The Super Bowl of mattress sales happens on the 4th of July—these are all the best deals

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You (and your wallet) can rest easy. (Photo: Allswell)
You (and your wallet) can rest easy. (Photo: Allswell)

Is your mattress more of a nightmare than a dream? Whether it’s gotten lumpy, flat or just isn’t as comfortable as it once was, there’s no better time to grab a new one.

If you’re looking to save some cash, this weekend is like the Super Bowl of mattress sales. “There are a lot of mattress and bedding sales right now,” shopping expert Trae Bodge shares with Yahoo Life.

And shopping for a mattress online just makes sense—especially these days, with social distancing and some stores not yet re-opening. Most online mattress companies have liberal return policies, so the process is super-easy. There are tons of options to check out, including Casper, Bear, Purple, Nectar, Leesa, Tempur-Pedic and more.

Whether it’s memory foam, spring or a hybrid you’re seeking, you can get a high-quality mattress that you’ll look forward to lounging on each and every night.

Check out the best 4th of July mattress deals below:

Casper

Support, cooling and one of the biggest names in mattresses, all rolled in one. (Photo: Casper)
Support, cooling and one of the biggest names in mattresses, all rolled in one. (Photo: Casper)

There’s a reason Casper is one of the most widely recognized names in mattresses — they’re that good. Each of Casper’s three mattresses features at least one cooling layer, a foam or hybrid base and contains up to 121 recycled bottles. You’ll get free, no-contact delivery, too.

In an ultra-rare move, Casper is offering 10 percent off site-wide and 15 percent off all mattresses through July 6.

Shop it: Original Mattress (Queen), $986 (was $1,095), casper.com

Shop it: Nova Hybrid Mattress (Queen), $1,796 (was $1,995), casper.com

Shop it: Wave Hybrid Mattress (Queen), $2,336 (was $2,595), casper.com

Bear Mattress

Can't stay cool throughout the night? Try this mattress. (Photo: Bear Mattress)
Can't stay cool throughout the night? Try this mattress. (Photo: Bear Mattress)

Like to stay active? Try the Bear Mattress — it’s specifically designed to restore tired, achy muscles. The brand makes three versions of the bestselling design: the Original, the Bear Pro, and the Bear Hybrid. Prefer a hotel-like feel? Try the Hybrid. Conscious about price? Go for the Original. And if you’re an athlete, the Hybrid is a winner. All mattresses are proudly made in the USA with plush memory foam.

From now through July 5, score 20 perfect off site-wide with code JULY20, plus get two free cloud pillows with the purchase of a mattress or bundle.

Shop it: Bear Mattress (Queen), $640 (was $800), bearmattress.com

Shop it: Bear Pro (Queen), $872 (was $1,090), bearmattress.com

Shop it: Bear Hybrid (Queen), $1,112 (was $1,390), bearmattress.com

Saatva

Cloud or mattress? We can't tell. (Photo: Saatva)
Cloud or mattress? We can't tell. (Photo: Saatva)

Back problems are no match for this baby. With the Saatva mattress, you can select your preferred level of firmness and mattress height, plus rest easy knowing that no matter what you choose, it’s engineered to be easy on your back. The Congress of Chiropractic State Associations even awarded the brand its seal of approval. Thanks to a hybrid of coils and memory foam, the Saatva is a great choice for those with back issues.

Sale extended! Score $200 off your purchase over $1,000, now through July 13.

Shop it: The Saatva Classic Mattress (Queen), $1,099 (was $1,299), saatva.com

Nectar

Deep sleep awaits. (Photo: Nectar)
Deep sleep awaits. (Photo: Nectar)

Whether you prefer to sleep on your stomach, side or back, both Nectar mattresses contour your body to help you wake up well-rested. The Original Nectar mattress is made entirely of premium memory foam — it’s cooling, plush, plus there’s zero motion transfer and constant air flow. The Nectar Lush mattress has a cooling cover, gel-coated Aquacool layer, high-density foam and a supportive base foam.

For 4th of July, Nectar is offering up to $399 worth of freebies, including a mattress protector and premium sheets and pillows. Note that the offer only applies to the Original mattress, and not the Lush.

Shop it: Nectar Memory Foam Mattress (Queen), $799 (was $1,198), nectarsleep.com

Shop it: Nectar Lush Mattress (Queen), $1,399 (was $1,499), nectarsleep.com

Tempur-Pedic

Cool comfort all night long. (Photo: Tempur-Pedic)
Cool comfort all night long. (Photo: Tempur-Pedic)

Hot sleepers rejoice: The Tempur-Breeze is designed to stay cool, even in the middle of summer. The cooling effect starts the moment you get in bed: the SmartClimate Dual Cover System feels cool to the touch, and PureCool+ Phase Change Material helps you cool down over the next 20 minutes. Finally, over the next eight hours, a layer of breathable comfort cycles heat and humidity out of the mattress.

Snag $500 off any Tempur-Breeze mattress as part of the brand’s 4th of July sale.

Shop it: Tempur-Breeze ProBreeze (Queen), $3,499 (was $3,999), tempurpedic.com

Shop it: Tempur-Breeze LuxeBreeze (Queen), $4,199 (was $4,699), tempurpedic.com

Allswell

So comfy, you won't even need to count sheep. (Photo: Allswell)
So comfy, you won't even need to count sheep. (Photo: Allswell)

Mattresses are expensive — but Allswell proves you don’t need to sacrifice quality to get a mattress for a great price. The brand’s three mattresses are made of hybrid foam and coil, plus a quilted top panel. All are designed to be cooling, plus the Luxe and Supreme are also made with copper to transfer even more heat away from the body. They even have a 100-night risk-free trial, so you can determine if the mattress is the right fit for you.

Now through July 6, take 15 percent off the Luxe and Supreme mattresses with code SLEEP15.

Shop it: The Allswell Luxe Hybrid (Queen), $548 (was $645), allswell.com

Shop it: The Allswell Supreme (Queen), $837 (was $985), allswell.com

Helix

Nighty night. (Photo: Helix)
Nighty night. (Photo: Helix)

Mattresses aren’t one-size-fits-all, and Helix gets that. The brand makes over 13 varieties across the Original and Luxe lines, including options for side, back and stomach sleepers, and even one for plus-size and Big and Tall shoppers. You can choose whether you prefer pressure relief or body contouring and firmness—and where you need most support, too.

Helix’s sale is designed to help you save more as you buy more. Use code FOJ100 to get $100 off any mattress purchase, FOJ150 to get $150 off a purchase over $1,250, and if you spend over $1,750, use code FOJ200 to get $200 off. Oh, and you’ll get two free pillows thrown in, too.

Shop it: Helix Mattress (Queen), $899 (was $999), helixsleep.com

Shop it: Helix Luxe (Queen), $1,599 (was $1,799), helixsleep.com

Birch

Naturally comfortable. (Photo: Birch)
Naturally comfortable. (Photo: Birch)

Natural and sustainably sourced wool are what sets the Birch mattress apart from the rest. A natural cotton cover, hygroscopic wool and breathable Talalay latex help keep you cool, while hundreds of individually wrapped coils offer support while limiting motion transfer.

Want a Birch mattress of your own? You can grab one for $200 off with code FOJ200.

Shop it: Birch Natural Mattress (Queen), $1,299 (was $1,499), birchliving.com

Leesa

A hug in mattress form. (Photo: Leesa)
A hug in mattress form. (Photo: Leesa)

If you don’t like to fiddle with the firmness of your mattress, read on. Each of Leesa’s mattresses are medium-firm, and are designed for all sleep styles. The Original mattress is made with three layers of memory foam, while the Hybrid and the Legend are made with a layer of foam and up to two layers of pocket springs. The two higher-end versions also feature a hole-punched comfort layer, plus the Legend has micro-coils at the head and foot of the bed for targeted pressure relief.

Sound up your alley? Snag up to $350 off a Leesa mattress of your very own.

Shop it: Leesa Original Mattress (Queen), $874 (was $999), leesa.com

Shop it: Leesa Hybrid Mattress (Queen), $1,499 (was $1,699), leesa.com

Shop it: Leesa Legend Mattress (Queen), $1,899 (was $2,199), leesa.com

Purple

The iconic Purple grid has over 30 patents. (Photo: Purple)
The iconic Purple grid has over 30 patents. (Photo: Purple)

Purple mattresses are all over Instagram. Yes, their iconic Purple grid layer looks like something from the future, but they’re also just so darn comfortable. The grid is far from a marketing gimmick — the design boasts 30 patents, plus it helps keep you supported and cool. Each mattress comes with at least a 2-inch grid, plus the Hybrid and Hybrid Premier also come with responsive support coils.

Now, you can score up to $350 off a mattress, as well as up to 20 percent off bedding bundles. No code needed.

Shop it: The Purple Mattress (Queen), $999 (was $1,099), purple.com

Shop it: The Purple Hybrid (Queen), $1,474 (was $1,599), purple.com

Shop it: The Purple Hybrid Premier (Queen), $2,049 (was $2,199), purple.com

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