Cyber Monday’s best mattress deals include up to $500 off Leesa, up to $600 off Casper, and more

Cyber Monday usually marks the last big sale of the year, and as many of us head into winter and face an unprecedented amount of time at home (and probably in bed), there’s no better time to ditch that ratty old mattress and give your bedroom the upgrade it deserves.

Black Friday held some outstanding deals, but luckily for the stragglers, they’ve mostly stuck around through Cyber Monday and even through the rest of the week.

Below are the best mattress deals we’ve found on

Cyber Monday
. Some of our favorite deals so far? Up to $600 off Casper mattresses and up to $500 off Leesa mattresses (which also come with two free down-alternative pillows). Both are synonymous with successful mattress startups and we’ve tested nearly every single mattress from both companies — you can read all about Casper here and Leesa here. They both have sales of at least 10% so there’s never a reason to pay full-price, but these discounts are the steepest we’ve seen. We don’t expect either brand to have a better sale as we head into the holiday season. 

If you’re not sure which mattress is right for you, check out our guide to the best mattresses. And be sure to also check out more Cyber Monday mattress deals here and our Cyber Monday live blog for the quickest updates on the best sales happening now.

The best Cyber Monday 2020 mattress deals:

The gel memory foam of the Nectar makes it a versatile mattress that conforms to the contours of your body to relieve pressure. The mattress is $400 off, plus, you’ll get a bunch of free accessories with your purchase: two cooling pillows, a sheet set, and a mattress protector ($399 total value).

The Brooklyn Aurora is a new luxury hybrid mattress with innovative technology to keep your body at the ideal temperature for sleeping.

 

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