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The Awara mattress is one of the best beds we’ve ever tried, and you can get one right now for a substantial price cut.
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During the extended Fall Haul sale that ends tonight, the brand is offering $899 in savings and gifts on all sizes of the Organic Luxury Hybrid Mattress, which is down to $899 in the twin size. Shoppers get a $480 price cut in the twin and twin XL sizes, along with an accessories package of 100% cotton sheets, cool latex pillows and a mattress protector valued together at $419 for a total of $899. Full, queen, king and California king sizes are marked down $400 with the accessory package of 100% cotton sheets, cool latex pillows and a mattress protector valued at $499 for the same $899 value.
When we tested the Awara, we described its flagship hybrid mattress as supportive, comfortable and springy yet firm. While the mattress itself is impressively cozy, we also love the brand’s dedication to sustainability—Awara produces green, organic mattresses made from natural and certified organic materials. We pitted it against rival brand Avocado and found that Awara was the superior green mattress: It’s got top-notch heat retention, excellent edge support and a comfort level that just can’t be beaten.
If you’re looking for a great night’s sleep at an even better price, it’s hard to beat what Awara’s got going on. Shop fast, though—the sale ends at midnight tonight.
Get the Awara mattress from $899 with bedding bundle gift (Save $400 to $480)
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