What are the Benefits of Buying a Mattress Online?

Introduction

Buying a mattress online can be nerve-wracking because you can’t test it on your own body first. You can rely on the Sleep Foundation’s staff to analyse mattresses and report our findings based on extensive hands-on testing. Our team has evaluated hundreds of mattresses over the years, and we have years of combined experience in the sleep products industry. Online mattress sales have exploded in recent years, largely due to the convenience of shopping online. Although the advantages, as seen by different customers, may vary, our research has uncovered a few common reasons why people prefer buying the best mattresses for arthritis online.

Affordability

Since direct-to-consumer mattress manufacturers have lower overhead than most brick-and-mortar stores, online mattress purchases are often more affordable than in-store purchases. Particularly relevant to the shipping of compressed mattresses. Several factories only produce mattresses when ordered, eliminating the need for costly inventory.

Sleep Trials

Some consumers are hesitant to purchase mattresses online because they cannot try them out in person. Many stores selling mattresses online understand their customers’ apprehension and offer “sleep trials” to give them a chance to try out the mattress risk-free and return it if they don’t like it. Compared to trying out a mattress in a store, these sleep tests, which typically last around 100 nights, can give sleepers a much more accurate picture of how the mattress will work.

Convenient

Buying a mattress online is more convenient for many customers than going to a store. Customers who prefer to shop online are not restricted to store hours and can do so whenever it is most convenient. And since many mattresses can be shipped compressed without requiring a signature, the customer may not even have to be home to accept delivery. Without needing a delivery crew, they can unbox the mattress at their leisure.

What Type Of Online Mattress Should I Buy?

Your sleeping habits, specific needs, personal preferences, and budget will all play a role in determining which online mattress is best for you. After testing and researching hundreds of beds, we found that all-foam beds are typically the most comfortable for people who like a mattress that moulds to their body and relieves pressure. Many of these mattresses also reduce noise and limit motion transfer, making them a good option for couples. If you need more support than memory foam but still want to sleep comfortably, a foam hybrid is likely your best bet.

Some sleepers find mattresses that maintain a constant temperature, provide ample support, and minimise contouring to be the most comfortable. Customers are trying to save money while shopping should consider purchasing an innerspring. A latex or latex-hybrid mattress will likely be more expensive than an innerspring mattress with the same level of comfort and support. If you want a mattress that can be adjusted in firmness and has features like those found in smart beds, then an airbed is probably your best bet. However, keep in mind that these mattresses can be quite costly.

Conclusion

Buying a mattress in a physical store has several advantages over doing so online. You can talk to trained salespeople face-to-face, lay down on the mattress of your choice, and in many cases, have it set up for free in your home. Mattresses purchased online are typically less expensive, but not all orders are eligible for in-home setup.