You can't put a price on a good night's rest, but a really good mattress can cost a small fortune. That's where Cyber Monday mattress deals come in — you can save a pretty penny on one of the most popular mattresses when shopping in November.
These popular mattresses are bed-in-a-box products that come shrink-wrapped, delivered right to your door and you get to try them out in the comfort of your own home for a decent number of nights.
Practically every such mattress brand in Australia offers a risk-free trial of anywhere between 30 nights to 365 nights, and if you're not happy with the mattress, you can arrange for it to be sent back at no extra cost to you and get a full refund.
Some of the big hitters in the mattress space in Australia are Koala, Emma Sleep and Eva, with other brands also offering a range of bedroom furniture and bedding alongside their mattresses. Several of them offer site-wide discounts during Black Friday, so you could potentially revamp your entire bedroom for a lot less.
Some brands also offer free bedding, like pillows or mattress protectors, when you purchase a mattress during Cyber Monday — it's good to take advantage of these offers if you want to maximise your savings.
So, what kind of Cyber Monday mattress deals can you score right now? Find out below.
Cyber Monday mattress deals: popular retailers
- Eva: up to AU$375 off on mattresses and more
- Emma Sleep: up to 55% off mattresses and more
- Ecosa: up to 35% off everything, store wide
- Origin: Up to 45% off on mattresses, pillows, bed frames and more
- Noa: AU$450 off any mattress and up to 55% off all sofas and beds
Cyber Monday mattress deals
Right now, Koala is offering discounts of up to 25% off on its range of mattresses, with its famous Koala Mattress available from just
AU$800 AU$600 for a single. Additionally, sofa beds are up to 20% off and bed bases are also currently discounted by 20%. Mattresses include 120-day money-back guarantee. Read our Koala Calm As mattress review to see how we rate this brand.
Eva is currently offering up to a huge AU$375 discount on its Comfort Classic Mattress, meaning you can get a Queen size for just
AU$1,200 AU$825. Additionally, its Premium Adapt Mattress has received a AU$125 discount, while its Bed Frame and Everyday Sofa are all individually discounted by AU$150. Mattresses include 365-day money-back guarantee. We've reviewed the Eva Premium Adapt mattress and rate it highly too.
Emma Sleep: up to 55% off mattresses and more
On top of offering huge discounts across all of its mattresses, including a massive 55% off its Emma Zero Gravity Mattress, Emma Sleep is also giving customers free inclusions on selected purchases, like discounted pillows, mattress toppers and more. Mattresses include 100-night money-back guarantee.
Apart from offering a generous 30% off on its Pure Mattress, Ecosa is also discounting practically everything else on its site, with discounts of up to 35% off if you spend AU$2,200 or more. There are bed frames, sofa beds, baby cot mattresses, pillows and much more bedding-related items to be had for less. Ecosa offers a 100-night trial for its mattresses and a 15-year warranty.
Origin is offering up huge savings on its products for this year's Black Friday festivities, with the best deal being on its Origin Hybrid Pro Mattress, which is now only
AU$1,729 AU$949, thanks to an additional 5% discount on top of the initial 40% off sale price. Better hurry if you want the full discount, as that extra 5% off is only for a limited time.
Canadian mattress maker Noa isn't kidding around this Black Friday, offering AU$450 off any mattress. That means you can get the Lite Mattress from just
AU$849 AU$399, which is an absolute steal. Alternatively, you can get the Noa Mattress from just AU$899 AU$449, or the top-end Luxe Mattress starting from AU$1,149 AU$699.
Cyber Monday mattress deals: FAQs
When do Cyber Monday mattress sales start in Australia?
This year, Black Friday falls on November 24, with Cyber Monday on November 27. While the official sale is that four-day weekend, the mattress brands will likely not wait until then to kick off their Black Friday deals.
Keep your eyes peeled from mid-November as we think that's when the Black Friday mattress deals in Australia will start. These offers are likely not going to change over the rest of the month, so you'll have plenty of time to figure out which mattress fits both you and your wallet.
Is Cyber Monday a good time to buy a mattress?
Yes, Cyber Monday is the best time to buy a new mattress for less. Nearly all of the top-rated mattresses sold online and in store are discounted during the Cyber Monday mattress sales, with hundreds of dollars' worth of savings on offer. Some of the more competitive brands will offer money off, plus free sleep gifts, such as pillows and mattress protectors.
That said, most mattress brands in Australia offer discounts through the year, some going up to 55% off. As good as those deals usually are, it's highly likely that the Black Friday mattress deals will outdo any you would have seen during other times of the year.
Can I get free bedding with mattresses on Cyber Monday?
Lots of mattress brands throw in free pillows, mattress protectors, duvets and even bed frames as a way to sweeten their deals.
This is something we see most months, regardless of sales season, but during Black Friday and Cyber Monday in past years we have seen an increase in the number of free bedding gifts coupled with larger discounts on the mattresses. That’s why the Black Friday / Cyber Monday mattress sales are an excellent time to buy a new bed.
Cyber Monday mattress deals: Shopping tips
How to choose the best Cyber Monday mattress deal
Buying a new mattress can be intimidating. However, many bed-in-a-box companies have made the process simple. Some companies even offer a white-glove service and will remove your old mattress when delivering your new one.
Keep in mind that while you may see ultra cheap deals on Black Friday, a mattress is something you will use every night of your life. In other words, if there's one item you should splurge on — a mattress would be it.
We've reviewed a few Aussie mattresses here at Tom's Guide, and while Koala and Emma have some excellent options, don't discount Eva either. Keep in mind, though, that all brands offer a range of mattresses — some are all foam while others will be hybrid with pocket springs, so choose wisely.
Things to keep in mind before you buy a mattress
- Never pay full price: Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the best time to buy a new mattress or new bedding. Other major sales like EOFY and Click Frenzy pale in comparison to the Black Friday mattress sales. In other words, rest assured you're getting the lowest price of the year.
- Know your return policy: Never buy a mattress without knowing the manufacturer's return policy. On paper, it may sound like the mattress of your dreams, but it could wind up being too firm or too soft for your liking. This is even more important now that most of us are doing our shopping online. A good return policy will offer at least a 100-night trial with free return shipping and no penalty fees. Some companies will go so far as offering 12-months trials with free return shipping.