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There’s no way around it: Quality mattresses don’t come cheap. So when sale periods pop up, it’s the category we make a beeline for. One of our first stops is always Saatva, a luxe bedding brand that tops our guides to the best mattresses for stomach sleepers, back sleepers, sleepers of all persuasions, and even kids. While the full-priced selection falls on the pricier side of what we recommend, our managing shopping editor (and professed light sleeper), Samantha Weiss-Hills, vouches that a Saatva mattress is a worthy buy—and even more so when they’re on sale, like right now. Through February 23, you can take $375 off orders of $1,000 or more.

If you’re ready to swap your bunk but want a little guidance on Saatva’s stock, Weiss-Hills recommends the Classic—an innerspring hybrid—for its quasi-customizable features that, a couple years later, has her swearing off other brands for good. 

Saatva Classic Mattress

Saatva classic mattress
Classic Luxury Firm Queen Mattress, Saatva ($1,620 was $1,995)

After nearly a decade of sleeping on memory foam, Weiss-Hills came to the realization last year that it wasn’t supporting her in the way she wanted. The material’s enveloping hug had started to feel too squishy compared to classic innerspring mattresses. While not in the market for anything extra-firm, she wanted something that would provide a similar feel to the hotel beds she had slept on. Saatva’s luxury firm option promised just that—so she went for it.

Aside from having the choice of three firmness levels (plush soft, luxury firm, and firm), the main reason Saatva interested Weiss-Hills was the ability to select a particular height; she opted for the shorter, 11.5-inch so that it would be compatible with her mattress topper and not sit too high on her and her husband’s low-profile platform frame. (There’s also a 14.5-inch option if a taller pillow top is calling your name.) That, paired with reactive coils made from recycled carbon steel covered in quilted organic cotton, has been key to providing ample support and minimizing motion transfer when they flip-flop throughout the night as side and back sleepers. Weiss-Hills’s Whoop tells her that she’s had more optimal sleep than not over the past year, and she’ll give some credit to the mattress for that.

Long story short, Saatva isn’t known as “America’s best-selling online luxury innerspring” for nothing. Two thousand–plus sleepers have rated it 4.8 stars. Aside from echoing Weiss-Hills’s pronouncement that the material is “breathable” and “soft,” reviews gush about the customer service. One states, “Wonderful mattress, but the delivery and setup really make a great experience.” Saatva will deliver, set up, and remove your old mattress for recycling free of charge. And while we still could go on and on about why it’s a good investment, here’s perhaps the biggest selling point: You have an entire year to decide if it’s the one for you.

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