Get $400 off our very top-rated mattress in this bargain Saatva Presidents' Day deal

Saatva Classic mattresses, with Price Drop flag overlaid
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If you're looking for a luxurious yet supportive mattress that doesn't cost the earth, we have the deal for you: with our exclusive link, you can get  $400 off the Saatva Classic. This bed sits right at the top of our best mattress guide for a reason: it offers hotel-level comfort and quality, will suit any sleep style, and can be customized to your exact preferences and support needs. It's our favorite Saatva mattress, but if it doesn't sound quite right for you, that deal is valid across the brand's entire mattress range, which includes soothing memory foam models and natural latex offerings.

This isn't Saatva's general Presidents' Day mattress sale, so you need to go via that link to access the $400 off offer. (The general sale has discounts, but they're not as big as that.) That price-drop will kick in on purchases of $1,000 and up, which means only the Twin size won't qualify (that one's not included in Saatva's general sale either). 

Saatva Classic mattress: $1,895 $1,495 at Saatva

Saatva Classic mattress: Full was $1,895 now $1,495 at Saatva
Our favourite of Saatva's range is the Classic. This luxurious innerspring hybrid combines a plush pillow top with a double layer of coils, and delivers sturdy lumbar support with a little bounce. Choose between three firmness levels and two heights. Our code gets you $400 off all but the twin size this Presidents' Day.

You'll find the full low-down in our Saatva Classic review, but the short version is that this handcrafted innerspring hybrid mattress delivers hotel-standard luxury for a lower cost than many of its competitors. We also rank it amongst the best mattresses for back pain, mainly due to the addition of so-called lumbar zone technology, which bolsters the middle third of the mattress to support your lower back and keep your spine healthily aligned. 

You can also customize it to your sleep style, body type and support preference. There are three firmness levels to choose from: Luxury Firm (a great choice for most people), Plush Soft (consider if you're a lighter person or side sleepers) or Firm (consider if you're a heavier person or a back- or stomach-sleeper). You can also choose from two different depths. 

We love the Saatva Classic, but it might not be exactly what you're looking for. At Saatva you'll find a range of other models that offer slightly different things. For example, memory foam fans can choose between the Loom & Leaf (our Loom & Leaf review will fill you in on exactly what to expect there) or another hybrid with a foam upper layer (head to our Saatva memory foam hybrid review for more on that one). If you're interested in a latex mattress, check out the Saatva Latex Hybrid (made from natural latex and recycled coils, and designed to deliver excellent temperature regulation so you don't overheat at night) or for bigger bodies, there's the Saatva HD.

Saatva exclusive discount: get $400 off any mattress (min. spend $1,000)

Saatva exclusive discount: get $400 off any mattress (min. spend $1,000)
Our promo link is valid across any of Saatva's selection of mattresses, so long as you spend $1,000 or more. For those on a tighter budget, it'll make the affordable Saatva Memory Foam Hybrid even more affordable (the queen size is reduced to $1,395 from $1,795). Or if you want a memory foam mattress that's great for back pain, check out the Loom & Leaf (queen was $2,395, now $1,995. 

A welcome perk is that white glove delivery is included in the price of a Saatva mattress, so the delivery team will set up the mattress in your room for you (it arrives flat), and take all the packaging away too. You have a lifetime warranty and a full year to trial your purchase, although do be aware that there's a $99 returns processing fee if the mattress doesn't suit you. Missed this offer? Check our Saatva mattress sales page for the best current deal.

Ruth Hamilton
Homes Editor, TechRadar

Ruth is currently Homes Editor on Tom's Guide's sister site TechRadar, where she reviews and writes about everything from air fryers to vacuum cleaners to coffee machines, as well as the latest smart home gadgets. Prior to making the shift to Homes, Ruth was Tom's Guide's Sleep Editor. A certified Sleep Science Coach, she has tested more mattresses than her small flat can handle and will talk at length about them to anyone who shows even a passing interest.