Best mattress sales and deals for March 2021

A poorly made mattress can lead to all sorts of health problems such as back pain, so you need to be snoozing on the crème de la crème. And while it’s true this kind of cloud-level comfort usually doesn’t come cheap, we’ve found the best mattress sales that will make the chore of trading in your old mattress for something a bit more modern less of a strain on your bank account. Best of all, leading brands such as Layla and Casper are currently taking on retailers with their own mattress deals — making now the perfect time to breathe fresh life into your sleep station.

Best mattress sales 2021

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Leesa Sale: $350 off + Free Sheet Set with Mattress Purchase

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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Nectar Sale: $399 of Accessories Included with Mattress Purchase

$399 worth of Accessories for Free

For every Nectar mattress you buy, you can get two cooling pillows, a sheet set, and a mattress protector for free. All these accessories combined have a value of $399, talk about a great deal.
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Leesa Original Mattress

$949 $1,049
Leesa mattress feels like a hug while you sleep. The premium foam has cooling and contouring elements, and also offers pressure-relieving support.
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Layla Memory Foam Mattress

$899 $1,049
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

$1,499 $1,699
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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Nectar Lush Mattress

$1,499 $1,898
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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Studio by Leesa Mattress

$574 $699
This mattress from Leesa flaunts three layers of premium foam to ensure optimal support, comfort, and durability. The cover is breathable so you don't have to worry about sweaty, sleepless nights.
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Leesa Legend Mattress

$1,849 $2,299
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

$1,549 $1,799
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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Tempur-Pedic Tempur-LuxeAdapt, queen mattress

from $3,699

The Tempur-LuxeAdapt has 30% more conforming support and pressure relief than the TempurAdapt. 13-inches high. Optional hybrid coils not available.
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Tempur-Pedic Tempur-Adapt Mattress

From $2,099

Using material developed by NASA, the Tempur-Adapt mattress has a cool-to-touch cover with antimicrobial treatment over a Tempur-ES comfort layer, all supported by advanced adaptability Tempur.
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Tempur-Pedic Tempur-Adapt, twin mattress

available from $1,699

The Tempur-Adapt mattress line adds a cool-to-touch cover for even more comfortable sleep. You can also add optional hybrid technology with 1,000+ coil springs. 11-inches high.
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Tempur-Pedic, Tempur-LuxeAdapt, twin long mattress

from $3,199

The Tempur-LuxeAdapt has 30% more conforming support and pressure relief than the TempurAdapt. 13-inches high. Optional hybrid coils not available.
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Tempur-Pedic Tempur-Cloud, queen mattress

from $1,699

Tempur-Cloud mattresses are built to relief pressure point and adapt to motion. The mattress and cover both wick moisture to help you stay dry. 10-inches high.
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Leesa Original Mattress

From $699 + 2 free down alternative pillows

Leesa Original all-foam mattress uses premium foam for cooling, contour support, and pressure relief. Includes a breathable soft twill cover.
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Tempur-Pedic Tempur-ProAdapt, queen mattress

from $2,999

Tempur-ProAdapt mattresses add 20% more pressure relief with a zip-off cover than the Tempur-Adapt model. ProAdapt has a dual-cover system with a washable cover, optional coil springs, 12-inches high.
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Tempur-Pedic Tempur-breeze, queen mattress

from $4,999

Tempur-breeze mattresses are up to 8 degrees cooler all night with cooling covers, temperature change materials, and an extra cooling layer. 12-13-inch high.
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Saatva Classic Mattress

From $799

The Saatva Classic Mattress have five layers: tempered steel support coils, high-density memory foam, comfort coils, high-density foam perimeter rails, and a 3-inch Euro Pillow Top.
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Tempur-Pedic, Tempur-ProAdapt, twin mattress

from $2,499

Tempur-ProAdapt mattresses add 20% more pressure relief with a zip-off cover than the Tempur-Adapt model. ProAdapt has a dual-cover system with a washable cover, optional coil springs, 12-inches high.
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Tempur-Pedic Tempur-Cloud, twin mattress

From $1,189

Tempur-Cloud mattresses are built to relief pressure point and adapt to motion. The mattress and cover both wick moisture to help you stay dry. 10-inches high.
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Layla Memory Foam Mattress

From $499 plus up to $200 in free product

Layla Sleep uses copper foam in its mattress. The copper responds to pressure with firm support plus the antimicrobial copper particles in memory foam help you stay cool while you sleep.
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Tempur-Pedic Tempur-Adapt, queen mattress

from $2,199

The Tempur-Adapt mattress line adds a cool-to-touch cover for even more comfortable sleep. You can also add optional hybrid technology with 1,000+ coil springs. 11-inches high.
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Layla Hybrid Mattress

From $1,099 with up to $200 in free product

Layla's Hybrid Matress combines copper-infused memory foam, varied firmness by flipping the top layer, and individually wrapped coils for contoured support and motion control.
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Tuft and Needle Hybrid Mattress

From $995

The Tuft and Needle Hybrid Mattress combines support spring to T&N's adaptive foam. The ultra-luxurious carbon fiber-infused foam pillow top adds durability and graphite draws off heat and moisture.
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Nectar Memory Foam Mattress

From $499 with up to $399 in free accessories

The Nectar Memory Foam Mattress combines a stable memory foam base layer, a response support layer, gel memory foam, and a quilted breathable Tencel cover to help you stay cool while you sleep.
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Nectar Lush Mattress

From $1.099 plus up to $399 in accesssories

The Nectar Lush Mattress has a dense foam base topped by a higher density memory foam with fast recovery, premium gel-coated memory foam with AquaCool and a cooling cover.
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Tempur-Pedic - Tempur-breeze, twin long mattress

from $4,499

Tempur-breeze mattresses are up to 8 degrees cooler all night with cooling covers, temperature change materials, and an extra cooling layer. 12-13-inch high.
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Leesa Hybrid Mattress

From $949 + 2 free pillows

Leesa Hybrid mattresses combine a premium hole-punched top layer for coolness and comfort with active response pocket springs for durability.
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Tuft and Needle Original Mattress

From $450

Universally comfortable with two layers of open-call foam with graphite and cooling gel to draw away body heat. Added antimicrobial protection can lengthen the mattress lifespan.
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Saatva Loom and Leaf Mattress

From $849

The Saatva Loom and Leaf Mattress has 3 levels of memory foam with a quilted organic cotton cover. Cooling gel-infused foam tops ultra-premium memory foam all supported by a high-density foam base.

How to choose a mattress

With all these great mattress sales — which run throughout the year, by the way, so check back to us regularly — you might find it hard to pin down the perfect mattress for you. There are a few things to consider when you’re choosing your mattress, which includes your preferred material, body type, and sleeping position. However, there are plenty of factors that only you might consider, and sometimes the reason for disqualifying a mattress is that it simply doesn’t feel right. Remember, when you’re choosing a new mattress, your opinion is the most important one. So, let’s talk about how to choose your ideal mattress.

Mattress material

Mattress material is likely the most polarizing factor out there in both mattresses and pillows. If your mattress is stuffed with supportive memory foam, it’s going to feel much, much different than an innerspring or latex model. If you absolutely love your current mattress but it’s simply time to get a new one, your best bet is to start searching for the same mattress material that was in your previous mattress.

  • Memory foam is good for side sleepers. That’s because memory foam is cushioned and soft, but it’s not so soft that you’ll feel your lower back and neck are floating in mid-air, putting undue strain on your muscles and bones.
  • Latex mattresses are springy and sustainable. Stomach sleepers shouldn’t choose too soft a mattress, lest they wake up in the middle of the night unable to breathe freely they lay face down on their mattress. Latex is good, though, for back and stomach sleepers because they need something that keeps their backs and necks as stable and motionless as possible.
  • Back and stomach sleepers, you can also feel confident purchasing a coil or innerspring mattress. It’s supportive and won’t let you sink into it. Though innerspring mattresses have fallen out of fashion thanks to the rise in memory foam and other materials, you can still find plenty of high-end innerspring models.
  • No real preference for a sleeping position? If you notice you sleep on your side, stomach, or back with no real regularity, a hybrid mattress can help. Hybrid mattresses typically mix materials like innerspring and memory foam for a combination of firmness and coziness, so you know that you’ll wake up feeling well-rested, no matter which position you chose to sleep in the night before.
  • Coil mattresses, also called innerspring, are highly supportive, which makes them good for back and stomach sleepers. Stomach and back sleepers need a level plane on which to sleep or else they risk suffocating and snoring. As a rule of thumb, these are the most supportive beds.

Your body type

When nearly everything factors into what helps you sleep best, from how dark your room is to the sound level at night, it’s also worth considering your body type. There are tons of mattresses on the market, from mattresses that cater to folks who need extra support to mattresses that are soft and squishy for the side sleeper who’s sore. Heavy sleepers and broad-shouldered sleepers should choose a super-supportive mattress, as sleeping on a mattress that doesn’t have enough support can permanently damage your back and spine. Sleepers with lighter bodies can get away with most mattresses, though they shouldn’t choose a mattress made for stomach sleepers unless they absolutely have to.

Your sleeping position

Your sleeping position is the first thing you should consider when you’re choosing a pillow. While it’s not quite as important when you’re choosing a mattress, it’s still not something you should ignore. Think of it as the opposite of what you need in a pillow. If you’re a stomach sleeper, you need a super squishy and low-loft pillow to make sure your head isn’t strained upward toward the ceiling yet a super firm and supportive mattress. If you’re a side sleeper, you’ll want a mattress that is supportive yet soft to relieve pain in your bones and joints, though side sleepers’ pillows should be very firm with a high loft. Back sleepers can typically get away with anything, as they need something that falls in the middle both with pillows and with mattresses, as long as they’re not allowing their jaw to tilt forward and encourage snoring.

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