Labor Day Mattress Sale 2015

Labor Day is approaching! Normally, it’s a relaxing day off for most Americans – but if you’re a smart mattress shopper like yourself – you know it’s time to get ready for some of the best sales of the year. Both online mattress sales and local mattress stores have promotions running on and around the September 7th holiday weekend.

Below are your Labor Day mattress sales for 2015. We’ll be updating this as new mattress sales go live to keep you up to date on all of the best deals available.

Best Labor day mattress sales for 2015
Best Labor day mattress sales for 2015

Online Labor Day Mattress Sales

Leesa – Avena + memory foam

Brooklyn Bedding – latex foam

Nest Bedding – latex + memory foam

Amerisleep – memory foam

4Sleep – memory foam

Live & Sleep – memory foam

Endy – memory foam

Dreamfoam – various foams

Yogabed – polyfoam + memory foam

Nature’s Sleep – memory foam

  • All mattresses on sale, price and discount varies based on model

In-Store Labor Day Mattress Sales


  • Up to 50% off every mattress (excludes Tempur-pedic)
  • Save $300 on Ortho-posture Firm Euro Top
  • Save $600 on Sealy premium plush
  • Free boxspring with any Serta mattress.

Mattress Firm

  • 0% APR for 72 months
  • Door Buster: $8.99 memory foam pillows (limit 2, save $21)
  • Door Buster: $188.99 Twin, Full, or Queen pillow top mattress
  • Many other models on sale


  • Good sale prices across the board
  • $147-$1400 after sale price for most mattresses with high percentage discounts

Be Informed – Labor Day sales are a great way to save a lot of money on a new mattress, but not if you’re getting the wrong mattress. Use the Sleepopolis mattress buying guide to discover your desired level of support and comfort before you start shopping. The mattress buying guide will help to make sure you know what features are most important, how to identify your specific needs, and how to find the best mattress for you.

Start Researching Now – Some of the best Labor day mattress deals are released about a week before Labor day. You should definitely researching brands, stores, and mattresses well before that. Having the right direction to search for these deals when they’re released will help you save time and energy looking only for quality and affordable choices.

Don’t Forget About Online – Buying a mattress online can save some of the headaches dealing with salespeople and crowds. Many online “bed-in-a-box” mattress companies offer convenient shipping and a significant cost savings over what you’d typically pay in-store. Buying this way cuts out the middleman, which passes on the savings to you. A typical $1,000 mattress online could range from $2,000-$4,000 in-store due to retail markups and salesmen commissions.

Avoid Going Cheap! – It’s always enticing to buy a 75% off mattress. After all, who doesn’t like getting a great deal? However, most of the time when you purchase a mattress like this you are sacrificing quality for a cheap price. You should consider additional factors like warranty, trial period, brand reputation, and build quality before you purchase. At the end of the day it’s important to remember that you are likely to be sleeping on this mattress for years. So that $200 mattress may cost you a lot more in sleepless nights, pain, and frustration. Don’t skimp, buy a quality mattress.


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2 thoughts on “Labor Day Mattress Sale 2015”

  1. You have published reviews of both the Saatva and the Winkbed. In your summary scoring you gave the Saatva a higher score (even though both had the same price) and I suppose a higher score for support because of the three levels of firmness offered. Since most folks only pick one, in a head to head (the medium Saatva) and the Winkbed, I am curious: of the two, which would you pick and why?

    • Hi Seth,

      That’s a tough question…both the Wink and Saatva are great mattresses. Personally, I would opt for the Saatva. It’s pillow top is a little thinner (1.5″ vs. 2″). The thinner profile just felt better for my back. It offered a nice level of comfort, but I still felt like I was well supported by the underlying spring construction. With the WinkBed I felt like the topper was so thick that that was all I really felt in the mattress. It was soft, yes, but it didn’t provide the same type of body contouring support that the Saatva did.

      Now, all that said, this was my experience with each of these mattresses. I think heavier sleepers might prefer the WinkBed in some cases, as there is more padding to handle the heavier pressures. Additionally, if your someone who doesn’t really like the more pronounced body contouring, that would be another reason the Wink may be the preferable option.

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