Amerisleep's Memorial Day
Deals of 2020

Enjoy extra savings on Amerisleep mattresses, pillows, mattress protectors, bedding, and adjustable beds.

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$250 off Mattresses!
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Enjoy $200 off AS3

Our best-selling mattress, the AS3, blends comfort and support for your best night’s sleep yet.

Starting at $1149
$949 with promo MD30
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Save up to$750 on Hybrids!
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Take $200 off AS5 Hybrid

Love a soft bed with bounce? Our AS5 Hybrid is right up your alley. Bio-Pur® and pocketed coils luxuriously blend cushion and responsiveness.

Starting at $1849
$1649 with promo MD30
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Save up to $750 on Hybrids!
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Take 30% Off Accessories!
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30% off Accessories

Add to the support and breathability of your mattress with our soft bed sheets, contouring pillow, waterproof mattress protector, and more.

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30% off with promo ACC30
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Up to
$1600 off!
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Save up to $1600 on Adjustable Bed Sets

Elevate your sleep with the ultimate bed set: a comfortable Amerisleep mattress with the customizable Adjustable Bed+.

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Amerisleep's Memorial Day Deals of 2020

The Amerisleep Memorial Day Mattress Deal offers our best sales on mattresses, sheets, pillows, mattress protectors, and adjustable beds.

Memorial Day is Monday, May 25th, 2020, but we post our mattress savings early, so you can start sleeping better today.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the best time to buy a mattress?

If you miss out on the Memorial Day mattress sales or you’re just not quite ready to buy a new mattress yet, there are plenty of other opportunities during the year. The best mattress deals are typically during the following weekends:

  • The 4th of July
  • Presidents Day
  • Black Friday
  • Cyber Monday
  • Memorial Day
  • Labor Day
How do I find the best mattress?

Top-rated mattresses easily pop up when you do a quick Google search, but how do you know those mattresses will be the best for you? The truth is, you don’t—you’ll need to invest a little more time to find the right one. However, with all the mattress choices out there, it won’t be too hard to snag the best mattress for your comfort needs.

Before you purchase, consider your preferred sleeping position, budget, your partner’s sleep preferences (if applicable), and if you want a mattress with special features, such as cooling gel foam, pocket coils, or edge support.

Sleeping Position

Everyone has a preferred sleeping position, but most people switch between at least two different sleeping styles during the night (known as combo sleeping). Arguably, the way you sleep has the biggest impact on your mattress choice, since it affects the overall feel of the mattress, and by extension, your sleep quality.

Side Sleeping

Sleeping on your side is the healthiest way to sleep, and it’s also the most common. But if side-sleepers choose a mattress that’s too firm, that could mean numbness, shoulder pain, and hip misalignment down the road. To avoid any of those issues, we recommend side sleepers choose a medium, medium-soft, or soft mattress.

Amerisleep has a mattress in each of these firmnesses, and the medium-soft and soft models (the AS4 and AS5, respectively) are the most popular choices among side sleepers.

Back Sleeping

Back sleepers sleep with their backs completely flush with the mattress, so they need one that won’t sink down too far, misaligning the spine, shoulders, or hips. To avoid back pain, most back sleepers prefer a firm or medium-firm bed. A plush mattress could cause you to feel “stuck” or trapped in the bed, leading to more pain. We recommend the AS1 or AS2 for dedicated back sleepers.

Stomach Sleeping

We don’t recommend sleeping face down because it comes with the highest risk of misalignment and back pain. If you’re stuck in the habit of sleeping on your stomach, choose a firm or medium-firm mattress—anything softer and you run the risk of waking up with pain. Stomach sleepers should lean towards the firmer AS1 and AS2 models.

Budget and Value

Your budget is, of course, a major factor as you decide which mattress to buy. Not all mattresses are created equal, and higher-priced models can be just as low-quality as some cheap mattresses. How do you know if you’re getting your money’s worth? Consider the mattress type, the sleep trial and warranty, and even the brand’s reputation.

Remember: the price you pay for your mattress should reflect how long it lasts. You would expect a mattress costing upwards of $3,000 to last 10-20 years, but most luxury beds in that price range break down after only 5-7 years because they’re made of cheap materials marketed as “luxury,” such as “icy cool gel,” or “gold threads.”

To reconcile all the different marketing tactics with an actual good-quality mattress, pay close attention to the materials and company policies. Some indications that a mattress will be a good investment are:

  • The mattress contains CertiPUR-US® foams and has other certifications such as OEKO-Tex, Greenguard Gold, or USDA Organic
  • The mattress comes with a generous warranty (10 years or longer)
  • The aforementioned warranty will cover repairs for sags .75-1 inch deep (any deeper and the mattress will probably cause you pain)
  • If the mattress contains coils (like innersprings and hybrids), the coils are individually wrapped in fabric to maintain a longer lifespan and prevent sagging
Mattress Type Average Price for Queen Size Average Lifespan Features to Look For:
Innerspring Mattress $900 5-7 Years

Wrapped coils

High-quality foams (latex or memory foam)

Pillow top or Euro top for extra cushioning

Memory Foam Mattress $1000 7-10 years

Cooling foams

Study base foams to deter sagging

Planting-based foams

Hybrid Mattress $1200 7-9 years

Wrapped Coils


High-quality transition foam between comfort layer and coil layer

Latex Mattress $2000 10-15 years

Talalay or Dunlop latex instead of synthetic latex*

*There are two types of natural latex: Dunlop and Talalay. Talalay is processed with chemicals to give it a softer feel, while Dunlop has no added chemicals and is firmer. Dunlop Latex has been known to last up to 15 years

Company Policies

The sleep trial and warranties included with most bed in a box mattresses can give you a sense of the mattress’s quality. The standard mattress warranty lasts 10 years—we do not recommend a mattress with a warranty shorter than that, because the average mattress lifespan is 7-10 years. Amerisleep offers a 20-year prorated warranty with every mattress, and it protects against sags .75 inches or deeper.

Sleep trials go hand-in-hand with beds in a box. Since bed in a box customers lose the experience of trying out mattresses in-store before buying, a sleep trial gives them the option to sleep on the bed for 3 months (sometimes more), and then return it for a full refund if needed. Look for brands that offer free pick-up after the sleep trial period has ended.

If you need help moving and setting up your new mattress, consider investing in White Glove Delivery. This is a service many mattress brands offer for those who need extra help setting up the new mattress and/or taking down the old one.

Is it better to buy a mattress online or in store?

It used to be that you could only buy mattresses in a showroom after trying different styles and models out for a few minutes. Now with the advent of bed in a box mattresses, you can get your favorite mattress shipped straight to your door. Both buying experiences have their pros and cons:

Pros of Bed in a Box Mattresses Cons of a Bed in a Box Mattresses Pros of Showroom Mattresses Cons of Showroom Mattresses

Free shipping


Relatively easy to move

Sleep trials let you try out the bed and return it within a 30-100 day window.


Can't try them out before buying

You have to rely on customer reviews to decide if the mattress is right for you

You can try out multiple beds before buying one

You can ask the salesmen questions in-person about the mattresses

Delivery usually not free

Harder to move/get to your house

Sleep trials usually not included

Typically cost more

How much does a good mattress cost?

This is a no-brainer, but sticking to a budget is the easiest way to ensure you don't stray outside of your set parameters to a mattress you can't afford, even if it's on sale. To give you a better perspective of mattress pricing, let's go over what influences how much a mattress costs.

  • Brand name: If the brand you're buying from has been around for awhile, the mattress may cost more. Additionally, if the brand is well-known and has an established reputation, that could increase the cost. Read customer reviews on the website and the company's profile on the Better Business Bureau (if one is available).
  • Eco-friendly or organic materials: If buying a mattress made with organic materials is a priority to you, be prepared to pay a little extra. Remember that "eco-friendly" can mean a few different things—the mattress could have been manufactured using low-emissions or low-waste methods, or the mattress materials themselves are organic or eco-friendly (such as natural latex or organic cotton).
  • Warranties and sleep trials: The company policies attached to the mattress may affect the price. If they offer a lengthy sleep trial and/or a generous warranty, that is likely included in the price. Some brands offer white glove delivery as well, meaning they will arrange for someone to pick up and remove your old mattress and set up your new one. This service is either calculated into the mattress and included with the purchase, or it's offered at an additional cost.
How do I know it's time for a new mattress?

There are a few telltale signs you can spot when it's time to replace your old mattress:

  • Sagging below 1 inch or more
  • Rips or tears in the foam or pillow top
  • Broken coils, burst coils, coils that don't spring back
  • Loss of support and responsiveness
  • Musty odor
  • You wake up in pain
  • You sleep better on another mattress
What is the best mattress type?

More important than knowing the ins and outs of mattress deals is knowing which mattress is best for you. After all, nobody wants to end up with an uncomfortable bed even if it was marked down significantly. Refer to this table when deciding on the right mattress for your needs.

Mattress Type Pros Cons Features to Look For
Hybrid Mattress Bouncy
Good air circulation
Better pressure relief than innerspring if made with pocket coils
Heavy to move
Coils can break down easily
Too bouncy for some, especially those with back pain
Too little foam for those needing extra pressure relief
Pocket Coils
Low-gauge (thick coils)
Memory Foam or latex foam comfort layers
Gel memory foam for extra cooling
Memory Foam Mattress Exceptional pressure relief
Great motion isolation
Can sleep too hot
User may feel "stuck" or trapped if the mattress is too soft
Transition layers to offset the softer foam(s)
Gel memory foam for extra cooling
Innerspring Mattress Bouncy Good air circulation Prone to motion transfer Little pressure relief Noisy Plush pillow top Low-gauge (thick coils)
Latex Mattress Bouncy and soft Some variations are eco-friendly Durable (some models last up to 15 years) Not as much pressure relief as memory foam due to the bounciness Expensive
100% latex mattresses are harder to find
Beds made with Talalay or Dunlop latex (these usually enote higher quality latex)
Which foundation should I use with my new mattress?

After you've bought your mattress, you may be ready to look at bed frames as well. Buying both during a sale is a good way to go since many companies offer a bed package for a significant discount.

  • Sagging below 1 inch or more
  • Rips or tears in the foam or pillow top
  • Broken coils, burst coils, coils that don't spring back
  • Loss of support and responsiveness
  • Musty odor
  • You wake up in pain
  • You sleep better on another mattress
How do I get the best deal on a mattress?

Before you make a mattress purchase, make sure you’ve laid out parameters for what you want in your mattress. Special features like gel memory foam or edge support can hike up the cost, but if those features are absolute musts for you, factor that into your budget. Even with extra comfort features, you can still get a high-quality mattress at a reasonable price. And with the Memorial Day deals available this weekend, you’re sure to snag a good bargain.

Are accessories included in memorial day mattress sales?

It depends on the brand, but for the most part, yes; most brands include mattress accessories in their Memorial Day deals. Amerisleep offers an adjustable base package that works perfectly with any of our mattresses (both regular and split mattresses). The package includes an impressive 10-year extended warranty and White Glove Delivery. During the Memorial Day sale, mattress sets are $250 off.

Adjustable bed frames are great for those with sciatica, high blood pressure, Restless Leg syndrome, or sleep apnea. Really, an adjustable base works for anyone who wants a more customized sleep experience. Split beds with adjustable bases are a convenient option for couples with different sleep preferences. Amerisleep offers the adjustable base with twin XL, full, queen, and split king size mattresses.

As for other accessories, during our Memorial Day Sale, Amerisleep includes two free pillows with any mattress purchase (unless you choose the Amerisleep adjustable bed package). Just use the promo code MD250 at checkout to get the sale price.

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