Tablecloths for Passover Round-Up ~ Under $30, Delivery by Saturday at the latest

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Do you need a new tablecloth or two for Pesach? Check out these options I found for you.

#1. Benson Mills Textured Fabric Tablecloth (60″ x 104″) in grey, white or flax $18.99 with delivery no later than Saturday (some colors are even earlier)

#2. Benson Mills Chagall Spillproof Tablecloth (60″ x 140″) in Grey — $20.23, available with Thursday delivery

#3. Benson Mills Harmony Scroll Tablecloth (60″ x 104″) in Silver Blue — $22.99, with Thursday delivery (many other sizes and colors are available). This one is my favorite. I love that silver blue color.

#4. Violet Linen European Damask Design Tablecloth White (60″ x 120″) in White $22.77 with Saturday delivery

#5. Elegance Plaid Contemporary Woven Solid Decorative Tablecloth by Newbridge in white (60″ x 144″)— $29.99, available for Friday delivery

Last but not least, no matter which tablecloths you decide to use, you may want to grab this LAMINET Heavy-Duty Deluxe Crystal Clear Vinyl Tablecloth Protector 60×120 ($11.79, available for Friday delivery) to save yourself some laundry.

This cover is also available in many other sizes and prices vary depending on the measurements.

(Before I got married and had kids, I was strictly anti-tablecloth protectors. I’ve lost my adamance after having more than one tablecloth ruined by grape juice and red wine! I don’t use it on my cheap tablecloths, but the good ones (like the one embroidered by my grandmother!) definitely get a cover!)


  1. elvira zlatopolsky says

    how about faux leather ones? have you had any experience with those? whats the best place to buy?

  2. Closeout connections has them

  3. shaindy friedrich says

    Hi Mara,
    I’ve seen a selection of faux leather tablecloths on I think the prices range from $28-$50, depending on the size. Shipping is charged to customer, $10 flat rate.
    Thanks for all your wonderful work!

  4. What about the crushed velvet kosher ones? Have you found these anywhere? Thanks!

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