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Best Prime Day memory foam mattress sales 2020: Latest deals

Prime Day 2020 may have ended but you can still find good discounts on Amazon and other retailers, both big and small. While waiting for Cyber Monday, keep an eye on all of your favorite shopping sites — online and brick-and-mortar — for great deals.

There was a time when January was the traditional time for “white sales,” when department store and home furnishings chains would offer serious markdowns on mattresses, sheets, towels, pillows, and everything else you’d need for your bed and bath needs. Prime Day is changing all of that. Even though Prime Day has come to an end this year, you’ll want to take advantage of these remaining Prime Day mattress deals. If you’re the type of sleeper looking for a memory foam mattress, Amazon has the best memory foam mattress deals right now. (including popular brands such as Casper, Tempur-Pedic, and Nectar). Many items are already selling out so you’ll want to take advantage of the sale and shop now.

Today’s best Prime Day memory foam mattress deals

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Leesa Hybrid Mattress

$1,449 $1,699
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.
Queen
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Nectar Memory Foam Mattress

$799 $1,198
While the Nectar Mattress can support every sleeping position thanks to its medical-grade memory foam, its medium-firm feel makes it a great option for back sleepers.
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Warm Harbor Queen Memory Foam Mattress

$385 $480
No matter what type of sleeper you are, the Warm Harbor mattress molds to your body for a snug comfort every time. The top layer is made with air memory foam with holes to help with ventilation.
Queen, 14-Inch
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Classic Brands Cool Gel 1.0 Ultimate Gel Memory Foam 14-Inch Mattress

$279 $400
Comfort meets support in this Classic Brands mattress. It has two types of memory foam that conform to the shape of your body as well as regulate the temperature to ensure a cozy sleeping surface.
Full, 10-Inch
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Classic Brands Decker Hybrid Memory Foam and Innerspring Mattress

$183 $280
Get quality Z's with this mattress from Classic Brands. It has different foam layers that contour to the body accurately, complete with innerspring coils that lessen movement for a restful sleep.
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Classic Brands Cool Ventilated Gel Memory Foam Mattress

$258 $280
Enjoy uninterrupted sleep night after night with this Classic Brands mattress. Its high-density foam is infused with gel particles, ensuring comfortable, temperature-regulated support.
Queen, 8-Inch
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Linenspa Memory Foam and Innerspring Hybrid Mattress

$197 $245
Want both the traditional firm feel of a mattress but also the support and cushion of memory foam? This hybrid mattress has the plush top for luxury feel at a great price. Perfect for a guest bedroom.
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Ghostbed Mattress Cooling Gel Memory Foam Mattress

$600 $795
This Ghostbed mattress features a medium-level firmness ideal for side, stomach, and back sleepers. It's built with premium-quality foam for superior support and extreme comfort.
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Vibe Gel Memory Foam Mattress

$193 $370
With 12-inch of gel memory foam, this mattress ensure you'll get complete comfort throughout the body. The mattress is available from sizes twin to California King and features a knit quilted cover.
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Zinus Gel-Infused Green Tea Memory Foam Mattress

$227 $350
Hot sleepers will love this Zinus mattress. It's packed with a cooling formula of gel and green tea that will leave you feeling extra comfortable and clean. It's also great for side sleepers.

What Prime Day memory foam mattress sales to expect

Foam mattresses, which have grown quite popular because they are so easy to have shipped and delivered, will probably be subject to some excellent deals during Prime Day. Based on what we’ve seen in the last few years, look for these brands to have generous sales of anywhere from 25% to 50% off; but act fast because the sales will only last for 48 hours. Amazon carries a lot of brands, some well-known, some not so much (including, of course, its own Amazon Basics Memory Foam Mattress), so watch for specials or markdowns on the following:

Best memory foam mattress brands

How to choose a new foam mattress 

As we mentioned, what’s great about most (but not all) foam mattresses, is that their materials are very malleable, so it’s easy to roll them up tightly, stuff the mattress in a box, and ship them just about anywhere. Just unbox them and allow them to breathe for a day or more so they can expand completely and allow any unpleasant smells to dissipate. Choosing a mattress will depend on different factors such as what type of sleeper you or your partner are and what your budget is for a new mattress. If you’re a side sleeper you’ll need a mattress that will support your neck and shoulders and can be more flexible. If you’re a back sleeper or need to alleviate back pain,  you’ll need a mattress that is more firm.

Watch for latex, polyurethane, and memory foam options. Latex foam can be produced with natural latex, which is harvested from rubber trees, offering a more sustainable option; but it may also be synthetically produced from petrochemicals. Be sure to check if that’s a priority.  Some companies focus on only natural latex. Latex foam mattress companies also say that it’s less likely to “sink in” or “bottom out” throughout your sleep, maintaining constant support that doesn’t soften as it warms up. It’s also said to be one of the most durable types of foam available.

Even “regular” mattresses often include a layer of polyurethane foam to provide a more solid core. Polyurethane foam offers more resistance to body impression, so while it’s firmer than other foams, it may resist the loss of height that leads to mattresses getting more uncomfortable over time, staying in shape a lot longer. It also helps reduce change in mattress firmness, so where the materials become more compact over time, they often become firmer: A customer who chose a soft mattress may find it becoming less comfortable.
Memory foam itself was originally designed for NASA to be highly energy absorbent and soft. It molds to the body, evenly distributing your weight across the surface. While sleep comfort and preferences are highly subjective and personal, some say that memory foam’s pliable nature can help relieve painful pressure points. Memory foam may also make you less aware of the movements of your sleep partner.

Which one works for you? Luckily most modern mattress companies allow you to have a test period so you can sleep on it for a few nights to see if it really helps rest more soundly. If you’re feeling brave, you may even venture out to a brick-and-mortar mattress or home furnishings store to give a foam mattress a (very short) try.

Be sure to check out sites like Brooklyn Bedding or really any brand you’ve heard of, but that you don’t find on Amazon: they may also be offering competing deals next week.

As we get closer to Prime Day, be sure to check back with us for the sales we’ve been able to confirm and how much you can save on mattresses, bedding, and more!

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