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    by Michael J. Breus, Ph.D.

    Mattress Contributing Editor

    Updated on 03/02/2018

    While a lot of consumers are price conscious when they are mattress shopping, your main focus should be on finding the best mattress for your physical needs. Talk to a salesperson about any specific problem areas you have, such as lower back pain, when beginning your search.

    Most mattress vendors allow for a trial period to make sure it is a right fit for your needs. To really get a feel for a bed you need to lie, in your starting sleep position, for about five- minutes. Then roll to a second position for another 5-7 minutes.

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    Easy Rest Adjustable Sleep Systems
    Read 8602 Reviews

    Easy Rest offers a complete line of therapeutic adjustable beds made in factories in the USA. Their beds come in all sizes. The Company guarantees in-home service by specially trained technicians should the need ever arise.

    Select Comfort - Sleep Number
    Read 7330 Reviews

    Sleep Number has been in business for decades, and it offers a special system that allows each user to customize the mattress's settings. The company also provides financing to approved customers and has a 100-day return policy.

    Mattress Firm
    Read 1972 Reviews

    Mattress Firm, founded in 1986, has a chain of mattress stores. Headquartered in Houston, TX, the company is the largest retail bedding provider in the United States.

    Craftmatic Adjustable Beds
    Read 4260 Reviews

    Craftmatic brand has offered electric, adjustable beds to consumers for over 40 years. Over 1,100,000 Craftmatic brand beds have been sold to customers throughout the world.

    Nest Bedding
    Read 325 Reviews

    Nest Bedding is a factory-direct mattress and bedding company. It offers a 100-night risk-free trial, free shipping and financing options. Its mattresses range from $400 to $1,500 and come with a 10 or 20-year warranty.

    Saatva Mattress
    Read 2903 Reviews

    Saatva specializes in mattress options under $1,000, catering to those looking for quality and comfort on a budget. The mattresses are eco-friendly and made in the United States, which appeals to a range of buyers.

    Read 555 Reviews

    Since 2001, has become the number 1 online mattress store in the country. They offer free delivery, 100-Day Comfort trial, and the lowest price for your mattress guaranteed.

    Sit 'n Sleep
    Read 191 Reviews

    Sit 'n Sleep is a company founded in Gardena, CA, that employs about 300 individuals. Now located throughout the United States, Sit 'n Sleep has 33 superstore locations across the country.

    Luma Sleep
    Read 91 Reviews

    Luma Sleep offers quality Talalay Latex and Pocketed Coils mattresses with a one year comfort exchange, 15 year guarantee and free shipping.

    Zinus, Inc
    Read 269 Reviews

    Since 1979, Zinus is a company that offers mattresses, pillows, bed toppers and so much more. Zinus’ mattresses are made of memory foam, icoil spring, icoil and memory foam mattresses.

    Brentwood Home
    Read 31 Reviews

    Based in Los Angeles, California, Brentwood Home was founded to provide consumers with mattresses made from all-natural materials. Each mattress and bedding product is made in the United States from eco-friendly materials.

    Read 479 Reviews

    Long known as the leader in memory foam mattresses, Tempur-Pedic is a company that makes mattresses at plants in Duffield, VA, and Albuquerque, NM. Originally developed for NASA, Tempur-Pedic's mattresses are spring-free.

    Casper Mattress
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    Casper is an American online bedding and mattress retailer. It offers foundations, mattresses, sheets, pillows, duvet covers and more. Casper offers a discount on bundled sets including a mattress, sheets and pillows.

    Simmons Mattresses
    Read 471 Reviews

    Simmons has been making mattresses for over 140 years and has sold nearly 100 million beds. The company's products are used by 18 of the 20 top hotel brands in the world.

    Serta Mattress
    Read 388 Reviews

    Serta Mattress is one of the largest producers of mattresses in the world. The company, which is headquartered in Hoffman Estates, IL, has been making mattresses since 1931.

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    Michael J. Breus, Ph.D., known as The Sleep Doctor, is a Clinical Psychologist and both a Diplomate of the American Board of Sleep Medicine and a Fellow of The American Academy of Sleep Medicine. He is on the clinical advisory board of The Dr. Oz Show and is a regular contributor on the show. He is also the author of several books, including The Sleep Doctor’s Diet Plan: Lose Weight Through Better Sleep (Rodale Books; 2011) and Good Night: The Sleep Doctor’s 4-Week Program to Better Sleep and Better Health (Dutton/Penguin; 2006). Dr. Breus has been featured on several national media outlets, including The Today Show, The CBS Early Show and Psychology Today.

    What features matter most when buying a mattress?

    The best mattress type for your sleeping position

    Sleeping Positions

    Beds are not built with one sleep position in mind since everyone moves into multiple sleeping positions throughout the evening. However, some things to think about include:

    • Side sleeper: You need something that will have plenty of give for your shoulder and hips, but will raise up into your side. A pillow-top will work nicely for side sleepers.
    • Back sleeper: It is especially important for women who are back sleepers to not get something too firm. A woman’s pelvis is angled, and when the back sleeping female is on too firm of a bed, her hip will tilt up, which could cause low back pain. You would be looking for something that will keep your body even when you lie on it.
    • Stomach sleeper: Stomach sleepers should follow the same advice as back sleepers.
    • Those who sleep with a partner: This is more a question of size than type of bed. Two people cannot sleep well in anything less than a queen sized bed. Take both of your physical needs into consideration when shopping for a mattress to share.

    Physical needs

    Different mattresses provide different solutions for common physical ailments. Be sure to describe any of your physical needs to your salesperson at the beginning of your mattress search.

    • Overheating: Generally, if you have issues with temperature you will want to stay away from memory foam, unless it has the special tick over it. This advice is not to make you cool but to keep you from getting hot in the first place.
    • Cooling features: Yes, there are certain solutions that can be soaked into the ticking (material on the top of the bed), but remember it is usually covered by a mattress pad and/or sheets. Yes, the actual construction can give better airflow, but when you are hot the construction of the mattress is not going to make a tremendous difference. Whatever they are saying, ask to see data on it or it will be a false claim.
    • Body pain: If you have a pain syndrome, like fibromyalgia, then the softer the better, and this may require plusher materials.
    • Lower back pain: if you have a bad lower back and you need to have your back stabilized through out an evening, then memory foam or latex will work nicely for you. It will mold to your frame and keep you in one place.
    • Different support needs: If you are in a situation where the two people sharing a bed have vastly different support needs (more than 125 lbs. weight difference), then air may be your best bet, and this will cost more.


    Mattresses are frequently described in terms of their firmness, so understanding what this means and how it impacts your sleep can help you decide which mattress to buy.

    • Support versus comfort: These two words are often incorrectly interchanged. There are comfort layers and support layers in a bed. The more layers in the sandwich, the more expensive it usually ends up. The support layer is usually the bottom six inches. This is the base that usually sets the firmness (can be foam, coil or air). Then, depending upon the density, or feel, the manufacturer wants to produce, they can add more firmness or less, more plushness or less or whatever else they want to make it appealing to consumers.
    • How to compare: One of the easiest ways to compare beds is to ask for the specs. If they do not have them look on the manufacturer’s website. If they are not there, email and request them. If you do not get them, do not buy the bed.

    Testing experience

    My method to choose a bed is simple:

    • Narrow it it down ahead of time: Try to have narrowed it down to three beds by the time you’re ready to test them.
    • Show up in the evening: Wear very comfortable clothing with your pillow, a pad and pen, your phone (if it has a timer) and your bed partner.
    • Get some alone time: Tell the sales person to leave you alone for the next 30 minutes.
    • Test it out: Go to the first bed with your bedpartner, take off your shoes and get into your starting sleep position. Set the timer for seven minutes, close your eyes and relax. When the alarm goes off, with your eyes closed, move to another sleep position. Set the alarm and go for another 5-7 min.
    • Rate your experience: When the alarm goes off, pull out the pen and pad and rate the bed from 1-5. Now move to the next bed within a minute.
    • Repeat: Repeat the process for all three beds, and then compare notes at the end with your bed partner.


    I am aware of no data to suggest that you will sleep better on an eco-friendly bed, however you may have a clearer conscious buying a mattress from an eco-conscious brand.

    • Mattress materials: The materials used to make a mattress can have various effects on the environment. Generally, foam and latex are less eco-friendly than mattresses made from biodegradable materials such as wool.
    • Factory practices: The way a mattress is produced can have distinct levels of eco-friendliness, including what practices are used in the manufacturing facilities.
    • Trade-ins: Trading in your mattress means a company picks it up and recycles the materials so old mattresses, as much as is possible, don’t end up in landfills.


    Your budget may direct the brand of mattress you choose. There are certain ways to save money on a mattress so you can get one that gives you the support you need without costing more than you can realistically afford.​

    • Price flexibility: Consumers don’t realize that the price of a mattress is generally flexible, by about 20 percent.
    • Sale dates: Mattresses regularly go on sale, in particular on national holidays like President’s Day and Memorial Day.
    • A higher priced mattress might be better: Certain types of mattresses are priced higher than others because of the materials used. Latex, memory foam and air mattresses all cost more than other options, and it is worth the extra cost if one of these types of mattresses will help you sleep, feel and live better.
    • Save money if you have allergies: There has been a lot of talk though out the industry about hypo allergenic materials. While they are nice, I see them as an extra cost. An alternative is to simply get a mattress encasement (this is a product that zips over and around the mattress, completely), which is designed to keep all allergens in the bed and out of the air. Consider investing that extra money in a state-of-the-art air filter.


    Some mattress companies offer a warranty on your purchase. This comes in handy if you have an issue with your mattress and need to return or exchange it, even if a considerable amount of time has passed. Warranties differ from company to company, and there are different ones for the retailer versus the manufacturer. Ask for a comparison before making your final purchase.​

    • Defect: Defect warranties are offered by the manufacturer and will replace your mattress if there is a factory defect.
    • Comfort exchange: Many retailers offer a comfort exchange warranty, which allows you to exchange your mattress if it doesn’t provide the support you need to sleep comfortably.
    • Prorated: Most warranties are prorated, meaning you get less money toward a replacement mattress the longer you own it.

    What are the different types of mattresses?

    Memory foam

    Memory foam mattresses help to isolate motion so you aren't disturbed by movement while you are sleeping. They are also antimicrobial and resistant to dust mites, so they stay clean over time. However, they do tend to hold heat, so they can feel uncomfortable for people who like sleeping in warm rooms or exude a lot of body heat while sleeping. It is great if you need a system that keeps the body well supported and in one place most of the night.


    Air-filled mattresses typically have two chambers on either side of the bed that can be uniquely customized if two people are sleeping in the same bed. This works great if there is a significant weight difference between you and your bed partner. Many of these also come on adjustable bases, which can also be quite nice.

    Pillow top

    Pillow top beds can come in varying degrees of firmness. They are typically innerspring mattresses with a fiberfill or foam outer layer of a certain thickness. Thin pillow tops provide more support while thicker pillow tops feel extra soft and plush.


    Hypoallergenic mattresses are made from materials that don't cause or irritate allergies. Foam and latex are inherently hypoallergenic and keep allergens at bay while sleeping.


    You can’t go wrong with an innerspring/coil bed. You just want to always make sure the coils are individually pocketed, or wrapped. That way motion transfer is not a problem (when one person sits down you do not want the other to go flying). Keep in mind that coil count does not really matter (unless it is below 250), so don’t be swayed into paying more for a mattress based solely on its coil count.


    Latex mattresses are very popular in Europe, but they are not extremely popular in the United States. They have a very unique feel to them, and I like them because they give you stability without making you stuck.


    The waterbed is an oldie but a goodie. The big issue here is weight. If you are not on a bottom floor, make sure your ceiling can handle it as these can be very heavy.

    Who would benefit from a mattress?

    Special needs

    When people suffer from injuries, medical conditions or other disabilities, they may need a specific type of mattress. Some mattresses are designed to make sure these conditions aren't exacerbated by sleep positions.


    Some people are interested in having a green home. This means they want to buy a mattress using eco-friendly materials from a company working to reduce its impact on the environment.


    Parents of young children want to buy mattresses that are comfortable and durable. However, they may not be concerned with how long a mattress will last or interested in purchasing an expensive mattress because the child will likely grow out of it in a few years' time.


    Professionals may have a high budget to spend on a mattress. They might also be looking to invest in a bigger mattress they can use for a long time. They are likely to be interested in a mattress with a good warranty.

    Young adults

    Whether they are college students or young professionals, young adults who have a low budget, little or no physical limitations and/or who are frequently moving will likely be looking for a mattress at a low price point without any special features.


    Retirees may have physical ailments that necessitate certain sleeping positions and/or certain types of beds. They should take their time finding a bed that gives them the support they need to sleep comfortably.

    Expert reviews for mattress companies


    Sleepy's is a mattress retailer that has been in operation since 1957. It currently has more than 1,000 retail showrooms across the country.

    • Variety: Sleepy's offers a huge range of mattress options, from memory foam to adjustable beds to pillow tops. You can visit the retail stores to test out the mattresses in person before deciding.
    • Customer support: Sleepy's prides itself on its superior customer support in the showroom, during delivery and throughout the lifetime of your mattress.
    • Financing options: Sleepy's allows customers to finance their mattresses so they don't have to pay all at once. It's easy to set up a monthly payment plan based on your needs.
    • Accessories: In addition to mattresses, Sleepy's also sells accessories such as pillows and pillow tops for your mattress. They also sell adjustable bases for certain mattresses.
    • Cost: In addition to providing affordable mattresses, Sleepy's also guarantees to beat its competitors' prices so you always get a great deal.
    • Best for: Sleepy’s mattresses are best for parents, retirees and professionals.
    Read 1772 Reviews
    Saatva Mattress

    Saatva Mattress is a mattress company dedicated to bringing consumers luxury mattresses at affordable prices. The company only sells mattresses online. The product is a pillow top with a coil-on-coil design. They offer three designs, Plush soft, Luxury firm and firm, and two thicknesses, 11.5” and 14.5”.

    • Eco-friendly: Saatva mattresses are made with recycled tempered steel, bio-based foams and an organic cotton covering. They are never processed with toxins or formaldehyde.
    • Low price: By selling its mattresses exclusively online, Saatva eliminates many costs associated with mattress stores, allowing the company to sell its luxury mattress at a fraction of the price of comparable brands.
    • Made in the USA: The company makes its mattresses in the USA, supporting the U.S. economy and providing jobs for Americans.
    • 75-day home trial: The company lets customers try out a mattress for 75 days to ensure customers are completely happy with their purchase. Note that customers are responsible for the delivery charge and will only be refunded the price of the mattress if they choose to return it within the 75-day timeframe.
    • In-home installation: Saatva installs its mattresses directly in your home and even offers mattress removal services.
    • Warranties: Saatva offers a two-year replacement warranty and a 15-year non-prorated repair warranty.
    • Best for: Saatva mattresses are best for parents, health-conscious people and luxury product shoppers.
    Read 2903 Reviews
    Select Comfort - Sleep Number

    Sleep Number makes its own air beds and offers four series of mattresses for different needs and budgets. The mattresses are designed and crafted in the U.S.A., and they come in a wide variety of options.

    • Warranty: Sleep Number offers a 25-year warranty against defects in material or workmanship. The first two years are non-prorated and the remaining 23 years are prorated.
    • Variety: It offers four series of mattresses, including a Classic Series, Performance Series, Memory Foam Series and Innovation Series.
    • Financing: You can set up a consumer credit card to help finance your payments over a period of time.
    • Support: It has support specialists who are available 24 hours a day to help with information about the mattresses or concerns you might have after purchasing.
    • Comfort: The mattresses offer excellent support and comfort levels.
    • Unique Features: You can self-adjust the support of the bed for each sleeper.
    • Best for: Sleep Number/Select Comfort mattresses are best for couples who need different support levels, e.g. when there is more than a 100lbs weight difference.
    Read 7330 Reviews
    Mattress Firm

    Founded in 1986, the retailer Mattress Firm is committed to providing sleep solutions that will help their customers live healthier and sleep better. Consumers can shop Mattress Firm online or at one of their 2000 locations across the United States.

    • Selection: Mattress Firm sells all the major brands of mattresses, so consumers can test out a variety of brands in one of their showrooms.
    • Special financing available: Financing offers are always available, and they can include zero percent APR for up to five years for qualifying consumers. Check with your local Mattress Firm to find out what financing options and specials they currently have.
    • 90-day payment option with no credit required: Consumers who don’t want to apply for financing with Mattress Firm can still enjoy a 90-day payment option.
    • Adjustable beds: In addition to selling mattresses from top brands, Mattress Firm also sells adjustable beds with additional features like massage and wireless control.
    • Commercial sales: Mattress Firm can assist you with your commercial sales, whether you’re a school, hospital, government agency, interior decorator, hotel operator or other business that needs to buy mattresses in bulk.
    • Best for: Mattress Firm is best for commercial sales and budget-conscious consumers.
    Read 1972 Reviews

    US-Mattress was founded in 2001 and has retail stores in several Southeast Michigan cities. They have been recognized as a Google Trusted Store since 2012, and their online store promises fast delivery for consumers living anywhere in the United States.

    • Free express delivery: Consumers who need their new mattress fast will want to shop US-Mattress’ selection of mattresses available for free express delivery. These select mattresses will ship the next day at no extra cost.
    • 100 night in-home trial: US-Mattress wants you to be comfortable on your brand new mattress, which is why they give you a full 100 days after delivery to decide whether or not you made the right choice. There is a small processing fee on some mattresses.
    • Mattress University: Learn tips on how to sleep better, how to take care of your mattress and more by reading US-Mattress’s helpful resources, located on their website.
    • Mattress replacements: Mattress lines are discontinued every few years with new models that replace them. Find out what model has replaced your current or old one on US-Mattress’s website.
    • Financing: Financing is available for qualifying customers in the form of a credit card, PayPal credit or no-credit needed payment plan. Find out more on US-Mattress’s website or by talking to a representative.
    • Best for: US-Mattress is best for professionals, parents and young adults.
    Read 555 Reviews
    Brentwood Home

    Headquartered in Los Angeles, California, Brentwood Home is committed to providing natural, safe mattress and bedding products. Their mattresses and other products are made in the USA from eco-friendly materials.

    • Natural materials: Brentwood Homes makes mattresses from natural materials that keep your bedding free of chemicals. These materials like bamboo and cotton are harvested to keep environmental impact low.
    • Brentwood classic: Brentwood Home’s original mattress is the Brentwood classic. It is a foam mattress made from bamboo gel and New Zealand wool.
    • Mattress options: In addition to Brentwood Home’s classic mattresses, the company also sells spring, latex and memory foam mattresses.
    • Extra bedding options: You can complete your collection of Brentwood Home bedding sets with their gel memory foam or latex pillows. You can also purchase linen quilt and sheet sets.
    • Crystal Cove yoga collection: Brentwood Home’s Crystal Cove yoga collection offers yoga and meditation pillows. You can buy them separately, or you can buy the whole set at a discount.
    • Best for: people who prefer mattresses made from all-natural materials.
    Read 31 Reviews
    Luma Sleep

    Luma Sleep is an online mattress company that manufactures and delivers high quality luxury mattresses and complete slumber systems directly to consumers’ homes.  Luma features premium American-made Talalay Latex and Hybrid Latex mattresses, which consumers can try at home for a year before returning for a full refund.

    • One year trial period: Try your Luma Sleep mattress out for a full 364 days to see if you like it. If your mattress isn’t right for you, you can return it for a full refund or exchange it for another firmness.
    • Free ground shipping: All orders shipped to the contiguous United States enjoy free ground shipping on their order. Orders made to Alaska and Hawaii cost an additional $100 for shipping. Optional White glove delivery service is available to take care of the delivery/setup of your new mattress and removal of your old mattress.
    • Mattress that adapt to you: Luma Sleep’s mattresses all include a thick layer of Talalay Latex, which is the only bedding material that instantly adapts to your body shape to ensure you get the comfort and support you need for a great sleep.
    • Reduced overhead cost: By selling mattresses exclusively online, Luma eliminates many costs associated with mattress stores, allowing the company to sell their luxury mattress at a lower price than many other brands.
    • Made in the USA: The company makes its mattresses in California, with 100 percent US made components.
    • LumaShare referral program: Customers can refer friends to Luma Sleep and earn rewards. Your friend will enjoy a 10 percent discount on their Luma Sleep mattress, and you will receive a $50 Visa gift card when your unique discount code is used to buy a new mattress. There are no limits to a number of people you can refer to Luma Sleep.
    • Best for: Luma Sleep’s luxury mattresses are best for eco-conscious individuals, professionals and retirees.
    Read 91 Reviews
    Nest Bedding

    Nest Bedding is a family-owned, factory-direct mattress and bedding company. Founded in 2011, its bedding is made in the U.S. and eco-friendly. It offers a 100-night, risk-free guarantee with its mattresses. Nest Bedding mattresses range from $400 to $1,500.

    • Alexander Signature series: These memory foam mattresses range from twin to California king and can be purchased in soft, medium or luxury firm. They range from $900 to $1,400.
    • Love & Sleep mattress: This mattress comes in medium or firm and from twin to California king sizes. It costs between $400 and $750.
    • Risk-free trial: You can try your Nest Bedding mattress for 100 nights risk-free. If you don’t like it, the company will help you donate it to a local charity and issue you a refund.
    • Warranty: Nest Bedding mattresses are all covered by a 10 or 20-year warranty for defects in materials and workmanship. If your mattress develops split seams, coil failure or a visible permanent compression greater than one inch, the company will repair or replace the mattress.
    • Online or in store: You can buy Nest Bedding products online and enjoy free shipping, or you can visit any of their eight showroom locations in New York, California or Illinois.
    • Best for: those who want a high quality, affordable mattress, people who prefer products made in the United States and those who want an eco-friendly mattress and bedding.
    Read 325 Reviews
    Zinus, Inc

    Founded in 1979, Zinus originally produced comfort-oriented outdoor products, including tents, sleeping bags and portable furniture. The company turned to indoor comfort products in 2003, and their innovative mattresses are available as memory foam, coil spring or hybrid memory foam and coil spring. Find Zinus beds online.

    Read 269 Reviews
    Stearns & Foster Bedding

    Stearns & Foster specializes in luxury beds made by certified craftsmen with the highest-quality materials. The mattresses can be more expensive than other brands but are very well crafted.

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    Sealy Mattress

    Sealy has been making mattresses for over 130 years. It makes a wide variety of mattresses and is well known for its Sealy Posturepedic beds.​

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    Tempur-Pedic makes its own specialized brand of memory foam beds that adapt to your specific shape, weight and temperature to help you get a good night's sleep.

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    Simmons Mattresses

    Simmons has been making mattresses for over 140 years. It offers a wide range of options and has sold over 100 million mattresses. Many of the nation's top hotel chains use Simmons mattresses.​

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    Serta Mattress

    Serta has been making quality mattresses for over 80 years and has been recognized and awarded for its products. It is committed to being environmentally responsible in manufacturing and production. Serta and Simmons are now the same company.

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    Sealy Mattress
    Read 430 Reviews

    Sealy, founded in 1881, is one of the world's leading mattress companies. Initially based in the town of Sealy, TX, the company now sells mattresses at stores across the world.

    Stearns & Foster Bedding
    Read 321 Reviews

    Stearns & Foster is a mattress brand owned by Tempur Sealy International, Inc. It offers four luxury mattress collections, three foundation options and a crib mattress. Stearns & Foster mattresses are sold at retailers nationwide.

    Mattress Warehouse
    Read 438 Reviews

    Mattress Warehouse is a mattress company known for providing low-cost and discounted mattresses. The company was started in 1989 in Frederick, MD.

    Sleep Outfitter's
    Read 22 Reviews

    Sleep Outfitter's offers numerous brands, including popular ones like Sealy and Tempur-Pedic. The company provides special financing through several well-known national banks, and many of their products have limited warranties.

    Tuft & Needle
    Read 12 Reviews

    Tuft & Needle manufactures and sells a single type of mattress in multiple sizes. Their direct-to-consumer model helps them offer competitive prices. All mattresses come with a 10-year warranty and a 100-night trial period.

    America's Mattress
    Read 17 Reviews

    America's Mattress offers mattress from well-known brands like Serta and Dr. Greene Sleep System. The company's fully adjustable beds are especially appealing for customers with a variety of support needs.

    Metro Mattress
    Read 50 Reviews

    Metro Mattress is a discount mattress company with headquarters in Syracuse, NY. The company has more than 50 showrooms in the state of New York.

    Mattress Direct
    Read 15 Reviews

    Mattress Direct provides foam mattresses, Serta mattress sets, Tempurpedic beds and iComfort beds for low prices. The company takes orders over the phone and online and has a sizable clearance section.

    Jamison Bedding
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    Jamison Bedding was founded in 1883 and has been providing unique handcrafted products for over 130 years. The company offers a variety of mattress types, including memory foam, polyurethane foam, gel latex and coil.

    Read 9 Reviews

    Aerobed is a maker of high-quality airbeds. The company has been making beds since 1992 and aims to provide customers with a convenient way to host extra guests and deal with small apartment spaces.
    Read 26 Reviews

    Blowout Bedding is a vendor of high-quality bed linens and bedroom accessories. The company imports goods directly from Egypt and Italy and offers reduced prices by shortening the supply chain and selling its products online.

    Perfect Cloud
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    Perfect Cloud sells four types of mattresses, and the company has a factory-to-consumer model that helps customers save money. Pillow Cloud mattresses have a 25-year limited warranty. They’re available on Amazon.

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    Sleepy's sells a variety of mattress brands at almost every price point. The company offers financing and guarantees to beat any competitor's price by 20% on select brands (although some restrictions do apply).

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