Sealy Posturepedic is the “flagship” line for Sealy. Like with most manufacturers, they have different names at different retailers to make it difficult to comparison shop for a mattress. To comparsion shop, you need to compare the specs, not the names, and that can take a while. Luckily for you, I did all of that work and compiled a comparison chart for Sealy Posturepedics among several major retailers.
(Update: The 2015 model Posturepedics are out now, so a lot of the models here have been discontinued. To compare the 2015 models, click here.)
This guide is great if you saw a mattress in a retail store and you want to compare to online models to find a lower price. It is also great if you’ve been shopping at some online retailers and want to try it in a store before buying it. (To jump directly to the chart, click here)
There are three lineups within Sealy Posturepedic: Classic, Gel Series, and Hybrid. I included the first two in this chart (hybrids are named the same thing everywhere). The Classic series has what’s called “offset” coils in which they’re all tied together. This is the “old school” type of coil, hence the name “classic.” The Gel series, in addition to using a layer of gel memory foam, also uses individually wrapped coils (called Apex coils by Sealy). These are better at separating motion and contouring to your body. Within each lineup, there are 3 levels. As you go up in levels, you get more and higher quality foams.
To use this chart, just find the model you want to compare, and compare models in the same row. Enter the model name of what you want to compare in the search box for quicker results. Click on the name to open a new window to that retailer to see the price. L1, L2, and L3 stand for “level 1, level 2, level 3”
Sealy Posturepedic 2014 Comparison ChartComparison models for Classic Sealy Posturepedic 2014 models
A few notes about this chart:
- There may be small differences in the mattresses because sometimes a manufacturer will offer a retailer some “exclusive” feature. This generally doesn’t change how the mattress feels.
- US-Mattress has by far the biggest selection of Posturepedics. Compiling this chart was largely an exercise of “see which US-Mattress model this is comparable to.”
- I didn’t include Sears in this chart, because their Posturepedics don’t line up nicely with the rest. For example, they use Apex coils in lower end models, among other differences. They also have a confusing system in which there are two of every mattress listed, and only one version is on sale at a time. To check out Sears’s Posturepedic lineup, including the popular Anaheim Ti, click here.
- When comparing prices, be sure to compare the correct size and whether or not it comes with a boxspring (i.e. “mattress set” vs “mattress only”)
- Check my coupon page when comparing prices to see if that retailer has a coupon that will bring the price down.
- Sealy has other lineups. If you were looking for the “non-Posturepedic” Sealy brand mattresses, click here.
I focused on the biggest brick-and-mortar retailers and the biggest online retailers. I obviously can’t put the model name that every small time retailer uses in the chart. So if you want to compare any other Sealy Posturepedic (or any other brand), check out my free Mattress Comparison Shopping Service. I will find the cheapest comparison models for you!
Disclaimer: I do earn a small commission at no cost to you if you decide to purchase anything from some of the above retailers.
If this helps you save money, please let me know in the comments below! Thanks for reading.