The Best Mattress









        When it comes to getting a good night's sleep, the quality of your mattress is more important than anything else. A good mattress can mean the difference between a quality night's sleep and tossing and turning all night. If a good mattress can make an impact so big, then imagine what the best mattress can do for you each night!

        But with so many options on the market, it can be difficult to choose the best mattress for you. That's why, at Turmerry, you can find five of the best latex mattresses on the market today! From the plush, all-foam Organic Latex Mattress to the dual-firmness Flippable Latex Mattress and pressure-relieving Egg Crate Mattress, each offering is made with the highest quality materials and serves a unique purpose!

        Latex Mattress


        Organic Latex Hybrid Mattress


        Dual Side Latex Flippable Mattress


        Egg Crate Mattress


        RV Mattress


        Best Mattress - Turmerry Latex Mattress

        Turmerry Mattresses: A Reputation for Excellence

        Over the years since Turmerry's inception, we've strived to bring you the finest quality eco-friendly bedding. From our all-foam 'Natural and Organic Latex Mattress' and 'Egg Crate Mattress' to our spring-infused 'Latex Hybrid Mattress,' you'll only find mattresses of premium quality from our end.

        Each bed we offer features organic latex foam at its core. Organic latex is obtained sustainably from rubber trees that are raised without the use of harmful levels of chemicals. This is also reflected in our healthy latex foam, which is manufactured to the highest possible organic standard (≥95%).

        All Turmerry certifications - For best mattress online

        To assure you of our dedication to your safety and health, as well as our planet's health, we've obtained certifications from institutions like GOLS, GOTS, OEKO-TEX, FSC, eco-INSTITUT, and LGA. They've made sure that what we put in our mattresses doesn't contain harmful levels of chemicals, is deemed safe for human health, and is of high quality. Additionally, as part of our "one order, one tree" initiative, we plant a tree for each mattress you buy!

        Unveiling the Countless Benefits of Turmerry's Latex Mattresses

        Each and every part of our mattresses stands to benefit you in one way or another. Check out the many benefits offered by our mattresses -

        • Durable and Resilient

        Durable and Resilient

        Thanks to the high-quality materials used in Turmerry mattresses, they can last anywhere from 10-20+ years when looked after properly. The organic latex we use is one of the biggest contributors to the resilience of our beds.

        • Supportive and Comfortable

        Supportive and Comfortable

        While our all-foam mattresses are built to provide a plush, softer mattress surface, our spring-type mattresses offer a medium-firm feel with their spring core. However, they both excel at providing you with excellent pressure relief and spine support.

        • Natural and Eco-Friendly

        Natural and Eco-Friendly

        Unlike memory foam mattresses, which are filled to the brim with synthetic substances that can harm the environment, our latex mattresses are made of sustainably obtained natural resources. This keeps the environment in tip-top shape and keeps you away from all the nasty VOCs.

        • Breathable and Temperature-Regulating

        Breathable and Temperature Regulating for hot sleeper

        The breathable materials we employ in our mattresses, such as the perforated latex foam, natural New Zealand wool, pocketed coils, and organic cotton covers, ensure you don't sleep hot.

        • Motion-Isolating and Noise-Free

        Motion Isolating and Noise-Free

        For couples, the capability to isolate motion and minimize noise is very important, especially if one of you is a light sleeper. The components in our mattresses absorb motion and noise very well, preventing them from being transferred from one end to the other.

        • Favorable Warranty and Trial Period

        Favorable Warranty and Sleep Trial Period

        We understand any skepticism you may have about shopping for mattresses online. Thus, we offer a 120-night trial period for our beds so you can get a good feel for whether they suit you. If you decide to finalize your mattress purchase, it will be insured with a warranty spanning 10–20 years (depending on the mattress type you choose).

        Introducing 5 Unique Turmerry Mattress Models!

        Whether you prefer the soft and plush cushioning of all-foam beds or the perfect balance of firmness and contouring of spring beds, we have it all!

        Organic Latex Mattress

        Organic Latex Mattress - supportive and soft mattress for every sleep style

        The Natural and Organic Latex Mattress features three or four layers of GOLS-certified Dunlop latex foam at its core. A layer of natural New Zealand wool is added to the Dunlop latex foam layers, after which they are all wrapped in a GOTS-certified organic cotton cover. With its ability to adapt to every sleeper type, it is one of the best mattresses for side, back, and stomach sleepers.

        Latex Hybrid Mattress

        Latex Hybrid Mattress - hybrid bed for average sized sleepers and all sleep positions

        Our Latex Hybrid Mattress has a support core of 8-inch individually wrapped coils (pocket coils) and a comfort layer of 2-inch Talalay latex. With its ability to offer the best of both worlds, the latex hybrid mattress has a wonderful medium soft/firm feel.

        Egg Crate Mattress

        Egg Crate Mattress - ideal mattress for relief from pressure points

        The Egg Crate Mattress has a similar construction as our Natural and Organic Latex Mattress, but with the addition of an egg-crate latex foam layer at the top. This textured, convoluted layer of foam provides enhanced body weight distribution, contouring, pressure relief, cooling, and bed sore relief to the sleeper.

        RV Mattress

        RV Mattress - Sleep products for RV use only

        The Latex RV Mattress provide an eco-friendly solution for your on-the-go lifestyle, promising a restful night's sleep wherever your adventures take you. Crafted with premium organic Dunlop latex foam layers (includes 7-zone support) and an organic cotton cover, they're available in 20 unique standard and RV-friendly sizes, two firmness options, and two heights, guaranteed to be the perfect fit for your RV space.

        Dual Side Flippable Mattress

        Dual Side Flippable Mattress - new bed for average and lightweight sleepers

        The Dual Side Latex Flippable Mattress introduces a simple concept - two firmness options in one mattress. You can choose between Medium/Firm or Firm/Extra Firm, and if one firmness does not suit your needs, the other can be called with a simple flip of the mattress. Along with the flippable design, you also get to experience the 7-zone support design and all the other benefits of our classic Organic Latex Mattress.

        You Choose Turmerry, You Choose the Best!

        Turmerry prides itself on providing you with the highest-quality latex mattresses. We guarantee that every single aspect of the manufacturing process—from conception to completion—is done with near perfection. Latex is our signature material, as we consider it safer to use, both for the customer and the environment, than synthetic products like memory foam. Being a sustainable resource makes it even more environmentally friendly. So, get yourself a Turmerry mattress today, and sleep on the Best mattress tonight, tomorrow night, and every other night for the foreseeable future!

        Best Mattress - Buyer's Guide

        The "best mattress" is a term that will yield a different perspective from every single individual reading this. It's a matter that involves many different aspects of an individual's life and surroundings. For instance, the best mattress for side sleepers may not necessarily be perfect for stomach sleepers. Similarly, a person who loves a cool climate when sleeping will be put off by a mattress that retains heat.

        So, deciding what the best mattress is for you will come down to the many attributes, including the materials, construction, and the different types of mattresses available today.

        A person shopping for a new mattress in a mattress store to sleep comfortably

        What are the essential things to consider when looking for the best mattress?

        To start out, let us consider all the important factors you should consider when choosing a mattress. No matter what mattress you end up choosing, there are some factors about it that determine its effectiveness. These factors vary for different mattress types, and each sleeper type will tend to prefer some of these factors while not minding much about others. Either way, when researching to find the best mattress for you, take into mind these defining factors of a mattress.

        • Budget

        Budget to get rid of old mattress and buy an affordable mattress for restful sleep

        Let's start out with your budget. You can spend anywhere from $100 to $5000 or more for a mattress. Between $100 and $500, you will find low- to mid-quality mattresses that are unreliable for the long term.

        Between $600 and $2000, you can find mid- to high-quality mattresses that last longer and provide way better performance than the ones priced below them.

        Anything above $1500 can be considered luxury-quality mattresses, but they are often a hefty investment for the average person.

        • Sleeping Position

        Sleeping positions decide the right mattress

        Side sleeping, back sleeping, and stomach sleeping are the three most commonly practiced sleeping positions. Combine them all together, and you have combination sleepers. Your sleeping position is directly connected to many other factors that decide whether your mattress is comfortable or uncomfortable. The quality of sleep you get can also be determined by your sleep position.

        Side sleepers typically benefit from a softer mattress. While they need enough support to hold up their hips and spines, they also need a soft surface that doesn't put too much pressure on the sides and shoulders.

        Back and stomach sleepers need something firmer as there are significant external factors, like gravity, pushing their body and spine down, putting them in the way of being misaligned.

        • Mattress Material

        Preferred new mattress materials (for only mattresses)

        The five prominent types of mattresses are latex, memory foam, innerspring, hybrid, and airbed. There are a few more besides these types, but they are less sought out by consumers and tend to be outclassed by the prominent mattress types in a lot of aspects.

        Different materials offer different levels of support and comfort. Memory foam mattresses are known for their pressure relief, while innerspring mattresses provide a firmer feel. Latex mattresses provide a balance between comfort and support, while hybrid mattresses are perfect for those looking for the benefit of two or more materials.

        As many benefits a material has, there are also drawbacks that each one tends to come with. Memory foam uses heat retention to provide you with pressure relief, leading to a hotter sleeping experience. It can also off-gas harmful chemicals, as it is synthetic. Natural latex is hard to obtain and, as such, can be more expensive. Hybrid mattresses also require more materials to make, not to mention the higher level of quality they come with, leading to an increased price in their case as well.

        Your preferred mattress material should be primarily determined by what features you expect to be present in it and whether it's compatible with your sleep setup and style.

        • Mattress Construction

        All foam mattress construction with pillow top

        The construction of your mattress is the other important factor to take into consideration. Mattresses usually come in two designs. They're either all-foam or spring type.

        All-foam mattresses are plusher than spring. They're composed of different foam layers, with the density and/or material of each foam layer varying. Latex, polyfoam, and memory foam mattresses are the ones that are typically all-foam.

        Spring type mattresses, on the other hand, tends to be much more bouncy. These mattress types will have a spring base for support and a foam layer above and/or beneath for comfort. Hybrids and innersprings are the two well-known spring types.

        • Mattress Size

        New mattress size - twin, twin XL, full, queen, king, and California king

        It's crucial to consider the size of the mattress, as it determines two things: the price you pay and the space you get.

        Mattresses come in a variety of sizes, with the most common ones being twin, twin XL, full, queen, king, and California king. The bigger your mattress is, the more space you have, but you'll also have to pay more.

        Twin, twin XL, and full are ideal for single individuals. Queen, king, and Cal king are ideal for couples and families. Full and queen are the usual budget mattress choices for singles and couples. They also fit more easily into rooms. Speaking of which, make sure to measure your bedroom and your bed frame before finalizing your mattress size.

        • Mattress Firmness

        Mattress firmness for firmer mattresses and softer mattresses

        Mattresses come in a variety of firmness levels, ranging from ultra-plush to extra-firm. The firmness alters the feel of the mattress as well as the level of support it provides. It's important to choose a mattress that provides the right amount of support for your body. Without it, you can be sure to encounter issues like spinal misalignment or something similar.

        Soft and medium-firm mattresses are recommended for individuals who are under 230 pounds. Those above this weight should opt for a firmer mattress. Studies conducted have shown that for an average sleeper, medium-firm is ideal. It not only provides you with adequate support but also ensures your body is comfortable and relieved of pain to a great degree. In short, it offers the qualities of both soft and firm mattresses in one package.

        • Mattress Height

        Mattress Height dictates how a mattress feels

        The height of your mattress, from the ground up, is the factor that decides how thick it will feel underneath you. This is not to be confused with firmness, which changes the feel of the mattress to either soft or hard rather than changing its composition.

        The average mattress height that many prefer lies between 8 and 12 inches, where there is a support layer of at least 5-8 inches and a comfort layer of 2-4 inches. As a general rule, the thicker the mattress, the more expensive it is.

        Higher/thicker mattresses are recommended for plus-sized sleepers to prevent misalignment and discomfort. Taller individuals may also choose a thicker mattress, as it makes sitting on the edges much more comfortable. If you're a thin or average-sized person, then an 8- to 12-inch thick mattress should suffice. Going any higher might prove uncomfortable.

        • Proper Support

        Proper Support on a new mattress for better sleep quality

        "A comfortable mattress is only deemed worthy if its supportive enough!" - while it's a saying that has yet to take the world by storm, it's something that mattress world explorers must certainly keep in mind. A mattress that supports well improves your posture, reduces aches, and prevents spinal misalignments.

        But how can a mattress be deemed "supportive"? By taking into consideration four aspects of your mattress—firmness, height, material, and construction—as well as factoring in your body weight and sleep posture, you can find a proper supportive mattress. Getting all of these things right should give you a credible mattress that can put up with you for many nights without a hassle.

        • Pressure Relief

        Pressure Relief for back and hip pain relief

        Pressure relief is determined by how well a mattress can conform to your body contours and alleviate tension from pressure points. Different mattress types provide different levels of pressure relief.

        Memory foam mattresses are the most well-known for their pressure relief, as they conform to the body for added comfort. Hybrid mattresses are also great for pressure relief, as they combine the support of spring with the comfort of foam. Latex mattresses provide a balance between support and pressure relief. Innersprings, however, aren't that great at relieving pressure, as they are better known to be much more firm in their support.

        • Temperature Regulation

        Temperature Regulation and cooling fibers for cooling mattresses

        Some like to sleep in hot and cozy environments, while many others prefer a cool and chill environment. The temperature that you prefer to sleep in has as much say in the quality of sleep you get as the design of the mattress does. Studies have indicated that a cooler temperature may be better for sleepers than a hotter temperature.

        When it comes to temperature regulation, it's important to consider the materials used in the mattress. Memory foam mattresses tend to have body heat retention, which means they provide a hotter sleep environment. Hybrid and innerspring mattresses are cooler than memory foam, thanks to the free airflow offered through their spring systems. Latex is a naturally cooling mattress material due to its breathable foam surface and is the ideal option for those who love to sleep cooler.

        • Motion Isolation

        Motion Isolation in a perfect mattress

        We've all shared a bed at least once in our lifetime. It doesn't matter whether it's our parents, siblings, significant others, or even pets; there have been instances where their movement has woken us up (unless you're a deep sleeper). Motion is to be expected when sleeping with someone else. It's just a matter of who moves first during the night.

        So, when you're a light sleeper yourself or someone who sleeps next to a restless sleeper, chances are, you don't want motion transfer present within your bed. This is where motion-isolating beds come into play.

        Memory foam is the most well-known in this regard. Latex does provide an adequate amount of motion isolation in comparison, while innerspring and hybrid mattresses need individually wrapped coils to be able to provide motion isolation.

        • Edge Support

        Edge Support

        The next factor to consider is edge support. When you're a child, you have cribs with railings around them to keep you safe. The edge of the bed acts as the railing when you're an adult, securing and reinforcing the perimeter of the bed for your safety, both when you're sitting on it and sleeping near it.

        Couples and families sleeping in one bed will require edge support most, as there are often two people who are pushed to the sides of the bed.

        Mid- to high-quality mattresses, with either reinforced edges or zoning mentioned in their construction, are reliable to provide healthy edge support.

        Innersprings, hybrids, and latex mattresses are the mattress types that have better edge support over memory foam.

        • Off Gassing

        Off Gassing seen when testing mattresses

        Off-gassing is a phenomenon where trapped chemicals are released from a substance, usually in the form of gas particles, into the surrounding air. Exposure to these chemical particles, usually called volatile organic compounds (VOCs), is known to lead to health complications such as irritation, nausea, internal organ damage, and even cancer in some cases.

        The off-gassing phenomenon is something that mattress manufacturers have been suffering from for a long time. It is usually an occurrence with synthetic mattresses like memory foam and polyfoam where the user is hit with VOCs during the initial stages of unpacking and usage. To mitigate this issue, you'll have to air out your mattress occasionally.

        To avoid off-gassing entirely, only choose the best organic mattress options, like natural latex.

        What are the hallmarks of the best quality mattress?

        The hallmarks of the best quality mattress are present within three categories. When all of these three categories are sufficiently fulfilled, then it can be seen as the best in quality.

        Personal Attributes

        Personal Attributes to choose the best mattress

        There are some things you need to consider about yourself to be able to best relate to your mattress.

        • Budget - Should be within the budget you've set.
        • Sleeping positions - Should be accommodating of the way you sleep.
        • Body type - Your body weight and height must be taken into consideration as well.
        • Eco-friendly - Organic mattresses, like latex, do not off-gas, making them safe for you and healthy for the environment.
        • Pains or aches - Back pain, shoulder pain, neck pain, joint aches, etc., should also be considered.
        • Light sleeper - Things like noise and motion must be nullified if you're awakened by these.
        • Health issues - Issues like sleep apnea or allergies shouldn't be inflamed by the mattress type.
        • Ideal temperature - For people who like to sleep hot, memory foam is ideal, while latex and spring are recommended for those who like to sleep cold.

        These attributes are for your own consideration. How you like to sleep will be unique to you alone, and the mattress should reflect this very well.

        Mattress Attributes

        Perfect mattress attributes to choose luxury mattresses

        • Spacious surface - If you want a spacious sleeping surface, then opt for a full or queen mattress.
        • Ideal material - Choose from latex, memory foam, or spring (with pocketed coils) for their unique qualities.
        • Ideal construction - All foam is plusher and on the other hand, the spring type is more supportive.
        • High-density foam - High-density foam should be present in at least one layer, as it lasts longer and provides better support.
        • Multiple layers of foam - The mattress should be at least 10 inches thick, with multiple high-quality foam layers.
        • Cooling - The best cooling mattress should have an open-cell or perforated surface that allows airflow and breathability.
        • Contouring - Your body contours should be conformed to very well and relieved of pressure and pain.
        • Supportive - There mustn't be any risk of misalignment between the spine and neck.
        • Hypoallergenic - Hypoallergenic material for less risk of allergies acting up and dust mites infesting.
        • Easy maintenance - The mattress shouldn't be hard to clean and shouldn't be too heavy to move.
        • Resilience - The mattress must last for at least 6 to 8 years and shouldn't start sagging.
        • Motion isolation - The mattress shouldn't transfer motion from one end to the other.
        • Edge support - The perimeters of the mattress must hold you from falling off them.

        The best quality mattress will have most of these attributes in one way or another. Natural latex mattresses, for instance, are a good example of this, as they can often provide a balance between all of the above-mentioned attributes.

        Mattress Retailer

        Most popular mattress brands to choose the best mattress with latest sleep technology

        How the retailer is and what they provide along with the mattress is crucial to the quality of the mattress you get.

        • Good customer service - A responsive and accessible customer service portal can make you confident that the retailer is legit.
        • Good reviews - What others say about the retailer and their products should be good.
        • Competitive prices - Market prices that are affordable and without a high markup should be included in their products.
        • Sufficient Warranty - The mattress you get should have a warranty that mimics its lifespan, or at the very least, a 3-year warranty.
        • Trial period - You should get a month or two to try out the mattress before having to buy it.
        • Reliable return policy and process - The return policy must be straightforward and understandable, and the return policy must be transparent.
        • Shipping and accessibility - Your mattress should be delivered to you with ease and care, and should you seek to return it, you must have the accessibility to do so without hassle.

        With a good mattress retailer, you can shop without worry and sleep without worry for years to come.

        What are the different types of mattresses available today?

        The five prominent one's dominating the online and brick-and-mortar spaces are latex, memory foam, innersprings, hybrids, and airbeds. They are highly customizable in many aspects and have many different companies with varying models that cater to every type of customer.

        Latex Mattress

        Best Latex Mattress - with breathable cooling layer, responsive cushioning, and strong support

        Latex, derived from the sap of rubber trees, is bouncy, responsive, naturally breathable, and highly durable, lasting 15–25 years with proper care. Available in Dunlop and Talalay variants, Dunlop is firmer and more durable. Synthetic latex, made from chemicals or a blend of natural and synthetic rubber, is cheaper but inferior in quality to natural latex foam.

        • Best Latex Mattress
        • The best latex mattress is natural and organic, using environmentally friendly materials that offer all the benefits of latex, unlike synthetic versions. Look for perforated all-foam organic latex mattresses with a thickness of 10 to 12 inches. Ensure the mattress has certifications like GOLS, eco-INSTITUT, OEKO-TEX, etc., indicating it is organic and safe.

        Memory Foam Mattress

        Best Memory Foam Mattress - contouring new mattresses but they trap heat

        Memory foam, a viscous, dense, and elastic version of polyurethane, is created by infusing polyurethane with chemical compounds, earning it the name "viscoelastic" or low-resistance polyurethane foam. Known for its pressure-relieving qualities and ability to conform to the body, memory foam is ideal for side sleepers and those with back pain. It evenly distributes body weight and caresses pressure points, gradually returning to its original shape and conforming better over time, hence the name 'memory' foam.

        • Best Memory Foam Mattress
        • The best memory foam mattresses offer important customizable aspects like firmness, size, and height, and are made of certified, safe, and resilient materials. Ensure the mattress has at least one or two layers of high-density memory foam, with one as the base layer for support. While traditional memory foam is still used, modern memory foam mattresses in this price range often include gel or copper infusions, which provide cooler sleep and more responsiveness, reducing the "stuck" feeling.

        Innerspring Mattress

        Best Innerspring Mattress - Traditional mattress with thin comfort layers and firm support

        Innerspring mattresses primarily consist of steel springs, with types like Bonnell, offset, and continuous coils providing varying levels of support and contouring. Modern innerspring mattresses often use individually wrapped pocketed coils for personalized support. A thin comfort layer of memory foam, latex, or polyfoam enhances comfort. Known for their firmer feel, innerspring mattresses offer excellent support, making them ideal for back and stomach sleepers and those with back pain.

        • Best Innerspring Mattress
        • When choosing an innerspring mattress, consider the spring type, foam type, coil count, and coil gauge. Pocketed coils are the best, offering individualized support and superior motion isolation. For foam, opt for latex or memory foam for optimal comfort and support. A coil count of at least 800 enhances support, and a coil gauge between 12 and 15 determines firmness, with a lower gauge being firmer.

        Hybrid Mattress

        Best Hybrid Mattress - comfortable sleep for side, back, and stomach sleeper

        Hybrids are a newer type of mattress combining the support of innerspring with the comfort of foam, offering a balanced version of both. They typically use pocket coils for personalized support and motion isolation, and high-quality foam layers, such as latex or memory foam, for added comfort. Hybrids provide the best of both all-foam and spring mattresses, offering an ideal balance of comfort and support, along with excellent temperature regulation due to the airflow within the spring system, further enhanced by cooling foams like latex and gel memory foam.

        • Best Hybrid Mattress
        • Start with a hybrid mattress with pocketed coils, which offer individual support for each part of your body. Aim for at least 800 coils and a coil gauge between 12 to 15. For the comfort layer, choose natural latex for its cooling properties and pressure relief, suitable for all sleeper types. Ensure the comfort layer is 2 to 3 inches thick and has a medium-firm firmness level for optimal comfort.

        Air Mattress

        Best Air Mattress - on floor, without bed frames

        Air mattresses, or airbeds, have three key components: the mattress (usually) made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or textile-reinforced urethane plastic/rubber, the foam layer (such as latex, memory foam, polyfoam, or gel) found in higher-priced variants for permanent use, and the air that fills the mattress via pumps, providing its structure and comfort. These mattresses are portable and customizable, easily inflated and deflated, making them ideal for travelers and guest beds. However, while versatile and convenient, airbeds are not recommended for permanent use due to potential health concerns for sleepers.

        • Best Air Mattress
        • The best air mattress should have an in-built air pump controllable via remote or outlet, allowing for quick inflation and deflation within 2 to 5 minutes. Look for air mattresses with vertical chambers or coils for effective weight distribution. Choose the mattress height based on portability or use in guest bedrooms. For added comfort, opt for memory foam or latex and select flocked fabric to enhance grip and minimize the plastic feel.

        Best Mattress FAQs

        1. Which type of mattress is best?

        The mattress that best fits your sleeping position, body type, and sleeping preferences is the best type of mattress you can find. However, for an average individual, we would recommend a medium-firm mattress with natural latex as its core material. It is pretty much a solution to every sleeping problem you have encountered. It provides cooling, comfort, support, and response and is highly resilient as well, making your investment worth it.

        2. What type of mattress is most popular?

        Innersprings used to be the most popular mattress type till a few years ago. Recently, its popularity has decreased when compared to that of latex, hybrids, and memory foam.

        3. How often should you replace your mattress?

        The general time span within which you should replace your mattress is 6 to 8 years. By this time, common mattress types like innerspring tend to lose their supportive edge, leading to sagging. However, for certain other mattress types, like latex or hybrid, their lifespan guarantees a few more years before they break down.

        4. What is the difference between online and in-store shopping?

        Online shopping is convenient and quick. In-store shopping is time-consuming, but you get to try out what you're buying beforehand.

        Online shopping is convenient and quick. In-store shopping is time-consuming, but you get to try out what you're buying beforehand.

        5. What is the price of a mattress in today's market?

        With the advent of online shopping, mattress prices have drastically shifted. Whereas buying a new, high-quality mattress was once a costly affair for the average person, it has now become much more affordable due to the plethora of discounts and mattress sales, as well as the variety of mattress models and retailers available to choose from.

        High-quality mattresses will generally come at a price range of $1000 to $2000. These use high-quality materials, will last longer, and have unique perks to offer you. Medium-quality mattresses come in a price range of $500 to $1000, and low-quality mattresses come at $100 to $300.

        6. When is the best time to shop for a mattress?

        A mattress sale the best time to shop for a mattress. These come every single month of the year, carrying with them heavy discounts on many mattress models across the industry. Some of the best days or weeks of mattress sales include Black Friday, Cyber Monday/Week, Presidents' Day, New Year's Day, etc.

        Besides mattress sales, there is also the time when newer mattress models are introduced by retailers. These occur prominently during the months of March, April, and May but can also take place at the end of the year as well.

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