Long Tablecloths for $30 or Less

Have you heard the news? Pesach is coming! 😉

If you’re going to need some new tablecloths for the holiday like I am, I thought this round-up of all the best options I’m seeing for $30 or less might be handy for you.

(Why under $30? Because there’s no need to break the bank for something you’re probably going to spill a glass or two of red wine all over!)

The tablecloths that I’m sharing in this post are all 140 inches or longer, but you can click on the link to navigate to shorter options, also available, if you need that instead.

Benson Mills Textured Fabric Tablecloth (60″ x 140″) in grey, flax or black – $19.99

  • 57% Polyester, 43% Cotton

Benson Mills Chagall Spillproof Tablecloth (60″ x 140″) in Grey – $20. 26 

  • 100% Treated Polyester
  • Also available in scarlet, black, white and off-white for a few pennies more

Benson Mills Natures Leaves Jacquard Printed Fabric Tablecloth (60″ x 140″) – $22.54

  • 52% Cotton; 48% Polyester

With all those fall leaves, you might want to grab this one for Sukkot!

Benson Mills Harmony Scroll Tablecloth (60″ x 144″) in Silver Blue, White, Birch or Silver – $25.99

  • Fabric Content: 58% Cotton, 42% Polyester
  • Features a hand assembled mitered border

This is my favorite. I love the silver blue color – isn’t it gorgeous?? I’m ordering it for myself!

Violet Linen European Damask Design Tablecloth White (60″ x 140″) in White – $27

  • 100% Polyester

Elegance Plaid Contemporary Woven Solid Decorative Tablecloth by Newbridge in white (60″ x 144″) – $29.99

  • 100% Textured Stain Resistant Polyester
  • Also available in beige, black, hunter green, gold and shadow blue

Newbridge Barcelona No-Iron Soil Resistant Fabric Damask Tablecloth (60″ x 144″) in white – $29.99

  • 100% Polyesther
  • Also available in antique white, golden beige, burgundy, gold, dark grey, hunter green and red

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 70″ x 144″ ($15.99) 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?

    • Mara Strom says

      it’s funny that you asked this – as a friend was just telling me about these. I haven’t found a good source for them, but I will keep looking.

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