Tempur-Pedic's new January sale extends the offer we saw during Christmas, making now an excellent time to save on these coveted luxury beds. While the sale remains live, you can save 30% on closeout models at Tempur-Pedic: the previous-generation Tempur-Breeze (save up to $2,999) and the Tempur-Cloud Prima (save up to $1,019). You'll also get free accessories with purchase – a bedding bundle with the Tempur-Breeze or a pair of Tempur-Cloud pillows with the Prima. These closeout models are final sale only (no returns), so you'll miss out on the 90-night trial – but there's still a 10-year warranty and free white glove delivery.
If you can't quite afford a Tempur-Pedic mattress, there's 20% off the Tempur-Adapt Mattress Topper bundle, which comes with a Tempur-Cloud pillow and a sleep mask. However, the topper alone has been 40% off at various points this year so unless you could make use of those extras, it'll pay to wait until it drops again. (In the meantime, read our Tempur-Pedic Tempur-Adapt topper review to find out what we thought of it.)
As is usually the case, there aren't any money-off discounts for current Tempur-Pedic models. Bargains are typically rare from Tempur-Pedic, which is regarded as one of the best mattress brands in the world. Most major holidays and Black Friday are the best times to buy if you want to save on the latest and greatest the brand has to offer. (We recommend keeping an eye on mattress sales around Presidents' Day.) For now, here are the Tempur-Pedic mattress deals we're seeing right now...
Tempur-Pedic mattress sales: the best deals to shop
Tempur-Cloud Prima mattress: from
$1,699 $1,189.30 + 2 free pillows at Tempur-Pedic
Save up to $1,019 - This continuation of Tempur's Black Friday deal may be your last chance to save on the discontinued Tempur-Cloud Prima, a medium-plush all-foam bed with adaptive support. As a closeout model, it's not eligible for returns but it'll still be backed by a 10-year warranty. You'll get two free Tempur-Cloud pillows with purchase, too. After the discount, a queen is $1,399 (was $1,999), saving you $599. Plus you get two free pillows to boost your value for money.
Tempur-Breeze (previous gen): from
$3,999, $2,799.30 + free bedding at Tempur-Pedic
Save up to $2,999 - This deal can help you save up to $3,000 on a previous-gen PRObreez or LuxeBreeze. Better yet, use coupon code 300FREE to score $300 worth of free bedding. As a final sale model, you won't be able to return it, but your purchase will still be backed by a 10-year warranty. If the current Breeze line is too rich for you, this is a great way to save on a Tempur cooling mattress.
Tempur-Adapt Topper: 20% off + sleep accessories at Tempur-Pedic
A Tempur topper can transform the sleep feel of your bed, and while it's not cheap, it's still a fraction of the price of a full mattress. In our Tempur-Adapt topper review, we found it comfortably plush and dreamily cushioned for side sleepers. Head directly to Tempur for 20% off, with a free pillow and sleep mask bundled in (worth $118). We do occasionally see these toppers with 40% off, but no freebies – so this is a good deal if you need those extras.
Tempur-Cloud Pillow deal: from
$178 $119 for two at Tempur-Pedic
If you buy a luxurious Tempur-Cloud Pillow ($89), you can add another one to your cart for $30, saving you $59 on a pair. That means you could either give one to your partner or have two for yourself for an extra level of comfort and support. This deal runs permanently, but it's good to know if you're in the market for some pillows.
This brand isn't as regular with its deals as other mattress brands are, with offers tending to appear only around major shopping events. It's worth taking advantage of any price drops when they do appear. Bookmark this page so you'll never miss out.
Tempur-Pedic Black Friday deals: all you need to know
If you're hoping to buy a cheap Tempur-Pedic mattress, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are good bets for scoring the lowest prices of the year. This has certainly been true over the past few years.
While you're waiting for the 2023 Tempur-Pedic Black Friday deal to drop, here's an idea of what to expect based on the discounts we've seen over the last three years:
Last year's Tempur-Pedic Black Friday sale
- 30% off the Tempur-Cloud
- $300 off the Tempur-Breeze and Tempur-Adapt
- 25% off the Tempur-Adapt mattress topper
Essential offer aside, we've seen these same deals matched or even bettered at multiple points over the course of the year. In short, they're nothing particularly special, although the fact the discounts have been going up each year is a promising sign.
Although you'll find Tempur-Pedic mattresses at several other retailers including Amazon, Mattress Firm, and Pottery Barn, those stores are likely to follow Tempur-Pedic's lead for Black Friday and Cyber Monday. However, if Tempur-Pedic happens to sell out of the mattress you want, at least you'll have options to shop elsewhere.
Tempur-Pedic isn't always the most generous with its discounts, compared to other brands, so we're not necessarily expecting a showstopping Black Friday sale. That said, we'd hope for a huge deal on at least one of the mattresses – our money's on the Tempur-Cloud, which is the current cheapest model, although the Tempur-Essential could possibly make one final appearance with a hefty 40% off.
In the meantime, find out if the Tempur-Adapt is worth buying from Black Friday according to one of our seasoned mattress reviewers.
Which Tempur-Pedic mattress should you buy?
US Tempur mattresses
The UK and US Tempur ranges are different, and both are, in our opinion, far more complicated and confusing than they need to be. Let's start with the US selection.
There are three mattress types in TEMPUR-Pedic's US range: the TEMPUR-Cloud, the TEMPUR-Adapt and the TEMPUR-Breeze. Within each of those, there are various iterations to choose from. Originally, there was also a more budget-friendly Tempur-Essential, but that no longer appears to be available. Here's all the key info in a table, or alternatively read on for some more info.
|Medium, Medium Hybrid
|Cheapest overall option
|Adapt (Medium, Medium Hybrid), ProAdapt (Soft, Medium, Firm, Medium Hybrid), LuxeAdapt (Soft, Firm)
|PRObreeze (Medium, Medium Hybrid), LUXEbreeze (Soft, Firm)
It's worth noting that Tempur's MSRPs have fluctuated since the start of 2023, with the two cheapest models experiencing a permanent price drop. The TEMPUR-Cloud is the cheapest of Tempur's US range (MSRP starting from $1,699). It uses the original Tempur Material, and will deliver the classic Tempur experience, with excellent pressure relief and a soothing, sink-in feel, but if you go up the range you'll find extra features.
You can choose between two versions: the Medium (with no springs) and the Medium Hybrid (which adds a layer or springs). Go for the former if you're purely after pressure relief, or the latter if you want something with a little more pushback. The addition of springs means this version has sturdier edge support, and will be easier to move about on than the Medium. That goes for all the Hybrid options mentioned below, too.
The TEMPUR-Adapt Collection sits in the middle of the US range. It also has a starting MSRP of $1,699 (down from $1,949) but otherwise costs up to $500 more than the TEMPUR-Cloud in sizes larger than a twin. The main selling point here is that it delivers even better pressure relief than the Cloud. There are three iterations within this line, with different versions within those. So you can choose – deep breath – the Adapt (available as a Medium or Medium Hybrid), the ProAdapt (available in Soft, Medium, Firm, or Medium Hybrid) or the LuxeAdapt (in Soft or Firm).
The main difference between the Adapt, Pro and Luxe is that they deliver better pressure relief and conform to your shape more as you move up the line, as a result of using slightly different versions of Tempur Material. Compared to the Cloud, you're also getting a zip-off, washable cover.
Finally, there's the TEMPUR-Breeze collection. It's the priciest option, with MSRP starting at a none-too-cool $4,099 in a twin long, but it does promise to keep you between 3 and 5 degrees cooler at night, which is pretty compelling if you sleep hot. There are two versions to choose from, and again, sub-versions beyond that. There's the PRObreeze (in Medium or Medium Hybrid) and the LUXEbreeze (in Soft or Firm). The LUXE promises greater cooling powers.
If all those are too expensive, you could opt for a topper instead. We rate Tempur's options amongst the very best mattress toppers you can buy, and a great way of grafting a Tempur feel onto another, totally different bed. They're not cheap, but they are much cheaper than buying a whole mattress. Currently, the brand only sells one topper based on the TEMPUR-Adapt model.
UK Tempur mattresses
Moving on to the UK line. Here, you've got five collections to choose from. The TEMPUR Cloud, TEMPUR Original, TEMPUR Sensation, TEMPUR Hybrid and One By Tempur. Because there's so many, we've consolidated the key info into a handy table.
|Supreme, Elite, Lux
|Supreme, Elite, Lux
|Supreme, Elite, Lux
|Medium, with bounce
|One By Tempur
|Soft, Medium, Firm
|Soft, Medium or Firm
In the UK, the mattresses are named based on their sleep feel. So the Cloud, Original and Sensation are all very similar in design, with the difference being that they're soft, medium and firm (respectively) to lie on. Each is made up of three materials, which we assume are all types of foams. The top layer is geared towards comfort, the second is geared towards support, and the bottom is designed to provide a firm base.
For each line, you can choose from three depths: 21cm ('Supreme'), 25cm ('Elite') or 30cm ('Lux'). No extra types of material get added, but the depth of the layers goes up as the mattress gets thicker.
The TEMPUR Hybrid is similar to the Original, but adds a layer of micro-coils beneath the support layer. This will bring with it a bit of bounce and more responsiveness than you'd find with an all-foam model, although it is buried fairly deep in the mattress. There's no super-thick option with this one, but you've still got Supreme and Elite depths to choose from. Head to our TEMPUR Hybrid review to find out what we thought when we tested this one out.
Finally, there's the One By Tempur. This one works differently from the rest of the range – you choose your sleep feel (from soft, medium and firm) and all are 20cm deep. It's also cheaper than the others in the UK line, and there's no Single option. In terms of design and sleep feel, though, we honestly have no idea what makes this different from the rest of the UK Tempur mattresses, other than it's slightly thinner than the thinnest of that main range. We're reaching out to Tempur to clarify.
Tempur Pedic offers a 90-night risk-free mattress trial. So if you don't love yours within that time, you'll get a refund and the mattress will be collected.
For an alternative that's cheaper yet no less premium, read our Saatva Classic mattress review. This luxury innerspring hybrid suits most sleepers and is often around $200 off in the Saatva mattress sale.
More of the best Tempur-Pedic prices
The best Tempur-Pedic mattress for smaller budgets
Sizes: twin, twin long, full, queen, king, split king, CA king | Depth: 10" | Turn: no | Versions: Medium (foam only), Medium Hybrid (foam + springs) | Trial: 90 nights | Warranty: 10 years | MSRP: $1,699 - $2,399
The Tempur-Cloud is the most affordable of the US range, although with a starting price of $1,699 it's still an investment (which is probably why so many of you are hunting for TEMPUR-Pedic mattress sales).
If you're looking for a classic Tempur experience, this will deliver it. Both versions have a medium sleep feel, and uses the original Tempur Material, which molds gently to your body to offer excellent pressure relief and motion isolation. Couples and those who suffer sore joints will benefit.
Another benefit is that as well as the foam-only Medium, it's available with springs in the form of the Medium Hybrid. It's slightly more expensive, but it promises a little more pushback, making it easier to move around on, and sturdier edge support too.
Potential downsides are that there's no removable cover on either version, and it doesn't offer as much pressure relief as the Adapt, or extra cooling prowess like the Breeze.
- Read more: Tempur-Pedic Tempur-Cloud mattress review
The best choice for hip and joint pain
Sizes: twin, twin long, full, queen, king, split king, CA king, split CA king | Depth: 11" | Turn: no | Versions: Medium, Medium Hybrid (with springs) | Trial: 90 nights | Warranty: 10 years | RRP: $1,699 - $3,998