Nectar Mattress Giveaway – 25 Days of Giving

Day 17 of the 25 Days of Giving brings us to the wildly popular Nectar mattress!

Nectar is a great memory foam mattress coming in at a really attractive price (think $670 for a queen). For today’s winner, they choose the size – so scroll down and enter below!
Nectar Mattress Giveaway

Check out my Nectar mattress review for complete info on this mattress – but one thing to highlight is the feel. This mattress is really comfortable, having that contouring and supportive memory foam feel that so many people love.

Nectar Mattress Edge Support
Sitting on the edge of the Nectar

One of the great properties of memory foam is the pressure relief – and Nectar performs great! Check out the pressure relief results as I lay on the Nectar in a few different positions.

Nectar Mattress Pressure Map
Pressure Map results – laying on back, side, and stomach

Thanks for entering the Nectar Mattress Giveaway! Head on over to our 25 Days of Giving page for more opportunities to win!

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Logan Block

Logan is the content director of Sleepopolis, which means he not only reviews new mattresses every week, but also curates all the comparisons, best of pages, and video guides on the site. He takes a straightforward, honest approach to his reviews and endeavors to give viewers an objective look at each new product he tries out. Logan has perfected his method by personally testing over 200 different mattresses, so he’s not only able to discern the overall vibe of a specific bed, but to contextualize its feel within the bed-in-a-box market as a whole.

35 thoughts on “Nectar Mattress Giveaway – 25 Days of Giving”

  1. I’m a back sleep so every night around 3AM my lower back starts hurting so I have to turn over to my side. This mattress sounds like it could relieve that, which sounds amazing!

  2. Hope I and having faith that I win one of these 25 days of Christmas when I moved in the my x bf I had no choice I had no where else to go and now I’m moving out and have no mattress. This would make my Christmas so much better. (:

  3. Nectar was the first online mattress I tried because they reeled me in with the 365 trial period and the forever warranty. It wasn’t a good fit for me for a few different reasons. The first was I slept VERY hot. The second is I am a higher weight than most 5’2″ people and curvy. While most online reviewers considered it 5-6/10 for firmness, I thought it was a 7+. I’m not 300+ pounds, but my weight is very concentrated for my height. As a side sleeper, I sank through the top comfort layers and felt the firm layers underneath. I ordered Nectar when it was still fairly new, so no warranty info was sent with my mattress, I had wait an extra 6 weeks to get my pillows, and the company was way too green. Their reps would give completely opposite answers. There were a ton of loop holes or contradictory info in the warranty page, FQAs, and mattress details page. One of my biggest concerns was about the warranty and how much back pain a person could be in up to the 1.5″ sag mark! The industry standard for a memory foam mattress is for sags or indents over .75″, yet Nectar’s is twice that. Often, reps would try to glaze over my concerns with blanket statements, like “I wouldn’t worry about it” or would admit they didn’t know the answers. Multiple times reps requested to email me back with some further explanations and answers, but s/he wouldn’t. I would see that portion of the warranty page changed on their website a few days later, but no one got back to me personally. With the customer service Nectar showcased, I had a clear image of how they would treat a claim, so I returned it. Recently, I’ve heard a lot of the kinks have been smoothed out, but I didn’t care for the mattress enough to wait around. I think people should try Nectar if they are under 200 pounds and/or not especially curvy, like a memory foam feel, like its low price due being manufactured in China, aren’t in a rush to get their mattress delivered, and want an especially long trial period. Otherwise I think there are some better options around this price range, or sometimes lower, worth exploring first!

  4. Looks like fine construction with lots of comfort layers. Not sure if it the ideal mattress for me as I think I would miss the springs. Thanks!

  5. Such a nice looking mattress. Clean lines and cover. I’m a side sleeper so this might be good for me even though it’s a little on the softer side than what I am looking for. I’ve grown up on hard mattresses all my life. I might end up really liking it if I ever tried it out. It’s a great thing that there such a long trial period.

  6. With this construction the mattress has a focus on pressure relief that should give the feeling of sinking into the mattress and be a plus for side sleepers. With the combination of the gel memory foam with the tencel material add up to a soft cover layer that does a good job of maintaining a comfortable body temperature.
    It’s great for side sleepers, it’s great to maintain a comfortable body temperature.

  7. This really does look like a comfortable mattress! I like the pressure mapping results showing that the mattress offers support without pressing on prone areas.

  8. love the pressure relief in this mattress – it is one of the biggest sleep issues – waking up with your arm and shoulder almost numb.

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