Get up to $400 in free bedding during this Nectar mattress sale
The only thing better than a new mattress? Free bedding to go with it
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Right now, Nectar, the manufacturer of our favorite boxed mattress of all time, is giving away up to $399 worth of free bedding with any mattress purchase. That's right! For a limited time, shoppers can snag our No.1 boxed mattress pick—the Nectar memory foam mattress—from $498 to get $299 to $399 worth of top-rated bedding, completely free of charge. This value pack includes a Nectar mattress protector ($99), a luxury cotton sheet set ($150) and two cooling pillows ($150), though you'll want to note that the twin and twin XL mattresses only come with one cooling pillow.
In testing, there was a lot to love about Nectar’s memory foam mattress. We were thrilled with the equal balance it gave between firmness and plushness, which we found to be a difficult feat for competitors. Made from three layers of foam—a 1-inch gel memory foam, followed by three inches of a cooling foam and a high-density base layer that was designed for optimal support—it made for a super cozy sleep for our tester, her partner and their cat. Another reason we love it? The lack of motion transfer. Our tester placed a wine glass on the mattress, then had her partner thrash and kick around, but the glass never once toppled over, making them less likely to wake up from each other's movement.
You'll also get this free bundle add-on when you purchase the site’s cushier option, the Nectar Lush mattress, which is on sale from $999 for a savings of $100 regardless of the size you choose.
Regardless of which one you choose, your mattress purchase will have a 365-night trial period, so you'll have a full year to test out your new bedrest. You’re definitely not going to want to miss out on this incredible deal!
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