Mid-February is an excellent time to shop for a new mattress. That's partially due to the influx of Presidents Day mattress sales we see in the lead up to the holiday.
For instance, right now you can get the Serta iComfort Mattress (queen) for just $1,099. That's $200 off and one of the best mattress deals we've seen from Serta all year. Like all Serta mattresses, it includes a generous 120-day trial and a 10-year warranty.
Serta iComfort Mattress: was $1,299 now $1,099 @ Serta
Serta is taking up to $400 off its line of iComfort mattresses. If you're shopping for an affordable mattress that won't make you overheat, the base model (CF1000) is an excellent option. It comes with a generous 120-day trial and a 10-year warranty. The twin is on sale for $609 (was $809), whereas the queen costs $1,099 (was $1,299).
The iComfort by Serta is designed to keep the warmest sleepers cool while providing plenty of back support. It's made with Serta's Carbon Fiber Memory Foam to channel heat away from your body. Meanwhile, the mattress' Gel Active Max Foam helps promote airflow.
If you're a particularly warm sleeper, you'll want to upgrade to the Max Cooling mattress (CF3000), which adds a Max Cold Cover that offers a cool-to-the-touch sensation.
For more tips on picking the right mattress, make sure to check out our guide to the best mattress manufacturers and models of 2021.
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