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But buying a new mattress is a big investment, and in some cases, it pays to hold off your mattress purchase until the prices are discounted. Luckily, those times come at fairly predictable and frequent times throughout the year for many online mattress brands and retail stores.




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Thanksgiving has long been the kick-off to the Christmas shopping season with Black Friday ranking as one of the top ten busiest shopping days of the year. Mattress retailers offer deep discounts to try to cash in on the huge numbers of shoppers who turn out, in person and online, for Black Friday mattress sales that last through Cyber Monday.


The holiday sale schedule means February, May and September are good times to find mattresses on sale before, during, and after the dates in question. But there are other reasons why these months are the best months to buy mattresses.


These types of sales can pop up at any time, so as soon as you begin thinking about replacing an old mattress, start doing your research on the brand, size, material type and firmness level you might want. Then keep your eyes peeled for ads announcing these store openings, closing and relocations.


Saatva and its subsidiaries Loom & Leaf and Zenhaven do not traditionally discount their mattress prices. Purple does not run regular sales but sometimes offers discounts on bundled items, such as a mattress and foundation combo. Tuft & Needle has begun running seasonal sales for mattresses and accessories.


Most online mattress companies have a live chat feature on their site that allows you to get answers to your questions in real time, including information about upcoming sales. Live chats also provide you with an opportunity to try to negotiate a lower price even when no sale is running.


Eliminating the middleman and lower overhead costs allows online mattress companies to offer year-round bargains and a no-haggle approach to selling mattresses. So really, a good time to buy a mattress from online companies is anytime you need a new mattress. The prices will almost always be lower than physical retailers.


That being said, most online mattress outlets have begun to offer sales throughout the year for extra savings. Like the brick and mortar stores, many online stores time their sales around national holidays and Black Friday to take advantage of the times people are primed for shopping.


Black Friday and Cyber Monday are here, which means it's a great time to be perusing deals (bed in a box, anyone?). The deals have already been running for the better part of a week, though you often get the best deals on the day itself. Some of CNET's favorite picks like Purple and Brooklyn Bedding are running huge Black Friday deals right now. Casper, for example, is offering $800 off mattresses for Black Friday. These are some of the best prices you'll see all year.


Depending on the brand, you'll see offers for 12% to 40% off mattresses, while other brands offer flat rates off select mattresses. but it doesn't just stop at mattresses, you'll also be able to get adjustable bases, pillows and sheets at a discounted price.


To find the best buy, research different mattress types and brands to see which one you'd like, and look at sales the company has running. Chances are the best sales were on or around Black Friday, though you'll still see big savings when Cyber Monday rolls around. Many brands extend their sale period to a few days after the holiday.


You can find a great deal on a mattress during holiday weekends, including Labor Day (perhaps especially Labor Day), Memorial Day, President's Day and the Fourth of July. If you buy during one of these holiday specials, you can expect a 10% to 20% discount, Mattress Firm Divisional President Jody Putnam told NerdWallet.


Many mattress stores will replace their inventory with newer models around March or April, which is a great time for you to swoop in and ask a store associate if you can buy an old model you've been eyeing.


This is also the time of year when stores need to get rid of their floor models to make way for new. As long as you're OK with the fact other customers also likely gave the mattress a test run by lying on it (though the pandemic might mean there have been fewer than usual), you could be able to save up to 50% off the price of a mattress this way. Simply ask the store when they plan on replacing their floor models with new inventory.


Some general mattress-buying tips? Don't be afraid to negotiate a lower price and walk away if you feel the price is too high, especially in brick-and-mortar stores where prices may be marked up. It's also important to stick to your guns and not let anyone persuade you into buying mattress accessories that you don't need.


Also, pay attention to the total dollar amount you're saving on a mattress, rather than getting swept away by a high percentage-off deal. While a 20% sale on a mattress sounds great, if the mattress costs $2,500 and it isn't the bed of your dreams, you might be better off getting a $100 discount (or no real discount) on a $1,000 mattress that you like just as well.


The most popular mattress size on the market, a queen mattress provides ample room for two people to sleep comfortably, without sacrificing valuable space in the bedroom. Measuring a comfortable 60" x 80", this versatile sized mattress is a wonderful option for both guest bedrooms and smaller sized master bedrooms.


The space-saving twin mattress is the perfect solution for small bedrooms, bunk beds, dorms, or vacation homes. Measuring a narrow 39" x 75", the twin is the smallest mattress size available, and intended for use by single sleepers. Its small scale ensures that it will take up very little space, and allows for lots of flexibility in placement. And in the case of a shared bedroom, each person can still have their own bed without the room feeling too cramped.


Back sleepers do best with a mattress that offers consistent end-to-end support to keep their neck, shoulders, and torso perfectly aligned. If you enjoy sleeping on your back, consider purchasing a mattress that has medium to medium-firm support, with light contouring to keep your spine properly positioned. There are many types of mattresses that a back sleeper might enjoy, but most find that medium-firm foam mattressesand some medium-firm hybrid mattresses, are the most comfortable.


Many side sleepers enjoy a mattress that has soft to medium-soft firmness, with an equal balance of support and body contouring. A memory foam mattress is a great choice because it easily molds to the body, giving superior pressure point relief. Another option is an innerspring mattress with a soft top layer, or any type of mattress designed to relieve pressure points around the upper body and hips.


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The first thing you have to do when making a big purchase is set a budget. Remember: More expensive doesn't always mean better quality. You don't have to spend thousands of dollars to get a good night's sleep.


$1,000 is a good place to start your budget for a quality queen bed. You can find mattresses that cost as little as $200, but you'll get less durable materials with them. On the other hand, a $5,000 mattress could be packed with extra features that you don't even need.


Best Way to Find a Cheap MattressWhen it comes to something as important as sleep, you shouldn't always go for the cheapest option. However, finding a good quality, inexpensive mattress is definitely possible.


An innerspring mattress uses metal coils under a comfortable top layer. The top layer's material and the number of coils can vary. An innerspring mattress provides firmer support and can work for side, stomach, or back sleepers.


When you lie on a memory foam mattress, you'll feel as if you are sinking in. The mattress conforms to your body. Memory foam mattresses helps relieve pressure, which makes it especially great for side and back sleepers.


New memory foam mattresses sometimes smell. It's part of a process called off-gassing, where the mattress gives off small amounts of VOCs. Look for foams that are CertiPUR-US certified to ensure that the foam is made without harmful amounts of chemicals and ozone depleters.


How often should you buy a new mattress?Mattresses typically last around 8 years depending on the style and manufacturer. Pay attention to the warnings signs. As soon as you notice them, it's time to start shopping for a new mattress.


If you like more than one mattress material, try a hybrid. Hybrids use thick layers of two or more materials. Most hybrids are made of innerspring and memory foam. The result is like an innerspring bed with more pressure relief and less motion transfer thanks to memory foam.


Latex mattresses have good support but less pressure relief than foam mattresses. When you lie on a latex mattress, you'll feel like you're sleeping on top of it rather than sinking into it. This supportive choice is a great option for stomach and back sleepers.


If you're looking for a natural mattress, latex is one of the few mattress materials that can actually be organic. Keep an eye out for mattresses with Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) and Global Organic Latex Standard (GOLS) certifications. 041b061a72


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