Missed out on the Black Friday deals and didn’t take the plunge at the Boxing Day sales? Don’t worry, there are plenty of mattress deals still available. If you’re after better support for your spine, now could be a good time to replace your mattress.
To help you find the best deals we’ve, once again, rounded up the mattress discounts still available from big brands and online retailers.
Your mattress could last up to 10 years, that’s a lot of sleep to be had, so it’s vital to get the right one for you. Who wants bad sleep due to a poor mattress? No one. But that’s where we come in. Our years of mattress testing picks out the nightmares from those that will lead to sweet dreams. So read our reviews before you buy.
We test each mattress for front, side and back sleepers, and we also assess them for different body types. Plus, each mattress is put through tough durability tests, which replicate 10 years of use. And if you’re after a comfortable mattress, our unique survey of mattress owners will give you the lowdown on which ones they think are comfy, or not.
Scroll down for all the deals we’ve spotted that are still available. Or head straight to the bottom where you’ll find links to take you to the latest test reviews for the 11 mattresses we’ve just tested, from a range of top brands including Dreams, Emma, John Lewis and Next.
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Dormeo mattress deals
Dormeo says it’s current ‘biggest-ever sale’ offers up to 60% off selected mattresses across it’s website, with deals running until 1 March 20201.
You can find mattress such as the Octasmart Essentials Plush Comfort double mattress for just £299.99 down from £599.99, or the Dormeo S Plus Evolution Memory Foam Mattress reduced to £499.99 down from £999.
This innovative mattress comes with a customisable mattress core, with one side soft and one side firm in a double mattress. This means if you and your partner like different firmness of mattress, you can both pick your favourite and sleep on different sides at the same time with no need to compromise.
We’ve just tested this mattress on the softer side. Read our review of the Dormeo S Plus Evolution Memory Foam mattress to see how it faired.
Emma mattress deals
Popular bed-in-a-box brand, Emma is no stranger to a good deal. Since December, we’ve spotted four different deals ranging from 30% in the New Year sale, to 40% in two different December offers. And these come hot on the heals of Emma’s 36% Black Friday special offer.
It’s January deals ended on 25th, but currently you can get 37% off Emma mattresses to celebrate it’s birthing by using the code CELEBRATE37 that ends on 31 January.
We’ve just tested the Emma Original Hybrid double. This mattress features a core made up of 5.5cm of foam, plus a 12.5cm spring core topped with more foam. Emma says this mattress is medium firm, and our independent firmness tests confirm this.
Will this mattress support your spine adequately and will it last the test of time? Read our review of the Emma Original Hybrid double to find out.
Eve mattress deals
Eve’s winter sale ends of 1 February, but you can currently get 35% off its range of popular mattresses. This deal matches it’s Black Friday promotion, so if you missed out then, this is a good option. Mattresses on offer include the recently tested Eve Original Hybrid. At the moment you can buy it for £389, which is a saving of £130.
This hybrid mattress has a 11.5cm pocket-spring core, on top of which sits four different foam layers, including a layer of memory foam. The mattress cover, which Eve says is moisture-wicking, should prevent you getting hot and clammy.
Eve describes this mattress as the ‘Goldilocks’ – it’s neither too soft nor too firm. And that’s certainly accurate as in our own firmness tests, it ranked as a 5.4 on a scale from 1 (very firm) to 10 (very soft).
Read our full review of the Eve Original Hybrid review to see if it’s worth bagging this deal now.
Find out how mattress owners rate their brand’s mattresses for comfort in our best mattress brands survey results
Mattress Online deals
Hot on the heels of it’s Boxing Day sale, online retailer Mattress Online is currently running a January sale with some mattresses offering up to 70% off the usual retail price.
This website is no stranger to offering a range of deals and sales throughout the year, and it tells us this sale ends 31 January.
You’ll be able to find a range of mattresses reduced, including:
Memory Zone Pocket 2000 Mattress
This pocket-spring and memory foam mattress is constructed of a thick foam core, topped with a mini pocket-spring layer and then a 5cm foam layer. It also has a removeable mattress cover. It’s currently on offer for £369.95, with a saving of £580 showing at the time of writing. It’s been on offer for slightly less before, but this current price isn’t bad.
Mattress Online says this mattress is medium firmness and our independent firmness tests ranked it as 5.7 on a scale, where one is the firmest and 10 the softest, so medium with a slight nod towards the softer end of the scale and if you feel the cold during the night, this mattress is classed as a warm mattress.
But will it give your spine the support it needs when you first buy it and for years to come? Find out in our full test review of the Mattress Online Memory Zone Pocket 2000 mattress.
Silentnight Sofia 1200 Mirapocket mattress
This affordable pocket-sprung mattress from Silentnight is sold under several different names, including: Silentnight Walton 1200 Luxury Double, Silentnight Eco Comfort Pocket 1200, Silentnight Sofia Mirapocket 1200 and Mirapocket 1200 Pocket Spring Penny Deluxe. It’s currently part of the January sale with 20% off, which the site says is £110.35 off, bringing the cost down to £378.65. However, we’ve found it on sale at Silentnight for £369 and spotted it at Bensons for beds as part of a sale for £319.99.
Silentnight says the 1200 Pocket Deluxe is a medium to firm mattress. In our independent firmness tests, this mattress was rated as a four – with one being the firmest and ten the softest. This affordable mattress has been around for a while, but if you’re taller or heavier than average, read our full review of the Silentnight Classic 1200 Pocket Deluxe to see what we uncovered during testing.
Tempur mattress deals
Tempur’s Winter sale ends 2 February, with selected mattresses up to £500 off, including the Tempur Hybrid Supreme. Usual price for a double is a staggering £2,149 according to the Tempur website, but with the winter sale discount you can get it for £1,609 – if you have a bigger budget.
This hybrid mattress from Tempur has a core made up of a 10cm layer of pocket springs, with foam layers on either side and a 2cm top layer of pressure-relieving memory foam. Tempur says this is a medium mattress in terms of firmness, but in our independent firmness tests, it ranked as a seven on a scale where one is the firmest and 10 the softest.
Will spending so much get you the best mattress? Read our full Tempur Hybrid Supreme review to find out before splashing out.
Mattress deals: do I need to buy now?
Mattresses are an investment, especially if you’re spending a lot on one. Our tests have revealed that you don’t always need to buy an expensive mattress to get the best support for your back.
If you need a new mattress, but don’t have the funds right now, don’t panic. You’ll usually see a flurry of special offers and discounts as we approach Easter and the late summer Bank Holiday.
Before you buy, read our mattress reviews and compare test results to make sure you invest wisely. We can tell you if a mattress is suitable for front, side and back sleepers, whether it’s breathable and even how warm or cool a mattress will feel. Not to mention whether they will maintain their support for years to come, so you can sleep easy.
Our latest mattress reviews reveal the results for 11 different mattresses, including a range of pocket-sprung, hybrid and even a latex mattress. We’ve just uncovered three high-scoring new Best Buys. Click on the links below to take you straight to the review.
- Barker and Stonehouse Loop, £699
- Dreams feather & black Holywell 3250, £999
- Emma Original Hybrid, £949
- Jay-be Benchmark S3 Memory Responsive Support, £250
- Jay-be Benchmark S7 Tri-brid Ultimate Comfort, £340
- John Lewis SleepGreen Natural Luxury Luxe, £899
- MattressOnline Airsprung Deep Quilt 1200 Pocket Memory, £475
- Next Deluxe Plus 3000 mattress, £850
- Silentnight Now 7 Zone memory foam mattress, £309
- Silentnight Studio Eco, £389
- Slumberland Rollo Essential, £300
Prices checked January 2021. Prices may be subject to change.