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Best Cheap Mattress Sales and Deals for April 2021

Layla Hybrid Mattress

A great mattress can help you get the best sleep possible. Sleep isn’t just about comfort, it’s an important element of good health. If you’re shopping for cheap mattresses, the good news is that the major brands have mattress sales year round. You may have specific needs, however. Some want to choose the best organic mattress for a greener sleep while others look for the best mattress deals for a good night’s sleep to reduce your stress and increase your rest. We’ve done the work and found the best mattress sales from top brands. We also include tips on how to choose a mattress.

Mattress Sales 2021

  • Casper — from $356
  • DreamCloud — from $699
  • Helix — from $699 and get 2 free Dream pillows, was $699
  • Layla — from $499 plus 2 Layla Memory Foam pillows, was $649
  • Leesa — from $699 with 2 free down alternative pillows, was $799
  • Nectar — from $499 with up to $399 in free accessories
  • Saatva — from $849
  • Tempur-Pedic from $1,189
  • Tuft and Needle — from $383
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Leesa Sale: Up to $400 off + 2 Free Pillows

Up to $400 off + 2 Free Pillows

When you buy any Leesa mattress, you'll get a sheet set. You can get $350 off if you buy their Legend mattress, $250 off for their Hybrid mattress, and $150 off on their Original mattress.
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Leesa Original Mattress, Queen

949 1099
Leesa mattress feels like a hug while you sleep. The premium foam has cooling and contouring elements, and also offers pressure-relieving support.
Queen
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Tuft & Needle Mint Mattress

986 1095
From temperature regulation to dependable support, this mattress offers it all. Its three-foam build consists of the T&N Adaptive foam which conforms to the shape of your body for a comfortable sleep.
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Layla Memory Foam Mattress, Queen

899 1049
Layla's memory foam is made to cradle and make your body comfortable as you sleep. You'll wake up feeling refreshed without any body pain.
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Layla Hybrid Mattress

from $1,099 + two pillows

Invest in this 6-layer hybrid mattress from Layla Sleep which is both firm and soft. You can choose between sleeping on a firmer side or an ultra-soft, plush-like side by simply flipping it.
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T&N Original Mattress

591 695
Reward yourself with a mattress that is comfortable for all kinds of sleeping positions. The T&N Original is a classic choice made from two layers of open-cell foam and cooling gel for a cozy feeling.
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Nectar Lush Mattress

1499 1898
Bring the quality of your sleep to a whole new level with this mattress. It's built with premium layers plus a dual action cooling tech for maximum comfort and support.
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Leesa Legend Mattress

from $1.549

Compared to the original Leesa mattress, the Legend variant is considered the most luxurious. It's made from super soft organic cotton and Merino wool to help you sleep soundly.
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Leesa Hybrid Mattress, queen

1549 1799
If you enjoy the traditional firm feel of innerspring but also want memory foam, then this is the mattress for you. The Hybrid has a 1.5-inch memory foam layer and a 6-inch pocket spring layer.
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Nectar Memory Foam Queen mattress

from $799

Nectar's premium memory foam mattress draws off body heat while it also supports and hugs your body. 11-inches high, this mattress has Nectar's maximum airflow.
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The Purple Mattress, Queen size

from $1,149

Fully supported sleep with a mattres that builds on two layers of comfort foam with a top breathable gel grid. 100-night trial plus free shipping and returns.
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Helix Sunset Queen mattress

from $999

The Helix Sunset mattress has soft plush top layers over pressure point layers to cushion your shoulders and thighs, middle layers that support body contours for side sleepers, and a breathable cover.
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Loom & Leaf Mattress

from $899

Treat yourself with Saatva's best memory foam mattress using 5-pound memory foam and high-density foam in layers for contour support and and cool comfort from gel-infused foam.
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Saatva HD Mattress

from $1,299

Heavier people who weigh up to 500 pounds can feel supported with the Saatva HD mattress. Heavy duty hybrid innerspring support with 5-zone latex for support and comfort. 12.5-gauge steel coils.
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Zenhaven Latex Mattress

from $1,199

Natural, organic, nontoxic materials with with cotton and New Zealand wool and five layers of latex for lower back support and comfort. Flippable for different firmness levels.
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Purple Hybrid Premier Mattress, Queen size

from $2299 + free Purple sheets and 2 Plush pillows

Copmbine supportive foam with pocketed coals and top it off with a cooling gel grid that conforms to your body -- and then add a thicker grid 50% to 100% more for fabulous sleep.
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Purple Hybrid Mattress, Twin XL

from $1,399 + free Purple sheets and 1 Plush Pillow

Combine the Purple mattress's gel grid with pocketed coils for more adaptive response than foam-only beds. This bed benefits in support and durability.
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Purple Hybrid Premier, Twin XL

from $1,999 with free Purple sheets and Plush pillow

Purple's flagship mattress adds to the Purple Hybrid combination of pocketed coils with a transition foam layer and a gel grid, but the Hybrid Premier has thicker gel grids a greater floating feeling.
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Casper Original Queen mattress

from 1,095

Casper's all-foam mattress is designed for comfortable sleep with zoned support to align the spine and air circulation features to help you keep cool. The mattress cover is made from recycled bottles.
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Purple Hybrid Mattress, Queen size

from $1,699 with free Purple sheets and a Plush pillow

Foam comfort and coil support for the best of both mattress compositions. The coils react quickly to your body movements, the foam keeps it cozy, and the breathable gel grid helps against overheating.
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Layla Memory Foam Queen mattress

from $899

Layla's Memory Foam Mattress has a top layer of antimicrobial copper foam that conforms to your body pressure and pulls heat away from your body so you can sleep cooler.
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Saatva Classic Mattress

from $849

Get a great night's sleep in your budget on a dual-coil mattress with innersprings, foam coils, and a plush pillow top to support and cushion. Spinal zone with memory foam reduces lower back pressure.
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Purple Kids Mattress, up to 14 years old

from $499

Designed for kids up to 14 years of age, the Purple Kids Mattress in bunk or loft bed size combines supportive foam and a breathable gel grid with a washable cover.
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Saatva Latex Hybrid Mattress

from $899

This hybrid's organic latex lets you rest on an all-natural mattress with certified nontoxic organic cotton and New Zealand wool. Cover is hand-tufted and botanical antimicrobial treated
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DreamCloud Queen mattress

from $999

DreamCloud's hybrid 5-layer mattress has a quilted foam cashmere top layer, pressure-relief layer, memory foam layers, a targeted support layer, and a dense foam base layer.
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Tuft & Needle Original Adaptive Foam Mattress

591 695
This bed-in-a-box is Oeko-Tex certified (eco-friendly) and comes with a 100-night guarantee.
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Saatva Solaire mattress

from $1,997

Adjust either side of the Solaire mattress. You'll sleep on six layers of comfort and support with adjustable angle and firmness. Forget about wrestling with pillows for support, go Solaire.
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Saatva Youth Mattress

from $699

Saatva's innerspring mattress for kids is dual-sided so you can flip it when your child grows and needs more support. Hypoallergenic, antimicrobial organic cotton cover for comfort and health.
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Leesa Original Queen mattress

from $949

The Leesa Original all-foam mattress uses layers of foam for cooling, contouring, and pressure relief. The mattress combines bounce, comfort and support and has a soft, breathable gray twill cover.
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The Purple Mattress, Twin size

from $599

Sleep on a 2-inch breathable gel grid over two-layers of comfort form with a mattress that cools as it adapts to your contours and supports your whole body.

When Is The Best Time To Shop The Mattress Sales?

There’s both good news and better news about timing your shopping for mattress sales. The good news is that mattresses are virtually always on sale. Sometimes the elements of the mattress deals are packages of accessories such as pillows, mattress pads, and sheeting. So anytime you go shopping for a new mattress, even if you don’t get a break on the mattress list price you’ll still save, potentially save a lot, on accessories that you might not have budgeted for but would really like. For example, who wants to put an old mattress pad on a brand new bed? And who doesn’t appreciate a new pillow?

The even better news about mattress sales is that mattress manufacturers and retailers periodically take greater discounts off list prices and add other deals and bonuses to sweeten the deals — and they run these supercharged sales events at the same time. It might seem counter-intuitive to run a sale when other companies, your competitors, are also having a sale. However, since mattress sellers compete with each for the same customers based on mattress quality and features in addition to price, they all benefit with simultaneous sales because doing so ramps up the excitement.

If you are shopping for a new mattress from necessity because you’re adding a bed to your home or your current mattress was damaged by fire, smoke, water, or whatever, and needs immediate replacement, you may not have much of a chance to wait for a big multi-brand sale.

Mattress sellers leverage the excitement of multi-brand sales that occur around major events, such as Presidents Day or Black Friday, for two examples, to boost their business volumes by attracting people who might shop because of a desire to upgrade, but not necessity. The extra excitement, and significantly deeper discounts, results in more business for all.

The bottom line is it’s always a good time to shop mattress sales, but with a major seasonal selling event, you can save even more — often much more.

How to Choose a Mattress

We get it that choosing a mattress can be confusing. The vast range of materials, construction methods, comfort, and personal fit are compounded by prices that range from “Not-too-bad” to “Are-You-Out-of-Your-Mind?” But in the end it needn’t be too difficult to find the right mattress that works for you, providing the support and comfort you need for a good night’s sleep all at a price that doesn’t lay waste to your budget.

  • Construction: The main factors to consider about construction are the design and materials as they contribute to support, comfort, and durability. Traditional box-spring mattresses have given way to layers of memory foam. Hybrid designs include one or more layers of springs or coils with two or more foam layers. Extra attention to firm up the edges with some form of perimeter support can add to the life of the mattress and the ease of getting on and off.
  • Comfort: Mattresses need to combine adequate support with enough give for comfort without hugging too tight so you get too hot. Look for breathable foam layers with airflow contours and gel-infusions that can draw off heat and moisture. Most brands have long trial periods, from 90 to 365 days, so you can return the mattress to try another version if your original purchase doesn’t do the job. Look for brands that include free shipping both ways (including returns if needed) to save.
  • Extras: You can added features such as extra antimicrobial covers, extra layers or extra-thick original layers and more. Some higher-end mattresses have adjustable firmness for each side.
  • Cost: Mattress costs range from a few hundreds of dollars for twin size to several thousand for the larger size mattresses. Hybrid mattresses with advanced cooling and comfort features including custom or adjustable firmness and adaptable frames can also add to the cost.

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