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