Independence Day is over, but 4th of July mattress sales are still live. Retailers from Purple to DreamCloud have extended their deals on many beds featured in our best mattress guide. That makes now a great time to replace your aging mattress for a new bed.
One of our favorite deals right now comes courtesy of Nectar. While it's common to see 33% off at Nectar, the brand's current sale applies to its new (2023) Nectar Premier Hybrid Mattress (queen) which is on sale for $1,199. This is an incredible mattress that I personally reviewed and said cradles your body, but also offers plenty of support thanks to its hybrid (memory foam/coils) construction.
Likewise, Brooklyn Bedding, which holds a spot in our best hybrid mattress guide, is now taking 30% off sitewide. That's their biggest discount of the year. The Aurora Luxe Cooling Mattress (queen) is now on sale for $1,585 (was $2,265). We named this bed the best hybrid cooling mattress for those who sleep hot.
Generally speaking, mattress deals can be found throughout the year, but major holidays like the 4th of July are the best time to make mattress purchases as they offer lower prices than your traditional summer sale. So I've created a guide to this year's best 4th of July mattress sales. I've been covering retail holidays for over 10 years and can distinguish a good deal from a mediocre sale. Additionally, I've been tracking mattress prices all year, so I know when something is really on sale and when it's a bogus discount.
Make sure to bookmark this page for the best sales this week. For a list of more deals, make sure to check out our 4th of July sales guide.
4th of July mattress sales — Quick links
- Nectar (Editor's Choice): flash sale — 33% off sitewide
- Helix (Editor's Choice): 25% off sitewide + 2 free pillows via "JULY25"
- Amerisleep: $450 off any mattress + free gifts w/ "AS450"
- Awara: up to $400 off mattresses
- Bear: 35% off sitewide via code "JULY4"
- Big Fig: save $400 off all mattresses via code "JULY4"
- Brooklyn Bedding: 30% off sitewide via code "JULY30"
- Casper: 20% off mattresses, pillows, and sheet sets
- Cocoon by Sealy: 35% off Chill mattress + free sleep bundle
- DreamCloud: 40% off all mattresses deals from $499
- Leesa: up to $700 off all mattresses + 2 free pillows
- Nolah: up to $750 off + 2 free pillows w/ code "TGNOLAH50"
- Saatva: up to $600 off select mattresses
- Sleep Number: up to $1,200 off beds + 20% off bedding
- Tempur-Pedic: up to $500 off select mattress sets
- Vaya: $300 off any mattress via "VAYA300"
- Zoma Mattress: $150 off any mattress via "WIN150"
Best 4th of July mattress sales
Top 5 Editor's Picks
Nectar Premier Hybrid: was $1,349 now $899 @ Nectar
Lowest price! Nectar's 2023 mid-tier hybrid bed uses both memory foam and 8-inch innerspring coils to offer maximum comfort and support for most types of sleepers. In our Nectar Premier Hybrid mattress review, we said it offers the cradling sensation we like from memory foam mattresses, but packs enough layers that your body won't sink into the mattress, even if you weigh 240 lbs. Nectar includes free shipping, returns, and a 365-night trial as well as a lifetime warranty. After discount, the twin costs $899 (was $1,349), whereas the queen costs $1,199 (was $1,799).
Allswell Mattress: was $227 now $170 @ Allswell
Great for college! The Allswell Mattress is a hybrid mattress, which means it's made from both memory foam and individually wrapped coils. Backed by Walmart, it delivers comfort at an affordable price. In fact, we named it the best mattress for college students due to its super affordable price, 100-night trial, and 10-year warranty. Use coupon "STAR25" to take 25% off the hybrid mattress. After discount, you can get the Allswell Mattress (twin) for $170 (was $227), whereas the queen costs $252 (was $337). That's one of the best cheap mattress sales we've ever seen.
Saatva Classic Mattress: was $1,095 now $895 @ Saatva
Editor's Choice! The Saatva Classic is the best luxury hybrid mattress you can buy and our fave bed for just about anyone. This high-end innerspring mattress combines eco-friendly foams and a cushioning Euro pillow top with a super-durable dual steel coil support system. In our Saatva Classic mattress review, we found it's fantastic to sleep on, offering hotel-level comfort at a reasonable price. The Saatva Classic comes in three different comfort levels (soft, medium firm, or firm) and two heights (11.5 or 14.5 inches). Plus, it includes free white glove delivery as standard. After discount, you can get the twin for $895 (was $1,095) or the queen for $1,695 (was $1,995). Note: The twin was not on sale during Memorial Day and the queen sold at the same price as now.
Cocoon Chill mattress: was $619 now $374 + free pillows and sheet set @ Cocoon by Sealy
Lowest price! Summer is coming and if you're the type of person that gets warm overnight, this is the mattress for you. While many mattresses can wick away heat, in our Cocoon Chill Mattress review we found that the Cocoon Chill does the best job of actually keeping you cool overnight. We also love the mattress' ability to reduce motion transfer, so you won't notice when your partner gets up in the middle of the night. As part of its current mattress deals — the twin size is down to just $374 (was $619), whereas the queen is on sale for $674 (was $1,079). Use coupon "EXTRA25" during checkout to get these prices. Plus, you get free pillows and a sheet set with your mattress purchase.
Helix Midnight Mattress: was $936 now $702 @ Helix
Save 25% + free pillows: As part of its 4th of July mattress sale — Helix is taking 25% off sitewide via coupon "JULY25". Even better, all deals come with two free pillows. After discount, you can get the Midnight (twin) for $702 (was $936) or the queen for $999 (was $1,332). In our Helix Midnight Mattress review, we said the hybrid mattress delivers the comfort and support you'd expect of a pricier model. It's also an excellent choice for side sleepers, with memory foam that relieves pressure by cradling pressure points along your body. Meanwhile, the mattress' coils offer a little bounce, limit motion transfer, and boost airflow to keep you cool as you sleep. Note: The mattresses sold for the same low price on Memorial Day.
Nectar Hybrid: was $749 now $499 @ Nectar
Although they're known for their excellent memory foam mattresses, Nectar also has a range of hybrid beds that use both memory foam and 8-inch innerspring coils to offer maximum comfort. The six-layer mattress has a 12-inch profile and comes with free shipping, returns, and a 365-night trial. After discount, the twin is $499 (was $749), whereas the queen is $799 (was $1,199).
DreamCloud Hybrid Mattress: was $839 now $499 @ DreamCloud
Cheaper than Black Friday! The 14-inch DreamCloud mattress is one of the tallest we've reviewed. It features five layers that offer firm, responsive support as well as soft cushioning. In our DreamCloud mattress review, we said it's a great bed for just about anyone, but it especially shines for those suffering from hip or lower back pain. As part of its flash sale — you can get the DreamCloud Hybrid mattress twin for $499 (was $839) or the queen for $799 (was $1,332). The mattress comes with free shipping, free returns, and a 365-night home trial.
Brooklyn Bedding Aurora Luxe: was $999 now $699 @ Brooklyn Bedding
The Aurora Luxe holds a spot in our list of the best hybrid mattress you can buy. It's an especially great choice if you have the tendency to sleep hot and if you're picky about the firmness level of your mattress (it comes with three firmness options ranging from soft to firm). Use coupon "JULY30" to knock 30% off sitewide. After discount, the twin is $749 (was $999), whereas the queen costs $1,305 (was $1,865). Note: The mattresses sold for this same low price last month.
Bear Star Hybrid Mattress: was $1,298 now $844 @ Bear
Originally called the Bear Hybrid, the Star Hybrid Mattress has a fresh new look and a new name, but still promises the same comfort, with a design that includes copper-infused foam and a coil system with individually encased springs and reinforced edges. This mattress also has a special cover that uses something called "HydroCool technology" to remain cool to the touch throughout the night. After discount, the twin costs $844 (was $1,298), whereas the queen costs $1,126 (was $1,732). Plus, you'll get free pillows bundled in with your mattress purchase.
Nolah Evolution 15: was $1,499 now $999 @ Nolah
The Nolah Evolution 15 is a hybrid memory foam bed that suits anyone seeking high levels of pressure relief and cooling. Graphite-infused AirFoamIce and a cool-touch cover handle the cooling, while pressure relief comes courtesy of foam and an 8-inch coil system. In our Nolah Evolution 15 mattress review, we said its particularly good at isolating motion, which makes it a great choice for couples. Use coupon "TGNOLAH50" to take an extra $50 off mattress and weighted blanket sale prices. After discount, the twin costs $999 (was $1,499), whereas the queen costs $1,699 (was $2,499). During checkout, you'll need to remove the discount that's automatically added and add "TGNOLAH50" as your discount. You'll then get up to 30% off plus an extra $50 off.
Puffy Lux Mattress: was $1,749 now $999 @ Puffy
The 12-inch Puffy Lux is the brand's luxury hybrid mattress, designed with contour-adapt coils that quickly respond to your body each time you change position in bed. In our Puffy Hybrid Lux mattress review, we said it was a good bed for lightweight individuals who love a plush mattress and lie on their sides. The Puffy Lux offers six layers compared to the all-foam's five, and it has cooling properties and a firmer core for higher levels of support for people with back pain. After discount, the twin is on sale for $999 (was $1,749), whereas the queen costs $1,499 (was $2,249. You also get free pillows, mattress protector, and sheet set ($600 value) with coupon code "PUFFYLUXURY".
Helix Sunset Luxe Mattress: was $1,374 now $1,030 @ Helix
As part of its 4th of July mattress sale — Helix is taking 25% off everything via coupon code "JULY25". Even better, all deals come with two free pillows. After discount, you can get the Sunset Luxe (twin) for $1,030 (was $1,374) or the queen for $1,780 (was $2,374) via the above-mentioned code. The hybrid mattress features both memory foam and individual coils to offer the best support and comfort.
Saatva Latex Hybrid: was $1,295 now $1,095 @ Saatva
If you're looking for the comfort and durability of a luxury natural latex mattress, but also want the contouring support of coils, the Saatva Latex Hybrid is the way to go. It has a responsive latex layer that provides back support and pressure relief, while individually wrapped coils provideextra support for your body. The coils also minamilize motion transfer, making the Latex Hybrid a good choice for anyone with a restless partner. After discount, the twin costs $1,095 (was $1,295), whereas the queen costs $1,895 (was $2,195).
Casper Snow Mattress: was $1,495 now $1,196 @ Casper
The Casper Snow is a hybrid mattress that consists of foam, coils, and cooling tech that purports to move heat 20% faster than the brand's non-cooling models. As part of its 4th of July mattress sales event — Casper is knocking 20% off all sizes. After discount, the twin costs $1,196 (was $1,495), whereas the queen costs $1,596 (was $1,995).
Purple Hybrid: was $1,845 now $1,645 @ Purple
$300 off all sizes! The Purple Hybrid Mattress features 2 inches of the company's Purple Grid layer in addition to 7.5 inches of Responsive Coils to provide relief and additional support. We named it the best hybrid mattress for heavier bodies. After discount, you can get the twin XL for $1,645 (was $1,845) or the queen for $2,095 (was $2,295).
Siena Mattress: was $499 now $199 @ Siena
The Siena Mattress is a very affordable memory foam mattress from the same company behind Nectar and DreamCloud. Its medium-firmness feel should suit most sleepers and we like that it has five layers of memory foam and polyfoam, with a breathable cover to help you sleep cooler at night. In our Siena Memory Foam mattress review, we said it offers excellent temperature regulation, superb edge support, and low motion transfer for a very low price. As part of its mattress sale — Siena is offering the twin for $199 (was $499), whereas the queen is $399 (was $699). You also get a 180-night trial with free shipping and returns.
Brooklyn Bedding Dreamfoam Essential Mattress: was $449 now $314 @ Brooklyn Bedding
The Dreamfoam Essential is one of the least expensive cooling beds you'll find. While the mattress is available in five different heights, we'd recommend looking at the 10-inch model or taller for better sleep comfort and support. Use coupon "JULY30" to save 30%. After discount, the 10-inch twin costs $314 (was $449), whereas the 10-inch queen costs $489 (was $699).
Nectar: was $599 now $359 @ Nectar
Best value! Our favorite value mattress is now on sale. In our Nectar mattress review, we called the Editor's Choice mattress a tremendous value for the money. We found it's very comfortable (thanks to its five layers of memory foam) and it offers excellent pressure relief around your shoulders, hips, and back. Bonus points for offering an impressive 365-night trial and a forever guarantee. As part of its current sale — you can get the twin mattress for $359 (was $599) or the queen for $699 (was $1,049).
Bear Mattress: was $748 now $487 @ Bear
The original Bear Mattress is a memory foam mattress that offers a comfortable night's sleep. The four-layer mattress removes unwanted body heat while providing pressure relief and balanced support throughout your body. It includes a 100-night risk free trial and a 10-year warranty. In our Bear Original mattress review we said its comfortable and supportive for back, stomach, and side sleepers alike. As part of its 4th of July sale, Bear is taking 35% off. Plus, get two free pillows ($100 value) with any mattress purchase. After discount, the twin costs $487 (was $748), whereas the queen costs $649 (was $998).
Tuft & Needle Original Mattress (2022): was $745 now $596 @ T&N
The Tuft & Needle Original Mattress is a great mattress for anyone on a tight budget. It has a soft, plushy feel, but it's also designed to provide good pressure relief, whether you're a side sleeper, stomach sleeper, or sleep on your back. In our Tuft and Needle Original mattress review, we called it one of the best budget beds you can buy. After discount, you can get the T&N Original Mattress twin for $596 (was $745), whereas the queen size is $796 (was $995).
Nolah Original 10" Mattress: was $999 now $649 at Nolah
Two free pillows! The Nolah Original 10" is the company's most affordable option, but don't let its budget price fool you. It offers long-term durability, pressure relief and optimal cooling. Use coupon "TGNOLAH50" to take an extra $50 off sale prices. After discount, the twin costs $649 (was $999), whereas the queen costs $964 (was $1,449). During checkout, you'll need to remove the discount that's automatically added and instead add "TGNOLAH50" as your discount. You'll then get this lower price.
Puffy Mattress: was $1,449 now $699 @ Puffy
The five-layer, memory foam Puffy Mattress is made to support back, stomach, side, and combination sleepers. It has a cooling layer to dissipate body heat along with a dedicated support/foam layer to protect your spine and relieve pressure on your hips, back, and knees. You can also zip-off the stain-resistant cover to freshen it up every couple of months. After discount, the twin is on sale for $699 (was $1,449), whereas the queen costs $1,049 (was $1,799). You also get free pillows, mattress protector, and sheet set ($600 value).
Purple Mattress: was $799 now $699 @ Purple
The Purple Mattress is the company's least expensive mattress, yet it still comes with the company's patented Purple Grid mattress tech. Under this 2-inch grid are two layers of high-density comfort foam. In our Purple mattress review, we found it was better at relieving pressure and more comfortable than typical foam mattresses or airbeds. It's dynamic grid also delivers a supportive sleeping experience with the sensation of floating on air. After discount, you can get the twin for $699 (was $799) or the queen for $1,299 (was $1,399).
Purple NewDay Mattress: was $995 now $895 @ Purple
$100 off all sizes! The NewDay Mattress is Purple's most affordable mattress offering the company's GelFlex Grid technology at a lower price point. It also includes a single layer of Foam Core for cushioning and support. After discount, the twin costs $895 (was $995), whereas the queen cost $995 (was $1,095). It's the first time this mattress has seen a dollar-off discount.
Saatva Loom & Leaf: was $1,295 now $1,095 @ Saatva
The Loom & Leaf is a great ultra-premium memory foam mattress with exceptional contouring support. In our Saatva Loom and Leaf review, we said it's a great pick for sleepers with back pain. The mattress has specialized lumbar support and body-contouring foam that work together to relieve pressure and promote proper alignment. It has a quilted organic cotton covering, a layer of cooling gel, premium memory foam, and multiple layers of foam for support and luxury comfort. As part of its current sale — the twin is priced at $1,095 (was $1,295), whereas the queen is on sale for $2,095 (was $2,395).
Sleep Number m7 Smart Bed: was $3,999 now $2,999 @ Sleep Number
The Sleep Number m7 is an adjustable smart bed made with cooling memory foam. Each side of the bed can be independently adjusted for comfort, firmness, and support. Via the Sleep Number app, you can also view how well you slept and track personalized insights for better sleep. After discount, the queen costs $2,999 (was $3,999), which is $300 cheaper than its Memorial Day price. The bed comes with a 100-night trial and 15-year limited warranty.
Avocado Eco Organic Mattress: was $777 now $699 @ Avocado
The Eco Organic is Avocado's newest and least-expensive mattress. The hybrid mattress is made of over 900 pocketed coils and organic latex to deliver a contouring, gentle-firm feel. Use coupon "USA" to take 10% off all sizes. The discount is applied to the sale price currently shown. After discount, the twin costs $699 (was $777), whereas the queen costs $1,169 (was $1,299). These are the best prices we've ever seen for this mattress.
Awara Natural Hybrid: was $1,398 now $699 @ Awara
The Awara is regularly on sale and this month the maximum savings is up to $699. In our Awara Natural Hybrid Mattress review, we called the Editor's Choice bed an affordable organic mattress with a luxurious feel. We also found it was great at alleviating joint pressure and keeping your spine properly aligned while you sleep. After discount, you can get twin for $699 (was $1,398) or the queen for $999 (was $1,399).
Nolah Natural 11: was $1,499 now $999 @ Nolah
The Nolah Natural is an environmentally-friendly and hypoallergenic latex hybrid mattress designed for back pain relief. The mattress holds a spot in our best organic mattress guide. Handcrafted in the USA, it packs in layers of GOTS certified organic wool that's naturally breathable and temperature-regulating. That helps the Nolah feel warm/cozy in cold weather, yet cool to the touch when the temperatures rise. Use coupon "TGNOLAH50" to take an extra $50 off mattress and weighted blanket sale prices. After discount, the twin costs $924 (was $1,499), whereas the queen costs $1,419 (was $2,099). During checkout, you'll need to remove the discount that's automatically added and instead add "TGNOLAH50" as your discount. Note: Nolah's mattresses were roughly $75 to $105 cheaper on Memorial Day.
Birch Natural Mattress: was $1,498 now $1,124 @ Birch
The Birch Natural Mattress has an organic cotton cover and it's made from naturally breathable wool and Talalay latex. In our Birch Natural Mattress review, we found this mattress is firm yet bouncy and supports you in every sleeping position (back, stomach, side). Plus, the Talalay latex helps you feel cooler while you sleep. However, if you share a bed with a restless sleeper you'd be better off with the Luxe version because it offers better motion isolation. Use code "FOJ25" to knock the twin to $1,124 (was $1,498) or the queen to $1,592 (was $2,123). Plus, you get two free pillows with your mattress purchase. Note: Birch's mattresses were about $94 cheaper on Memorial Day.
Saatva Zenhaven Latex Mattress: was $1,895 now $1,595 @ Saatva
The Zenhaven is Saatva's 100% natural latex mattress. It holds a spot in our best Saatva mattress guide. We called it the best pick for indecisive sleepers, because the fully non-toxic mattress is flippable, so you can enjoy a luxury plush side or a more gentle firm side (for stomach and back sleepers). After discount, the twin costs $1,595 (was $1,895), whereas the queen costs $2,945 (was $3,295). Note: Saatva's Zenhaven mattresses were about $200 cheaper on Memorial Day.
Layla Mattress topper: was $289 now $139 @ Layla
The Layla Mattress topper is perfect for anyone who has a mattress that’s too firm. The plush is made with memory foam and it's designed to condense under your hips, shoulders and back, reducing pressure points for comfier sleep in all positions. All sizes are on sale. After discount, you can get the twin for $139 (was $289) or the queen for $249 (was $349).
Casper Comfy Mattress Topper: was $199 now $159 @ Casper
The Casper Comfy Mattress Topper is one of the best toppers we've tested. In our Casper Comfy Mattress Topper review, we said the topper is like sleeping on a giant pillow. If your mattress is too hard, this can soften it up considerably. Plus, if you sleep hot and sweaty, this topper's perforated foam provides excellent temperature regulation. After discount, you can get the twin for $159 (was $199) or the queen for $239 (was $299).
Bear Mattress Topper: was $245 now $160 @ Bear
The Bear mattress topper is a simple way to add softness and support to any mattress. As part of its current mattress topper deals — you can use coupon code "JULY4" to take 35% off the mattress topper's full price. After discount, the twin size costs $160 (was $245), whereas the queen size costs $225 (was $345).
Tempur Adapt Topper: was $319 now $191 @ Tempur-Pedic
Editor's Choice: Tempur-Pedic is taking 40% off its mattress toppers, which are great for extending the life of your current mattress. In our Tempur-Pedic Tempur-Adapt topper review, we named the Editor's Choice topper one of the best toppers you can buy. It adds 3 inches of Tempur's proprietary foam to your mattress. It's now on sale for just $191 in twin size (was $319) or $251 in queen size (was $419), which is one of the best mattress topper deals we've seen so far.
Casper Original Pillow: was $65 now $52 @ Casper
Heads up, restless sleepers. We named the Casper Original Pillow the best pillow for sleeping in any position. The soft outer layer and adaptive inner layer work together to keep you comfortable and supported no matter the sleep position you move into. All pillows are 20% off right now.
Layla Kapok Pillow: buy one, get one 50% off @ Layla
The Kapok pillow is one of the best pillows we've tested. It features a copper-woven outer cover that's soft, cool, and great at keeping allergens away. Its inner fill is a blend of memory foam and lightweight Kapok fibers, which are airier and softer than cotton or wool. Normally priced at $218 for a set of two queen-size pillows, you can now get two for just $163.
Sleep Number Pillows: 20% off all pillows @ Sleep Number
Sleep Number is taking 20% off its line of pillows. The sale includes the company's True Temp, Plush Comfort, ComfortFit, and more. We're fans of the True Temp Contour Pillow, which supports your neck while lifting and cradling your head. Alternatively, you can create your own type of pillow on the Sleep Number website. This deal is part of Sleep Number's larger 4th of July mattress sale.
Tempur-Cloud Adjustable Pillows: buy two, get up to $69 off @ Tempur-Pedic
Buy two Tempur-Pedic pillows and the retailer will take up to $69 off eligible items. We like the Tempur-Cloud Adjustable Pillows, which use Tempur's proprietary blend of materials to offer pressure relief and comfort. I've been using these pillows for over a year and they offer the perfect balance between firm and soft.
Purple Harmony Pillow: was $199 now $159 @ Purple
If you like sleeping on your side, this pillow deal is definitely worth considering. In our Purple Harmony Pillow review, we said the premium, latex pillow offers support, without producing pressure on your head and neck. You can choose between three height options (low, medium, or tall) and we also like that it's hypoallergenic, which makes it ideal for those who suffer from allergies. The Standard is reduced to $143 (was $179), whereas the King is on sale for $175 (was $219).
Bear Weighted Blanket: was $150 now $75 @ Bear
50% off! The Bear Weighted Blanket offers 15 lbs. of cozy comfort to help you relax, reduce stress levels, and get a better night's sleep. Its plush microfiber cover keeps you snug while the blanket's quilted channels evenly distribute the glass beads across the entire blanket.
Luna Adult Weighted Blanket: was $109 now $75 @ Amazon
The Luna Adult Weighted Blanket is on sale at its second-lowest price ever. Its hypoallergenic construction, breathable cover and medical-grade glass bead filling for even weight distribution were all reasons why we voted this one of the best weighted blankets. It's on sale for $79, but there's an on-page digital coupon that knocks the price to $75 at checkout.
DreamCloud Weighted Blanket: was $149 now $99 @ DreamCloud
The DreamCloud Weighted Blanket offers either 15, 20, or 25 pounds of weight creating the perfect night's sleep for anyone who has trouble falling asleep. It features a glass bead filling that evenly distributes weight across your body. Plus, it has a removable cover with antimicrobial protection.
Brooklyn Bedding Weighted Blanket: was $199 now $149 @ Brooklyn Bedding
Available in 15-lb. and 20-lb. options, the Brooklyn Bedding Dual Therapy Weighted Blanket features a flippable and removable duvet cover. One side blankets you with ultra cozy warmth and the other side provides the tranquility of weight. Both sizes are 25% off via coupon "JULY25".
Nectar Foundation: was $399 now $169 @ Nectar
As part of its sitewide sale, Nectar is also taking 33% off bases and foundations. The Nectar Foundation is an inexpensive way to support your mattress. It's easy to set up, clean, and durable. After discount, the twin is $169 (was $399) and the queen is $359 (was $549)
Casper Foundation: was $299 now $239 @ Casper
The Casper Foundation can be assembled in minutes without any tools. Made of solid wood, it supports any Casper mattress. The twin is on sale for $239 (was $299) and the queen is on sale for $279 (was $349).
Cocoon by Sealy Foundation: was $299 now $249 @ Cocoon by Sealy
Not all good bed frames cost a bundle. The Cocoon by Sealy Foundation is a basic, but reliable bed foundation available in all sizes. It's easy to assemble, sturdy, and low to the ground for a modern look. After discount, the twin costs $249 (was $299), whereas the queen costs $299 (was $349).
DreamCloud Foundation: was $399 now $169 @ DreamCloud
As part of its flash sale, DreamCloud is also taking 33% off bases and foundations. The DreamCloud Foundation is an inexpensive way to support your mattress. It's easy to set up, clean, and durable. After discount, the twin is $169 (was $399) and the queen is $359 (was $549).
Best Friends by Sheri Shag Fur Donut Cuddler: was $59 now $44 @ Amazon
This pet bed offers luxury support and comfort at a purse-pleasing price. As a result, it holds a top spot in our guide to the best dog beds. The manufacturer says that the round shape and raised rim make for a more comfortable slumber for your pet, giving plenty of support to the head and neck. It's also kitted out with AirLoft Fibers that should offer joint and muscle pain relief.
Casper dog bed: was $139 now $111 @ Amazon
We named the Casper Dog bed the best dog bed you can buy. It features a removable cover that makes it easy to wash and it's made with pressure-relieving memory foam, offering your furry friend the best night's sleep. All sizes are now on sale at Amazon. Check other retailers: from $111 @ Casper
Layla pet beds: up to $105 off all beds @ Layla
As part of its 4th of July mattress sales event — Layla is taking up to $105 off its pet beds. After discount, prices start at $119. The Layla pet bed features a washable and flippable mattress. One side features a flat surface with a firmer feel, whereas the other side features a textured surface with softer feel and slightly more airflow. The beds are available in three sizes.
Tips for buying a mattress on 4th of July
Buying a mattress is a major investment, so it pays to do some homework before making a purchase. Because prices are so low, many people wait specifically for 4th of July mattress sales to buy a new mattress, but that doesn't always guarantee you'll get the best deal or the best bed for your budget. Here are a few tips to ensure you get the best 4th of July mattress sale possible.
- 4th of July vs. Prime Day: July is a busy month for deals. Not only will we see 4th of July deals, but we'll also see plenty of deals on Prime Day. So from a consumer point of view — should you buy a mattress on the 4th of July or on Prime Day? Generally speaking, we recommend you buy in July. 4th of July mattress sales offer better and wider discounts as it's a day when you'll find deals from all mattress brands. For Prime Day, Amazon tends to offer the best deals on its own line of hardware, which doesn't include mattresses. That's not to say we won't see any Prime Day mattress deals. But the better bargains will be found on Independence Day.
- Shop around for mattress coupons: The vast majority of mattress manufacturers offer coupons that can save you a few extra dollars or get you a free bedding bundle with your mattress purchase. Make sure to check out our Nectar Promo codes and Tempur-Pedic promo codes for today's best coupons.
- Look for freebies with your purchase: Dollar-off discounts are the way to go when it comes to shopping for a new mattress. But we also recommend looking for freebies that can sweeten your purchase even more. Bundles can include a free mattress protector, sheet set, or pillows.
- Find the best warranty possible: The downside to online mattress shopping is that you can't try out a mattress before you buy it. Fortunately, most mattress manufacturers offer extended trials accompanied by warranties that last 10 or more years. Nectar, for example, offers a 365-night home trial bundled with a forever warranty. To be fair, not all mattress retailers are as generous, but it's worth knowing the warranty and return policy before buying your new mattress.
- Invest as much as you can: A mattresses is something you buy maybe once every 10 years. It's also something you use for hours every day. As a result, you'll want to invest in a good mattress, rather than opting for the cheapest mattress you can find. Not only will your back thank you, but you'll also avoid having to buy a new mattress more frequently.
Is 4th of July a good time to buy a mattress?
Independence Day is one of the best times to buy a mattress. While the deals aren't as aggressive as Black Friday or even Labor Day, 4th of July mattress sales offer the best discounts of the summer. You'll see a mix of dollar-off discounts as well as free gift sets bundled with your mattress purchase. (Some of the best 4th of July mattress sales tend to offer both). Bottom line: if you need to buy a new mattress and can afford to wait a few weeks, we highly recommend you hold out till the first 4th of July mattress sales launch.