Best Reviewed Mattress for Under $2000

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If you’re looking for a mattress under $2000, you have the opportunity to get one of the best mattresses available.  With the new online-only business model for mattresses, the middle men are cut out of the sales process, passing on a lot of savings to the consumer.  This allows you to get a mattress that historically would cost $4,000-5,000 in a retail store.

Most of the online mattress companies are targeting low-mid tier customers (~$800), though a few are targeting the luxury market.  What’s great about the business model is that you can have all of the bells and whistles in the mattress and still not exceed $2000 (even for a queen or king size).

Best Mattress Under 2000 Dollars

If you were shopping at a retail store and looking at a Tempurpedic or Beautyrest, you would only be able to get one of the lower-end models for under 2000 dollars.

My Top 3 Mattresses Under $2000

All of these recommended mattresses are very high quality, but even a high quality mattress is not a one-option-fits-all product.  I’ve broken down the options to four categories to help with the selection: memory foam, spring, and natural.

These mattresses also rank top amongst my mattress reviews overall.

Top Under $2k Mattresses Compared

Loom and Leaf

Loom and Leaf ReviewThough Loom & Leaf tops the memory foam option for less than $2k, it is actually significantly less (priced at $1399 for a King), though shipping is not include in the price (most online-only companies include shipping).

This memory foam mattress is the closest that you’ll come to Tempurpedic, but at a fraction of the cost.  They have multiple firmness options, and have used gel-infused foam so that the mattress does not sleep hot.  Loom and Leaf also ranks amongst top memory foam and side sleeper picks.

You’ll also have the feeling of sleeping “in” the mattress, not “on” the mattress, and will have the slow response foam experience that memory foam lovers adore.  Learn more about my experience with this mattress in my Loom & Leaf review.

WinkBeds

WinkBeds Mattress ReviewWinkBeds is a smaller brand, but spent their marketing dollars building the best innerspring mattress possible.  There are two layers of coils and 2 inches of high density memory foam on top.

Though technically a hybrid, WinkBeds feels more like an innerspring mattress.  The extra layer of foam on top makes it a good option for side sleepers.

The company also has a great reputation and very personable customer support.  To learn more about this mattress visit my WinkBeds review.

PlushBeds

PlushBeds Botanical Bliss ReviewPlushBeds Botanical Bliss is personally one of my favorite options, a high quality latex mattress that is actually 100% natural.

They import the latex themselves from Sri Lanka, and ensure every part of the mattress high quality and organic.  Learn about their process in my PlushBeds review.

Latex is also a great sleeping option because it has the comfort/support tradeoff similar to memory foam, but has more “spring”.  This makes it better for sex and easier to move around when sleeping.

Note of Caution

When purchasing a mattress, there are a number of bells and whistles that you can definitely spend money on, but (in my opinion) won’t improve your sleep experience whatsoever.

Yes, you can pay an extra $1k for diamond infused gel foam, but this isn’t going to sleep noticeably cooler than other gel options.

The options I chose above of course aren’t the most expensive mattresses available, but I do think that they have all the features that are worth paying for.  That is, I don’t have any mattresses that I strongly recommend that are priced higher than $2000.  See our best mattresses overall article and all mattress reviews too.

The mattresses are, in my opinion, some of the best for the money, but also the best available.  Let me know if you have any questions on these brands or others listed on the site!

This post was last updated on May 11th, 2017 at 12:44 pm

About the Author Joe Auer

Joe is the editor of Mattress Clarity. When he isn't testing sleep products, he enjoys working out, reading, and playing classical piano.

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