All the cheap mattress deals from our favorite bed-in-a-box brands

All the cheap mattress deals from our favorite bed-in-a-box brands

All the cheap mattress deals from our favorite bed-in-a-box brands

You can save hundreds of pounds on these leading brands right now (The Independent)

You can save hundreds of pounds on these leading brands right now (The Independent)

Chances are we could all do with a better night’s sleep, and to help you drift off easier, the IndyBest team have discovered some smart buys they now can’t sleep without – worth a read if you’re after make your bedtime routine easier and more enjoyable.

But one surefire way to get a better night’s sleep is to rethink your bed setup, and even though we’re not in a popular sales period, there are still some great discounts to be had to help you get a mattress for less.

According to the Sleep Council, you should change your mattress every seven years, so if you’re getting close to that deadline (or well past it) save more than 50 percent from Emma, ​​up to 45 percent from Simba or half price at Dreams could tempt you this month.

If you have no idea where to start, the IndyBest Mattress Buyer’s Guide is a great place to start, with expert advice on everything from choosing the right firmness to deciphering what memory foam and spring count are. And if you want to top it off, be sure to consult our guide to the best mattress toppers on the market to make sure your bedding is right too.

But if you’re here to quickly find the best deals and treat yourself before the holidays, keep reading below as we’ve scoured all the best mattress websites so you don’t have to.

The best mattress offers for August 2022 are:

  • Simba hybrid pro mattress: Was £1649, now £989.40, Simbasleep.com

  • Eve Sleep premium foam: Was £1,024, now £512, Evesleep.co.uk

  • Hypnos wool origins 6 mattress: Cost £1815, now £1049, Mattressnextday.co.uk

  • Casper hybrid mattress: Was £800, now £650, Mattressonline.co.uk

  • Simba hybrid mattress: Was £1,149, now £689.40, Simbasleep.com

  • Simba hybrid luxe mattress: Was £2,299, now £1,379.40, Simbasleep.com

  • Emma original: Was £499, now £249.50, Emma-sleep.co.uk

  • Woolroom shetland 13250 no turn mattress: Was £2,369, now £1,658.30, Thewoolroom.com

  • Otty the Otty hybrid mattress: Was £949.99, now £474.99, Otty.com

  • Happy Bed’s signature crystal mattress: Was £431.98, now £319.99, Happybeds.co.uk

Simba hybrid pro mattress: Was £1,649, now £989.40, Simbasleep.com

    (Amazon.co.uk)

(Amazon.co.uk)

Securing a place in our roundup of the best mattresses, our testers said they were “thoroughly impressed” by the Simba’s hybrid design. And right now you can save 40 percent on the top-rated design in Simba’s holiday sale. “A layer of memory foam molds to your body and holds you gently, while a layer of springs provides more thoughtful support, which saw us wake up without any pain,” they said. An ideal choice for all year round, there is a layer of wool under the surface of the mattress which has natural temperature regulating and hypoallergenic properties, meaning our tester did not overheat. They added that with its seven-layer design, it’s one of the more luxurious mattresses you can buy – meaning you won’t miss out on savings while it’s on sale.

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Eve Sleep premium foam: Was £1,024, now £512, Evesleep.co.uk

    (Eve)

(Eve)

Right now you can save up to 50 percent on Eve sleeping mattresses and bedding. The brand’s premium hybrid earned a place in our collection of the best mattresses, with our tester saying that “Eve has excelled with this amazing hybrid mattress.”

They praised the “start wash” you get from the foam, as well as the decent support underneath. “There are 1,400 full-size springs in the Eve’s premium hybrid, along with five layers of foam… the result is on the firmer side of medium, which is ideal for most people, and those with heavier builds are likely to find this the best hybrid for them,” they added. Pick it up while you still can.

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Hypnos wool origins 6 mattress, king: Was £1,815, now £1,049, Mattressnextday.co.uk

    (Hypnosis)

(Hypnosis)

“Holy comfort levels, this Hypnos mattress is incredible,” said our writer in his review of the best mattresses, in which this one took first place. It was praised for being supportive whether front, back or side sleepers, thanks to springs that work independently “to support your body and respond to movement, weight and shape”. It’s “perfect for even the fussiest of sleepers”, making it an ideal choice, especially while it’s on sale.

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Casper hybrid mattress, small double: Was £800, now £650, Mattressonline.co.uk

    (Casper)

(Casper)

In our previous guide to the best mattresses, our writer had this to say: “Combining the brand’s legendary foam with a base layer of springs, you get instant opulence, from the molding of the four layers of foam around your body, combined with extra bounce and airflow, thanks to be the pocket coil springs.”

The author was impressed before she even got it out of the vacuum pack – “how can those springs be so compressible? (Almost five years of research, is Casper’s answer.) But that was nothing compared to our excitement over the immediate comfort.” With £150 off and such a glowing review, this really is a no-brainer.

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Simba hybrid mattress, king: Was £1,149, now £689.40, Simbasleep.com

    (Simba)

(Simba)

This one came out on top in our Emma vs Simba hybrid mattress review, thanks to its perfect match for “front or side sleepers (which, let’s face it, make up the majority of sleepers).”

The temperature control also got a special mention, with our writer noting that even in the summer, “you’ll find this keeps sweat at bay, thanks to virtually every layer being designed to promote airflow and cooling – something you won’t find in mattresses made of pure foam.”

Read the full review of the Simba hybrid mattress

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Simba hybrid luxe mattress, king: Was £2,299, now £1,379.40, Simbasleep.com

    (Simba)

(Simba)

The brand claims that this, the newest mattress, is the most advanced. With 10 layers of support and comfort, including two feather layers, and a breathable topper, it’s designed to give you your best night’s sleep. Should the unlikely happen and you decide this one isn’t for you, there’s a 200-night trial on all Simba’s mattresses and the brand will collect it for free.

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Emma original, single: Was £499, now £249.50, Emma-sleep.co.uk

    (Emma)

(Emma)

If you’re looking for a single bed, this one earned a place in our review of the best children’s mattresses, with our tester identifying it as suitable for those aged three and up. “Stronger than we expected,” noted our writer, but they found that “it supports and conforms to the body immediately”. It was also found to be “one of the most breathable too” thanks to the fact “the open cell core materials provide an independent ventilation system, keeping the mattress and those sleeping on it aerated”. And at less than £250, this is surely a no-brainer.

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Woolroom shetland 13250 no turn mattress, double: Was £2,369, now £1,658.30, Thewoolroom.com

    (Woolroom)

(Woolroom)

This “wool room mattress has as much love as you can imagine,” praised our writer. The attention to detail is evident, it offers “excellent edge-to-edge support” and you can “choose the tension,” meaning “it would be good for any body type,” noted our tester. It was “probably the best mattress we tried for ‘comfort'”, so if you’re looking for something plush, this is the one to go for.

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Otty the Otty hybrid mattress, king: Was £949.99, now £474.99, Otty.com

    (Otty)

(Otty)

Featured in our review of the best mattress for back pain, this was praised by our tester for being a “great all-rounder” that has “multiple layers of support”. It “minimizes motion transfer, which is music to the ears of bed sharers of different weights and sizes”. Should you suffer from pain, pick this up while it’s half price.

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Happy Beds Signature Crystal 3000 Pocket Sprung Orthopedic Natural Fill Mattress, Double: Was £431.98, now £319.99, Happybeds.co.uk

    (Happy Beds)

(Happy Beds)

This Happy Beds mattress is another featured in our guide to the best mattress for back pain. Our writer noted that it “is a dream to sleep on – and it’s certainly one for nagging pain sufferers”. They noted that they also loved the “personal touch; enter your (and your partner’s) weight on the page and Happy Beds will recommend a firmness rating for you”.

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