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As the online mattress industry grows, so does the need for shipping outside of the United States. More and more companies are beginning to expand their shipping into areas outside of the U.S., but there are still a number of mattress companies that haven’t quite made the transition yet.
To make your mattress research a little bit easier Sleepopolis has put together a list of companies that will ship to Canada. Additionally, I’ve included extra costs, shipping time, and other details you’ll want to know.
Mattress companies that ship to Canada
Below is a full list of all major online mattress companies that currently ship to Canada (and also those that don’t yet). I’ll be updating this list as new companies begin to ship to Canada.
|Company||Ships to Canada?||Delivery||Shipping Costs||Details|
|Loom & Leaf||Yes||9-18 days||$99||Only ships to the Toronto area. Will also ship to bordering US ports if you want to forward to a non-Toronto location.|
|Saatva||Yes||9-18 days||$99||Only ships to the Toronto area. Will also ship to bordering US ports if you want to forward to a non-Toronto location.|
|Nest Bedding||Yes||10-25 days||$193-$415||Shipping costs based on weight.|
|Brooklyn Bedding||Yes||10-12 days||$250|
|eLuxurySupply||Yes||8-12 days||$60||Shipping costs based on weight.|
|Amerisleep||Yes||7-9 days||Free||Make sure to order from Amerisleep.ca|
|Endy||Yes||3-6 days||Free||Headquartered and manufactured in Canada|
|Helix||Yes||7-10 days||$150 CAD|
|Tuft & Needle||Not yet|
Find comprehensive reviews, comparisons, videos, and more for all of these in our complete mattress reviews page.
Is it worth shipping a mattress from the US
Absolutely! With the number of companies willing to ship to Canada you have several great options. You can find a mattress that meets your needs, desires, and works great for you. Granted, the shipping costs are going to be a good bit more expensive. However, even with the increased costs of shipping you can usually still save yourself a good chunk of money vs. buying in a traditional retail store.
Over the course of the last year several new companies have started shipping to Canada. As we move into 2016 and beyond I would expect we’ll continue to see this number grow. If the mattress you’re interested in buying doesn’t ship to Canada let them know via social media! As interest builds you can be sure more mattress companies will consider expanding shipping to Canada.