While there will be plenty of great sales to shop this Fourth of July, none will likely offer more bang for your buck than the many mattress deals. Pretty much all of our favorite brands are offering serious discounts on mattresses, and many are throwing in extra savings on sheets, blankets, and pillows too. (If you’re not sure which mattress is right for you, check out our handy guide.) Read on for some of the best Fourth of July mattress deals, and note that the starting prices listed are for queen-size mattresses.
Allswell, the maker of a very good firm mattress, is offering 15 percent off its Luxe and Supreme mattresses with the code STRAT15. The 12-inch-tall Luxe has a hybrid coil-and-foam construction, while the 14-inch-tall Supreme has an additional temperature-regulating foam layer and Euro-style cotton pillow top.
Aviya, which makes a mattress that former Strategist writer Lori Keong called “plush yet delightfully bouncy,” is offering $200 off with the code STRAT200.
Avocado, our pick for the most ecofriendly mattress, is offering several deals for Strategist readers: You can take $250 off the brand’s Organic Luxury Plush mattress with code STRATPLUSH, and $100 off the Green, Vegan Hybrid, Latex, or Vegan Latex mattresses with code STRATAVO. If you’re just looking for a bedding refresh, USOFAVO gets you $50 off cotton sheets and duvets. Note that codes can’t be combined at checkout.
Bear is offering 25 percent off sitewide (including its temperature-regulating, muscle-soothing mattresses, which are ideal for athletes) when you purchase using the code STRAT25 — and it’ll toss in two free cloud pillows and a sheet set, too. If you prefer a hybrid mattress, that’s also on sale.
Birch by Helix
Birch — the “all-natural” label by Helix (which makes mattresses that generally run soft) — is offering $200 off its mattress and two free Eco-Rest pillows with the code STRAT200.
The mattress-in-a-box brand that started it all is offering up to 15 percent off all of its models with code JULY4TH. While its Original foam mattress is not ideal for hot sleepers, former Strategist editor Margaret Rhodes says, “For everyone else, you can’t go wrong.” If you prefer a hybrid, the Casper Wave Hybrid has both contoured foam and dome-shaped gel pods to provide ergonomic support for your back, neck, and shoulders. We also like the Casper Element Mattress — the brand’s most basic offering — that we’ve said makes a great choice for kids.
Cocoon by Sealy
Cocoon by Sealy is giving customers 35 percent off any of its Chill mattresses, which are designed to absorb and dissipate heat for a cooler night’s sleep, along with two free pillows and a set of sheets.
This Fourth of July, you can get $200 off Eight Sleep’s Sleep Pod or Sleep Pod Pro mattresses, no code necessary. The Sleep Pod is a “smart” bed that can be set to cool or warm you as you sleep. It has an app you can use to track your sleep on your smartphone, and the Pro is a fancier version that includes a foam topper, ambient sensors to measure room temperature and local weather, so-called GentleRise wake-up technology, and twice the number of sensors for heart-rate monitoring. Eight Sleep is also offering 20 percent off all individual accessories with Pod or mattress cover purchase.
This Fourth of July, you can snag the Emma mattress, which we called “a solid choice for side-sleepers who get hot easily,” for 45 percent off — no code required.
Helix has a tiered deal exclusively for Strategist readers: Get $100 off when you spend $600 or more on any mattress with code STRAT100; get $150 off when you spend $1,250 or more with code STRAT150; or get $200 off when you spend $1,750 or more with code STRAT200. Any purchase also includes two free microfiber Dream pillows.
Idle Sleep is offering up to 50 percent off its memory-foam mattresses and 35 percent off its hybrid mattresses, along with two free memory-foam pillows with every mattress purchase. Plus, you can take an extra $25 off your total with code STRAT25.
Layla Sleep is offering $150 off its memory-foam mattress and $200 off its hybrid foam-and-coil mattress, and throwing in two free memory-foam pillows with any mattress purchase. Plus, the code STRATEGIST gives our readers an additional $10 off. In addition to those discounts, the company also has deals on weighted blankets, bamboo sheets, and memory-foam toppers.
Leesa is offering up to $500 off its mattresses, depending on which size and type you choose. One of the best deals you can get is $150 off its original queen-size mattress, which Strategist editor Maxine Builder says “should suit all kinds of sleepers.” Plus, the brand is throwing in two free pillows with any mattress purchase.
Molecule is taking 20 percent off sitewide with code SUMMER20, including its all-foam Molecule 1 mattress, which has a cover that wicks heat and moisture to keep sleepers cool. Plus, it’s throwing in a free sateen sheet set (a $219 value) with every mattress purchase. And if you’re happy with your mattress but want to upgrade your entire bedding situation, you can use our exclusive code STRAT25 to take 25 percent off all toppers, sheets, and other accessories.
After former Strategist editor (and current stomach-sleeper) Casey Lewis tested out Nectar’s extra-firm Memory-Foam Mattress, she reported that it has “just the right amount of give, in that it’s comfortable for me to move around on, but I don’t feel anyone (or anything) else moving around.” This Fourth of July, Nectar is offering up to 36 percent off its mattresses and will throw in a complementary sheet set, mattress protector, and cooling pillow (a $399 value) with any mattress purchase — no code required.
Nest Bedding is offering up to 20 percent off sitewide — no code required. That means you can save a couple hundred bucks on this hybrid foam-and-coil mattress that Strategist senior editor Anthony Rotunno says offers “a smooth transition into the world of foam mattresses for sleepers who also crave some springiness.”
The Nolah Original Mattress is constructed with temperature-neutral foam that the company says makes it cooler than any other memory-foam mattress on the market, and according to Strategist writer and notorious sweaty sleeper Jenna Milliner-Waddell, it lives up to its claim. “This memory foam does feel cooler to sleep on than other memory foam I’ve slept on,” she writes. “I can tell because I don’t get overheated as fast sleeping on the Nolah Original as I have in the past.” Through the end of July, the brand is offering up to $250 off its Original 10-inch mattress or $300 off its Signature 12-inch mattress, both of which come with two free pillows. Plus, Strategist readers can take an additional $50 off their mattress purchase by entering the code STRAT50 at checkout.
PlushBeds is offering $1,200 off its organic mattresses, plus the company is throwing in a free organic cotton sheet set with purchase. It is also taking 20 percent off all mattress toppers and bedding. (We particularly like this ash-gray-colored weighted blanket). And, with the exclusive code STRAT100, Strategist readers can take an additional $100 off the purchase of any of those already on-sale mattresses or accessories.
Over at Purple, you can get $100 off the original mattress, $125 off a hybrid mattress, or $150 off its Hybrid Premier, all of which are discounted at checkout. “Avowed side-sleeper” and former Strategist deputy editor Jason Chen says, “Purple’s anomalous materials are well-suited to those who sleep hot and hate foam.” To complete your new-bedroom setup, the company is also offering $200 off its bedding bundle — a normally $531 package that includes two latex Harmony pillows, bamboo sheets, and a mattress protector — with each mattress purchase.
As part of the brand’s July 4 sale, Saatva is taking up to $225 off any $1,000-plus purchase of its organic and ecofriendly mattresses, with no code necessary. The brand’s classic option is our pick for those who could use extra lumbar support or who prefer a true firm mattress.
Now through July 12, Serta is offering $200 off its iComfort mattress, known for its breathable, temperature-regulating foam.
Hot sleepers can save $500 on any Tempur Breeze mattress, which the company says disperses your body heat throughout the night to keep you cool. The discount is applied automatically at checkout.
Tuft & Needle
Tuft & Needle — which makes mattresses that we’ve called major crowd-pleasers for foam-mattress lovers — is offering 20 percent off sitewide, no code required.
WinkBeds is giving customers $300 off any mattress this July 4. Strategist senior editor Katy Schneider praised the brand’s quality construction: “From top to bottom, these have a thin layer of foam (for comfiness), air springs (to keep things cool), a support pad (to keep your lumbar area well supported), and tempered steel coils (for pushback, and to keep the mattress from losing shape).” Plus, the brand will throw in a free mattress protector, sheet set, and two pillows (a $399 value) with mattress purchase.
Exclusively for Strategist readers, Yogasleep is offering 15 percent off its foam Yogabed with the code STRAT15. According to the brand, the mattress evenly disperses your body weight to reduce pressure points as you sleep. If you don’t need a mattress, you can use the same code to get 15 percent off a Dohm noise machine, a favorite gadget of Strategist editors, therapists, and acupuncturists alike.
Editor’s note: While the queen-size Yogabed Mattress is temporarily out of stock, the brand’s Yogabed Cool Hybrid Mattress is still available.
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