The Best Labor Day Mattress Sales
Free accessories with mattress
$200 off + Free Accessories
8/24 - TBD
Up to $200 off + 2 pillows
$200 off + 2 Pillows
Up to 25% off
Up to $250 off
30% off + 2 free pillows
8/21 - 9/12
30% + Adjustable Base
Up $400 off
8/24 - 9/7
25% off + 2 pillows
Up to $300 off
$1200 off + accessories
Up to $175 off
Up to $350 off
8/25 - 9/13
Up to $225 off
Best Labor Day Bedding Sales
10% off sitewide
Why You Should Shop for a Mattress Online
The availability of products through online shopping has spread to almost every facet of our lives. However, there are a few items, such as mattresses, which may seem odd to buy online. Intuitively, there is a sense that you need to feel a mattress and try it out to see if it’s right for you. Actually, if you are able to determine what you need from a mattress, you can successfully buy one online with minimal risk. It may be a wiser decision to shop for a mattress online this Labor Day.
Consider these benefits to shopping for a mattress online compared to shopping for one in a brick-and-mortar store.
Calmer, More Complete Shopping Environment.
Shopping in-store, especially on a major sale day, can be an overwhelming experience. You will have to navigate crowds, traveling, limited stock, limited store hours, and salespeople working for commission. There are many factors at play when shopping in person that may interfere with your judgment.
You may go in with one idea about what you want and leave with an entirely different product. You may feel pressured to make a decision and take a mattress that feels “good enough” just to get out.
When shopping online, you can look at mattresses in a calm environment at your own pace, on your own time. You do not have to travel from store to store to compare prices and products. You have access to much more information, products, and trusted reviews from people like you. Overall, it can be easier to take a measured, rational approach and carefully consider all your options with online shopping.
Free Shipping and Delivery
Buying a mattress in person typically means either transporting the mattress home yourself or arranging for it to be delivered. Depending on the store, free delivery may or may not be included, or may only apply if you buy specific models.
Most online companies offer free shipping with the purchase of any of their mattresses.
Sleep Trial Periods
Mattress companies typically offer trial periods for mattresses, so you can sleep on a mattress for a while to see if it works for you. Trial periods are often at least thirty days, but some brands offer trial periods of up to a year. If you decide that a mattress is not right for you after trying it, many companies will pick up the mattress for free during the trial period and issue a full refund.
Other Considerations for Shopping Online
- Delivery and Return Policies: Some retailers offer full-service mattress delivery in which they bring the mattress into your home and assemble it for you. Several companies even offer old mattress removal with delivery. Others will deliver the mattress to your door, where you are expected to take care of it from there.
- Return policies may vary. Some companies will come and pick up the mattress from your home as is, while others may ask that you box it up yourself first to prepare it for shipping.
Mattress Warranty: Mattress warranties all have varying lengths, ranging anywhere from a few years to a “lifetime guarantee.” There are a number of warranty-related issues to consider when purchasing a mattress. Check the warranty policy for the mattress thoroughly before purchasing.
How to Get the Best Deal on a Mattress on Labor Day
There are many secret and not-so-secret techniques here and there to find extra discounts. Here are some of the best techniques to sweeten the deal on your mattress purchase this Labor Day:
Search the Website
Mattress companies typically advertise their promotions clearly and directly on their website. Check the main page as well as scanning for special promo banners and the top and bottom of the site. Sale prices may show up on a product’s page, or after it is put in the cart. Sometimes the sale is tied to the entry of a promo code on checkout.
Keep an Eye Out for Pop-ups
Many online mattress retailers use pop-ups when you first access the site to advertise current sales and offers. Sometimes these pop-ups can contain large, exclusive deals for first-time buyers.
If you are going to be looking directly at mattress websites, consider disabling your pop-up blocker so you don’t miss out on these deals.
Email Newsletter Subscriptions
If you sign up for an email newsletter with a mattress company, you can receive special promotions and offers by email. Many brands will advertise big upcoming sales by email, giving you plenty of time to research and prepare so you are ready to buy.
Many mattress companies offer discounts or other incentives to existing customers by encouraging them to refer people they know to the site. If you know someone who has recently purchased a mattress from an online retailer, they may have a referral link or a promo discount code they can send to you. If they refer you and you make a purchase, you both can benefit.
Promo Codes from Discount Sites
There are websites which specialize in scouring the web for promo codes and discounts from different retailers, such as RetailMeNot. Membership sites like AARP or ID.me also often have promotional codes and other offers.
Leave an Item in the Cart
While browsing a mattress site, sign in and leave an item in the cart. Some companies will send you an email reminding you of the item, and these emails often include a special offer or discount code to encourage you to make the purchase.
Check Sleep Sites
You can find the best deals by visiting Sleep sites like Tuck.com that have pages of detailed information on mattresses. They often offer specialized promo codes or links to products to help you get a better price, especially around major holiday sales like Labor Day. These sites may offer exclusive deals throughout the year just for their readers, so be sure to give them a check.
Tips to Help You Shop Confidently
Most people don’t shop for mattresses often, which can make buying a new one seem like a daunting task. Follow these tips to help orient yourself in your search for the right mattress and the right deal for you:
Figure out What You’re Looking for in a Mattress
Seeing as Labor Day will be full of mattress sales of all different varieties, it is best to start with what you want and build out your strategy from there. It is important to think about the combination of features that is right for you.
Take firmness, for example. Are you the type of person who likes a cushier bed, or do you have a smaller frame? A softer mattress will likely suit you better. If you have a larger build, you may want a firmer mattress so you experience less sinking into the mattress.
When it comes to material, do you tend to sleep hot? If so, it may be best to avoid a warmer memory foam mattress and opt for an innerspring or hybrid style mattress instead.
These are a few examples of some of the issues to consider. Figuring out what you want and need in a mattress can be a complex process. Tuck’s mattress buying guide provides an in-depth and easy to understand look at materials, firmness, sleeping styles, and more to help you find the right type of mattress for you.
Determine Your Budget
Different types of mattresses typically come in different price ranges. Once you have an idea of the type of mattress that you want, compare average prices for that type of mattress to get a ballpark of what you can expect to pay. Figure out a range of what you are generally willing to spend and set a firm upper limit. Try not to spend over that limit, even if a deal seems really enticing.
Take Your Time
A useful way to make larger purchases is not to buy based on what is on sale, but to figure out what you want and wait until you can get that specific item at a discount.
If you know a sale is coming, you can start early and have a list of options prepared for Labor Day or another major sale day. When the day comes, all you have to do is compare the deals on your prepared options and choose the best one.
Labor Day may be one of the biggest mattress sale days, but it is not the only one. If you are not ready to get a mattress yet, there are a few more major holidays as well as ongoing sales throughout the year.
Read Mattress Reviews
Most online mattress companies have product reviews featured on the same page as the mattress. If the reviews are on the company website, however, it can be difficult to tell whether reviews are curated to boost a product’s rating. If you find a mattress that you think you may like, look for reviews on multiple independent mattress review websites. Expert sleep sites like Tuck.com also have guides that review a variety of different mattresses, which can help you either start your search or narrow down your choices.