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While you might be focused on getting deals on a smartwatch or new work-from-home desk, you might be neglecting to give yourself the gift of a good night’s sleep — something you’ll need to get through the final few weeks of this unprecedented year.
If your mattress is old and leaving your restless, it’s probably time to upgrade. Usually, mattresses can be pricey so that may have put you off on purchasing the right one. It never hurts to find a deal on one that your Google searches have led you to and that’s well-reviewed, whether it’s Casper’s cult-favorite mattresses or one of Allswell’s affordable mattresses. One of our writers reviewed Allswell’s cheapest mattress recently and gave it a big thumbs up.
Fortunately, we found the best mattress deals that are happening right now for Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2020. These deals are so good that the Sandman won’t have to pay you a visit, either.
For those of us who have been too tired lately, we found all of the mattress deals happening this Cyber Week. Lots of the prices we’re seeing are pretty on par with what brands were offering on Labor Day and Prime Day, so you know you’re getting a good deal.
Looking for new bedding?
The Black Friday, Brooklinen is offering a rare deal for 20% off sitewide with no minimum purchase. The sale excludes “Spaces” items but there are still a ton of sheet sets, towels and even fluffy robes to snag at a discount. One of our shopping editors swears by the linen hardcore bundle that comes with a matching duvet.
Be sure to check back soon as we’ll keep updating this list with deals we hear of them, and check out our full guide to Black Friday best deals while you’re at it.
Below, we’ve listed the best mattress sales (and a few bedding deals) happening this Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Take a look:
Use code TURKEY25 for 25% off almost everything until Nov. 30.
Get 30% off all mattresses and free pillows with code BF30.
The organic mattress company is offering $200 off latex mattresses with code CYBER200, $150 off on a wood bed frame with code BED150, two free pillows with a green or vegan mattress purchase with code 2FREEPILLOWS, $50 off mattress toppers with code TOP50 and 20% off all pillows with code PILLOWS20.
Get 20% off sitewide. Plus, you can get two free Cloud Pillows and a sheet set with every mattress purchase.
Select mattresses are now up to $300 off.
You can use code BLACKFRIDAY200 for $200 off and two free Eco-Rest Pillows.
Take 20% off sitewide with no minimum purchase.
Use code BLACKFRIDAY25 for 25% off sitewide and 50% off sheets until Nov. 29.
While it isn’t a mattress deal per se, we thought you should know: Buffy’s comforters are 20% off right now.
This Black Friday, get 30% off all bundles, 15% off all mattresses and 10% off pillows, bedding and more.
Save up to $200 off your mattress and get two free pillows with your purchase.
The “Black Friday Sale” is here with 50% off foam mattresses (plus, get free pillows) and 25% off hybrid mattresses (with two free pillows included).
Take up to $200 off mattresses and $300′s worth of mattress accessories this Black Friday.
Get up to $500 off mattresses and two free pillows with mattress orders.
During the “Black Friday Sale,” you can get up to 50% off top-rated mattresses.
You can get a mattress protector, sheet set and pillows with every mattress order.
Nest Bedding is offering 25% off sitewide during the “Cyber Sale.”
Take 20% off everything until Nov. 30.
Puffy is offering $300 off on mattress orders and 15% off sleep accessories during Black Friday.
For Black Friday, get up to $400 off your mattress and sleep bundle.
Get $200 off orders over $1,000 for a limited time.
Save $500 on select adjustable mattress sets and 30% off the company’s Cloud mattress.
Now, you can get 20% off sitewide until Nov. 29.
Now, you can get $300 off any mattress with code BF300.
During the “Black Friday Sale,” you can take $150 off any mattress with code BF150.
This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.