The best Eight Sleep mattress sales and deals for March: how to save big on the smartest beds around

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Finding Eight Sleep mattress sales and deals is a must for anyone who wants the most hi-tech mattress on the market without paying the full whack. Eight Sleep's mattresses provide all manner of solutions to help you get the best night's sleep, including adjustable comfort, individualized cooling and heating, integrated sleep and health tracking and even a vibration alarm to get you up in the morning. 

Eight Sleep sales and deals aren't super common or super generous, so it's well worth taking advantage of them when they do crop up. Right now, US shoppers can get $200 off the full Pod mattress range (opens in new tab), or $100 off any Pod cover (opens in new tab) (this contains all the same tech as the Pod mattress, and is a great choice for anyone who doesn't need to upgrade their mattress, but does want all those smart features). It's rare to see discounts this big, and a deal that's well worth taking advantage of if you've been on the fence about buying.

In the UK, your only option is the cover, but there's £100 off all sizes (opens in new tab), which again is a strong offer in the context of what we usually see from this brand. Keep scrolling for all the details on Eight Sleep's smart mattresses and how you can save on them. 

US Eight Sleep deals and sales

Eight Sleep Pod 3 cover: was (opens in new tab)

Eight Sleep Pod 3 cover: was $2,095 now from $1,995 at Eight Sleep (opens in new tab)
The cover is the place where all the tech lives in the Eight Sleep, so if you don't need a new mattress, this is a great option (and much cheaper than opting for the mattress version). You're still getting advanced sleep tracking, alongside dual-zone cooling and heating. Essentially, it provides the level of insight you'd get from a wearable, except you don't have to wear it. There's a 30-night trial and free returns.

Eight Sleep Pod 3 mattress: was (opens in new tab)

Eight Sleep Pod 3 mattress: was $3,095 now from $2,895 at Eight Sleep (opens in new tab)
The Eight Sleep mattress range now consists of the Pod 2, the Pod 3 and the Pod 3 Max – all of which are reduced by $200 at the moment. Each model offers sleep tracking, plus dual-zone cooling and heating, but they differ in height and the level of smarts on offer. No matter which you go for, you’ll get a 100-night trial and a 10-year warranty for the foam bedding (plus a 2-year warranty for the tech).

UK Eight Sleep deals

Eight Sleep Pod 3 Cover: was (opens in new tab)

Eight Sleep Pod 3 Cover: was £2,145 now from £2,045 at Eight Sleep (opens in new tab)
In the UK, you can only buy the cover bit of the Pod, but that's where all the tech lives anyway. This fits on top of your existing bed and delivers dual-zone cooling and heating as well as in-depth sleep and health tracking. It'll even wake you up by gently vibrating. If your mattress is deeper than 28cm, you'll need to upgrade to the version with PerfectFit, which costs a bit more. All versions are £100 off right now. 

Which Eight Sleep mattress should you buy?

The Eight Sleep range consists of the Pod 2 Pro, the Pod 3 and the Pod 3 Max. 

The Eight Sleep Pod 2 Pro is the cheapest of the three, starting from $2,695 in full. It replaces the Eight Sleep Pod as the brand's 11-inch entry-level model, although the name suggests that it's a successor to the Pod Pro. The Pod 2 Pro consists of four foam layers (compared to the Original Pod's three), including a 1-inch ComfortBlend topper.

The Eight Sleep Pod 3 is normally priced from $3,095. This 5-layer, 12-inch mattress boasts a quad-core CPU that'll enable it to respond faster to changes in your sleep patterns, along with twice the number of sensors of the Pod Pro for a more comprehensive tracking of your overall health. The wireless standard here has also been revamped, now featuring 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi support.

The Eight Sleep Pod 3 Max shares the Pod 3's features but it also adds a MaxChill layer consisting of silver, copper and graphite to quickly dissipate excess heat. Thus, it's the best choice for someone who is seeking an excellent cooling mattress to help regulate their body temperature overnight. It's also the most expensive Eight Sleep mattress yet, with a full starting at $3,695.

Eight Sleep Pod 2 Pro Mattress

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1. Eight Sleep Pod 2 Pro mattress deals

The cheapest Eight Sleep mattress, with dual zone cooling and heating

Sizes: 4 (full to Cal king) | Depth: 11 inches | Filling: Foam | Turn: No | Trial: 100 days | Guarantee: 10 years (foam), 2 years (technology layer) | MSRP: $2,695 – $3,395

Now features a ComfortBlend topper
Dual-zone cooling and heating
Built-in GentleRise alarm
Not suitable for adjustable beds

The Pod 2 Pro is Eight Sleep's new entry-level model, replacing The Pod. Instead of three foam layers, the Pod 2 Pro consists of four – which includes a 1-inch ComfortBlend topper for maximum pressure-point relief. Construction of the Pod 2 Pro is otherwise the same as The Original Pod, with two inches of relief foam, a 4-inch contouring core and a 4-inch base layer.

The Pod 2 Pro comes in four sizes: Full, Queen, King, and Cal King - all of which will work on slatted or metal frames, as well as box spring or platform bases. Like its previous entry-level bed, the Pod 2 Pro has dual-zone cooling and heating tech so co-sleepers who share a bed can make their side as hot or cold as they need it. There's also the GentleRise alarm that gradually wakes you using chest-level vibration and adjusting the temperature.

Everything can be controlled via the Eight Sleep app. Meanwhile, sign up for the 8+ Pro subscription service (from $15/month) for added features like automatic temperature adjustment, access to a library of sleep aids and digital coaching.

The Eight Sleep Pod Pro 3 mattress

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2. Eight Sleep Pod 3 mattress deals

This revamped smart mattress will help you fall asleep faster

Sizes: 4 (full to Cal king) | Depth: 12 inches | Filling: Foam | Turn: No | Trial: 100 days | Guarantee: 10 years (foam), 2 years (technology layer) | MSRP: $3,095– $3,795

Twice as many sensors as other Pods
Updated Wi-Fi standards
Hub now powered by a quad-core CPU
Still no twin or twin XL sizes

The Eight Sleep Pod 3 mattress was just released in July. According to the brand, this is the 'ultimate sleep fitness machine’ that can improve sleep quality by up to 32% and deep sleep by up to 34%. 

So what does the Pod 3 have over its predecessors? For starters, it has twice the number of sensors as previous Pod models for more accurate recordings of key vitals – heart rate and body temperature, to name a couple. Meanwhile, the accompanying hub boasts a quad-core CPU and Wi-Fi 5, which'll allow the Pod 3 to respond faster to changes in your sleep pattern and provide a more stable wireless connection.

Of course, the Pod 3 still includes features that have made Eight Sleep's smart mattresses among the best on the market – dual-zone temperature control, GentleRise Alarm, and personalized health reports so you can monitor the state of your sleep. 

Eight Sleep Pod 3 Max

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3. Eight Sleep Pod 3 Max mattress deals

Eight Sleep's most advanced mattress yet

Sizes: 4 (full to Cal king) | Depth: 13 inches | Filling: Foam | Turn: No | Trial: 100 nights | Guarantee: 10-year limited warranty | MSRP: $3,695 - $4,395

4,000x sensor resolution
Extra MaxChill layer for cooling
Dual thermoregulation
It's very expensive

Welcome to the most advanced Eight Sleep smart mattress yet, the Pod 3 Max. Like the Pod 3, the Pod 3 Max boasts a quad-core CPU and Wi-Fi 5 so your sleep data is quickly recorded and reported. It also has 4,000x sensor resolution compared to previous Pod models so every key vital is tracked. 

What makes the Pod 3 Max stand out, however, are its temperature regulation features. It's an inch thicker than the Pod 3 thanks to an added MaxChill Layer infused with silver, copper and graphite for optimal heat dissipation. There's also dual thermoregulation, which will allow you to set up personalized temperatures for each phase of the night on either side of the bed. 

We'd recommend you check out the Eight Sleep Pod 3 Max if overheating is your primary concern as its temperature regulation features are the best the brand has rolled out yet. 

Do you need an Eight Sleep discount code?

In the Eight Sleep sales, you don't tend to need to add any discount codes or promo codes at checkout. Usually the discount is applied automatically at checkout. 

Added accessories aren't just limited to mattress covers and foundations, either. You can find anything from Lavender Spray to Blue Light Sleep Glasses with a 20% saving in the Cool Sleep Sale, so check it out before you check out. (For cozier sleep, also take a look at our guide to the best comforters for all budgets.)

Eight Sleep Black Friday deals: what you need to know

This year we've seen Eight Sleep offers that beat last year's best Eight Sleep Black Friday deal. In January, there was a $300 discount on the Pod - that's a bigger discount than Black Friday, when we saw $250 off, plus 20% off Eight Sleep accessories. Meanwhile, the Black Friday before (2019), there was an Eight Sleep discount of $100 on the mattresses, plus a free Amazon Echo Dot.

For Black Friday 2022 Eight Sleep took an impressive $500 off the Pod 3 mattress, which was quite a bit more than were expecting; there was also $250 off the Pod 3 cover, a more affordable way to get those Eight Sleep benefits without buying a whole new mattress. 

Black Friday 2023 is a long way off now, but we'll be tracking the Black Friday mattress deals (opens in new tab) and Cyber Monday mattress deals as they happen, and bringing you all the best offers – and the Eight Sleep discount codes you need to claim them – right here. 

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Alison Barretta
Freelance reviewer and writer

Freelance writer and editor Alison is an expert mattress tester for Tom's Guide, and hails from Philadelphia, USA. Alison has reviewed a wide range of mattresses, pillows and other sleep accessories for Tom's Guide, putting the latest hybrid, memory foam and cooling mattresses from Casper, Nectar, Awara, Brooklinen and other leading brands through their paces. Alison has been sharing buying advice and retail news for over a decade. When she isn't reviewing mattresses, other home products or hunting for great deals to save you money, Alison can be found teaching/training in martial arts, fawning over skincare, and indulging in her quarantine-borne hobby: cooking.

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