You spend 1/4 to 1/3 of your life on your mattress. It’s probably worth getting a good one.
Sleep is vitally important for your health. Good sleep improves your life in many ways.
Those are topics for other posts, obviously. I just wanted to remind you why the mattress purchase shouldn’t be a careless buying decision.
But most people don’t know where to get a good, cheap mattress.
How do I know that? There’s still a ton of mattress stores that aren’t out of business.
They overcharge for the mattress to pay for their showroom and high-pressure sales people’s salaries.
So you have two really good options:
Option 1 – Buy from Amazon
This is perfect for the person who would spend $400-$1200 on a mattress at Mattress King.
Because buying on Amazon means you aren’t paying for a salesperson’s salary or a showroom, you get a higher quality mattress for less money.
Like me: I spent the most of the last 4 years on a memory foam queen mattress from Amazon.com for under $300. It was amazing. Spend that couple extra hundred bucks however you please. Pay off your debt. Get a massage pillow and foot massager. Get Amazon Prime for free shipping, movies, music and more!
Option 2 – Buy a Casper mattress
This is for the people looking for super high quality. People who want a top of the line mattress and are willing to spend north of $2000 for great sleep.
Get the highest quality for way less. Buy a Casper mattress. Save a couple grand. Pay your mortgage. Get a new laptop. Upgrade your wardrobe and give your old stuff to charity. Get a tax deduction. Use the tax savings to buy nice liquor and host a dinner party to cheer everyone up following another depressing tax day.
Casper’s queen mattress is only $850. King is $950. It would be $3000, at least, on a mattress store floor.