As we say goodbye to summer, we can look forward to all the usual celebrations — and sales — of Labor Day. With autumn already being one of the best times of year to buy a mattress, amazing discounts like these make the first weekend of September even better for mattress shoppers. This year’s mattress sales are sure to impress, especially the Labor Day mattress sales from our top five favorite brands. Browse the best Labor Day mattress sales with us and see what works best for your household’s style and budget!
Today’s best Labor Day mattress sales
- — $536, was $595
- — $986, was $1,095
- — $1,049, was $1,149
- Saatva Classic Mattress — $1,199, was $1,399
- Layla Hybrid Mattress — $1,449, was $1,649
Tuft & Needle Original Mattress — $536, was $595
The first and most popular of the Tuft & Needle mattresses, the Tuft & Needle Original is crafted of premium quality graphite and cooling gel-infused memory foam. It has superb temperature regulating properties that allow heat and moisture to be pulled away from the body overnight, ensuring a good night’s sleep. For anyone who appreciates a medium-firm feel and a great budget value, this mattress is ideal. Tuft & Needle offers a risk-free 100-night sleep trial to allow you time to try the mattress and see if you really love it. If you don’t? Simply return it and get your money back. This Labor Day, the Tuft & Needle Original Mattress is available in queen size for $536, having been $595 at regular price.
Who’s it best for? The Tuft & Needle Original Mattress is great for all sleep positions, anyone who sleeps hot, and anyone who enjoys a medium-firm feel.
The Labor Day Sale: Tuft & Needle’s Labor Day Sale offers 10% off everything site-wide until September 7, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. PST.
Casper Original Mattress — $986, was $1,095
For both its supportive and cooling features, people of all sleep position preferences enjoy the Casper Original Mattress. Available in your choice of all-foam or hybrid, the Casper Original features three zones of superior spine-aligning support, a remarkably breathable perforated foam, and an eco-friendly cover consisting of over 50 recycled plastic bottles. It also offers excellent motion isolation — so if you share a bed, your sleep won’t be disturbed whenever your partner gets up for a snack. The Casper Original Mattress in queen size is on sale for Labor Day at $986. It was originally priced at $1,095.
Who’s it best for? The Casper Original Mattress is excellent for anyone who sleeps hot or has overnight pain from improper alignment, plus folks of all sleep position preferences and couples who need good motion isolation.
The Labor Day sale: The Casper Labor Day sale offers 10% off your entire order with code COMFORT until September 7, 2020, at 11:50 p.m. PT.
The Purple Mattress — $1049, was $1,149
The Purple Mattress has all the expected features plus a few new ones to dazzle the Labor Day sale shopper this year. For starters, it still has the original proprietary Purple Grid technology, which maximizes breathability and airflow to help cool off hot sleepers. From there, it offers perfect support for the hips, back, and shoulders, as well as exceptional motion-isolation for couples and additional edge support to boot. Enjoy it for a 100-night risk-free sleep trial to see if you really like it once it’s broken in. If you find you don’t, you can return it for a full refund. The Purple Mattress is available in queen size this Labor Day for $1,049. It was originally $1,149.
Who’s it best for? The Purple Mattress works well for hot sleepers, anyone with allergies, anyone who needs minimal motion transfer, and all sleep position preferences.
The Labor Day sale: This year’s Purple Labor Day Sale can save you up to $350 on a mattress and/or sleep bundles. You can save $125 off the Purple Hybrid Mattress, and bundles can save you up to $200 off two Harmony pillows, sheets, and mattress protectors.
Saatva Classic Mattress — $1,199, was $1,399
The Saatva Classic Mattress offers a unique combination of spine-aligning support, superior edge reinforcement, sturdy steel coils, and environmentally-safe components covered with a decadently plush Euro pillow top. Available in eight sizes and three firmness levels, the Saatva Classic Mattress (like all Saatva products) is endorsed by leading U.S. chiropractors. Try it for a generous 180-night risk-free home sleep trial to see if you really love it. If not, return it for a full refund. Saatva products can be delivered via white glove setup with additional old mattress removal as well. The Saatva Classic Mattress is offered for $1,199 this Labor Day, originally priced at $1,399.
The Labor Day sale: Saatva’s Labor Day sale offers $200 off orders of $1,000 or more until midnight on September 7, 2020.
Who’s it best for? The Saatva Classic Mattress is ideal for those in need of pressure relief, spine-alignment, edge support, and exceptional comfort.
Layla Hybrid Mattress — $1,449, was $1,649
From its antimicrobial copper, gel-infused foam to its optimal edge support and supportive, individually-wrapped coil system, the Layla Hybrid Mattress is crafted with impressive innovation. What’s more? You can flip it from its firm side to its soft side or vice versa whenever you need a change. Try it for 120 nights and return it if you don’t like it for a full refund. Part of one of the best Labor Day mattress sales this year, the Layla Hybrid Mattress is available for $1,449 this Labor Day, previously priced at $1,649.
The Labor Day sale:
- $150 off Memory Foam mattresses; $200 off hybrid mattresses, plus two free Layla memory foam pillows.
- Buy one Kapok pillow and get one half-off.
Who’s it best for? The Layla Hybrid is great for side, back, and stomach sleepers, those in need of edge support, and those with joint and muscle pain in need of relief.
How to choose the right mattress
Is it time for a new mattress? Most mattresses can last at least between eight and 12 years, depending upon how you use them and how well they’re constructed. Generally speaking, latex mattresses usually last the longest, followed by most standard memory foam and hybrid varieties, while innerspring types tend to need replacement more frequently.
When it is time to get a new mattress, it can be confusing to sort through all the jargon and criteria to find what’s best for your needs. But don’t worry — we’ve broken it all down into simple categories for you below. Just take a minute to familiarize yourself with each section, and then decide what type of mattress you need before you begin browsing.
Memory foam: This mattress type is like lying down into a nice big hug. It’s generally made of foam without any underlying support coils and can be great for body contouring (when the mattress contours to your body shape). It also provides nice motion isolation (when you can sit up or get out of bed without too much motion or bouncing) and decent pressure relief (alleviates pressure on the joints, etc.). Usually, these are best for side sleepers.
Innerspring: These mattresses have an inner coil system, which usually provides more support than a foam mattress, but possibly less pressure relief. They’re considered bouncier with less motion isolation. One bonus for these types is that they’re often much more affordable than the others, so those on a limited budget might want to check these first.
Hybrid: These types usually feature a coil support structure as well as a thick foam layer, or some may integrate latex. They’re generally good for most sleep positions and hot sleepers, but they aren’t known for providing great motion isolation.
Latex: These are known to be quite durable, a bit on the bouncy side, light on the contouring, and not great for motion isolation. They can be eco-friendly if made with natural, organic latex.
Your sleeping position
Stomach sleepers: If you sleep on your stomach, you’ll probably prefer a firmer mattress so you don’t sink down in and feel like you’re smothering on mattress foam. It’s also better for your spine.
Side sleepers: Those who prefer side slumber will usually prefer a medium-soft or soft mattress if they weigh less. Heavier side sleepers (200 pounds or more) tend to prefer firmer options.
Back sleepers: Medium-firm and firm mattresses are best for back sleepers, depending upon their weight and how much support/give they need in a mattress. (Lighter folks can get more comfort from softer mattresses, while heavier people need firmer options.)
Your body type and the firmness of your mattress
It’s important to consider how firm your mattress is when deciding which type is best for you, and your body weight should be factored into the decision as well. You’ll often find a scale of some type from firmest to softest provided with each brand of mattresses.
Generally, heavier people feel more comfortable on a firmer mattress, while lighter folks enjoy a softer type. On a similar note, back and stomach sleepers do better with firm densities, while side sleepers find softer varieties more comfortable. Additionally, hot sleepers and those with back pain also tend to prefer firmer mattresses, while couples seem to do better with softer varieties. That may not always be true, however, as it ends up a matter of personal preference overall.
We hope this Labor Day sale guide gives you a good idea of where to start your holiday mattress shopping this year and what to look for along the way. If you find you need more information, be sure to stop into our sleep hub for updates on the best deals any time of year, news on the top bedding brands, and ways to set your household up with the best possible mattresses, bedding, and other sleep products available. Until next time — happy shopping!
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