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Old Yesterday, 01:59 PM
 
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In the market for a new mattress. Anyone know where the best deals are around town?
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Old Yesterday, 06:00 PM
 
Location: Taylors, SC
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In the market for a new mattress. Anyone know where the best deals are around town?

You can check Big Lots. They have good deals on them What size are you looking for? I saw some new ones on Facebook cheap. I'll see if I am able to find the link for you.
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Old Yesterday, 06:23 PM
 
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A mattress is something you don't get cheap on. Think about it. We spend a third of each day laying on a mattress. Cheap is not worth it for good sleep. Sorry, but the thought of buying a decent nights sleep from Big Lots seems odd. I have purchased from Macy's in the past. They have good sales several times a year and offer quality mattresses at a good price.
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Old Yesterday, 06:46 PM
 
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I've been really happy with my experiences at Mr. Mattress, both with price and with service.
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Old Yesterday, 07:47 PM
 
Location: Upstate
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I'm looking for a new mattress this year and am thinking outside the box and looking at beds that come in a box!

Here are two good choices: https://casper.com/ and similiar is Leesa Mattress – Leesa Sleep

Leesa vs Casper Comparison | The Mattress Nerd

Leesa Mattress Review - Centsible Life

I'm leaning towards the Leesa. The Casper is also very nice, possibly a bit firmer than Leesa. Both offer 100 day trials with free shipping both ways.
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Old Yesterday, 08:11 PM
 
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If you're looking for Tempur-Pedic style then Mattress Firm has a good selection.
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Old Today, 05:11 AM
 
Location: Upstate
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If you're looking for Tempur-Pedic style then Mattress Firm has a good selection.
From my research, Tempur-Pedic is way over priced IMO. Buying a bed is an important decision since most people spend more than a third of their lives on one.

Here is another place to help with your research: Sleep Like The Dead Is #1 In Sleep Product Research : Independent and Unbiased Mattress Reviews, Pillow Ratings and Much More
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Old Today, 09:23 AM
 
Location: Somewhere, out there
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I'm looking for a new mattress this year and am thinking outside the box and looking at beds that come in a box!

Here are two good choices: https://casper.com/ and similiar is Leesa Mattress – Leesa Sleep

Leesa vs Casper Comparison | The Mattress Nerd

Leesa Mattress Review - Centsible Life

I'm leaning towards the Leesa. The Casper is also very nice, possibly a bit firmer than Leesa. Both offer 100 day trials with free shipping both ways.

Funny, I read both of those sites last week. Trying to help the BF decide on a new bed. It's like looking at wallpaper, you think you find something you like, til you look over and...
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Old Today, 09:33 AM
 
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Funny, I read both of those sites last week. Trying to help the BF decide on a new bed. It's like looking at wallpaper, you think you find something you like, til you look over and...
The nice thing about the Casper and Leesa are the 100 day trials. Give us your review if you try them out.
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Old Today, 11:26 AM
 
Location: Somewhere, out there
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The review I read lead the writer towards Leesa. Just helping the BF look, but have been to more than enough mattress places and he still hasn't decided on anything other than it will be a memory foam.

Personally, I could never purchase a bed unless I try it out first. I currently have TP. I would probably go towards a memory foam with gel to cool at night.

Lots of places around to look, just have to do the homework and then leg work!
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