Sleep Awareness Week 2023 is officially underway. If you're not familiar with Sleep Week, the event's purpose is to promote better health through improved sleep. It was created by The National Sleep Foundation (NSF), a non-profit organization that provides information on health-related issues concerning sleep.
This year, Sleep Week will run through March 18. That means any Sleep Week deals you see now will only last for a few more hours. (Though some of them may be extended). So whether you're searching for the best mattress or just curious about the best mattress in a box — we're rounding up the best Sleep Week deals you can get on this page.
For more bedroom-related deals, make sure to check out our guides to the best mattress sales and bedding sales happening now.
Sleep Week Deals right now
- Nectar (Editor's Choice): flash sale — 40% off sitewide (opens in new tab)
- Avocado: up to $300 off vegan/luxury mattresses (opens in new tab)
- Bear: 30% off sitewide via code "TOMS30" (opens in new tab)
- Brooklyn Bedding: 25% off sitewide via code "WINTER25" (opens in new tab)
- Cocoon by Sealy: 35% off Chill mattress + free sleep bundle (opens in new tab)
- DreamCloud: 25% off sitewide + $599 free bed set w/ mattress (opens in new tab)
- Helix: 20% off sitewide + 2 free pillows via "SPRINGSALE20" (opens in new tab)
- Nolah: up to $750 off + 2 free pillows w/ code "TGNOLAH50" (opens in new tab)
- Saatva: up to $600 off mattresses (opens in new tab)
- Tempur-Pedic: up to $500 off select mattress sets (opens in new tab)
- Vaya: $300 off any mattress via "VAYA300" (opens in new tab)
Best Sleep Week Deals
Nectar: was $599 now $359 @ Nectar (opens in new tab)
Best value: Our favorite value mattress is now on sale. In our Nectar mattress review, we called the Editor's Choice mattress a tremendous value for the money. We found 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. As part of its current sale — you can get the twin mattress for $359 (was $599) or the queen for $629 (was $1,049).
DreamCloud Hybrid Mattress: was $799 now $599 @ DreamCloud (opens in new tab)
Free $599 bedding set! The 14-inch DreamCloud mattress is one of the tallest we've reviewed. It features five layers that offer firm, responsive support as well as soft cushioning. In our DreamCloud mattress review, we said it's a great bed for just about anyone, but it especially shines for those suffering from hip or lower back pain. As part of its flash sale — you can get the DreamCloud Hybrid mattress twin for $599 (was $799) or the queen for $899 (was $1,199). The mattress comes with free shipping, free returns, and a 365-night home trial. Plus, you get a free mattress protector, sheet set, and pillows.
Saatva Classic Mattress: was $995 now $695 @ Saatva (opens in new tab)
The Saatva Classic is the best luxury hybrid mattress you can buy. This high-end innerspring mattress combines eco-friendly foams and a cushioning Euro pillow top with a super-durable dual steel coil support system. In our Saatva Classic mattress review, we found it's fantastic to sleep on, offering hotel-level comfort at a reasonable price. The Saatva Classic comes in three different comfort levels (soft, medium firm, or firm) and two heights (11.5 or 14.5 inches). Plus, it includes free white glove delivery as standard. After discount, you can get the twin XL for $695 (was $995) or the queen for $1,695 (was $1,995).
Helix Midnight Mattress: was $936 now $749 @ Helix (opens in new tab)
Save 20% + free pillows: As part of its current sale, Helix is taking 20% off sitewide via coupon "SPRINGSALE20". Even better, all deals come with two free pillows. After discount, you can get the Midnight (twin) for $749 (was $936) or the queen for $1,099 (was $1,374). In our Helix Midnight Mattress review, we said the hybrid mattress delivers the comfort and support you'd expect of a pricier model. It's also an excellent choice for side sleepers, with memory foam that relieves pressure by cradling pressure points along your body. Meanwhile, the mattress' coils offer a little bounce, limit motion transfer, and boost airflow to keep you cool as you sleep.
Siena Mattress: was $499 now $199 @ Siena (opens in new tab)
The Siena Mattress is a very affordable memory foam mattress from the same company behind Nectar and DreamCloud. Its medium-firmness feel should suit most sleepers and we like that it has five layers of memory foam and polyfoam, with a breathable cover to help you sleep cooler at night. In our Siena Memory Foam mattress review, we said it offers excellent temperature regulation, superb edge support, and low motion transfer for a very low price. As part of its mattress sale — Siena is offering the twin for $199 (was $499), whereas the queen is $349 (was $699). You also get a 180-night trial with free shipping and returns.
Brooklyn Bedding Dreamfoam Essential Mattress: was $449 now $314 @ Brooklyn Bedding (opens in new tab)
The Dreamfoam Essential holds a spot in our best budget mattress guide for being one of the best inexpensive cooling beds you'll find. While the mattress is available in five different heights, we'd recommend looking at the 10-inch model or taller for better sleep comfort and support. Use coupon "WINTER25" to save 25%. After discount, the 10-inch twin costs $336 (was $449), whereas the 10-inch queen costs $524 (was $699).
Bear Mattress: was $748 now $523 @ Bear (opens in new tab)
The original Bear Mattress is a memory foam mattress that offers a comfortable night's sleep. The four-layer mattress removes unwanted body heat while providing pressure relief and balanced support throughout your body. It includes a 100-night risk free trial and a 10-year warranty. In our Bear Original mattress review we said its comfortable and supportive for back, stomach, and side sleepers alike. As part of its latest mattress sale, Bear is taking 30% off via our exclusive coupon "TOMS30". Plus, get two free pillows ($100 value) with any mattress purchase. After discount, the twin costs $523 (was $748), whereas the queen costs $698 (was $998).
Cocoon Chill mattress: was $769 now $474 @ Cocoon by Sealy (opens in new tab)
If you're the type of person that gets warm overnight, this is the mattress for you. While many mattresses can wick away heat, in our Cocoon Chill Mattress 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 in the middle of the night. As part of its current Sleep Week deals — the twin size is down to just $474 (was $769), whereas the queen is on sale for $774 (was $1,239). Use coupon "EXTRA25" during checkout to get these prices. Plus, you get free pillows and a sheet set with your mattress purchase.
Bear Star Hybrid Mattress: was $1,298 now $908 @ Bear (opens in new tab)
Originally just the Bear Hybrid, the Star Hybrid Mattress has a fresh new look and a new name, but still promises the same comfort, with a design that includes copper-infused foam and a coil system with individually encased springs and reinforced edges. This mattress also has a special cover that uses something called "HydroCool technology" to remain cool to the touch throughout the night. Use coupon "TOMS30" to take 30% off all sizes. After discount, the twin costs $908 (was $1,298), whereas the queen costs $1,212 (was $1,732). Plus, you'll get free pillows bundled in with your 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. In our Nolah Evolution 15 mattress review, we said its particularly good at isolating motion, which makes it a great choice for couples. Use coupon "TGNOLAH50" 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 "TGNOLAH50" as your discount. You'll then get up to $700 off plus an extra $50 off.
Brooklyn Bedding Aurora Luxe: was $999 now $749 @ Brooklyn Bedding (opens in new tab)
The Aurora Luxe holds a spot in our list of the best hybrid mattress you can buy. It's an especially great choice if you have the tendency to sleep hot and if you're picky about the firmness level of your mattress (it comes with three firmness options ranging from soft to firm). Use coupon "WINTER25" to knock 25% off sitewide. After discount, the twin is $749 (was $999), whereas the queen costs $1,405 (was $1,874).
Awara Natural Hybrid: was $1,398 now $799 @ Awara (opens in new tab)
Save up to $699: The Awara is regularly on sale and this month the maximum savings is up to $699. In our Awara Natural Hybrid Mattress review, we called the Editor's Choice bed an affordable organic mattress with a luxurious feel. We also found it was great at alleviating joint pressure and keeping your spine properly aligned while you sleep. After discount, you can get twin for $799 (was $1,398) or the queen for $1,099 (was $1,898).
Awara Organic Hybrid: was $1,398 now $799 @ Awara (opens in new tab)
Awara's naturally-sourced mattresses are $400 off for Sleep Week. Plus, you get $499 in free accessories with each mattress purchase. In our Awara Natural Hybrid mattress review, we said the Editor's Choice budget mattress offers a luxurious feel with excellent support and pressure relief for all sleeping styles. After discount, the Awara Organic Hybrid Mattress twin starts at $799 (was $1,398), whereas the queen costs $1,099 (was $1,898).
Nolah Natural 11: was $1,499 now $999 @ Nolah (opens in new tab)
The Nolah Natural is an environmentally-friendly and hypoallergenic latex hybrid mattress designed for back pain relief. The mattress holds a spot in our best organic mattress guide. Handcrafted in the USA, it packs in layers of GOTS certified organic wool that's naturally breathable and temperature-regulating. That helps the Nolah feel warm/cozy in cold weather, yet cool to the touch when the temperatures rise. Use coupon "TGNOLAH50" to take an extra $50 off. After discount, the twin costs $999 (was $1,499), whereas the queen costs $1,279 (was $1,899). During checkout, you'll need to remove the discount that's automatically added and instead add "TGNOLAH50" as your discount. You'll then get up to $700 off plus an extra $50 off.
Birch Natural Mattress: was $1,248 now $999 @ Birch (opens in new tab)
The Birch Natural Mattress has an organic cotton cover and it's made from naturally breathable wool and Talalay latex. This mattress is built to support you in every sleeping position (back, stomach, side), plus the Talalay latex means it will feel cooler while you sleep. The Birch Natural Latex offers a medium-firm feel, which should be just right for most sleepers, though if you share a bed with a restless sleeper you'd be better off with the Luxe version because it offers better motion isolation. Use code "SPRINGSALE20" to knock the twin to $999 (was $1,248) or the queen to $1,449 (was $1,811). Plus, you get two free pillows with your mattress purchase.
Brentwood Hybrid Latex Mattress: was $1,149 now $999 @ Brentwood Home (opens in new tab)
Brentwood Home is taking $150 off its hybrid latex mattresses via coupon "SLEEP". The mattress is made with natural and recycled materials and is rated as offering a medium feel. After discount, the twin costs $999 (was $1,149), whereas the queen costs $1,349 (was $1,499). It features a 1-year sleep trial and includes a 25-year warranty.
Amazon Halo Rise: was $139 now $99 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Amazon Halo Rise is a no-contact sleep tracker designed to help you improve your sleeping habits. It also doubles as an alarm clock and wake-up light. In our Amazon Halo Rise review, we called it one of the most interesting sleep tech products to ever hit the market. We also like how it integrates with existing Alexa-powered devices in your home.
Luna Adult Weighted Blanket: was $84 now $72 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
Prime member deal! The Luna Adult Weighted Blanket is on sale at its lowest price ever. Its hypoallergenic construction, breathable cover and medical-grade glass bead filling for even weight distribution were all reasons why we voted this one of the best weighted blankets. It's on sale for $76, but there's also an on-page digital coupon to save an extra 5% during checkout for a final price of $72.
Bear Mattress Protector: was $110 now $77 @ Bear (opens in new tab)
The Bear mattress protector provides a waterproof shield of protection against stains and liquid damage. As part of its current bedding sales, you can use coupon code "TOMS30" to take 30% off the mattress protector's full price. After discount, the twin size costs $53 (was $75), whereas the queen size costs $77 (was $110).
What is Sleep Awareness Week?
Sleep Awareness Week was created by The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) to highlight the importance of health through better or improved sleep. The campaign was launched in 1998 and starts with the beginning of Daylight Saving Time. During Sleep Awareness Week, the NSF shares information on how people have been sleeping the past year, while offering research-based advice on improving the quality of your sleep and your overall health.
When is Sleep Awareness Week?
Sleep Awareness Week started on Sunday, March 12 and will end on Saturday, March 18. Throughout the week, the NSF will share infographics, sleep tips, and more on a variety of health and sleep related topics. Topics may range from the benefits of napping to the best tech for a better night's sleep.
Are Sleep Week deals any good?
There are no major retail holidays during the months of March and April. So if you're looking to buy a new bed, duvet, pillow set, or bed sheets — Sleep Week deals are your best bet. While Sleep Week deals don't offer the lowest prices of the year, they're cheaper than your typical day-to-day mattress sales and can save you hundreds on our favorite beds and bedroom essentials. As a result, we recommend you wait until Sleep Week deals begin to get the most from your dollar.