Memorial Day Mattress Sale – Turmerry

Memorial Day Mattress Sale

The Memorial Day Mattress Sales is here! We offer you a wide selection of mattress deals as well as for toppers, pillows, and mattress protectors at highly affordable prices today.

Use promo code "MD20" to check out the great deals and discounts on our Memorial Day Mattress Sale!

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Latex Mattress - Natural and Organic Foam

$799.00$1,099.00

Latex Mattress Topper - Natural and Organic

$125.00$160.00

Turmerry Organic Latex Pillows

$75.00$95.00

Turmerry GOLS Organic Shredded Latex Pillow

$60.00$75.00

Turmerry GOLS Organic Latex Contour Pillow

$80.00$100.00

Crepe Weave Organic Cotton Blanket Throw

$50.00$65.00

Turmerry Baby Toddler GOLS Organic Latex Pillow

$50.00$65.00

Body Pillow - Natural and Organic Latex Foam

$95.00$120.00

Seat Cushion - Natural and Organic Latex Foam

$75.00$95.00

Turmerry

Are you looking for the best bedding accessories out there? Well, we're glad to say that you've finally arrived at the right place. The Turmerry team is committed to preserving sustainability and making healthy living an affordable commodity for everyone.

Founded on the concept of having a harmful chemical-free and green home, our mission is to assure all of our loved ones, a safe and quality living environment. As a result, we only work with natural, sustainable materials like latex, bamboo, organic cotton, wool, and linen.

We collaborate with suppliers who uphold the strictest environmental regulations, best business practices, fair trade, and zero-tolerance for child labor. Rest assured, you can have complete faith in the quality of our products and services.

Eco-friendliness is in our blood. In this spirit, we have partnered with two ecosystem-restoring, non-profit organizations - American Forests and Trees For The Future. Together with the 'one order, one tree' initiative, where a tree is planted for each purchase made, we have planted more than 24,000 trees all across the United States and Africa!

We have received recognition from a number of environmental aficionados, including GOLS, GOTS, Oeko-Tex, eco-INSTITUT, and LGA. The production facilities where we make our products have received certification as Carbon Neutral.


Memorial Day Mattress Deals

Materials

  • GOLS-certified organic latex (foam)

  • Organic cotton (cover)

  • Natural New Zealand wool (fire retardant, temperature regulator)

Properties

  • Safe - For those seeking a healthier mattress alternative to innerspring, hybrid, or memory foam mattress models, our organic latex mattress is the best choice. There are no added dangerous artificial additives. Our mattresses are also hypoallergenic, anti-microbial, and safe for people with allergies or chemical sensitivity.

  • Eco-Friendly - We only work with products that come from natural sources, like organic cotton, natural New Zealand wool, and organic latex that has received the GOLS seal of approval. GOLS, GOTS, Oeko-Tex, eco-INSTITUT, and LGA certifications have been awarded to the materials we use in our products.

  • Contouring - The high response, contour, comfort, and coziness that our mattress offers can help to alleviate any and all pains or aches that you may be feeling. This is furthered by the Dunlop latex used in the mattress, giving it firmer support.

  • Cooling - Sick of sleeping in a warm bed every night? The latex foam we use is naturally cooling, so you won't have to worry about sleeping hot or requiring external cooling. Furthermore, the wool layer can control the temperature to keep you warm during colder months.

  • Durable - Because we only use natural materials, our mattress can last up to 20 years or longer! To ensure that we keep our promise about the longevity of our mattress, we also provide a 20-year warranty on it.

Heights

Turmerry mattress available thickness level - memorial day sale

Customizations

Warranties, Policies, and Shipping

  • Warranty - 20 years

  • Trial Period - 60 days

  • Return policy - After 30 days up until 60 days of your delivery date

  • Shipping - All orders within the continental USA receive free and quick shipping. We provide FedEx and USPS rates for delivery to Alaska, Hawaii, and other US territories. Usually, orders are delivered in 2 to 5 business days.


Memorial Day Pillow Deals

Materials

  • Odorless Oeko-Tex and GOLS organic latex (foam)

  • Certified Organic Cotton (pillow casing)

Properties

  • Proper alignment - A good night's sleep is largely dependent on the alignment of the neck, head, and spine. Our pillows make every effort to guarantee this. To further tailor things to your needs, you can also change their size, loft, and firmness.

  • Adapts to any position - Turmerry pillows perfectly and precisely accommodate each type of sleeper, whether they are stomach, back, or side sleepers.

  • Eco-Friendly - All of the ingredients have received safety certifications and are completely safe for both the environment and our customers.

  • Cooling - Your head suffers the most when you sleep hot. All of our pillows are very cooling in nature, even the ones made of buckwheat and wool. Enjoy your night of sweat-free slumber!

Variants

Customizations

  • Size -- Standard, Queen, King

  • Loft -- Mid Loft, High Loft

  • Firmness -- Soft (45K), Medium (55K), Firm (65K)

  • Cover -- Zippered Organic Cotton Protector Cover

Warranties, Policies, and Availability

  • Warranty - 1 year

  • Trial Period - 30 days

  • Return policy - 30 days

  • Shipping - All orders within the continental USA receive free and quick shipping. We provide FedEx and USPS rates for delivery to Alaska, Hawaii, and other US territories. Usually, orders are delivered in 2 to 5 business days.


Memorial Day Mattress Topper Deals

Materials

  • GOLS-certified organic latex (foam)

  • Organic cotton (cover)

Properties

  • Cheaper - Turmerry's latex mattress toppers are a more cost-effective option than purchasing a brand-new latex bed and are generally a better upgrade to your current mattress.

  • Better performance - Our toppers will gladly supply what your mattress is no longer able to provide for you. The latex mattress topper provides you with additional comfort and durability while also conforming wonderfully to your physical needs.

  • Eco-Friendly - The product is made with organic latex, so you don't have to worry about synthetic materials causing you harm. It is safe.

  • Cooling - The latex foam will keep you cool all night long. Our latex mattress topper can revitalize your sleep if your current mattress has been falling short on this front.

Variants

Customizations

  • Size -- Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King

  • Thickness -- 2 Inch GOLS Organic Latex, 3 Inch GOLS Organic Latex, 2 Inch Natural Latex Topper (5 Zone Support), 3 Inch Natural Latex Topper (5 Zone Support)

  • Firmness -- Soft, Medium-firm, Firm

  • Cover -- Zippered Organic Cotton Protector Cover

Warranties, Policies, and Availability

  • Warranty - 5 years

  • Trial Period - 60 days

  • Return policy - After 30 days up until 60 days of your delivery date.

  • Shipping - All orders within the continental USA receive free and quick shipping. We provide FedEx and USPS rates for delivery to Alaska, Hawaii, and other US territories. Usually, orders are delivered in 2 to 5 business days.


Memorial Day Bedding Deals

Organic Bedding Supplements (mattress protector covers, protector pads, organic pillow and topper covers, comforters, cushions, bed sheets, and blanket throws)

Adjustable Bed Base (Q1 Adjustable Base, Q2 Adjustable Base, Q3 Adjustable Base)


Memorial Day

What is Memorial Day?

In the United States, Memorial Day—previously known as Decoration Day—honors those who lost their lives fighting for the country. The American Civil War is when it saw its origin. Soldiers who had died in battle would occasionally have flowers placed on their graves by the public.

From 1868 to 1970, May 30 was the original date for Memorial Day observance. It is now celebrated on the final Monday in May. In the United States, it also signals the unofficial start of summer.

Adhering to the traditions of the past, many still observe the holiday by going to cemeteries and memorials to pay respect to and express sorrow for those who fought and lost their lives serving in the U.S. military. In national cemeteries, volunteers drape an American flag over the graves of service members.

The importance of Memorial Day

Even though Memorial Day is a day for recreation, it is important to remember that its main objective is to reflect on the past and honor the fallen soldiers whose sacrifice led to our freedom. After all, history is doomed to repeat itself if we forget it.

In general, Memorial Day is also regarded as marking the start of summer in the United States. And with summer comes the time to relax. Family barbeques, picnics, and reunions become a staple around this time. For families who’ve lost a military member in the turmoil of war, the day stands not only to remember them but also to celebrate their life.

History of Memorial Day

The origin of the holiday has been attributed to more than a dozen locations. For instance, it is reported that three women in Boalsburg, Pennsylvania, decorated the graves of loved ones who passed away during the Civil War in October 1864. They later returned in July 1865, this time joined by numerous locals, for a larger commemoration.

In the South

The earliest commemorations after the Civil War's end are known to have taken place in Charleston, South Carolina. 

A mass grave was dug at Washington Race Course to hold the remains of 257 Union soldiers who died while being held captive by the Confederates nearby. They were dug up and given respectable burials by the recently freed black adults, children, and women. Following that, on May 1, 1865, an estimated 10,000 formerly-enslaved black citizens participated in a parade and paid respects to the fallen soldiers by laying flowers.

Mary Ann Williams

A group of women from Columbus, Georgia, specifically from the Ladies Memorial Association, are often credited with starting the Memorial Day tradition in the South. In March of 1886,  Mary Ann Williams, in her capacity as Secretary, requested assistance from the press in setting up an annual holiday to decorate soldiers' graves across the South. Several southern states reprinted and spread her letter, and northern newspapers noted her plans. Eventually, April 26 was selected to observe Memorial Day.

A large portion of the South observed the holiday. There were also other dates in May and June observed in some cities. Following John A. Logan's order to observe May 30, 1868, as Memorial Day, this earlier southern version became known as Confederate Memorial Day.

The "idea of strewing the graves of Civil War soldiers - Union and Confederate" was credited to Mrs. Mary Ann Williams by the National Cemetery Administration in 2022.

In the North

During the dedication ceremonies of the Gettysburg battlefield cemetery on November 19, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln delivered a brief address. In it, he paid homage to the Union dead and emphasized the redeeming power of their sacrifice. In short, it was a memorial service at the graves of fallen soldiers. As a result, some claim that President Abraham Lincoln founded Memorial Day.

Waterloo, New York, became the "official" birthplace of the holiday on May 26, 1966, when President Lyndon B. Johnson signed a presidential proclamation.

John A. Logan

General John A. Logan, who was in charge of the Grand Army of the Republic, issued General Order No. 11 in 1868, calling for a national day of remembrance to be held on May 30 for the soldiers sacrificed in the Civil War. This order was the origin of Memorial Day.

The Memorial Day custom that had started in the Southern states three years earlier was adopted by Logan with his proclamation. The holiday was quickly embraced by the northern states. Memorial Day ceremonies began to be observed nationwide by the end of the 19th century. Logan, according to a White House address in 2010, chose May 30 because of the blooming of flowers everywhere.

Comparing to Confederate Memorial Day

Beginning in 1868, some prominent Southern figures began calling their celebrations "Confederate" and asserting that Northerners had stolen the holiday. Confederate Memorial Day was first observed as a public holiday in 1874 as a result of a proclamation by the Georgia legislature.

Memorial Day customs were used as a means of preserving Confederate culture, and the United Daughters of the Confederacy were of high significance in this pursuit. From 17,000 members in 1900, they grew to a massive number of 100,000 women by World War I.

By 1890, the focus had shifted from specifically honoring individual soldiers to broadly remembering the Confederate South. The hymns and speeches of the ceremony have changed over time, reflecting how the ritual has developed into a representation of Southern conservatism and cultural renewal.

From "Decoration Day" to "Memorial Day"

After World War II, the term "Memorial Day," which was first mentioned in 1882, gradually gained popularity over "Decoration Day," though it wasn't until 1967 that federal law designated it as the holiday's official name. By the turn of the 20th century, tons of Union memorial customs that had been observed on various dates had merged. Memorial Day eventually came to be used to remember all Americans who had died while serving in the U.S. military.

The Uniform Monday Holiday Act passed on June 28, 1968, shifted several holidays, including Memorial Day, to specific Mondays. It was done to create a convenient three-day weekend.

In 1971, the law became operative on a federal level. As a result, Memorial Day was moved from its customary May 30 date to the final Monday in May. Despite initial confusion (and some states' refusal to comply with the change), every state adopted it after a few years.

How is it observed in the US?

Due to the fact that Memorial Day signifies the unofficial start of summer, most businesses continue to observe it as a holiday. The National Moment of Remembrance bill, passed by Congress in 2000, requests that everyone take a moment to reflect at 3:00 PM.

The American flag is hoisted to the staff's top on Memorial Day before being solemnly lowered to half-staff, staying there until noon. Afterward, the day is spent with it at full staff.

On the west lawn of the US Capitol, the National Memorial Day Concert is held. In addition to the music being played, the nation's martyrs are honored.

Attending one of the countless parades held on Memorial Day in cities is, for many people, the main event. The majority of these include military marching bands, a general military theme, Active Duty, Reserve, and National Guard members, as well as veteran service members.

Memorial Day around the world

Australia and New Zealand

Anzac Day is observed by Australia and New Zealand on April 25, the date of the first military action conducted by Australian and Kiwi forces during World War I. Two-up, a variation of heads-or-tails that Australian soldiers used to play to pass the time, is played as part of the celebration.

United Kingdom

The Commonwealth of Nations observes Remembrance Day. On this day in 1918, the Allies and Germany signed an armistice that put an end to World War I. It is customary to observe two minutes of silence on November 11 at 11:00 am in Britain, the Commonwealth, and throughout Europe. Poppies are put on clothing as a reminder of the past in the United Kingdom.

Germany

Germany celebrates Volkstrauertag as its Memorial Day. The president of Germany, the chancellor, the cabinet, and the diplomatic corps all give speeches to commemorate the day in memory of the deceased.

Netherlands

On May 4, the Netherlands observes Dodenherdenking, which translates to "Remembrance Day" in Dutch. All Dutch soldiers and civilians who lost their lives in combat since World War II are remembered. The nation holds a two-minute moment of silence at 8 o'clock.


FAQs

Is Memorial Day a good time to buy a mattress?

Besides Black Friday, Memorial day mattress sales are great for mattress buyers. Discounts, as well as free gift sets (such as two free dream pillows or other free bedding accessories), are bundled with your mattress purchase.

What is the best month to buy mattresses on sale?

The ideal time to go for a mattress is in the month of May. By then, a horde of new mattress models will have taken over the old ones. As March, April, and May roll in, the older models will be pushed out by mattress brands and available to you at a fairly low price.

What holiday is best to buy a mattress?

The first significant mattress sales holiday of the year is thought to be President's Day. Over the course of the three-day weekend, expect lower prices and special offers when buying a mattress.

Is Black Friday a good time to buy a mattress?

Black Friday is a great time to buy a mattress. Thousands of mattress retailers are willing to offer big mattress discounts. Plus, gifts such as two free pillows on mattress purchases, double store points, and other free accessories become a staple to the customer.

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