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7 mattress sales you can get ahead of Memorial Day

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Memorial Day weekend is right around the corner. However, mattress manufacturers are already offering some of their best deals of the year. So we're rounding up the best Memorial Day mattress sales you can get this weekend. This includes mattress deals from Saatva, Tuft & Needle, Purple, and more. 

The deals range from sitewide coupons to dollar-off discounts on the best mattress of 2021. Even better, they're applicable not just for mattresses, but for sheets, mattress toppers, and more. (For more holiday deals, make sure to follow our guide to the best Memorial Day sales).

Best deals ahead of Memorial Day

Purple Mattress: was $599 now $574 @ Purple (opens in new tab)
Save up to $400: Purple is taking up to $200 off its entire mattress collection. Add the optional Premium Sleep Bundle to your mattress purchase and you'll  save an extra $200 off for a combined $400 off. If you want the least-expensive mattress, you can get the excellent Purple Mattress (twin) for $574 (was $599), whereas the queen costs $1,099 (was $1,199). Add the Premium Sleep Bundle (two pillows, mattress protector, and sheets) and you'll pay $316 instead of its usual price of $516 for an extra $200 off. 

Avocado Vegan Hybrid: was $999 now $899 @ Avocado (opens in new tab)
Up to $250 off: Avocado is taking from $100 to $250 off its mattress collection. These are among the best organic mattresses you can buy. For instance, you can get their PETA-approved Vegan Hybrid Mattress (twin) for just $899 via coupon code "HONOR", whereas the queen size is $1,399 (was $1,499) via the same coupon. 

Saatva: $200 off $950 or more @ Saatva (opens in new tab)
Spend $950 or more on a new Saatva mattress and you'll get a $200 discount applied to your order. That means you can buy a queen size Saatva Classic for $1,299 (was $1,499), whereas a queen Latex Hybrid Mattress (opens in new tab) is $1,599 (was $1,799). The twin sizes of a few mattresses in the range don't receive the discount because they fall under the $1,000 threshold, but everything else is included in this early sale. 

Tuft & Needle Hybrid: was $995 now $845 @ T&N (opens in new tab)
Save 15%: Tuft & Needle's early sale knocks 15% off its entire mattress collection. After discount, you can get its premium Hybrid Mattress (twin) for $845 (was $995), whereas the queen size costs $1,355 (was $1,595). Alternatively if you don't need a new mattress, T&N is taking 20% off sitewide.  

Serta iComfort: was $909 now $709 @ Serta (opens in new tab)
Up to $1,000 off: Serta was one of the first mattress manufacturers to offer official Memorial Day discounts. As part of its official sales, Serta is taking up to $1,000 off its iComfort mattresses. Currently, you can get the iComfort twin mattress for $709 (was $909) or the iComfort queen mattress for $1,199 (was $1,399). 

Layla mattress: was $699 now $549 @ Layla (opens in new tab)
Save $200: The Layla Memorial Day mattress sale has officially started. Layla is taking up to $200 off its popular memory foam mattress. After discount, you can get the twin mattress for $549 (was $699) or the queen mattress for $949 (was $1,099). The copper foam mattress offers a soft and huggy feel while keeping you cool even during the warmest of nights. All purchases come with two free pillows, a microfiber sheet set, and a mattress protector. 

Helix Sunset Luxe Mattress: was $699 now $599 @ Helix (opens in new tab)
Save up to $200 + free pillows: Memorial Day mattress sales have officially arrived at Helix. The mattress maker is taking up to $200 off mattresses via the following codes: "MEMORIALDAY100" ($100 off $600); "MEMORIALDAY150" ($150 off $1,250); or "MEMORIALDAY200" ($200 off $1,750). All deals come with two free pillows.  After discount, you can get the Sunset Luxe (twin) for $599 via code "MEMORIALDAY100" or the queen for $999 via code "MEMORIALDAY100". The hybrid mattress features both memory foam and individual coils to offer the best support and comfort. 

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. With over 10 years of deals-hunting experience, Louis price checks against multiple retailers and searches high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.