The 36 Best July 4th Mattress Sales: Save on Your Favorite Brands Including Sealy, Saatva, Brooklyn Bedding and More

If sleeping through the night feels like a thing of the past for you, dimming the lights and putting on a white noise machine might not be enough. It could be time to upgrade your mattress. Most mattresses last an average of six to 10 years, according to sleep experts. However, many people wait longer than that before replacing their mattresses because of the price of these big-ticket items. That’s where we come in. With some brands already starting early Fourth of July sales, we’ve compiled a list of the best Fourth of July mattress deals at our favorite, top-rated mattress brands to help get you a better sleep at a lower price. 

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If you need help choosing the best mattress for you, look through our comprehensive guide explaining how to buy a mattress online, as well as our lists of the best mattresses you can buy online and the best affordable mattresses. If you’re in the market for a pillow or new sheets, we’ve got recommendations for those essential items, too. Keep reading to find the best mattress deals available right now, and check back often because we keep this article up to date with the latest sales events, deals and perks. 

Best mattress on sale overall

Our top pick for the best mattress of the year, the Signature Hybrid mattress from Brooklyn Bedding is a steal for the current discount of $400 off. Available in soft, medium and firm options, this bed is sure to be a crowd pleaser, whether you just want a cheap, comfortable bed or are a couple with differing ideas of comfort.

Best mattress on sale for side sleepers

Side sleepers may need a little more pressure relief, and this dual-sided hybrid mattress from Layla offers an airy, cooling foam mattress with two firmness levels — all you have to do is flip the bed over. While Layla’s Hybrid Mattress isn’t the most affordable option at its MSRP of almost $1,700 for a queen size, the brand’s July Fourth sale brings the price down to a more feasible $1,499.

Best cooling mattress on sale

As the summer weather hits, hot sleepers can find a much-needed reprieve with Brooklyn Bedding’s Aurora Luxe Cooling mattress, one of the best mattresses you can buy. With three firmness levels and a pillowtop option, you don’t have to trade comfort for cooling. And the brand’s current sitewide sale will earn you up to $680 off this model.

Best firm mattress on sale

For those who prefer more firm support throughout the night, you can snag the Saatva Classic for $300 less right now. While expensive, the mattress comes with white glove delivery, a durable dual-coil design and a plush resort-quality pillow top.

Best July 4th mattress deals

Nectar mattress review and Nectar Premier review.

Helix mattress review. 

Brooklyn Bedding‘s current sale can save you 30% off everything it sells, including the best overall mattress, the Signature Hybrid, and our favorite cooling mattress, the Aurora Luxe — both of which are hundreds of dollars off. Use code JULY30 through July 10 to save.

Saatva Classic is $300 off, knocking the price down from $2,095 to $1,795. The pricier Saatva Rx, which is great for those who experience back pain, is priced at up to $400 off.

DreamCloud mattress review.

Tuft & Needle has early Fourth of July sales, including 20% off mattresses and 15% off select bedding and accessories. With the discount, prices for the Essential T&N Original start at just $516.

Layla Hybrid Mattress, at $200 off.

See more info about the Original bed in our Layla mattress review.

Bear Original (AKA the best all-foam mattress) is only $649 down from $998.

Amerisleep mattress review.

Avocado mattress review.

Big Fig Mattress down from $1,899 to $1,399.

our favorite organic, hybrid mattress, which you can have for up to $562 off. Make sure you use the code JULY25 to get the deal.

Casper Snow Max, is a whopping $1,300 off.

Check out our review of the Casper mattress.

kids mattress which starts at about $400 with the discount.

Cocoon Chill Mattress, for almost $400 off.

our favorite cooling mattress for couples that’s up to $990 off.

Read more in our full Leesa mattress review.

Emma Hybrid Comfort.

the brand’s original mattress is up to $680 off.

Plus, get an additional 10% off (for a total of 55% off) on a second mattress when you buy two or more. Use discount code DBLCXKP to get the extra savings. 

Nolah is offering 35% off select mattresses and two free pillows as well. If you’re on the lookout for an organic mattress, Nolah’s 11-inch Natural mattress is a whopping $735 off.

Puffy is offering hundreds of dollars in savings with code JULY4THSALE. Each mattress purchase includes a free gift of two pillows, a mattress protector and a sheet set. The brand’s Puffy CLOUD Mattress is a good place to start at up to $1,350 off.

Purple mattress review and our Purple Hybrid mattress review.

Twighlight Hybrid Mattress is up to $680 off.

Titan Plus, usually priced at about $1,250, is only $874 during the sale.

namesake mattress starts at just $449, thanks to the sale.

Zoma Boost, which is more than $400 off.

Molecule 2 AirTEC Mattress during the brand’s July Fourth sale. A couple other select mattresses are 40% off in addition to a comforter, percale sheets, pillowcases and more. You can even score 30% off pet beds to pamper your pup.

Zinus Green Tea Mattress. In addition, select items like bases, pet steps and more are discounted as much as 25%. 

Sparrow Signature Hybrid, is marked down from $2,132 to $1,599 in the queen size.

July 4th mattress sales compared

Mattress Sale Original price Sale price
Nectar Mattress Up to 40% off $1,099 $649
Helix Midnight 30% off + two free pillows $1,332 $999
Brooklyn Bedding Signature 30% off sitewide $1,332 $932
Saatva Classic Up to $600 off orders starting at $1,000 $2,095 $1,795
DreamCloud Up to 50% off $1,332 $665
Layla Memory Foam Up to $200 off + two free pillows $1,099 $949
Bear Original Up to 40% off mattresses $998 $649
Casper One 35% off sitewide $1,245 $870
Purple Save up to $800 on mattresses + base $1,499 $1,399

How we test mattresses

Our CNET sleep team has been testing mattresses for years. With over 200 mattresses collectively under our belts, we’ve established testing methods we put each bed through to assess key performance factors like firmness, motion isolation, edge support and construction. 

We use the data we gather to recommend the best mattress for different body types, sleeper styles and health considerations. 

With our extensive testing experience and mattress knowledge, we can also tell the difference between a good mattress sale and one you can skip.

Factors to consider when choosing a mattress 

With sales like these, spring is always a good time to think about upgrading to a new mattress. Some of the best mattress brands like Brooklyn Bedding and Leesa offer big discounts on popular beds. When everything is on sale, it’s easy to go with the best mattress deal, but that might not be the right bed for you. Yes, you should consider sales, but there are a few other key factors to consider when shopping for your next mattress.


One of the most important things to think about is the firmness you need for comfortable sleep. 

  • Side sleepers need a soft to medium mattress that will provide plenty of cushion along the pressure points of the shoulders, hips and knees. 
  • Back and stomach sleepers generally want a medium to firm mattress that promotes natural spinal alignment. You don’t have to get the firmest mattress, but you want to ensure you have the support you need. 
  • Combination sleepers have the most flexibility in what they choose. It’s a good idea to choose a firmness based on the position you spend the most time in. 

Body type

Your body type will help you decide what bed type and firmness to choose. Generally, we recommend that people over 230 pounds skip all-foam options and choose a hybrid mattress with a supportive steel coil base. 

Petite body types will put the least pressure on the mattress, meaning a bed will feel firmer to them than the average person. People over 230 pounds will experience the opposite: Beds will feel softer. 


The average online mattress will cost between $800 and $1,200, although prices can go as low as $200 and well over $3,000. With so many mattresses out there, defining your budget will go a long way in narrowing your options. 

When should I upgrade my mattress?

If you can’t recall how long you’ve had your mattress, then it’s probably time for an upgrade. Experts recommend you replace your mattress roughly every six to 10 years for the best results and not just flip your mattress. Whether you’re looking for a mattress deal on a pressure-relieving memory foam model, an all-natural hypoallergenic latex model, a super comfy hybrid mattress or a customizable adjustable mattress set, the above roundup has got you covered. 

If you’re ready to take advantage of the tons of amazing mattress deals currently available but aren’t sure which mattress type is right for you, most online mattress companies offer an at-home sleep trial lasting from a few months up to a full year. If you’re unhappy with your purchase, you can get a full refund and have the company collect the mattress from your home. You can’t go wrong, and hopefully, you get a much better night’s sleep.

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