Amazon’s Prime Day Deals – List Of Discounted Mattresses

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Prime Day is an exclusive shopping holiday for Amazon’s Prime members. It’s hosted once a year and lasts for two days (July 11 to July 12).

This day gives Prime members (or those who opt into the free 30-day trial period) access to discounts on a wide range of the e-commerce giant’s list of products, including mattresses.

We’ve put together some of the Prime Day Amazon mattress deals for you. Keep checking back as we continue to add more to our list.

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The Deals

Tuft & Needle – $794.61

This deal is on the well-known brand’s original mattress in a Queen size.

Tuft & Needle is offering 20% off, which lowers the cost by nearly $200 and makes the mattress $794.61. This price includes free 2-day shipping (part of the Prime membership).

Read our take on the Tuft & Needle mattress if you’d like!

Nectar Queen Mattress 12 Inch – $699

The Nectar mattress is a popular all-foam online mattress that sleepers adore. Amazon is offering all members 22% off the Queen size model that originally retails for $899.

The original Nectar mattress is also being sold at a discount in their King and California King size models.

Read our full review of the original Nectar mattress here.

Lucid Hybrid 10″ Queen – $365.49

Originally, the Lucid Hybrid 10″ with Bamboo Charcoal and Aloe Vera infused was sold at $429.99. But this Prime Day, you can purchase the Queen size mattress for $365.49, making it 15% off.

Additionally, the same mattress in a King size is being sold for $442.85, which is 21% off the original price of $563.07.

Read our full review of the Lucid Hybrid mattress here.

Linenspa Memory Foam Hybrid Mattress 10″ Queen – $239.99

Amazon is offering several discounts on the Linenspa Memory Foam Hybrid Mattress in its 10″ and 12″ heights. For their 10″ Queen size, its being sold at a 25% discount ($80 off the original price) exclusively to Prime users.

Prime Day deals on Linenspa mattresses range anywhere from 20% to 32% off the original price.

Read our full Linenspa Memory Foam Hybrid mattress review for more information.

Classic Brands Cool Gel 2.0 Ultimate Gel Memory Foam Mattress – $299

This 14″ mattress is $299 for a Queen and comes with two free bonus pillows. The original price was $501 (Amazon sold it for $434 originally), which makes it about a 40% discount.

Classic Brands Cool Gel and Ventilated Memory Foam Mattress – $235.25

This mattress is 12″ tall and does not come with free pillows. Original price was $335; with the 32% Prime Day discount the total for a Queen comes out to $235.25.

Modway Aveline 8″ Gel Infused Memory Foam Mattress – $235.45

This gel mattress was originally priced at $430 and the discount is 45% off. Other sizes are also available at a discount.

Vesgantti 9.6″ Innerspring Multilayer Hybrid Mattress – $183.99

The original price is $229.99 for a Queen. With a 20% discount, the price comes to $183.99. The Prime Day Deal only applies to the High Top option (there is also Euro & Box Top option).

Inofia Queen Mattress 8″, Cool Memory Foam Mattress Bed – $191.92

The Prime Day Deal applies just to the 8″ Queen size bed. The original price was $239.99, and they’re offering a 20%  discount, bringing the price to $191.92

Sweetnight Hybrid Mattress (12″) – $348.60

This Prime Day Deal applies to the Queen 12″ Plush Pillow-Top option. The original price is $498 and the discount is 30% off.

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Katie Golde

Katie previously managed the day to day operations of the Mattress Clarity news site and reviews sleep products in addition to writing and editing sleep news. She hails from Austin, where she lives with her growing family. She is a Certified Sleep Science Coach and has a master’s degree in Journalism from Northwestern University and has a background in health and science content. Her work can be found in print and online publications like Discover Magazine, USA Today and The Huffington Post.