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Tired of waking up with aches and pains every morning and feeling fatigued when you got a full eight hours of shut-eye the night before? The problem might be your bed. Luckily, Labor Day mattress sales are already getting underway, and you can get some of the biggest savings of the season at Leesa.
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From now through Monday, September 14, you can save up to $400 on mattresses during the store’s massive Labor Day Sale. That’s $100 to $200 off the Leesa Original; up to $300 off the Leesa Hybrid; and up to $400 off the Leesa Legend. All discounts are automatically applied at checkout—no promo code needed—and every order is eligible for free, no-contact delivery.
After testing the best mattresses in a box, we determined that the Leesa Hybrid, which normally starts at $999 and is currently marked down as low $849, is, bar none, the most incredible upgrade you can buy. While the Nectar mattress (from $699) was our choice for the top overall pick based on comfort and affordability, the Hybrid was a big favorite—arguably, it gave the better night’s rest, too.
You can chalk it up to the mattress’s construction: The top layer is made of hole-punched cooling foam, while the second layer is completely comprised of durable pocket springs. While the cooling foam is intended to help wick away sweat and other moisture as you snooze, we found that it can retain some heat, although it ultimately wasn’t an issue for our test sleeper. The coils, meanwhile—which are wrapped in quilted fabric—help make this soft bed feel buoyant but supportive. If you’ve been on the fence about whether to ditch your old spring mattress for a memory foam one, this bed in particular could be great, since you’ll be getting the best of both worlds.
But that’s not the only worthwhile bedding to consider during this early Labor Day sale. Side sleepers, in particular, might relish the ultra-softness of the Legend mattress, on sale from $1,449 (regularly $1,699) which is comparable to the Hybrid, except it comes with two layers of springs instead of one to help deliver additional hip and shoulder support for folks as they catch a few winks.
The most affordable offering—the Original—could make for a great first mattress for college graduates or anyone setting into their first apartment. With prices as low as $599 (normally $699), the Original is an all-foam mattress, so it doesn’t have any of the added coil support you’d find in the Hybrid or Legend, respectively. Nevertheless, those who prefer the body-molding comfort of a pure foam bed may relish the way this option will hug curves and potentially relieve back and hip pressure.
Still unsure which mattress to buy? Thanks to Leesa’s 100-night guarantee, you can sleep on any of them risk-free and return them if you don’t like it for your money back, allowing you to snooze with no added stress. Each mattress also comes with a 10-year warranty, so if you run into any issues after that 100-night guarantee, the company’s got you covered there, too.
Prices were accurate at the time this article was published but may change over time.
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