Amazon: Eclipse Kendall Blackout Single Panel Curtains as Low as $5.84 (Ships w/$25 Order)

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Head on over to Amazon where you can score this Eclipse Kendall 42″ by 63″ Thermaback Blackout Single Panel in black for only $5.97, the Chocolate 42″ x 84″ Blackout Panel for $6.42, or the Eclipse Kendall 42″ by 84″ Thermaback Blackout Single Panel in cafe for $5.97 when you clip the 10% off coupon!

This seems like a great price as these curtain panels are regularly priced at $22.99!

Be sure to click through the various sizes and colors as several other colors also have the coupon offer and some have low prices even without the coupon.

Please note that these curtains are Add-on items and will ship FREE with a qualifying $25+ order. To get your total up to $25, check out all the Amazon deals we’ve posted recently here.


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Comments 8

  1. DJ

    I need blinds. Cheapest prices are Home Depot. Any ideas? Love the turquoise color curtains.

  2. DJ

    Also,
    I have a front door with the see through sides, any ideas for inexpensive, but good looking ideas for privacy? Thanks a bunches!

    • Jennine

      Hey DJ we had the same issue in our last house. We used contact paper and tissue paper creating our own stain glass effect. Covering the other side with contact paper after the tissue paper was done. It was sunny most of the time where we lived, so it truly looked like a stained glass piece of art. Check Pinterest if interested in more ideas.

      If that doesn’t sound fun my sister used
      Window Film stickers she got at Target. You can find more affordable ones on Amazon Window Films Opaque Decorative Frosted Privacy – Static Cling No Glue – Circle Pattern Bathroom Glass Sticker – 17.71″ x 39″ /Roll https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075FP28LV/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_A9XBAbJZETK2N

    • Aw

      If the glass on the sides is clear and you want the light but people not to be able to see through it. Look up decorative window film. You can make it cloudy or stain glass look by just applying it. It’s really cheap and easy to put on

    • Staci

      We have the same problem at our house. Long narrow windows along the door. Neighbor kids like to peak in. We used that frosted film that Jennine pointed out on our bathroom windows and it’s really nice. I think we are going to put that on our windows by the door too. Not the easiest to put on but it looks nice (they have different patterns, designs and colors) and it still lets light in.

  3. Jennifer

    Thank you! This was on my wish list of awhile!

  4. Ann

    This is the best price I’ve ever seen for blackout panels.

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