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All the Best New Year’s Mattress Deals Going on Right Now

 All the Best New Year's Mattress Deals Going on Right Now

Sleep is important. But a great mattress can be wildly expensive. “If only I could see all of the best mattress deals in one place,” you’ve surely thought to yourself while tossing and turning through another sleepless night. Well! We read your mind, fine-tooth-combed the mattress internet, and created such a destination. Thanks to the deals bonanza that is this year’s crop of end-of-year sales, a bunch of our favorite mattresses (and some excellent bedding) are seriously marked down. Below, all the best mattress deals and sales you can score right now.

Helix

Helix Midnight Luxe hybrid mattress (was $1,849, now 11% off with code “ENDOFYEAR200”)

$1,849$1,649

Helix

GQ staffers’ all-around favorite mattress is included in Helix’s sliding scale end of year sale, which means you can take $200 off the luxe hybrid and snag a set of the company’s dream pillows for free with code “ENDOFYEAR200”. The company’s cheaper mattresses are also on sale, but they don’t come with as big of a discount.

Tuft and Needle

Tuft & Needle Original mattress (was $595, now 8% off)

$595$545

Tuft and Needle

Tuft and Needle is running a sliding-scale promotion through January 11th that will get you $50 off all sizes of their Original mattress, $100 off all sizes of their “Mint” Mattress, and $150 off all sizes of their Hybrid mattress. The Original is among the best we’ve tested in the under $600 range. The Mint is another great option, if you’re looking for a new bed on the more affordable end of the spectrum

Leesa

Leesa Hybrid mattress (was $1,699, now 16% off)

$1,699$1,424

Leesa

Almost all of Leesa’s mattresses are currently discounted during the brand’s New Year mattress sale. The best buy is their hybrid, which comes in at $275 off if you’re getting the Queen size. But if you want the cheaper original mattress or the more decked out “Legend” mattress, you can get up to $200 or $350 off, respectively, depending on the size. 

Allswell

Allswell Luxe Hybrid mattress

$645

Allswell

Allswell’s super basic mattress, our favorite of their line, isn’t on sale (Allswell tends to discount their mattresses more infrequently than other brands) but at $645 it’s still a solid budget contender if you’re in the market.

Casper

Casper “Wave” mattress (was $2,595 now 15% off)

$2,595$2,206

Casper

Casper usually sells its mattresses at a discount during deal events, and the “end of year” sales are no exception. Through January 4th they are reducing prices on all mattresses by 15%, including the supportive Hybrid Wave mattress.

Awara

Awara hybrid mattress (was $1,599 now 19% off)

$1,599$1,299

Awara

Awara’s Hybrid mattress is one of the best supportive mattress we’ve tested. The company’s mattresses are relatively simpler, without the different sleep zones you’d get from something like the Casper Wave, but that isn’t a bad thing. The result is something a bit more cloud-like, something our tester called “soft, yet sturdy.” The company’s current promotion drops the hybrid by a full $300, which isn’t the biggest discount we’ve seen since we started tracking its price in early 2020, but it’s very close.

Avocado

Avocado latex mattress (was $1800, now 11% off with code “MERRY200”)

$1,800$1,600

Avocado

The Avocado mattress has a pretty sophisticated design, especially when compared to other “Organic” mattresses. The mattress isn’t quite as supportive as something like the Casper Wave or Leesa Legend, but it provides plenty of density for more sleepers to rest comfortably. This weekend, you get $200 off with the code “MERRY200.” 

Birch

Birch mattress (was $1,500, now 13% off with code “ENDOFYEAR200”)

$1,500$1,300

Birch

Birch’s mattresses are designed and sold by Helix, but with a focus on using more natural materials. They’re great for anyone who wants a plush mattress made with eco-friendly materials. When you enter the code “ENDOFYEAR200” at checkout, you’ll get $200 off any mattress plus two free pillows. 

Purple

Purple mattress

$1,150

Purple

Purple’s mattresses are weird, featuring their proprietary polymer arranged like a netted egg crate. Most people agree that it’s comfortable, but that it’s not as supportive as more conventionally designed ones. If you like memory foam mattresses, but want to sink in just a little bit less, you’ll like the Purple mattresses. They’re not on sale right now, but you’ll get a free set of sheets with any mattress purchase through January 7. 

Brooklyn Bedding 

Brooklyn Plank mattress (was $1,000, now 20% off with code “BLACKFRIDAY25”)

$1,000$800

Brooklyn Bedding

All of Brooklyn Bedding’s relatively cheap mattress are on sale through January 5 for 20% off. We’ve tested and like the company’s extremely firm “Plank” mattress. That mattress is not for everyone, but if you’ve embraced basically sleeping on concrete, here’s the mattress that will meet you where you are.

Cocoon by Sealy

Sealy Cocoon mattress (was $1080, now 35% off)

$1,080$700

Sealy

This mattress is made with hot sleepers in mind. The top layer is a stretch-knit cover that absorbs heat. It’s currently 35% off and comes with a set of pillows and sheets.

DreamCloud

DreamCloud hybrid mattress (was $1100, now 18% off)

$1,100$900

DreamCloud

We haven’t tested them ourselves, but most reviewers say that DreamCloud’s mattresses are decent, especially if you want something with a super plush top feel. In addition to a discount on the mattress, buying during the sale will get you a free mattress protector, sheet set, and a pair of pillows.

Nest Bedding

Nest Bedding “Alexander” hybrid mattress (was $1,500, now 20% off with code “HIBERNATE”)

$1,500$1,200

Nest Bedding

We’ve never tested Nest Bedding’s mattresses, but other online reviews generally rate them well. All of the company’s offerings are 20% off during its Holiday Sale if you use the code “LETITSNOW.” The Alexander is a medium-firm hybrid mattress that’s pretty supportive, you shouldn’t sink too far into it. It’s best for combo sleepers that switch sleeping position through the night. 

Layla Sleep

Layla Sleep hybrid mattress (was $1,700, now 12% off)

$1,700$1,500

Layla Sleep

Layla Sleep is (mercifully) offering discounts without codes for its New Year’s Sale. The company’s Hybrid mattress is $200 off, and comes with 2 free memory foam pillows, a microfiber sheet set, and a mattress protector. You can also catch some dreamy savings on other bedside accoutrements like Layla’s kapok and memory foam pillows as well as its bamboo bed sheets.

Amerisleep

Amerisleep AS3 mattress (was $1,499, now 30% off with code “CM30”)

$1,500$1,050

Amerisleep

Amerisleep’s mattresses are all 30% off during the brand’s Cyber Month Sale if you use code “CM30’. We haven’t tested any of their mattresses ourselves, but nearly all reviews say they run on the firm side. If that’s what you like, go forth—the company will sweeten the deal with two of its pillows.

Zoma

Zoma mattress (was $950, now 16% with code “BF150”)

$950$800

Zoma

Zoma’s four-layered mattresses are made specifically for athletes, designed with “recovery” in mind. This might not actually mean very much, but it does give the brand cover to bestow each layer of the mattress a wacky sneaker-esque name. (Triangulex™, Reactiv™, SUPPORT+, oh my!) But reviews of the mattress are generally positive, especially from side-sleepers who weigh less than 200 pounds. Through January 4, both the company’s all-foam mattress and hybrid mattresses are $150 off when you use the code “WIN150”.

Bear Mattress

Bear Hybrid mattress (was $1,390, now 22% off with code “NY300”)

$1,390$1,090

Bear Mattress

The Bear Mattress is another made with a focus on cooling. You can save $300 on its Bear Hybrid mattress if you use code “NY300”, $225 on its four-layered Bear Pro mattress with code “NY225”, and $150 on its original Bear Mattress. Plus, Bear will toss in a pair of its Cloud Pillows.

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