Saatva’s best mattress for back pain is $350 off in Memorial Day sale

The Saatva Classic Mattress shown on a beige fabric bed frame sat in a pool house overlooking a blue pool on a sunny day
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If you’ve been waiting to buy the super-popular Saatva Classic hybrid mattress at the cheapest price, today is the day to buy because you can save $350 on the Classic when you spend $1,000. This mattress sits right at the top of our general best mattress guide, as well as our best mattress for back pain guide. It’s reasonably priced considering it’s a luxury handcrafted bed made from premium materials. It also has the Seal of Approval from the Congress of Chiropractic State Associations. You’d pay for more for a similar model in store, and you also get 180 nights to trial it at home.

This is a fantastic Memorial Day mattress sale and it applies to every size apart from the twin, reducing the cost of a queen size to $1,345 (was $1,695). Prior to this new Saatva mattress sale the biggest saving we saw on the Classic was $275, so you’re saving an extra $75 here. We don’t expect the price to fall any lower during today's Memorial Day sales, but we do predict a price rise after.

You can learn more about it our feature where a sleep expert reveals the best type of mattress for back pain - and what to avoid.

Saatva Classic mattress VIP deal: save $350 at Saatva (opens in new tab)

Saatva Classic mattress VIP deal: save $350 at Saatva (opens in new tab)
This exclusive deal is the biggest saving we’ve seen in recent months on the Classic, with a queen size priced $1,345 (was $1,695). Saatva’s flagship mattress comes in three firmness levels and two heights, and that level of customization is impressive for the price. Our exclusive offer ends 31 May.

Saatva Memorial Day VIP offer: save $350 when you spend $1,000 (opens in new tab)

Saatva Memorial Day VIP offer: save $350 when you spend $1,000 (opens in new tab)
The Classic isn’t the only model you can save $350 on - this saving applies to any Saatva mattress as long as your total order value comes to $1,000 or more. You could use it to make the brand’s cheapest mattress, the Modern Foam memory foam mattress (opens in new tab), even cheaper, reducing a queen size to $1,145 (was $1,495). 

As we explain in our Saatva Classic mattress review, this luxury hybrid isn’t a mattress in a box - instead it arrives flat and ready to sleep on (no stinky mattress off-gassing here), delivered by free White Glove Delivery. That means members of Saatva’s installation team will deliver the Classic to your bedroom and set it up for you. The team will take all packaging away with them, and they’ll even remove your old mattress if you arrange it in advance. That saves you looking into how to dispose of a mattress.

The Classic comes in three firmness levels and two different heights (11.5” or 14.5”) to better cater to your body type and sleep needs. Choose the Soft version if you’re a lighter than average side sleeper, while the Luxury Firm is the most popular and designed to recreate the feel of a luxury hotel bed. Firm is better suited to heavier back and stomach sleepers. 

The Luxury Firm is the sweet spot for anyone dealing with back pain too, though we always recommend asking your doctor or physical therapist what mattress firmness would suit your specific back issues. For peace of mind, Saatva has been awarded the Seal of Approval from the Congress of Chiropractic State Associations.

Saatva runs a 180-night trial and offers free White Glove Delivery. The only sticking point is the $99 returns processing fee if you change your mind during the trial period. Otherwise, these are well-made and well-rated luxury mattresses for side sleepers, back, stomach and combi sleepers that will last you years. It comes with a 15-year warranty too. Just make sure you cover yours with the best mattress protector you can afford to help it last longer.

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Claire Davies
Sleep Editor, Certified Sleep Science Coach

Claire Davies is a qualified journalist, Sleep Editor and Certified Sleep Science Coach who writes about all things related to sleep, from mattress reviews to the latest sleep techniques and research. Claire has interviewed a wealth of experts, from mattress designers and innovators to neuroscientists and doctors of sleep medicine. Before taking on the role of Sleep Editor, Claire worked as Health & Wellness Editor at Top Ten Reviews, and before that was a Senior Content Editor at T3. Claire is super-passionate about how consistent, good quality sleep can boost our physical and mental wellbeing, and would love to hear from PRs and brands regarding sleep products, services and research that can help our readers sleep better than ever.