Your Five Most Popular Online Mattress Options

Even if you’re on a budget, it pays to invest in a high-quality mattress. Why? You’ll be laying on it a lot. Eight hours every day, in fact. So, invest in a good night’s sleep and a healthy back: get a mattress that you really like.

Like much in life, mattress shopping has migrated online. While your parents went to a department store and lay in bed after bed, you can choose your mattress with a click of the mouse, from the comfort of your home.

How will you know which mattress to choose? Online reviews can help, as does the common trial period companies allow, letting you test your new purchase for weeks before making a final decision.

Here’s the lowdown on five of the best online mattress options:

DreamCloud

The pitch: A luxury mattress with high-quality materials, sold at below-luxury prices. The mattress has a cashmere topper and 5 comfort zones. Purchase comes with white glove delivery, set-up and old mattress removal.

Price of a Full-Size Bed: $1,199

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Style: 8 layers, including gel-infused memory foam and “Best Rest” coils

Return Policy: A 365-night trial, with free returns

Warranty: Lifetime

Casper

The pitch: Probably the most famous online mattress company with a permanent brick-and-mortar store in NYC, countless ads and investment from Target.

Price of a Full-Size Bed: $500 – $1,695

Style: Layers of Foam

Return Policy: A 100-night trial, with free returns

Warranty: 10-year

Leesa

The pitch: The mattresses adapt to all body and sleep styles, offering a cooling top layer and contouring to the body. Available to try in 100 West Elm locations.

Price of a Full-Size Bed: $855 – $1,295

Style: Foam (Leesa Mattress) or Foam/Coil Hybrid (Sapira Mattress)

Return Policy: A 100-night trial, with free returns ($100 returns in Alaska and Hawaii)

Warranty: 10-year

Tuft & Needle

The pitch: The company competes on price with the other major sellers, while still providing quality.

Price of a Full-Size Bed: $475 – $795

Style: Foam

Return Policy: A 100-night trial, with free returns (Shipping costs not covered in Alaska and Hawaii)

Warranty: 10-year

Purple

The pitch: A science-based way to build the perfect mattress. This is the company with the “raw egg test” advertisements you may have seen on the internet.

Price of a Full-Size Bed: $899 – $2,699

Style: A patented comfort-grid system, upgrades include a layer of coils

Return Policy: A 100-night trial, with free returns (Alaska and Hawaii excluded)

Warranty: 10-year

For each of these companies, once you’ve decided you want to make a purchase, look online for discounts and deals. They’re often possible to find and can help you lower the cost of your new mattress. Happy hunting!

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