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Who knew it would be so cool to be a mattress salesman? From new online retailers like Casper and Nectar to legacy companies like Sealy and Simmons, competition in the mattress industry today is fierce. The good news for consumers is that, as a result, companies are fighting for your business, dropping prices and offering extra perks with the hopes of earning your brand loyalty.
After all, a mattress is an important purchase. Not only do we spend a third of our lives sleeping, but traditional mattresses can cost upwards of $1,000 (or even $5,000). Worrying overspending that amount of money can result in plenty of lost sleep.
That’s why we’ve rounded up the best deals on mattresses, all of which you can snatch up for less than $1,000. Each mattress comes from a reputable, traditional company with rave reviews, so you know you’re getting a quality product. The list is also limited to mattresses that are still available in a Queen, as this is the most popular size in the U.S., and are rated as firm. Read on for our top five picks that will help you get your well-deserved beauty sleep.
Overstock built its brand on selling exclusively surplus and returned merchandise, though it continues to offer amazing deals on both closeout and new products today. That’s part of the reason why we’re not surprised to see this Serta Faircrest Mattress on sale for 80 percent off (though it’s still undeniably impressive). Firm but not hard, this is a good choice for heavy sleepers, back sleepers, and stomach sleepers. Firm mattresses also rate well for lifespan, so you should be set with this purchase.