Prime Day deals start tomorrow, and while synonymous with discounts on tech like TVs and laptops, it’s actually not a bad time to buy a mattress if you need an upgrade. Sure, the Fourth of July would have been the time to buy if you missed Memorial Day, but we won’t look this cool horse in the mouth. Here are the best Prime Day mattress deals, as they happen live.
LiveLast updated July 11, 2022 4:22 PM
Cocoon from Sealy The Chill Mattress – From $499
For as long as anyone can remember, Sealy has been the first brand that comes to mind when you think of mattresses. Cocoon by Sealy’s The Chill Mattress is Sealy’s latest foray into the world of affordable memory foam mattresses and it’s also a fantastic reminder of why Sealy has reigned supreme after more than 100 years in the mattress industry. Made from four inches of firm foam, the Chill mattress offers incredible movement isolation, allowing you and your partner to get a good night’s sleep, no matter how much the other person moves through the night.
Casper Snug Memory Foam Mattress – From $195
While the Casper Snug mattress is one of the most affordable options on the market, that doesn’t mean it isn’t up to the standard we’ve all come to expect from Casper’s super-comfortable mattresses. Previously sold in Target locations, the Casper Snug Mattress is an incredibly popular base-level foam mattress that embodies everything you need in a low-profile memory foam mattress at an amazingly low price.
Nectar Memory Foam Mattress – from $399
Nectar makes one of our favorite memory foam mattresses and is a great option if you don’t feel like spending thousands of dollars for a better night’s sleep. Right now, the Nectar sale on July 4 offers $100 off its range of memory foam mattresses, plus up to $499 in free accessories that come with every purchase. You can get free pillows, sheets, and a mattress protector, with the bonuses (and savings) varying depending on the size of mattress you buy.
How much should you spend on a mattress?
It is almost impossible to state how much each individual should spend on a mattress. In reality, you spend so much time sleeping and sleeping is so important to our overall health, both physical and mental, that it’s hard to put a price tag on it. However, not everyone has an unlimited budget when it comes to upgrading their mattress. The best way to think about how much you can spend on a mattress is to figure out how much you can comfortably afford and go from there. While it is not necessary for most people to go into debt to buy a quality mattress, it is worth splurging for the best you can afford. That goes doubly for people who suffer from injuries, back pain, joint pain, neck pain or sleeping problems. Mattresses can range from $200 to several thousand dollars, so a wide variety of options are available. Start by figuring out what kind of budget makes the most sense for you, then consider which features are most important to you. If you are a warm sleeper, prefer a mattress that dissipates heat. If you need pressure point relief, focus your search on products that meet that need. The truth is that you should spend on your mattress exactly what feels right to you. There is absolutely no one-size-fits-all approach.