Huge Puffy mattress sale saves you up to $755 this Labor Day

Huge Puffy mattress sale saves you up to $755 this Labor Day
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If you need deep, full body support, the Puffy mattress is highly-rated by over 10,000 users for comfort, and today you can save $300 on every Puffy model. You’ll also get up to $455 of free gifts with your purchase, including cooling pillows and a sheets set. That’s a combined maximum saving of up to $755 thanks to this huge Labor Day mattress sale

Is the Puffy mattress any good? For certain sleepers, absolutely. There are deals on all three Puffys, with prices starting from $599 for the all-foam model, now putting it in the more affordable bracket. The Puffy Lux is also $300 off, with prices from $1,149 (was $1,449), and this is the better option if you have back pain because it offers firmer core support. Head to our Puffy Hybrid Lux mattress review to see how we got on with that one when we tested it. 

As we explain in our best mattress guide, it’s wise to choose a brand that offers a risk-free trial, and Puffy offers a 101-night trial for you to make sure your new mattress is right for your body. Puffy also offers a lifetime warranty on its USA-made mattresses, with free no-contact delivery and returns.

The Puffy Mattress: was from $899 from $599 at PuffySave up to $755

The Puffy Mattress: was from $899 from $599 at Puffy
Save up to $755 - The maximum saving includes $300 off the mattress, plus up to $455 of free gifts depending on which size you buy. The five-layer, memory foam Puffy Mattress is made to support back, stomach, side and combi sleepers, and works with any bed frame. It has a cooling layer to dissipate body heat, 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.

Puffy Lux Mattress: was from $1,449 from $1,449
Save up to $755

Puffy Lux Mattress: was from $1,449 from $1,449
Save up to $755
- The 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. This makes it well-suited to combination or restless sleepers, as well as couples – motion isolation tech means you shouldn’t feel each other moving around so much. The Puffy Lux offers six layers compared to the all-foam’s five, and has cooling properties and a firmer core for higher levels of support for people with back pain.

If you have previously shied away from a memory foam mattress because they hold more heat than hybrids, you can rest easier here as the Puffy Mattress has various cooling properties to regulate in-bed temperature. But if you want cooling and you have any type of neck or back pain, the Puffy Lux hybrid is the better option for you. Both models are $300 off with this cheap mattress deal.

At present, Puffy is shipping all new mattress orders within seven to ten business days, and shipping is free to the contiguous USA. Each Puffy comes on a 101-night trial and if you aren’t happy with your new mattress, the company will give you a refund and arrange a collection. Puffy prefers to donate unwanted mattresses to charity, so it won’t go to waste.

The weight capacity of twin, twin XL and full size Puffys is over 350lbs, while the queen, king and Cal king sizes can hold 350lbs per each side. You can place your new Puffy on most surfaces too, including box springs, slatted frames, platforms and adjustable bases. Unusually for mattress in a box brands, Puffy also says it’s fine to place the mattress on the floor.

Don’t forget that you’ll also get a bundle of free bedding accessories with your order too, including cooling bed pillows, a soft sheets set and a mattress protector so that you can transform your bed in one go.

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Claire Davies
Senior Sleep Editor, Certified Sleep Science Coach

Claire Davies is Tom's Guide's mattress expert and main sleep product tester with over 15 years' product review experience, and she is responsible for all mattress and sleep coverage on the site. A qualified journalist, Sleep Editor and Certified Sleep Science Coach, Claire 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.