Investing in a new mattress can come at a cost, which is why we’ve decided to round up the best mattress sales on for September so that you can upgrade for less. Because everyone is feeling the crunch right now, and everyone deserves a good night’s sleep. We’ve found mattress discounts with up to 57 per cent off – those are some BIG savings. From some of the best brands too, like Simba, Emma and Eve, as well as affordable options from John Lewis, IKEA and Wayfair.
No matter your budget, buying the best mattress is a worthwhile investment. It’ll last you seven years, or even longer, and give you a good night’s rest. Getting essential shuteye is important for our physical and mental well-being, so spending on comfort and support shouldn’t be considered a luxury.
Scroll to see how you can save on your next big buy. But don’t snooze on these offers, because they might not be here when you wake up tomorrow…
The best mattress deals this month
Latest mattress sales
If none of those appeal, check out this list of familiar retailers and other brands who are also offering deals:
- Amazon: (opens in new tab) shop for cheap mattresses and mattress deals
- Argos: (opens in new tab) shop for beds and mattresses delivered last minute
- Bensons for Beds: (opens in new tab) spotted savings up to 50% off, and further discounts
- Dreams: (opens in new tab) shop mattresses with prices from £79
- Furniture Village: (opens in new tab) Deep discounts on sale, plus an extra 10% off clearance
- Happybeds: (opens in new tab) shop big savings up to 55% off across a selection of top quality mattresses
- John Lewis & Partners (opens in new tab): shop for your favourite brands (+ price matching)
- Mattress Online: (opens in new tab) shop for up to 50% off + free next day delivery
- Mattress Man: (opens in new tab) find savings from top-name brands
- Wayfair: (opens in new tab) shop their mattress sale to save hundreds-of-pounds
Mattress deals: our top picks
Below we have listed our top mattress deals which we think you’ll be interested to hear about.
5 of the best cheap mattress you can buy
This is our edit of the best cheap mattress deals which are live today. We’ve selected some options from your (and our) favourite retailers which all come highly recommended, and within a small budget.
The best cheap mattresses under £300
We all love and trust IKEA so this mattress will not disappoint. There’s nothing particular special about it, however, but it’s a resilient mattress which absorbs the movements of your body as you sleep giving you all-over support and welcomed relief from any aches when you need it.
This option comes with a 90-day trial period so you can ensure it is the right mattress for you, and you can also sleep with confidence should anything happen to it through no fault of your own with the 25 year guarantee which backs it.
This mattress speaks of luxury, but does not come with the luxury (expensive) price tag. As the name suggests, this mattress from Happy Beds has been hand crafted using a fair amount of cashmere. The material is known to be several times more insulating than the likes of wool and is naturally cosy.
You’ll also find comfort nestled in to the thick layers of body contouring memory foam and supportive reflex foam. Plus 3000 individually nested, miniature springs to provide you with enough support to help you sleep through the night like a dream.
With up to 952 springs, this Silentnight mattress has every you need for a decent night’s sleep for the fraction of the price when compared to many other mattresses on the market. It features the patented Silentnight Miracoil spring system for zoned support where your body needs it the most. And the head-to-toe spring construction means that motion transfer is fairly limited so you won’t be disturbed during the night when your partner rolls over.
This mattress arrives rolled so you can easily move it around the home and up the stairs. It’s a top choice for orthopaedic support thanks to its 30mm of memory foam and 170mm of reflex foam. Being part of the Touch range, it also features a seven zoned quilted stretch knit cover for added padding, style and convenience. Lovely. And conveniently, this mattress requires no turning and has a removable cover so it’s super easy to maintain, too.
An upgrade on one of the bestselling Dreams mattresses – the Franklin – this mattress offers a good level of comfort. With 192 traditional springs and a memory foam layer, the Conroy provides an even support over the entire sleeping area which moulds to your body for the ultimate comfort. It’s finished in a soft-touch micro quilted knitted cover to add a final touch of comfort and cosiness to one side so, just rotate this one (don’t flip it).
Mattress accessory deals
Mattress topper deals
It’s a smart idea, that if you’re buying a new mattress, to also buy a topper with it. Not only does a mattress topper supplement the comfort of your mattress, but it can also add support to a mattress that may be too soft or firm for your liking.
Read our best mattress toppers guide or see below for the best ones and their cheapest prices.
Mattress protector deals
Along with your new mattress purchase, you’re going to want to add a mattress protector to your basket, too. After all, there’s no point in forking out lots of money on an expensive, luxury mattress if you’re not going to protect it, right? A mattress protector is an item of removable bedding which simply just sits on top of your mattress to protect it from spillages or stains and also allergens and irritants like bed bugs, mould or dead skin.
Find our pick of the best mattress protector, or scroll to shop the best four and where to buy them from.