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Best Black Friday mattress deals: the best mattress 2019 offers revealed

The best mattress deals to be found this Black Friday

Best Black Friday mattress deals: the best mattress 2019 offers revealed
Rachel Ogden

A new mattress may not be the most exciting purchase. In fact, we're pretty sure that when you hand over your cash or your bank details for your next one you'll be wondering whether it's really worth it. Of course, the night time then rolls around and you realise you'd have paid double for the soft, cosy, supportive feel of a brand new sleep experience.

Although that may sound dreamy, finding the best mattress for you does mean weighing up a lot of different choices. For example, do you need to opt for pocket strung? Foam? Hybrid? There are a lot of choices out there – as well as a lot of bold marketing claims.

UPDATE:We've updated this guide (and will keep it updated) with the best Black Friday mattress deals we have seen so far. Grab a massive mattress bargain this Black Friday by checking out the deals below - and if none of them take your fancy, we have listed our favourite mattresses below anyway. It's also worth keeping an eye on our best Black Friday deals guide too whether you're looking to grab a bargain on everything from new tech to discounted alcohol.

Whatever your mattress choice, an upgrade is bound to result in a better night’s sleep, plus, if you invest in one with good support, you'll have fewer aches and pains in the morning. Given the rise of box-fresh designs delivered straight to your door, there’s also no excuse not to upgrade because it's a hassle - now it really doesn't have to be.

That said, the market is crowded. You’ll find everything from those made of natural materials (ideal for regulating your temperature as you slumber) to memory foam marvels. Often touted as a recent innovation, memory foam was actually developed in 1966 for NASA, before making its way into mattresses in the 1980s.

Memory foam is supremely squishy and comfy, but as it retains heat well, it may not suit sleepers who like to stay cool, as well as those who may needed a firmer mattress to keep their back ache-free. With that in mind, head to our list below and choose a new bedfellow. Listed prices are for standard doubles.

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Silentnight 7 Zone Memory Foam Rolled Mattress (King)
£159.99
Save £169 when you buy this memory foam mattress. It will be delivered vacuum-packed and rolled so no need to worry about maneuvering it up stairs or through doorways. And, it is Allergy UK approved because it has a natural solution called Purotex on it to eliminate any dust mites.
View now at Amazon
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Ultimate Simba Hybrid Bundle (Double)
£720.64
Save over £400 when you buy this Simba Hybrid bundle. Made up of a hybrid mattress, hybrid duvet, 2 hybrid pillows and a mattress protector, it is the complete bed collection for anyone who has recently moved house or whose bed needs a bit of an update.
Buy now at Simba Sleep
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Simba Hybrid Pillow Bundle (Double)
£720.64
Save over £300 when you buy the Simba Hybrid Mattress with 2 hybrid pillows and a mattress protector. The pillows have ‘space-inspired’ temperature regulation and adjustable height and firmness, while the Hybrid Mattress combines foam and springs to make a mattress that is ‘the best of both worlds’.
Buy now at Simba Sleep
Simba Hybrid Mattress Essential (Double)
£449.00
You get get 25% off a Simba mattress today on Amazon. It uses three densities of foam and an army of pocket springs to conform to your body. More springs than the eve rival, but it costs a bit more too. Check your balance, take your pick.
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Silentnight 3 Zone Memory Foam Rolled Mattress
£154.99
There have been a number of mattress deals - they have mostly been from the plucky upstarts that have entered the fray. This is from Silentlight, is one of the more traditional mattress makers that uses Memory Foam to make sure that you get a good night’s sleep. Having 20% off is nothing to be sniffed at.
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Silentnight 3
£164.99
Comes with a 3-year guarantee - this Silentnight 3-zoned support system is said to alleviate pressure across your shoulders, hips and lower back. The mattress is topped with Memory Foam.
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naturalex EXTRAFRESH
£205.99
Given the RRP was over £1.000, this is a stunning deal on this mattress. It offers Memory Foam depth of 30cm, is King Size (5ft 150x200cm) and has gel micro-capsules that help with temperature control.
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Yaheetech double mattress
£119.99
The Yaheetech is a 4ft6 Double Mattress that is made from Memory Foam and is 9-zone pocket sprung.
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EVERGREENWEB mattress
£228.99
We can't vouch for the brand but this King Size Mattress measures 5' x 6'6" and you also get a 2 Pack of Memory Foam Pillows. Its body molding comfort has been recommended by chiropractors and doctors alike.
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Leesa Luxury Hybrid (Double)
£849 (was £1150)
Save over £300 when you buy this pocket sprung mattress. The Leesa Luxury Hybrid is a combination of three layers - a comfort foam layer, a second memory foam layer and a final bottom layer of pocket springs. There’s a 10-year warranty, delivery is free and should arrive within 1-5 business days.
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Leesa Mattress (Single)
£399 (was £650)
The Leesa Mattress is a premium foam mattress designed to feel incredible whether you sleep on your back, side or front. It’s dense foam base is covered in a layer of memory foam before an additional layer of ‘cooling’ foam is added. Now only £349, thanks to a huge £100 discount.
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Leesa Mattress (King)
£399 (was £650)
This award-winning multi-layer foam mattress is now just £499. Made with three different types of foam, the Leesa mattress is ideal for all kinds of sleepers, and has minimal motion transfer (so you won’t be woken up when your partner is constantly turning over). On a practical note, the delivery is free and there’s a 10-year warranty, too.
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eve Sleep Hybrid Memory Foam and Spring
£482.99
Save £159 on one of the trendiest mattresses of them all. A king size with our favourite composition combo: springs topped with foam. This Amazon Deal of the Day is available on 22 November only, but may reappear if we're lucky.
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1. The Nectar Memory Foam

£249.00
View now at Nectar

While most mattresses offer 100-night trials, Nectar goes one better. Not only do you have a whole year to decide if it’s for you, there’s a ‘forever’ warranty, so any worries about sagging can quite literally be put to bed. Service aside, it’s a well-designed product, with a quilted memory foam cooling cover to whisk away excess body heat, two types of memory foam and a non-slip base. Users describe its support as medium firm, making it best for front or back sleepers rather than side snoozers.

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2. Eve Original

From £399.00
View now at Eve Sleep

If a restless sleeper turns your mattress into something more like a trampoline, Eve’s Original design could be for you. Its memory foam isolates movement to reduce motion transfer, with three layers of foam to support your body whether you’re a side, front or back sleeper. The top one is probably the most important. Rather than traditional memory foam, it’s a springy foam that helps to keep you cool. A final thoughtful touch is the non-slip coating so your mattress stays firmly on your bed base.

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3. Casper Hybrid

£800.00
View now at Casper

Mattress company Casper has three different styles on offer: The Casper, The Essential and The Hybrid. The Casper has memory foam, The Essential doesn't, but is super comfy anyway, and The Hybrid offers a super supportive mixture of the two.

It's got Casper's signature foam, which is known for being particularly pressure-relieving, as well as an added layer of high-quality springs. That's a good balance because you have bounce and support – which is great for anyone with back pain, as well as those who prefer to sleep on their side.


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4. Loaf Muffin Top

£745.00
View now at Loaf

With a name like Muffin Top, how could this handmade pillow-top mattress ever disappoint? Its built-in topper is made from natural latex for squidgy-ness without the sweat, while underneath it’s filled with wool and cotton to help regulate your body temperature. There are also individual pocket springs for plenty of support. One final reason to love it is the 100-night trial. Like so many beds in a box, you can give it a go without the big commitment.

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5. Naturalmat Superb

From £985.00
View now at Naturalmat

Stuffed with organic lambswool, the Superb is Naturalmat’s most popular mattress. At its heart are hand-nested pocket springs in cotton pockets, tensioned to create soft, medium or firm comfort, surrounded by natural latex. This itself is made from tapped tree sap filled with tiny air bubbles so the mattress remains breathable yet supportive. The finishing touch is a hypoallergenic cotton cover to ward away dust mites, mosquitos and moths – so you can slumber sneeze and scratch-free.

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6. Simba Hybrid

£749.00
View now at Simba

Foam-based mattresses are usually just that – a giant sandwich of foam – but this hybrid design differs. As well as five layers, it features 2,500 conical pocket springs to balance the sinky nature of foam with the support of springs. The springs also help ensure it feels as firm whether you’re lying at the edge or in the middle – great if you sleep next to a wriggler. On top, you’ll find a cooling layer to prevent warmer sleepers from overheating and a zip-off, washable hypoallergenic cover.

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7. Sealy Activ Pocket Memory 2400

£449.00
View now at Sealy

Sealy isn't the only manufacturer to associate good sleep with wellness but there’s no mistaking it’s at the heart of the Activsleep range. The Activ Pocket Memory 2400 incorporates everything you’d expect from a mattress designed to help you have a more restful night – memory foam plus pocket springs and mini springs for comfort, ‘smart’ fibres to prevent overheating and an anti-allergy ingredient called Purotex. As it’s hand-tufted, it may not suit those who like the softer things in life, but otherwise it’s a good all-rounder.

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8. Harrison Spinks Somnus Legacy Apsley 14,500

From £2119.00
View now at Harrion Spinks

For those who feel that at least a third of their lives should be spent in well-sprung comfort, the Apsley delivers. Not only is it home to 12,000 ‘intelligent’ pocket springs that help to distribute weight when compressed – then ping back to their original height so you need never flip your mattress – it’s made with lots of lovely natural materials. Inside, it’s stuffed with sustainable Wensleydale wool for temperature control, as well as natural latex that moulds like memory foam but stays breathable.

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9. Tempur Hybrid Elite

From £1379.00
View now at Tempur

It might feature the same ingredients as other hybrids (memory foam and pocket springs) but the Tempur version does it rather better, feeling distinctly luxurious and slightly more supportive thanks to its micro coils. Where the Elite scores a real win for convenience is in its QuickRefresh cover, which zips off the top, so you can wash it without having to remove the bottom section. If you’re a back pain sufferer looking to be cradled to sleep, we can safely say the search is over.

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10. Bensons iGel Orion Platinum

£879.99
View now at Bensons

Gel – not just for hair and nails, but also mattresses. The clever iGel crystals in this medium-firm design work to keep you at the right temperature, absorbing excess heat when you’re too hot, and releasing stored heat to warm you up. And just like memory foam, the iGel helps to ease the pressure points that lead to aches. However, the main support comes from 2500 pocket springs encased in foam, meaning that even if you toss and turn, you’ll find a comfy spot.

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11. Casper Essential

£400.00
View now at Amazon

Casper describes its products as ‘obsessively engineered’ and given the Essential was deemed "best boxed" by Which? this year, it’s a pretty believable claim. More affordable and slightly firmer than the original, it features the same foam construction but without the memory foam on top. Instead, you’ll find two layers, firm on the bottom, soft on top, all in a washable cover that zips off. It’s better for lightweight sleepers and those who dislike the sinky feeling of memory foam but still want softness.

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