THE year's 2020 and you should no longer have to put up with a creaking old mattress.
That's why we've rounded up the best mattress deals you can get in 2020 to upgrade your bed and get you sleeping better.
In the last few years, there's been umpteen mattress companies starting up online and sending out fancy memory foam creations to your front door at a click of a button.
The downside? Top quality mattresses all-too-often come with hefty price tags that'll put you off upgrading.
But if you know where (and when) to start your mattress shopping, there's no reason you can't find a decent discount on the mattress of your dreams... see what we did there?
Below, we've rounded up the best offers we can spot on some top quality mattresses, including some exclusive offers for Sun readers.
*Prices and discounts are accurate at the time of writing. Offers are subject to change.
1. Brook and Wilde Mattresses
- Save 40 per cent on Brook and Wilde mattresses here
Brook and Wilde make some seriously comfortable sleeping gear (check out our review of the Lux mattress).
And the good news is that Sun readers can get 40 per cent off a Lux or Elite mattress by entering the code 'SunLove' at the checkout.
That means you'd save a whopping £400 off a double Elite mattress.
Although discount promotions at Brook and Wilde only apply on orders over £500.
2. Simba Mattresses
- Save 35 per cent on Simba mattresses here
Simba is apparently the world's most five-star reviewed mattress brand (and we don't disagree - check out our review of the Hybrid Pro here).
Luckily for us, they're currently offering new customers 35 per cent off their mattresses for Black Friday.
Plus each mattress comes with a 200-night trial and a 10-year guarantee. Yes, please.
3. Emma Mattresses
- Save 35 per cent on Emma mattresses with code BLACK35 here
Emma is currently running a 35 per cent off sale on everything including mattresses, pillows, and other bedding with code BLACK35.
Billing its product as the UK's 'most awarded mattress', Emma makes a triple-layered core that's designed to be supportive, comfortable, and allow heat to escape so you don't get too hot in the night.
Like most online mattress brands, Emma offers shoppers the chance to return their chosen mattress within 100-nights if they're not happy with it.
We've also reviewed the Emma Orginal and you can find our review here.
4. Eve Sleep Mattresses
- Shop Eve Sleep Mattresses here
Eve mattresses offer a great pressure-relieving, foam feel without the quick-sand sensation that plagues some foam mattresses.
Shop Eve products are quite soft, however, and ideal if you're a side-sleeper.
They're also good if you're sleeping with someone, as they come with a pretty impressive motion isolation feature.
5. Nectar Sleep Mattresses
- Shop Nectar mattresses here
Nectar Sleep's mattresses are well regarded for being both comfortable and lightweight.
They're also billed as suitable for use with all bed types, whether you've got a platform bed or a slatted base.
And, as an added bonus, you can return the Nectar mattress within 365 nights if you're not completely satisfied with it.
Right now, Nectar is running a promotion that gives customers £100 off each new mattress bought, plus two free pillows.
Find out all about that here.
6. Otty Mattresses
- Shop 45 per cent off Otty mattresses here
Otty is running a November sale that lets shoppers save up to 45% off hybrid mattresses.
And better yet, the company will also price match other mattress companies if you find a better offer elsewhere.
Not bad for a mattress that's won a series of awards as well as being a Which? Best Buy.
7. Dreams Mattresses
- Dreams Spring Saver sale - shop here
Dreams sells a huge range of mattresses and runs deals on different ranges of its mattresses throughout the year.
You can find those offers by clicking the link below.
What is the best mattress for the money?
It's hard to say what the best mattress is for the money because of the number of sales and offers that can be found at various times of the year.
And there's nothing to say that a bargain mattress from Argos won't be the best option for you.
But of the internet brands, we reckon Otty offers up the best balance of quality and affordability, especially since it will price match the other brands.
But if you find these internet-only sellers a bit pricey, check out the Hamarvik sprung mattress from Ikea.
It's a Which? Best Buy, and you can get a standard double for £129.
How much should you spend on a mattress?
A good sprung mattress doesn't have to cost much more than £150 for a double.
Memory foam mattresses tend to be a little more expensive, but you can start to find good quality doubles from £300.
Hybrid mattresses, which contain a mix of foam and springs, are more expensive still and can cost anything from £400 to £1,000 and above for a double.
Other factors to consider when you buy include the amount of trial period you'll get (most internet-only brands offer 100 nights), as well as shipping costs, which can quickly send your overall cost soaring.
Some of the online-only brands offer free delivery, such as Emma.
What are the best mattresses to buy?
We've created a mattress buying guide which you can find here for some tips about buying the perfect mattress.
Everyone likes something different though, so it's worth checking out a combination of memory foam, springs, hybrids and different varieties of firmness.
Luckily, loads of mattress-makers offer 100-night return periods, which will let you work out what mattress is the right fit for you.
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