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The best Leesa mattress sales and deals in October 2022: save up to $700

The best Leesa mattress sales, discounts and deals
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The current Leesa mattress sale cuts $200 to $700 off its memory foam and hybrid mattresses (opens in new tab). The largest discount can be found on the brand's most luxurious offering, the Leesa Legend Hybrid Mattress (up to $700 off), whilst the entry-level Leesa Original Mattress is up to $200 off. Two of the brand's best pillows are included with every mattress purchase (a $120 value).

Leesa is B Corp certified, which makes it one of the best mattress brands for ethical shoppers who want their purchases to make a positive impact on the world. (Leesa donates one mattress to someone in need for every 10 mattresses sold.) Leesa also does right by its customers by offering a 100-night risk-free trial, so you’ll have plenty of time to try out yours. A 10-year mattress warranty also applies. 

If you're unfamiliar with Leesa, check out our Leesa Original mattress review to learn what we thought of its flagship memory foam mattress. If you're seeking something else, lots of Labor Day mattress sales are now live and have plenty to offer no matter your budget or sleep preferences. Otherwise, scroll down for the best deals from Leesa's Labor Day mattress sale...

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Leesa Original mattress: from $849 $749 at Leesa (opens in new tab)
Save up to $200
- The Leesa Original is an affordable all-foam model that's supportive for most sleep positions. In its Labor Day sale, you can nab a 15% discount on this model, making it the cheapest Leesa aside from the Studio, with a queen size down to $1,099 (was $1,299).

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Leesa Hybrid mattress: from $1,349 $1,199 at Leesa (opens in new tab)
Save up to $400
- If you prefer more bounce in your bed, the Leesa Hybrid is a worthwhile upgrade from the Original. With over 1,000 pocket springs it delivers the perfect combination of support, motion isolation and back comfort. Previous sales knocked up to $200 off, but the max savings have now been doubled. A king is now on sale for $1.899 (was $2,299) whilst a queen is marked down to $1,699 (was $1,999).

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Leesa Legend mattress: from $1,899 $1,649 at Leesa (opens in new tab)
Save up to $700
- The largest savings in Leesa's sale are on its most expensive, premium mattress. With two layers of pocket springs, breathable wool and organic cotton cover, and memory foam, this is the ultimate Leesa mattress for comfort, support and durability. In the sale a queen size costs $2,099 (was $2,599), and the king size is $700 off.

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Leesa Sapira Hybrid mattress: from $1,349 $1,199 at Leesa (opens in new tab)
Save up to $400 -
Cooling and contouring is what you'll get with the Leesa Sapira Hybrid. It features hole-punched cooling foam, a memory foam recovery layer and over 1,000 active response pocket springs. Right now, save up to $400 on the Sapira Hybrid, with a queen going for $1,699 (was $1,999).

All models are covered with a 10-year warranty, which is standard coverage among the best mattresses in a box. Let’s take a look at the best Leesa mattress sales and discounts now to help you sleep better for less… 

Which Leesa mattress should you buy?

Most people will be looking for a balance of great value and excellent comfort. We reckon that the Leesa Original will suit the majority of people's needs, with three layers of premium foam that help support, transfer weigh evenly, and keep you cool at night – and now starting at just $749 (opens in new tab), it's not too costly.

If you prefer a little more bounce to your bed, you might want to upgrade to the Leesa Hybrid. Similar in construction to the Original, you'll also get a full layer of pocket springs, which add extra support and lift. Starting at $1,199 in the Leesa Labor Day Sale (opens in new tab), it's a little more expensive, but still great value when you consider the high build quality and back support it offers.

If you want the very best Leesa sleep technology, the Leesa Legend has packed in every innovation the brand has developed so far. Starting at $1,599 (opens in new tab) in a twin XL after discount, it's a superb chance to get all of that coveted Leesa sleep comfort for less. We'll go into more detail about each one of these mattresses below.

Leesa also offers a budget mattress called the Studio by Leesa, which is up to $100 off and starts from $529 (opens in new tab) in a twin (after discount). Meanwhile, if overheating is a sleep issue you're hoping to remedy, the brand's coolest offering is the Leesa Sapira Hybrid, which sits between the Leesa Hybrid and Leesa Legend. It's on sale for up to $400 right now, with a twin now starting at $1,199 (opens in new tab).

Like most other mattress brands, Leesa's retail prices have gradually increased due to inflation and supply chain issues. Despite that change, Leesa is still among the more affordable mattresses out there, especially after frequent discounts. 

The sleep brand also makes a range of accessories, including sheet sets, good quality mattress protectors, comforters, cushions and one of the best mattress toppers for instant comfort.

More Leesa mattress deals

Leesa mattress sales and discount codes: the Leesa Original placed on a grey fabric base

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1. Leesa Original mattress deals

The best Leesa mattress for most sleepers

Sizes: Twin to Cal King | Depth: 10 inches | Turn: No | Filling : Memory foam | Firmness: 5-7 (medium) | Trial: 100 days | Guarantee: 10 years | MSRP: $849 - $1,599

Eco-friendly materials
Good middle-ground firmness
Cooling layer
Might be too soft for heavier bodies

Leesa's Original mattress is all-foam model covered with a premium twill cover. Below that sits a comfort layer of foam that responds quickly to your movements during sleep and hugs you around the shoulders, back and hips. Beneath that is a 'recovery' layer. 

This is a firmer foam that contours to your body, and provides you with the support you need to get a good night's rest. It also looks after your hips and shoulders, though we'd recommend the Leesa Hybrid or the Leesa Legend if you're experiencing neck and back pain. A support layer holds everything together and provides deeper support for your entire body while keeping your spine in neutral alignment.

If you're after an all-foam mattress at a reasonable price, the Leesa Original has proved popular with customers. It averages a user review score of 4.5 out of stars from over 20,000 reviews. Amazon buyers also rate it 4 out of 5. It's more expensive than similar top-rated models from Nectar and DreamCloud, but it also sleeps relatively cool, making it a good choice for hot sleepers. 

For the latest savings on comparable brands, see our round-ups of the best Nectar mattress sales and deals and the latest DreamCloud mattress discounts and sales

Leesa mattress sales and discount codes: The Leesa Hybrid mattress photographed on a grey base with light wooden legs

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2. Leesa Hybrid mattress deals

Leesa's mid-range mattress with pocket-sprung comfort

Sizes: Twin to Cal King | Depth: 11 inches | Turn: No | Filling : Memory foam and pocket springs | Firmness: 5-7/10 (medium) | Trial: 100 days | Guarantee: 10 years | RRP: $1,049 – $1,799

Extra support from pocket coils
Extra-breathable top layer
Firmer than the all-foam Original
Too firm for lightweight sleepers

For those who prefer to have a sprung mattress, the Leesa Hybrid could be the perfect alternative to the Original. Similar in construction except with a full layer of pocket coils and a perforated top layer of foam, the Hybrid delivers both more stability and extra night-time cooling for those who tend to sleep hot.

While there's a small increase in price here, we think it's well worth it if you're not a fan of all-foam models – plus, with the current discounts available, there's no better time to go for a slightly more premium mattress. The Leesa Hybrid has a hole-punched top layer to make it more breathable, and while it isn't a dedicated cooling mattress, the design of this top layer does help body heat to dissipate. 

Considering this is an affordable hybrid model, we're pleased to see such a high number of active response pocket springs packed into it – 1,000, in fact. These increase airflow throughout the mattress, plus they contribute towards support and motion isolation (so you don't feel your bed partner moving around so much). 

The Leesa Hybrid is a good choice for most sleepers, especially back and stomach sleepers who like a medium-firm bed, plus restless couples who often wake each other up with their tossing and turning. For a comparable cooling hybrid mattress, take a look at our Casper Wave Hybrid Snow Mattress review, or learn how to buy a hotel luxury bed for less with our Saatva Classic Mattress review. For the latest savings on that model, see our Saatva mattress sale guide.

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3. Leesa Legend mattress deals

The best Leesa mattress if you're dealing with back pain

Sizes: Twin XL to Cal King | Depth: 12 inches | Turn: No | Filling : Memory foam and pocket springs | Firmness: 5-7/10 (medium) | Trial: 100 days | Guarantee: 10 years | RRP: $1,999 - $2,999

Targeted hip and shoulder support
Made from recycled materials
Breathable for hot sleepers
Short trial for a premium brand

If you're after the best of the best, the Leesa Legend is the only choice. With six individual layers – two of which are pocket sprung – there's a heck of a lot of tech packed into this mattress. That second layer of pocket springs is a standout feature, and one not often seen in other mattresses, regardless of price. Essentially, you'll be getting the traditional 100% strung layer for full-body support as you'd expect, but you'll also get two zones of 'microcoils' for targeted hip and shoulder support. 

That's not just some gimmick, either – according to reviewers the construction almost totally eliminates motion transfer, meaning no matter how much you (or your partner) tosses and turns during the night, there shouldn't be too many disturbances.

The Legend is much more expensive than the Hybrid and the Original, so it's definitely worth weighing up the benefits before buying. However, if you've made up your mind, the current Leesa mattress sale is a good chance to save 15% on the brand's flagship model. 

If you like the sound of the eco-friendly and organic materials used in the Leesa Legend but want something more affordable, we'd recommend the Avocado Green Mattress, which is often on sale – read our round-up of the best Avocado mattress sales and deals for the latest savings. 

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4. Studio by Leesa mattress deals

Leesa quality at a lower price

Sizes: Twin - Cal King | Depth: 10 inches | Turn: No | Filling : Foam | Firmness: 5-7/10 (medium) | Trial: 100 days | Guarantee: 10 years | RRP: $549 - $999

Pressure relieving foam
Breathable cover
Good range of sizes
Only three layers of foam

The Leesa Studio is the cheapest mattress the brand offers. These budget versions are often stripped-back versions of the bestsellers and, while they are cheaper, can often lack a little in the functionality department. 

However, the Studio is more than three slabs of memory foam. That might sound dismissive, but in all honestly, while the Studio isn't hi-tech, it's a good option for a guest room or for sleepers on a very tight budget.

The base is shared with the original, and above that are two separate memory foam layers that offer the support and comfort we've come to expect. While it's great value already, we have seen it on sale before with a 10% discount. Right now, you can bring one home for as low as $529.

Leesa Bundle deals and discounts

Leesa mattress sales, deals and discount codes: the Leesa Original shown on a Leesa Bed Base

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While some might be happy with their bedroom set up and just want a fresh mattress, others will be wanting a full-on upgrade. And for those people, Leesa is offering some incredible bargains in the form of bundle deals.

If you want an Original or Hybrid mattress, a base and a mattress protector, the oddly named Preferred Bundle (opens in new tab) could knock up to $404 off the RRP, and you'll also get two free pillows while stocks last. That's a serious saving, and means you'll have a brand new bed that'll last you for years, and hopefully decades to come.

If you've got grander plans, you can bag a Hybrid or Legend mattress, an adjustable base and a mattress protector in the more sensibly named Luxury Bundle (opens in new tab). That could save you over $870.

Plus, the Accessory Bundle (opens in new tab) can get you kitted out with a premium foam pillow, a sheet set and a duvet cover, saving you up to $109. Obviously, if you're not looking for an adjustable base or any extras, these bundles won't offer great value. But for those who are, they're great ways of saving money.

Do you need a Leesa Mattress promo code?

Yes and no. You don't need a Leesa mattress promo code to take advantage of any discounts shown on the mattresses, as these savings are displayed automatically and are shown instantly. When it comes to the bedding and bed bases you do need to type in a promo code. 

This is often displayed at the top of the website and you simply enter the discount code word or name into the designated box on the order summary page. By doing this you secure the 10-15% saving usually offered on Leesa's accessories and bases. For snuggly sleep, check out our best comforters guide too.

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