How to spot the best Mattress deal in 2019

By mlemelin - January 03, 2018

People spend a third of their lives sleeping, which hopefully means that a third of our lives are spent on mattresses. Sleeping on an uncomfortable mattress can lead to poor sleep, pain, stress, and fatigue that lasts all day. We all deserve a great sleep, but there’s no need to spend thousands of dollars on a new mattress. In fact, some of the best mattresses out there will let you sleep easy without breaking the bank.


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Companies like Casper are taking the mattress industry by storm. There are multiple benefits to choosing to shop with Casper, but the best one is likely their guarantee, which stipulates that if you don’t love your Casper mattress after 100 nights, Casper will pick it up, donate it to a local charity, and give you a full refund. Casper ships its mattresses for free and their customer service is incomparable. Perhaps most interestingly, Casper mattresses come delivered in a box, which will boggle your mind after you get it out. How do they get their product in that box, you’ll ask yourself? Surely it’s Casper magic.

Savvy customers may already know this, but Casper sponsors hundreds of podcasts and radio shows, and astute listeners can usually get at least $50 off a Casper purchase by typing in one of their promo codes during your online purchase. Plus, if you spend more than $1,000 on a Casper mattress, you can receive $100 off.

But wait, there’s more! Casper offers a variety of mattress choices. Their Essential Mattress ranges from $350 (twin) to $725 (California King). It’s a great option, as its breathable foam allows you to stay cool in the summer, and toasty in the winter. The Casper Mattress ranges from $550 (twin) to $1,150 (California King). Its memory foam top lets you sleep like a baby, and it even has a zip-off cover that allows for easy cleaning. The Wave Mattress is Casper’s luxury mattress product. Ranging from $1,000 (twin) to $2,250 (California King), this option has targeted back and core support, precision contouring for pressure relief, and a hypersensitive top layer for extra comfort. Each mattress comes with a 10-year warranty, and can be financed through monthly payments if need be.


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Purple Mattress offers a No Pressure™ 100-night guarantee, which offers you a full refund if you don’t like their product. That said, you likely won’t be wanting to ever give back your Purple mattress. Their Hyper-Elastic Polymer provides free air flow, a cool sleep design, pressure-release comfort and support, and no-feel motion transfer. When you also consider that Purple uses allergen-resistant and non-toxic products, that’s a lot of wins in one product. But that’s not all. Purple mattresses are shipped for free, carry a 10-year warranty, and come in a tube that looks like a giant yoga mat.

Plus, all Purple Mattress products are made in the USA!

The Purple Mattress ranges from a twin priced at $699, to a California King priced at $1,299. Each size comes with the option of monthly payments over the course of 6, 8, or 12 months. Though Purple Mattress doesn’t offer the same promo codes that Casper does, they often will discount other products when you buy a mattress.


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Spindle is a premium latex mattress brand that cuts down on cost without compromising quality. Founded by a fourth-generation mattress maker (yes, that is a thing!) who wanted to make remarkable mattresses at a fraction of the price, Spindle is like a Mom and Pop shop for online mattress shoppers.

For starters, Spindle is up to $1,000 cheaper than its competitors, and also offers a modular, customizable product, allowing you to adjust the firmness of your mattress by taking away or adding layers. Their 3-inch-thick natural latex is durable, breathable, and organic. Natural latex is known to be more comfortable than other mattress materials, and Spindle buys their natural latex directly from producers. If you’re looking for a premium natural latex mattress, you likely won’t find a cheaper deal than Spindle.

Sleep is incredibly important. A good night of sleep is linked with long-term health and long-term wealth. Without a good night of sleep, we are less happy, less aware, and generally less useful than we could be. That said, a good night’s sleep shouldn’t cost an arm and a leg. And, because each of the aforementioned brands is committed to providing affordable mattresses, it doesn’t.