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With the fall season underway, there are plenty of savings events underway to help make home life all the easier. For instance, if you want to get a better night’s sleep but are scared of mattress prices, Saatva is currently hosting a seasonal sale that can help you save money.
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Saatva’s Early Fall Sale runs through Thursday, September 30, with savings of $200 with a mattress purchase $950 or more.
You can pick up the Saatva Classic mattress in the twin XL size and larger, with prices starting at $887, down from the $1,087 list price. We tested the Classic’s 14.5-inch model and were impressed with the white-glove delivery and its thickness that was so deep, our tester thought she was laying in a luxury resort. While ultimately the thickness (the model she tested is nearly double that of many standard mattresses) and the less-than-ideal movement absorption were dealbreakers for her, she felt that the 11.5-inch option could work for solo sleepers or deep sleepers unfazed by movement.
Saatva also has a latex hybrid option on sale in all sizes, normally listed from $1,149 now available from $949. Though we haven’t tested this particular sleeper, Saatva says the mattress is made from natural hypoallergenic latex to repel allergens like dust mites and mold.
You’ve only got two days left to shop, so don’t miss these luxurious mattresses while they’re on sale.
Get the Saatva Classic Mattress from $887 (Save $200)
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