Bag a bargain for your bed with our rundown of the best mattress deals this November
With a score of offers from top brands like Emma, Simba, Nectar and more, there is never a bad time to think about taking advantage of one of the best mattress deals.The online “bed-in-a-box” market is no longer the new invention it was some years ago, and getting a mattress rolled up and delivered to your home isn’t such a novelty anymore. That being said, the top brands still offer regular promotional deals, discounts and sitewide sales on their websites, and deciding where the best offers are can sometimes be confusing.
Indeed, while you’re likely to find the biggest savings during peak sales periods such as Black Friday, Christmas and Boxing Day, it’s a rare moment when all the major mattress brands aren’t offering some kind of sale. With that said, read on for our pick of the best mattress deals you can get right now.
And if you’re unsure which type of mattress is right for you, we suggest you read our mattress buying guide, which lays out the key differences between them, and what type of sleeper they’re suitable for.
The best mattress deals and discounts this November
1. Simba: Save 45% on the Hybrids
Simba is currently offering huge discounts of up to 55%, including 45% off its entire range of hybrid mattresses.
The Simba Hybrid Pro, for instance, has remained one of our all-time favourite hybrid mattresses. It’s got two layers of micro pocket springs and an upper wool layer for cooling comfort. At full price, a king would normally cost you £1,759, but now you can get it for £967.
Elsewhere in Simba’s sale, you can get 25% off pillows and duvets – bringing the Hybrid Pillow, for instance, down from £109 to £82.
2. Nectar: Save 60% on any of the brand’s mattresses
It’s true that Nectar is no longer the only brand to offer a full year-long trial period with its mattresses – offering 365 nights for you to decide whether or not it’s the right for you – but it was one of the first.
Trials aside though, you can currently save 60% on all Nectar mattresses, including the medium-firm Essential Hybrid mattress: a great value option and now just £520 in a king size. We were even pleased to award it in the value mattress category of our 2023 Product of the Year Awards. And now you can get it for 60% less – down from £1,299 to £520 in a king size.
3. Otty: Save up to 55% on hybrid mattresses
The Otty Original Hybrid is currently 45% cheaper (down from £1,200 to £660 in a king-size), while the Pure Hybrid with Bamboo and Charcoal Mattress is has been reduced from £1,300 to £715 in a king-size. A huge discount can also be had on the Aura (previously called the Essential), with a king-size down from £850 to just £383.
4. Ergoflex: Save up to 50% on the 5G Memory Foam mattress
Supportive and comfortable, like many mattresses on this list, the Ergoflex 5G excels in a few areas in particular. Firstly, its movement isolation is some of the best we’ve seen, making it perfect for those with partners who tend to toss and turn. Secondly, its mouldable memory foam is very well-suited to back sleepers, offering a comfortable base for them to settle into. Previously going for a full price of £1,055, a king-size Ergoflex 5G is just £581 – representing a massive £474 saving. Just enter code BF55 at checkout to snag this deal.
5. Emma: Save up to 65% in the sitewide sale
The versatile memory foam Emma Original, for instance, is 20% cheaper – down from £536 to £429 in a king size. With great motion isolation and support for a range of sleeping positions, it’s a particularly good choice for couples.
Alternatively, the NextGen Premium mattress, which we crowned Mattress of the Year in our 2023 Product of the Year Awards, has had its price slashed by 50%. At full price, a king size NextGen Premium Plus (which adds the brand’s ‘cooling cover’) will cost you £1,129, but now you can get this for just £565.
7. Panda: Save up to 30% sitewide
Also discounted is the brand’s Hybrid Bamboo mattress. We gave this a four-star review: it’s supportive, comfortable in a range of sleeping positions, and we particularly liked the removable and washable bamboo-infused cover. One of the things holding it back was its high price tag, but now you can get it for £973 in a king size (was £1,390).