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Best cheap bedroom set deals in June 2022

Cheap bedroom set deals
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Cheap bedroom sets can lower the cost of furnishing your bedroom. In addition to frames and foundations, some of the best cheap bedroom sets we've seen also include a dresser or mattress protector. Depending on your needs and budget, you can also find bedroom sets that include nightstands, mirrors, or chests.  

When shopping for cheap bedroom set deals it's important to remember that many sets don't include a mattress. (If you need help choosing a mattress, make sure to check out our best mattress guide). As the centerpiece of your bedroom, the right mattress ensures you'll be getting the best night's sleep. To help with your shopping, we're rounding up the best cheap bedroom set deals you can get right now. (If you just need a new mattress, make sure to check out our mattress sale guide). 

Best cheap bedroom set deals  

Bedroom sets

Nectar 5-Piece Bedroom Set: was $1,848 now $1,099 @ Nectar (opens in new tab)
The Nectar 5-piece bedroom set (queen) includes a Nectar mattress, Nectar foundation, two cooling pillows, sheet set, and mattress protector. For a limited time, Nectar is taking $649 off its full price, which makes this one of the best cheap bedroom set deals we've seen from Nectar. 

Feuerstein 3-Piece Bedroom Set: was $539 now $509 @ Wayfair (opens in new tab)
This affordable bedroom set includes all the  basics you need to furnish your bedroom. It comes with a queen headboard, footboard, rails, slats, and two nightstands. The bed requires a box spring. 

Picket House Upholstered Platform Bed Set: was $604 now $517 @ Overstock (opens in new tab)
The Picket House Upholtered Platform Bed set features a queen platform bed and two mid-century styled nightstands. Normally priced at $604, it's now on sale for $517. 

Best Quality 3-Piece Bedroom Set: was $1,655 now $1,490 @ Overstock (opens in new tab)
This bedroom set includes a bed, dresser, and nightstand. The dresser includes six drawers, while the nightstand is constructed with two drawers. The bedroom set is available in various sizes from twin to California King. 


Cocoon by Sealy Chill Mattress: was $769 now $499 @ Cocoon by Sealy (opens in new tab)
If you tend to sweat overnight, this is the mattress for you. While many mattresses claim to wick away heat, in our review we found that the Cocoon Chill does the best job of actually keeping you cool overnight. We also love the mattress' ability to reduce motion transfer, so you won't notice when your partner gets up from bed in the middle of the night. As part of its current sale — the twin size is down to just $499 (was $769), whereas the queen is on sale for $799 (was $1,239). Plus, you get free pillows and a sheet set with your mattress purchase. 

Nectar Memory Foam Mattress: was $798 now $499 + $399 of free gifts at Nectar (opens in new tab)
The Nectar Memory Foam Mattress is our number one mattress pick and offers tremendous value for the money. In our review, we found that it's very comfortable (thanks to its five layers of memory foam) and it offers excellent pressure relief around your shoulders, hips, and back. Bonus points for offering an impressive 365-night trial and a forever guarantee. Currently, the twin costs $499 (was $798), whereas the queen costs $799 (was $1,198). Plus, you get freebies like pillows, sheet set, and a mattress protector ($399 value) with any mattress purchase. 

Nolah Evolution 15: was $1,599 now $949 @ Nolah (opens in new tab)
The Nolah Evolution 15 is a hybrid memory foam bed that suits anyone seeking high levels of pressure relief and cooling. Graphite-infused AirFoamIce and a cool-touch cover handle the cooling, while pressure relief comes courtesy of foam and an 8-inch coil system. Use coupon "TGNOLAH" to take an extra $50 off mattress and weighted blanket sale prices. After discount, the twin costs $949 (was $1,599), whereas the queen costs $1,549 (was $2,299). During checkout, you'll need to remove the discount that's automatically added and instead add "TGNOLAH" as your discount. You'll then get up to $700 off plus an extra $50 off. 

Brentwood Home Hybrid Latex Mattress: was $999 now from $899 @ Brentwood Home (opens in new tab)
Save 10% on the Hybrid Latex Mattress during the Brentwood Home's latest sale. Made entirely from alternative, natural, and recycled materials, its has a 12-inch thick luxury design, 4 inches of natural latex in 3 zones, and up to 975 8-inch contouring pocketed coils. All sizes are 10% off via coupon code "SAVE10". After discount, the twin size costs $899 (was $999), whereas the queen costs $1,169 (was $1,299). 

Tuft & Needle Original Mattress: was $745 now $645 @ T&N (opens in new tab)
Tuft & Needle's Original Mattress is perfect for anyone who needs a new mattress, but can't afford to spend too much. In our review, we found it has a soft, plushy feel, but it's also designed to provide good pressure relief, whether you're a side sleeper, stomach sleeper, or sleep on your back. It's also great for couples, because its adaptive foam will keep you stable even if your partner rolls around overnight. After discount, you can get the T&N Original Mattress (twin) for $645 (was $745), whereas the queen size is $845 (was $995).

Saatva Classic: $350 off orders of $1,000 @ Saatva (opens in new tab)
The Saatva Classic is a luxury mattress without the sticker shock. In our review, we found it to be the most comfortable mattress we've tested. It's also highly customizable: You can get it in soft, medium, or firm versions. You can even choose the mattress' height (11.5 or 14.5 inches). Bonus points to Saatva for offering free white glove delivery to the room of your choice. Currently, Saatva is taking $350 off orders of $1,000 or more. After discount, the twin XL costs $798 (was $1,148), whereas the queen costs $1,345 (was $1,695).

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.