If you’re shopping for a new bed, it’s a good time food you when Independence is coming. New mattress models come out every year from a growing number of retailers and manufacturers. For those who are not familiar with the terminology, materials and sales tactics, we’re often told that buying a mattress can be very confusing. There are many different beds out there and it can be difficult to cut through the marketing and identify the best beds for your money. Below is Top 5 best 4th of july mattress sale, which are great and come with a good price.
Best deal for you
The bed-in-a-box company Lull has a deal for $150 off any size mattress on its website. In our tests, the queen-size Lull mattress, $800, delivers decent support for petite and average side sleepers and average and large/tall back sleepers. And it earns an Excellent support rating for petite back sleepers. This mattress is on the firmer side, with a 6 out of 10 on our firmness scale (of 1 to 10, with 10 being the firmest). Based on the deals we’ve seen advertised so far, this is among the cheaper mattresses you’ll find marked down between now and July Fourth.
Avocado Green, a bed-in-a-box company and the maker of one of our highly rated innerspring mattresses, is offering $175 off any mattress purchase through July 8, 2019. Use the discount code ORGANIC175 on Avocado’s site. Military personnel can save an additional $50. The queen-size Avocado Green mattress, usually priced at $1,400, earns an Excellent rating in our support tests for average-sized side and back sleepers, large/tall side and back sleepers, and petite back sleepers. And it’s almost as good for petite side sleepers, making it an all-around good choice for many mattress shoppers.
Purple is offering 10 percent off all of its mattresses for the Fourth, which equates to $100 off for a queen, for a price of $900 (CR paid $1,000). Purple’s signature Purple mattress offers decent support to side and back sleepers of all sizes. It’s a fairly soft mattress, earning a 3 out of 10 on our firmness scale (with 10 being the firmest).
Tuft & Needle
If you’re interested in a Tuft & Needle mattress, you can get $150 off the company’s Mint mattress through July 7 on the company’s website. The queen-size Mint Mattress, which CR paid the full $895 price for, earns a Very Good support rating for all sleep styles and body types. It’s on the softer side of our firmness scale, earning a 4 out of 10.
This might be one of the least expensive mattresses you’ll find on sale for the Fourth of July. The Tulo Medium, currently on sale for $500 at Mattress Firm and on the Tulo website, is a winner for some but an also-ran for others. In CR’s test, the support is mixed, depending on body type and sleep style. It earns an Excellent rating, though, in our durability tests, maintaining its support after a simulated eight to 10 years of use. CR paid $650 when we purchased the mattress for our tests.