Sealy Posturepedic 2016 Comparison Guide

Disclosure: This site receives a payment from US Mattress or Sears when you purchase a product using any links to that company in this article.

Sealy Posturepedic is one of the biggest name brands of mattresses around. They come out with new models roughly every year or two. The new models came out in early 2015, so this guide will help compare 2015 Sealy Posturepedic models among several of the biggest retailers. (Note: the 2015 models were still used through the beginning of 2017. Click here for the 2017 models). As you may have noticed (and as I’ve talked about before on this site), mattress retailers try to make it difficult to comparison shop by giving their mattresses different names than what the same thing will be at another retailer.

The following is a chart that compares the names of the mattresses at various retailers. You’ll notice there are a few levels of Posturepedic. The two biggest categories are “Posturepedic” and “Posturepedic Plus.” The “Plus” models have an upgraded coil system. (You’ll also notice two lower end models at the top of the chart as well; those are better for guest rooms and the like). This will help you comparison shop for the lowest price so you don’t pay a penny more than you have to.

 US MattressSearsMattress FirmMacy'sCostco
638 Classic CoilsInland Greens-Ashlin FirmKirby Hill Firm-
Posturepedic 704 CoilsSanta Paula Firm-Caversham Firm--
Santa Paula Plush----
Santa Paula Firm Eurotop--Clearbrook Cushion Firm Eurotop-
Santa Paula Plush Eurotop-Caversham Eurotop--
Cooper Mountain Firm---Aldercrest Firm
Cooper Mountain Cushion FirmChargrove Cushion Firm-Grant Park Cushion Firm-
Cooper Mountain PlushChargrove PlushChaleigh PlushGrant Park Plush-
Cooper Mountain Cushion Firm EurotopChargrove Cushion Firm Pillowtop-Grant Park Cushion Firm Pillowtop-
Cooper Mountain Plush EurotopChargrove Plush Pillowtop-Grant Park Plush PillowtopAldercrest Plush Eurotop
Posturepedic Plus (825 coils)Archer Glen FirmHearst Firm---
Archer Glen Cushion Firm-Deveraux Cushion Firm--
Archer Glen Plush----
Archer Glen Cushion Firm Eurotop---Meadowdale Cushion Firm Euro Pillowtop
Archer Glen Plush Eurotop-Deveraux Plush Pillowtop-Meadowdale Plush Euro Pillowtop
Warrenville Ultra FirmLeola Ultra Firm-Market Street Ultra Firm-
Warrenville FirmLeola Firm-Knotty Pines Firm-
Warrenville Cushion FirmLeola Cushion Firm--Ashton Cushion Firm
Warrenville Plush--Market Street Plush-
Warrenville Cushion Firm Euro PillowtopLeola Cushion Firm Pillowtop-Knotty Pines Cushion Firm Euro Pillowtop-
Warrenville Plush Euro Pillowtop--Knotty Pines Plush Euro Pillowtop-
-Glenborough Firm---
Barrett Court Cushion FirmGlenborough Cushion FirmSedgebrooke Cushion Firm--
Barrett Court Plush----
Barrett Court Cushion Firm Euro PillowtopGlenborough Cushion Firm Pillowtop--Charter Pointe Cushion Firm Euro Pillowtop
Barrett Court Plush Euro Pillowtop-Sedgebrooke Plush Pillowtop--

Some notes about this chart:

  • It’s possible that some of the models aren’t exact comparisons. Companies sometimes put some kind of small “exclusive feature” in their mattress like an anti-microbial cover, or they change a layer of foam slightly. These should be considered “comparable models,” not necessarily exact
  • Make sure you’re comparing the prices for the same size and whether or not a boxspring is included
  • The price of the mattress shouldn’t necessarily be your only concern. Consider exchange/return policies, delivery fees, and delivery time in your decision.
  • This is only a few of the biggest retailers. I don’t have the time or the space to include ~100 different retailers across the country. So, if you tried out something at a local store that you want to compare, contact me through my free comparison shopping service and let me comparison shop for you. 

There are several things you can do with this chart. If you saw something you liked in a store, you can find a cheaper price online. Then, either get the local store to match or beat that price, or just buy it online and save money. Or, if you were shopping online for a mattress, but you wanted to try it out in a store first, you can see which stores have it to try out.

If you have any questions, or want to share a success story, leave it in the comments below!

Disclosure: This site receives a payment from US Mattress or Sears when you purchase a product using any links to that company in this article.

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MattressNerd Says

July 13, 2017 at 6:12 am

Is that a very old one? The only place I see that on a google search is somebody selling an old used one, and then a blog post from 9 years ago.

Leslie Says

July 12, 2017 at 11:01 pm

I'm looking for something like the Sealy Posturepedic Chartwell firm mattress. Any suggestions? Thanks Leslie

MattressNerd Says

June 28, 2017 at 5:33 am

Almost all mattresses these days are one-sided, including the Aldercrest.

Jeff Lim Says

June 27, 2017 at 8:30 am

Are you able to turnover & flip the Costco Sealy Posturepedic Aldercrest Firm mattress? Thank you!

MattressNerd Says

June 25, 2017 at 3:51 pm

The "Premium" lineup is from 2017, so you can see it on my 2017 comparison chart here: https://www.mattressnerd.com/sealy-2017-comparison-guide/ I don't know which one exactly it would be within that lineup, but it'll be one of those.

Richard Says

June 25, 2017 at 3:45 pm

Seally premium mattress there are circles with symbols inside them I think 4or5 must be the features but one looks like a card with star looking things on upper corner what feature is that

MattressNerd Says

June 13, 2017 at 10:11 am

That looks to be a very old model. I don't know of anything like that currently being sold.

Teresa Erickson Says

June 12, 2017 at 9:07 pm

Sealy Whitlow twin extra long mattress.. price?

Louise Says

May 28, 2017 at 12:51 pm

do you know of a mattress called sealy posturepedic hybrid Cecilia? thank you

Colleen Krowl Says

May 13, 2017 at 8:06 am

Hello, Could you please tell me what Sealy mattress is comparable to the Sealy Posturepedic Auburn plush? Thank you, Colleen

MattressNerd Says

May 2, 2017 at 10:30 pm

I can't help you at all with this. That's something to talk to Sealy about, or Mattress Firm.

Ann Says

May 2, 2017 at 4:50 pm

I bought a Sealy Kelburn outlet mattress from Mattress Firm. They delivered the box springs today but not the mattress, that will come in 3 days. I'm afraid the box springs don't belong with it , just has number 612086 on it. Is that compatible with the Kelburn? Total was 900.00 I'm also afraid if it sags on me that I'm stuck. No returns. Any advice?

Jill Yen Says

April 15, 2017 at 12:41 pm

Is Sealy mattress posturepedic, king size, Ashton MFG stay in form well? Anybody have experience on this, please? There's MFG discount of $100.00 at Costco this week. Thank you. Jill

Waylon Says

March 21, 2017 at 4:29 pm

Is the Sealy Santa Paula III a good mattress?

Rose Says

February 27, 2017 at 9:42 pm

Can you tell me the difference between the Sealy posturpedic select hybrid peacefield king mattress set and sealy posturepedic grant park limited 14 inch cushion firm pillow top mattress set?

Stacey Says

February 13, 2017 at 9:29 pm

We were looking at the Deveraux firm with pillow top. We loved it. It's on sale right now for 1499 at matrresfrim and it's 1099 in Costco ( well I think it is). Would love to know too? Such mixed reviews. I can't picture this mattress dipping in the middle. Wonder if they are mattress firm employees?

Henry Says

February 11, 2017 at 12:40 am

You are wrong. You think you have expertise but you are just there to make a buck. You try to make it so hard to comparison shop by using a different name for the same mattress. Shame on you.

Carolle Says

January 14, 2017 at 8:37 am

Hope you get an answer. I've scoured the Internet too looking for the same mattress or equivalent.

Steve l Says

December 18, 2016 at 11:19 pm

We would like to replace our current sealy posturepedic, sterling enchantment ultra plus pillow top with something similar. California king. Open on brand. Has been a great bed but well over 10 years old. Thank you

Sherri Coyne Says

December 12, 2016 at 9:34 am

We stayed at a hotel on the borderline of Indiana while visiting Chicago and their mattress was totally amazing! My problem I'd like to purchase one for my home but the problem is I can't find it anywhere. Can you please help, it's a Sealy Posturepedic Artesia HD cushion firm mattress?

Ken Says

November 29, 2016 at 10:59 pm

What info do you have on Danube ultra plush by Euro Tex

Micah Says

November 15, 2016 at 12:21 pm

It is a great thing you are doing here and not all salespeople are created equal. Just like buying a car....If it sounds too good to be true it typically is. I worked at a mattress retail establishment and now at an outlet store. The retail establishment has been much more dishonest in every way possible...You wouldn't believe what I've seen and heard. Now working at the outlet establishment I am not nervous or selling products I wouldn't buy myself at the same price I sell them for....typically 50-70% less then Mattress Two or Firm. We don't offer exchanges or comfort guarantees within reason...I have had one comfort exchange and replaced two boxes in a little over a year. I feel good about what I do and am good at putting my customers in the correct bed at the best price. Having said that....I think this site is great for people to understand and help them inform themselves on what could be a huge mistake....Nobody should overpay to make a corporation wealthy or it's employees...Thanks again and keep up the good work.

Larry Manson Says

November 11, 2016 at 9:02 pm

Is the Costco --- Sealy Posturepedic® Plus Series Ashton Cushion Firm Mattress Item #1022154 also 13" $579.99 mattress only the same mattress as Sealy Posturepedic Plus Deveraux 13" Cushion Firm Mattress at Mattress Firm? I see really mixed reviews on the Costco one, some people love it, others hate it. Thanks

MattressNerd Says

October 30, 2016 at 9:00 am

That's correct. They're either exactly the same or have some minor or cosmetic difference.

Amy Jerum Says

October 29, 2016 at 2:18 pm

I'm confused. I want to buy a new mattress for our guest room for my mother-in-law. She went to the place she bought her mattress and likes the "Posturepedic Plus Devereaux 14" pillow top" mattress. I'll buy her whatever she wants. When I look at your chart, does it mean that the laterally listed mattress are comparable or the same?? Please advise. Thanks Amy

Jonathan Says

October 14, 2016 at 2:17 pm

I work in the industry and thoroughly enjoy this website. It does appear that you have some issues with specialty retail stores. Please keep in mind that the name game existed long before there were mattress only retail stores. You also have little to say about license agreements, distribution, and warehousing differences between retailers. To me, the most important factor to ensure customer satisfaction is that they receive a factory fresh new mattress that was handled and stored properly. Most online retailers are way behind the curve in that regard.

MattressNerd Says

October 4, 2016 at 12:40 pm

It wouldn't be either. Sealy significantly changed their models in 2015, so they'll be using both different coils and different foams than the one you got in 2012.

MommaBear Says

October 4, 2016 at 12:25 am

I'm trying to find a comparable replacement for a Sealy PP Bellezza Plush #6872 that was bought in 2012. Do you know if it was a posturepedic or a posturepedic plus? Some Google results have said it's the same as the peppermill drive or the Cooper mountain, but I'm not sure if that's true or not.

MattressNerd Says

August 29, 2016 at 8:34 am

It's tough to tell without waiting a few years for the complaints to come in, but I just don't trust S&F. They put all of their effort into picking materials that "sound luxurious," but don't necessarily increase the quality of the mattress.

Nancy Says

August 28, 2016 at 10:34 am

A lot of bad reviews for the stearns abs foster mattresses regarding sagging prematurely. Loved how they feel in the store but the reviews make me concerned. When I asked a sales person at the store they said they revamped the mattress and corrected the problems, do you know if this is true?

MattressNerd Says

August 20, 2016 at 7:54 am

Not necessarily. I recommend against using an old boxspring, but there are a lot of alternatives. I have an article about boxsprings here.

Chris Says

August 19, 2016 at 11:11 pm

Great site! Do you recommend buying a new box spring anytime you purchase a new mattress?

MattressNerd Says

August 8, 2016 at 9:27 am

None of the new ones will be the same. Sealy overhauled their Posturepedic lineup in 2015, so none will be exact. They'd be vaguely similar to the ones in the rows that begin with Cooper Mountain, but it is by no means the same mattress. (By the way, there were 3 Larkin Lanes... firm, firm pillowtop, plush pillowtop. I don't know which one you mean).

Lily Says

August 7, 2016 at 8:35 pm

Two years ago, we looked for a mattress and were nearly sold on the Larkin Lane from Macys. Then we went to Sears and saw the mattresses were all much cheaper for what appeared to be comparable models, but we couldn't figure out which one was most like the Larkin Lane, and the customer service at Sears was unbelievably bad. We decided we just couldn't justify spending $1000K on a mattress at Macys when we had other financial priorities (student loans, saving up for a downpayment on a house, and a baby on the way), and we did not feel comfortable making a major purchase from Sears. In the end, we became burned out and frustrated by the mattress buying process. We've stuck it out on that horrible mattress for two more years and are now looking for a mattress once again. We still really like the Larkin Lane. Which of the current models do you think would be most similar?

Mimi Says

July 30, 2016 at 8:37 am

Hi Did you find a comparison to this mattress?

MattressNerd Says

July 22, 2016 at 9:26 am

As far as I can tell, they're the same. I'm not aware of Sealy making a separate coil system just for Mattress Firm.

IAbrams Says

July 21, 2016 at 5:41 pm

Your site is super helpful! Re: the Kelburn vs. Cobalt. The salesman at Mattress Firm said that the Posturepedic Hybrid Elite Kelburn 12.5″ uses 13 gauge wire in the coils. I can't find a reliable online listing for the Kelburn ELITE model's coil gauge, but the Cobalt seems to be 13.75". Now, US-Mattress swears that they are the same.

JB Says

July 21, 2016 at 2:46 pm

we are particularly wondering if it's the same as Sears' "Sealy Posturepedic PLUS Leola Cushion Firm Tight Top Queen Mattress"

JB Says

July 20, 2016 at 3:28 pm

Hi MattressNerd, We need help! We slept on our in-laws guest bed recently and fell in love with the mattress. We want to have it at our house. The retailer in Kentucky is called Sleep Outfitters and the mattress was a Sealy Posturepedic Lewisburg Cushion Firm. Where we live in NC there are no Sleep Outfitters. Could you tell us what this is called at Sears or Mattress Firm or somewhere else? Thanks!

Lisa Says

July 19, 2016 at 8:10 am

Thanks for your prompt reply! I totally agree with you but please comment on the Sealy Posturpedic Cherry Hill Cusion Firm Eurotop (it wasn’t on your list- may have replaced Clearbrook that is no longer available). The price for this is significantly different than the Hartfield/Mona BeautyRest so I wanted your opinion if the Beautyrest is that much better, since laying on them, they seemed the same. THANKS!

MattressNerd Says

July 18, 2016 at 8:12 pm

To decide on which one is better for you, you have to lie down on the mattress and see how it feels on your side and on your back. You don't want it so firm that it causes pressure to your body, soft enough that it contours to you, but not so soft that you sag into it like a hammock.

Lisa Says

July 17, 2016 at 10:34 pm

Thanks for all your help! All comments very helpful. I'm buying a bed for my 14 yo, upgrading to a full. Thought I decided on a Beautyrest Harfield from Mattress Firm that is $808 out the door with delivery and tax but went to Macy's to compare with Mona that is $789 plus tax and delivery and I think it is the same. Then I notice a Sealy Posturpedic Cherry Hill Cusion Firm Eurotop (it wasn't on your list- may have replaced Clearbrook that is no longer available) that I really like the comfort. It was much less expensive ($489). What should I do? How do I compare them? Thanks! I'd love not to spend $800 If I don't have to . So confused. Lisa

MattressNerd Says

July 10, 2016 at 1:37 pm

The difference is also in the surface layer. The Silver is in the hybrid line, which means it has a thinner "quilt" layer and you're closer to the foams. If you tried that one and liked it, I'd recommend that one.

Bill Says

July 10, 2016 at 12:13 pm

Thank you for all of the helpful information on your site. I'm trying to decide between the Sealy Posturepedic Charter Pointe from Costco or the Sealy Posturepedic Hybrid Silver from Sears. I believe that the Hybrid is from Sealy's Premier line versus the Plus from Costco but is it worth the large price difference? I am a side sleeper and my wife sleeps on her side and her stomach. Please advise. Thank you

Chuck Says

July 6, 2016 at 5:48 pm

What difference between firm and cushion firm, e.g. Knotty Pines Firm at Macy's vs. Ashton Cushion Firm at Costco?

Sheryl Champy Says

July 5, 2016 at 6:55 pm

Saw the Hawthorne at Costco for 399 for the full set on sale and Wynstone cushion firm eurotop at Sam's for 389 for mattress only. Looking for a full size for son to carry to college. Not looking to spend a fortune but want something decent. Any opinions about these two?

MattressNerd Says

June 29, 2016 at 1:24 pm

That's a model that came out in 2013 and almost nobody sells that anymore, other than Sleepy's and its online sister companies. The Posturepedic lineup underwent a major overhaul in 2015, so the new models you'll find at Sears won't be the same as the Santa Ana.

MattressNerd Says

June 29, 2016 at 1:23 pm

I don't have personal experience with Costco's satisfaction guarantee, but people seem to be happy with them.

TB Says

June 28, 2016 at 7:01 pm

I am looking to buy something comparable to the Sealy Posturepedic Santa Ana Plush from either Sears or Penneys and am having trouble. Thank you!!

JS Says

June 28, 2016 at 11:00 am

Thanks. I was thinking of purchasing at Costco because their return policy appears better than Mattress Firm's. Costco's satisfaction guarantee is unconditional so if the mattress is a dud in the first year or so (within reason) then perhaps one won't have to prove the body impressions are deep enough for a warranty claim plus they offer a full refund. Is Costco's satisfaction guarantee really that good?

MattressNerd Says

June 28, 2016 at 8:00 am

There is no difference between them, and in any case, Mattress Firm has a price guarantee. Take the Costco price to them and have them beat it by 10%. If they claim it's not the same mattress, have them explain to you what the difference is, since you can see that the layers match up exactly. If they give you a hard time and refuse to price match, then maybe you can go to Costco. The Costco reviews don't make a lot of sense, because they have never tried the mattress. You can't really try them in Costco, so if the mattress is softer than what they expected, it's because they have no clue what to expect. It was a completely blind purchase.

MattressNerd Says

June 28, 2016 at 7:55 am

It's tough to say whether it's the exact same mattress. They replaced the Chargrove with that one. It has the same number of coils and is the same height, so it might be the same, but Sears doesn't list all of the specs, so it's tough to be sure.

JS Says

June 27, 2016 at 11:01 pm

I liked the Sealy Plush Pillow Top Deveraux at Mattress Firm because it seems pretty firm underneath--which I want. The reviews reflect that it is firmer than its name suggests. The Costco Meadowdale Plush Euro Pillowtop, cross referenced in your chart, is deeply discounted this week and Costco has a favorable return policy. However, their reviews say it is softer than expected and lots of people are returning it. So what's the difference between them that they get such drastically different reviews?

Aly Says

June 27, 2016 at 5:23 pm

I am looking to get what Mattress Firm called the Sealy Posturepedic Chaleigh 12.5 Plus Mattress. I wanted to see how much Sears is selling it for, so I clicked the link you have listed and it brought me to a mattress under another name than you indicated (Lynnview Plush Euro Top). Is this the same mattress? Thank you!

MattressNerd Says

June 27, 2016 at 7:01 am

I'm not exactly familiar with them, but the ones with 825 coils are in the Posturepedic Plus lineup. The one with 875 coils would be above that, and not too many places carry those.

MattressNerd Says

June 27, 2016 at 6:56 am

I haven't tried the one at Costco, so I don't know for sure (plus, I'm not the "average" person... I have almost 10 years now of trying mattresses professionally), so it's tough to say. I'd imagine that the one at Costco would feel a little firmer, or at least "bottom out" sooner, since you're closer to the coils.

Bob Says

June 26, 2016 at 5:44 pm

Thank you for your wonderful table, I found it to be very helpful. The industry has made buying a mattress very confusing and many of the retail stores do not like publishing mattress specifications. I am considering purchasing a Sealy Posturpedic mattress from Mattress Warehouse. They have three of them on sale Island Magic Plus, Sweetheart Abby Plush Eurotop, and Makaya Plush Europillowtop. The first two allegedly have 825 coils and the Mikaya allegedly has 875 coils. Are you familiar with any of these and where would they reside on your chart? Thanks

Kev in Miami Says

June 26, 2016 at 1:59 pm

So just to clarify... the Sealy Kelburn Elite Hybrid at Mattress Firm and the Costco Hybrid (Costco #1065026 in queen, or 1065021 in King) are the essentially the same but an inch different? Would the average person "feel" any difference? Thanks for a GREAT site!

MattressNerd Says

June 25, 2016 at 5:33 pm

That's only sold at Costco. It's an inch thinner than the lowest end Sealy Hybrid that anybody else sells (That one is called the Cobalt at 13 inches thick... the Costco one is 12 inches).

Wise Finish Says

June 24, 2016 at 1:08 pm

What does the "Sealy Hybrid Queen Mattress" sold by Costco compare to? This Costco Item # 1065026

AM Says

June 22, 2016 at 1:16 pm

Hi, I was trying to find information about Sealy Posturepedic Meadowlark Cushion Firm Euro Top Mattress. I've seen the mattress at JC Penney, but wasn't sure about the price and reviews. Wanted to know which one it compares to at other places. Thanks!

MattressNerd Says

June 15, 2016 at 4:14 pm

That's called the Cobalt Cushion Firm elsewhere. Here's a link to US Mattress. It has the same name elsewhere, and should be about the same price, too.

Ken Says

June 15, 2016 at 12:42 pm

i', trying to find who sells the Sealy Posturepedic Hybrid Kelburn that was in Consumer Report. Is this called something else as well?

AH Says

June 11, 2016 at 11:53 am

Hello, Someone asked this question earlier, but I didn't see a reply. What is the difference between the Sealy Posturepedic Plus Series Meadowdale Cushion Firm Euro Pillowtop Cal King Mattress and the Sealy Posturepedic Plus Series Charter Pointe Cushion Firm Euro Pillowtop Cal King Mattress from Costco? The Meadowdale model is currently on sale (the original prices are the same for both $899), but I want to know if the Meadowdale model is a lower class. Thank you so much.

Stephanie Says

June 4, 2016 at 9:25 am

Very informative information and knowledgeable! Quick to respond to questions you may have.

SDO Says

May 31, 2016 at 3:42 pm

Anyone know what the Sealy Hawthorne Cushion Firm series, sold at Costco, is comparable to? I can't find the specs anywhere!

MattressNerd Says

May 30, 2016 at 7:34 pm

That one's on the chart.

Vincent Scott Says

May 30, 2016 at 12:10 pm

Is there a comparable mattress to Mattress Firm Sealy Caversham et King Prime? I paid $760

MattressNerd Says

May 30, 2016 at 7:23 am

Sealy makes 3 levels of Posturepedic Plus models. The Leola is a step above the lower level one as far as I can tell, and Sears has the Glenborough for the high end, so I'm reasonably sure it's the middle one, which at US Mattress is the Warrenville. So while I'm not 100% confident, because Sears doesn't list the specs, I'm almost sure. Do you have information that points otherwise?

Oricong Says

May 29, 2016 at 10:50 pm

Thanks for good information, But are you sure Warrenville(US-Mattress) and Leola(sears) are same model? I'm confused with these two.

MattressNerd Says

May 29, 2016 at 6:32 am

Because they don't have these models. They still carry the 2013 models.

Dina Says

May 28, 2016 at 10:22 pm

Hey is there a reason why you haven't put sleepy's up there on the chart? I recently walked into the store and was wondering how comparable their prices are on sealy (and other companies), but had nothing to compare the models to..

MattressNerd Says

May 21, 2016 at 10:25 am

They're basically the same mattress. Mattress Firm might use a slightly different formulation of foam to justify the different name, but otherwise they're the same.

Adrianne Klabik Says

May 21, 2016 at 10:19 am

How does the Sealy Posturepedic® Premier Hybrid Series Spring Isle Firm King Mattress Set at Costco compare to the Posturepedic Hybrid Elite Kelburn 12.5" Cushion Firm Mattress sold at Mattress firm? Are these comparable models?

Matt Says

May 16, 2016 at 1:15 pm

Sorry - I meant to be more specific. Is there any comparable model other than already listed in your grid above say at Sears, Macy's, or other retailers? Sorry for any confusion.

Matt Says

May 16, 2016 at 1:12 pm

Loving the information here on this site! Two weeks ago we bought an Ashton Cushion Firm queen sized from Costco but I am still having issues with it disagreeing with my back. It's just a little too soft. Costco now has the Aldercrest on sale for $574.99 for a set. It says no pillow-top which is what I want. Is there a comparable model to the Aldercrest out there? Also, will the Aldercrest actually be firmer than the Ashton Cushion Firm?

MattressNerd Says

May 14, 2016 at 4:13 pm

The Meadowdale is 2.5 inches thinner and 30 pounds lighter. There's just a lot less foam. You can see the specs on the website.

vj Says

May 13, 2016 at 6:27 pm

What is the difference between Sealy Posturepedic Plus Charter pointe and Sealy Posturepedic Plus Meadowdale. Both are Euro pillow top and cushion firm and also price the same.

MattressNerd Says

May 1, 2016 at 10:59 pm

Thanks, you're right. That should be up one spot. Just clicked on the wrong cell as I was making the sheet. It's fixed now.

Jim Says

May 1, 2016 at 5:42 pm

Nerd, Thanks for breaking down the different models per retailer. It helped us compare and buy a new Posturepedic. You do have an error in your comparisons though. Where you have: Warrenville Cushion Firm Leola Cushion Firm Knotty Pines Firm Ashton Cushion Firm The Knotty Pines Firm belongs in the group above. It does not have the cushion top. This was a little confusing for us trying to compare the Macy's model, which we liked, but was way too expensive, to the others at Sears.

MattressNerd Says

April 24, 2016 at 1:00 pm

Sweet! I love taking money out of the pockets of big corporations and putting it into the pockets of regular customers.

Eric Stelljes Says

April 23, 2016 at 3:15 pm

My wife and I just spent over $1600 on a mattress set at a local store that you cover in the comparisons above who advertises a best price guarantee, plus 10% if a better price is found within 120 days. When we got home, i did a simple search and found your site that gave me the identical mattress from another source and at a substantially lower cost. The store we purchased from just refunded me $577 for the price differential, plus 10%, and free delivery!!!! I can't thank you enough for the information you provided here!

MattressNerd Says

April 15, 2016 at 4:27 pm

That one is on my comparison chart above.

Mikki Says

April 13, 2016 at 1:37 pm

I'm looking at the Sealy Posturepedic Plus Series Ashton Cushion Firm Queen set online at Costco listed for $579.99. Does this go under a different name at local mattress store? Costco says 2-4 weeks delivery but I need to buy a bed this weekend for the in-laws that are coming to visit. Thanks!

Sheri Says

April 8, 2016 at 7:53 pm

I'm looking at a queen size Sealy Posturepedic Meadowlark Plush European Top mattress & boxspring at JcPenneys. I'm not finding any reviews on it--and wondering what the comparison name might be or if you knew anything about it. We are wanting a quality mattress that is comfortable-- not a firm mattress.

greg Says

April 5, 2016 at 12:31 pm

hi Did you receive an answer? We are deciding between the Charter Pointe and Meadowdale. We will probably choose the Meadowdale comfort firm. Any advice would be appreciated. Thank you! Greg

Amanda Says

March 25, 2016 at 2:38 pm

I currently have options for the Barryton Ultra plush, a Prefered Posturepedic and a Chapman Plush. Preference of those three as far as quality?

Rachel Says

March 24, 2016 at 8:13 am

Just as a heads up, I called Sealy, because why not, and have found out that the Sears equivalent of the Inland Greens/Ashlin firm is the Carrsville. Same coil count, same everything. The picture just looks different in regards to the box spring to which Sealy replied, and I'm paraphrasing "It doesn't matter which dealer you order from, you'll receive the same box spring because it's the same mattress." I even got US-Mattress to do a price match even though they questioned the box spring. As a heads up as well, US-Mattress will only come down on price to match an out the door price, meaning a total with delivery and tax, if the store/company charges delivery and/or collects sales tax even though US Mattress doesn't collect sales tax. So, if I had taken them up on their price match offer, they'd match my out the door price at Sears of $364.62 (this includes the tax and delivery from Sears) but then I'd have to claim sales tax on the $364.62 on my yearly taxes as an internet order that didn't collect sales tax, because US Mattress doesn't collect tax. So, I'd save $21 and change just by sticking with Sears. I wish I knew this site existed before I started calling mattress companies like a crazy person and trying to haggle with mattress sales people about what was "comparable".

MattressNerd Says

March 19, 2016 at 9:50 am

It's not in the above comparison chart because that's a Serta, not a Sealy. It's very difficult to compare Serta Perfect Sleepers because there are so many models, and very little overlap among the retailers on who carries which models. Such a comparison chart would be about 50 rows long and very few actual comparisons.

Dee Says

March 17, 2016 at 12:14 pm

Hi: We are now looking at the Serta Perfect Sleeper Elite Fawnridge Pillow Top at U-S Mattress but I don't see it above in your comparison chart. We wanted to try it out before we purchased it. Is there a comparable one at Macys? Thanks!!!

MattressNerd Says

March 6, 2016 at 2:02 pm

You're right, I placed that in the wrong slot on the chart. I am correcting this.

MattressNerd Says

March 6, 2016 at 2:00 pm

The mattress shouldn't develop a 1.5 inch sag no matter what; that's a warranty issue, as you've pointed out. Buying a firmer mattress and a separate topper won't solve the problem... it's just removing the foam that comes with it and adds a third party foam in its place, which won't be under warranty. That means if the topper starts to sag, you just have to throw it out and buy a new topper. If it's built into the mattress and it starts to sag, you get a new mattress for free.

Harold McGriff Says

March 6, 2016 at 1:00 pm

Your 2015 Comparison Guide for Sealy Posturepedic Plus puts Costco's Charter Pointe with Us Mattress's Warrenville, while the specs would seem to put it with USM's Barrett Court, a step up. Which is right? Costco's current price would be far to good to pass up it it is really the equivalent of Barrett Court or Mattress Firm's SedgeBrook or Sear's Glenbourough, all of which are significantly higher priced.

Jordan Says

March 6, 2016 at 11:23 am

Your website is great! We purchased a Sealy Posturepedic Chapman Plush King from Costco in 2013 and its developed a large 1.5" valley on one side where I sleep. I'm heavier (250lbs) and a side sleeper and I'm debating what to do next. The mattress was great comfort-wise for the first few years. If we buy an equivalent mattress from Costco today is it going to develop the same problem? Will the construction between the 2013 variety and the 2016 variety have changed? The Sealy Posturepedic Plus Meadowdale appears to be the equivalent (inner spring, cushion-firm) today. I had read elsewhere that one solution to the valley problem is to buy a firmer mattress and a separate topper. Is this at all prudent? Are there any other solutions and/or mattress varieties we should be considering to avoid the valley? This will have been the second mattress we've been through in recent years due to this issue (the previous one was replaced by warranty as likely will this one). This is one of the reasons I've continued to purchase from Costco despite less selection. Should I look elsewhere for something else specifically that is cushion-firm but can support heavier weights? Thanks for your help.

Alex Says

March 4, 2016 at 6:50 pm

Also interested in this question. They are $50 apart on Costco.com. That's the only difference I noticed.

Alex Says

March 3, 2016 at 1:48 am

Thank you for taking the time to create this website. Not sure how many people you have helped; must be in the hundreds, maybe thousands. I'm looking for a mattress and have been a little overwhelmed. I want a cushion-firm with good edge support. This evening, I paid a visit to Mancini's Sleepworld here in the Bay Area and I like these: BeautyRest Dayana, Cecilia, and Eva, and Serta Afficionado. Can't find anything comparable on the web, but I'm sure that's because the names are different. Any idea what I would be looking for and how much I should pay? I also found a few online that are under $1,000, like the Sealy Meadowale, but there is no way to test the mattress prior to purchasing, or is there? I look forward to your feedback. Thanks in advance!!!

MattressNerd Says

February 29, 2016 at 3:18 pm

If I had to just pick a random mattress blindly, without knowing any of your needs, I'd recommend the Leesa mattress, which just started shipping to Canada. The reason for this is they have a free return policy, so if you don't like it, you get all of your money back. Otherwise, I'd struggle to recommend any specific mattress without knowing what you're looking for.

Leah Says

February 29, 2016 at 9:56 am

Hi there, I live in Ontario, Canada and I am trying to find a mattress. I have no real necessities I need in a mattress. But I am hoping for a quality mattress for a decent price. What brand would you generally support? Serta, Sealy? Simmons? Or any other ones?

Chris Says

February 21, 2016 at 9:46 am

Looking into an E level plush mattress comparable to Sealy Posturepedic Encore CSS Plush. Any suggestions?

Ken Vogel Says

February 15, 2016 at 12:58 pm

Great website; really cuts through all the industry jargon. Thanks so much for it. We're trying to decide between a luxury firm mattress and a regular firm mattress (the two we're looking at are being offered for similar prices by Sears: Beautyrest World Class Willow Springs Luxury Firm and Sealy Posturepedic Hearst II Firm). Any thoughts you have would be appreciated on how much of a difference there is between the two in terms of firmness. Thanks again for the great site!

MattressNerd Says

February 14, 2016 at 10:16 am

The Sealy Posturepedic Plus series has 825 coils in a queen, by definition.

ann Says

February 13, 2016 at 2:50 pm

Regarding the Sealy Posturepedic Ashton Mattress from Costco, I too have been looking at it. Per Costco is it in the Sealy Plus series, but they cannot tell me the number of coils. I'm trying to compare to the Sealy Posturepedic Plus Hearst mattress, that we purchased for our son from Sears. Any thoughts would be appreciated.

Emily Says

February 10, 2016 at 7:27 pm

I too would like to know about the Sealy Posturpedic Ashton Mattress from Costco. Is the deal too good to be true? It's $479.95 for the queen set.

Jan Says

February 10, 2016 at 12:56 am

What is the difference between the Sealy Posturepedic Plus Series Meadowdale Cushion Firm Euro Pillowtop Cal King Mattress Set and the Sealy Posturepedic Plus Series Charter Pointe Cushion Firm Euro Pillowtop Cal King Mattress Set from Costco? Thank you so much.

Alton Robinson Says

February 5, 2016 at 2:26 pm

I didn't see the reply to Linda Passon-McNally's remarks on January 20. I am leaning toward purchasing the Ashton Mattress this weekend at Costco. Thoughts???

MattressNerd Says

January 31, 2016 at 8:57 am

The Dunsley is kind of an entry-level mattress, but it isn't bad. It's a great price for what you get.

JON Says

January 29, 2016 at 1:14 pm

Hi, MattressNerd, thank you in advance for this wonderful page:). As you may know, sears is having closeout sale for mattresses, and Dunsley Cushion Firm Queen size is now $250+shipping. Do you think it's good enough to buy(quality-wise, price-wise) or do you recommend spending some more to get better one. (Currently I use amazon's mattress(Signature Sleep Contour 8-Inch Mattress, Full) and I don't like it so much,.

MattressNerd Says

January 24, 2016 at 4:29 pm

That one is called the Cobalt at most other places. Here's the link to that model on US Mattress, but you can also find it other places.

Dawn Says

January 24, 2016 at 1:14 pm

I am looking at purchasing the Kelburn Hybrid Firm mattress from Mattress Firm. Would you have any advice on this product? Also, is there an equivalent to this model at any other store? Thank you!

Emma Says

January 20, 2016 at 9:38 am

OMG you are the best! This comparison chart helped me a lot, thanks a bunch

Linda Passon-McNally Says

January 20, 2016 at 1:37 am

Help - the more I shop the more confused I get. I'm looking at replacing our queen mattress that sits on a platform so I need mattress only. Saw a Sealy Posturepedic Plus Ashton at Costco online at a good price of $480 but my Costco store didn't have a sample. Tried to find the equivalent in a retail mattress store. The models they had were called Washington Blvd and Beale St which were much pricier. Is there any similarity or is the Ashton much older? Macy's carries the models Market Street and Grant Park. How do they compare with the other models? I like the Sealy products but would consider other makers. Thank you for any help you can give. This is an invaluable service.

MattressNerd Says

December 27, 2015 at 11:59 am

Have you tried it? I can't really tell you whether it will be good for you in particular, and there isn't a free return policy (I don't think, anyway), so I'd recommend going into Sears and lying on it for a while to see if it works for you.

Bonita Says

December 26, 2015 at 12:27 pm

Im considering purchase of a Sealy Posteurpedic Hargrove plush mattress. Is this a good mattress for back pain and arthritis in hip. Thank you.

Nato Says

December 7, 2015 at 11:42 pm

Hello! Thanks for all the insight! I bought a Caversham Firm (mattress only) from Mattress Firm today. They sold it to me for $380 which was almost 50% off. Then I found your site and noticed that the Sears Dunsley cushion firm was a similar product and it was only $260!!! I called up Mattress Firm and and even though the have a price match + 10% or it's free guarantee, they would not match it- so much for a guarantee! Anyway, they canceled the sale and now I'm trying to decide on the Sealy Posturepedic Dunsley cushion firm or the Sealy firm Talworth. They're both about the same price but I can't figure out the difference. I just want a firm bed. I have major back issues and this will be my 3rd bed in less that two years. Thanks for your help!

MattressNerd Says

November 30, 2015 at 9:52 pm

Individually wrapped coils are generally better. Sears has some great prices on those models, so I'd recommend trying those out if you haven't. Otherwise, it's still a pretty decent price, especially if it includes the mattress covers.

Scott Says

November 30, 2015 at 10:59 am

My mistake, It is the plush version, not the pillow top. He is a typical 15yr old, tried it out, "its OK" So would you recommend the individually wrapped coils vs this one? Does sleepys carry the wrapped version? I would try the Leesa, but thats $800+. , I thought the 675 price delivered, with 2 mattress covers was pretty good....I am just leary about the sinking in/divot issues with softer mattresses...the other option there was the Santa Anna firm...

MattressNerd Says

November 30, 2015 at 10:39 am

The Santa Ana is an older model. Posturepedic switched to using individually wrapped coils in almost all of their lineup (except for the lowest end model). So, that's why it's not on this year's chart. It isn't the same as any of the ones that anybody else carries. At Sleepy's, the pillowtop Santa Ana is actually firmer than the plush model. The pillowtop uses denser foams, so you won't sink as far into it. Did your son try the mattress? Whichever he felt most comfortable on would be the best.

Scott Says

November 29, 2015 at 9:26 pm

Thanks for this site!! Mattress buying is crazy!!! I was looking at sleepys today at the Santa Anna plush mattress. Couple questions..is it prudent to get a pillow top? I saw the Santa Anna on 2014 chart , not this years..Is this a good mattress? (pricing with box spring is around $675 on sale)..This is for my 15 yr old son..5'10 165lbs, stomach/side sleeper...

Jessica Says

November 28, 2015 at 10:06 pm

Thank you so much for this page. We tried a mattress at Mattress Firm we loved and their Black Friday price was $1099. I tried to price match but I couldn't find the mattress anywhere else. I found and used your table to find the different name, but same mattress, and got it for $650 from Sears' Black Friday sale! You saved me well over $450 on the same exact mattress. You are AWESOME!

MattressNerd Says

November 23, 2015 at 6:43 pm

It's a decent mattress. Sears generally has the lowest price on Posturepedics, so it's usually a good bet to buy from them.

Ish Says

November 23, 2015 at 5:10 pm

You're doing a great service.... I've been looking for months to replace our queen and buy my son a full xl... very difficult to gage... been to Jerome's, Ashley, Mor, Costco, Big Lots, Kmart, Walmart, Macy's and JCP... Currently looking at Sealy Dunsley because of the special price... what do you think?

Marisa Says

November 10, 2015 at 9:27 am

Have you heard of the Sealy Noreland Posturepedic or Sealy Ironbridge? Also thinking about the bed in a box options. I like Leesa reviews but it concerns me that people get money if they recommend them to other people. Do you like Bed in a Bag or Loom and Leaf? Thanks. This is all very overwhelming

MattressNerd Says

November 4, 2015 at 9:44 pm

That'll be the same as either the Cooper Mountain Firm or the Cooper Mountain Cushion Firm. It's a little tough to tell because the website I found the Queensland Bay on is a little short on specifics, and the two firmnesses are very similar.

Susan Says

November 4, 2015 at 9:16 pm

I recently tried a Sealy Posturepedic Queensland Bay firm mattress in a furniture store and found it very promising. Do you know what that model is called elsewhere? Where does it fall in terms of quality? We have had excellent experience with sealy in the past. Currently have a Simmons that has literally fallen apart in a few years.

juliana Says

November 2, 2015 at 11:07 pm

Hi, We're looking for a king size mattress and we've liked a few of the Sealy Posturpedic ones: specifically the Deveraux (at Mattress Firm), and the Hearst Firm, Chargrove Cushion Form Euro Pillow Top and Leola UltraFirm (At Sears). They are all about $1000 (the complete set). Before we go ahead and buy one I've got 3 questions: 1. Any recommendations amongst those references I mentioned? Is any of them better that the other? 2. Which store would you say has the best prices? Sears says they have 50% discount but their prices as the same as everywhere and MattressFirm had a $1600 mattress and they're offering it for $1000, so I have no idea what's really fair after this. 3. And most importantly!!!: If I'm spending $1000 on this I want to make sure that it's worth it. I'd prefer to buy a mattress for about $600 - $700. If I do, would I be sacrificing a lot in quality? Could you recommend one at that price point? Thank- you so much for your post. It's been very useful.

MattressNerd Says

October 22, 2015 at 7:45 pm

Not exactly, no. Costco is still using the models that came out in 2013, whereas the ones on this chart came out this year. Sealy made some big changes to the lineup this year, so it won't be exactly the same as any of them.

Sherry Says

October 22, 2015 at 12:15 pm

Is the Sealy Posturepedic Barnhard Plush Euro Pillowtop sold at Costco the same as any of the names of these mattresses for comparison purposes?

Kathy Says

October 13, 2015 at 1:19 pm

My husband and I have been looking for a good mattress for years. We had a hand me down for years. Then bit the bullet and bought the tempurpedic it bothered his back so we had a salesman tell me they liked the restonic. Less than 2 years later we roll to the middle. Of course there is a 1 1/2" sag rule so we miss it by 1/4" difference so no exchange!! Tell me what brand do u like that won't sag in the middle. We have spent $6000 on mattresses in last 5 years.

MattressNerd Says

October 13, 2015 at 11:48 am

There very likely isn't a "current name for the same mattress." If it's an older mattress, then it's no longer being made. This year's models are very different from last year's models.

R Smith Says

October 13, 2015 at 11:25 am

I just stayed at a friend's and love the Sealy Posturepedic Auburn Plush mattress they have but I know it is an older one. By chance do you know what the current name might be for this same mattress? ...and I am debating queen or king currently, so pricing info qould4be welcome if this is one of those you rep. Thanks.

MattressNerd Says

September 30, 2015 at 12:40 pm

No, it is not. The Santa Ana is an older model, plus it uses the old school "classic" coils in which the coils are all tied together. The Grant Park uses the "embrace" coils which are individually pocketed. The Grant Park is a step up from the Santa Ana.

K B Says

September 30, 2015 at 10:26 am

Is the "Sealy Posturepedic Grant Park Cushion Firm Euro Pillow Top mattress" that is listed on Consumer Reports the same thing as the "SEALY POSTUREPEDIC SANTA ANA CUSHION FIRM EURO PILLOWTOP MATTRESS" that is sold by Sleepys?

Doug Says

August 29, 2015 at 10:56 am

We bought the Grant Park Plush king size at Macy's and and are very pleased with it. A house guest visiting us tried it and wanted to know how it is identified by Sealy in order to get one in a queen size. Thanks.

Marietta Mudgett Says

August 28, 2015 at 3:46 pm

Looking for a full-size mattress for guest bedroom. Department stores charge a hefty amount for delivery. Budget around $5oo - $600. Any suggestions re local vs online and brand model? Thank you. I enjoy your site.

Kae Says

August 17, 2015 at 8:56 am

Thanks for your response! I'm actually open to any brand/manufacturer that will fit my needs. If you have any suggestions for another brand, that would be great. Thanks for your help. I appreciate it.

Valerie Says

August 16, 2015 at 1:27 pm

We are looking at purchasing a king size mattress. We are interested in the Sealy Grant Park Plush/Cushion Firm Euro Pillow Top at Macy's. Can you tell me if there is something comparable to this cheaper elsewhere or online? Thanks!

MattressNerd Says

August 15, 2015 at 8:22 pm

"Plush firm" is another name for "cushion firm" usually, which seems to be what you're looking for. If you're looking for a Sealy, since this is the post you're commenting on, something like the Warrenville/Leola Cushion Firm would be good, though that might be pushing the boundaries of your budget depending on the exact sale those companies are having that week.

Kae Says

August 15, 2015 at 3:22 pm

Looking for a king size mattress and box spring. I live in Seattle. Have back problems; drs. want me to have surgery, but not sure when that will happen. I do like firm, but not "sleeping on the floor" firm. From your website I have learned that individually wrapped coils are a big plus. My budget is modest: 1K-1.2k. Would like delivery, set up and take away as well. I have identified a few, but would like your read on what might be a good fit. Also, what is plush firm? Thanks.

jennifer Says

August 10, 2015 at 8:49 pm

Hi, Do you have more information available on the Sealy Cushion firm Noranda and West Plains mattresses? http://www.jcpenney.com/sealy-posturepedic-noranda-cushion-firm-euro-top-mattress-box-spring/prod.jump?ppId=pp5002540881&searchTerm=noranda&catId=SearchResults&_dyncharset=UTF-8&colorizedImg=DP0311201317014951M.tif http://www.jcpenney.com/sealy-posturepedic-west-plains-cushion-firm-ept-mattress-box-spring/prod.jump?ppId=pp5002540889&searchTerm=west+plains&catId=SearchResults&_dyncharset=UTF-8&colorizedImg=DP0311201317020008M.tif Specifically how they compare on the above chart. thanks!

Josh Says

July 27, 2015 at 8:43 pm

sorry which model it compares too. Thanks!

Josh Says

July 27, 2015 at 8:41 pm

Could you tell me which one on the chart the Noranda cushion-firm euro top from jcpenny? Here is a link. http://www.jcpenney.com/sealy-posturepedic-noranda-cushion-firm-euro-top-mattress-box-spring/prod.jump?ppId=pp5002540881&catId=cat100240132&deptId=dept20000012&Ns=BS&Ns=BS&_dyncharset=UTF-8 Thanks! Great site!

MattressNerd Says

July 7, 2015 at 9:41 am

A boxspring can be placed under the mattress to raise it up. Though, I don't know much about "European box springs." Do you mean the size? Unfortunately, I wouldn't know where to find a European-sized boxspring in the US.

MattressNerd Says

July 7, 2015 at 9:38 am

Glad you like it. I get endless hate from Mattress Firm salesmen, so it's good to hear another perspective. Though I must say, I just checked your website, and there are some pretty high prices there. maybe you have lower prices in store. For example, compare this Beautyrest at Mattress One to the same one at mattress.com. At the time of writing this, yours is $1400 for the queen set vs $770 at mattress.com. Your Sealys seem more reasonable, at least.

Diane Says

July 7, 2015 at 12:08 am

We recently acquired a european mattress that sits in frame with slats on the bottom. The mattress sits on the slats but seems very low. Should a box spring be placed under the mattress? And where in the US do we find a european box spring?

ART D Says

July 6, 2015 at 3:43 pm

Just want to give you "kuddos" and say thank you for this site. I work for Mattress 1 One and your comparison charts have helped me close numerous deals because our prices are much cheaper than most online dealers US Mattress and 1800 Mattress... not to mention we absolutely destroy Mattress Firm's ridiculous pricing! Thanks, keep up the good work!

MattressNerd Says

June 28, 2015 at 7:45 am

You don't know what you're talking about when you claim that websites don't have exchanges, returns, or comfort trials. US Mattress and 1800 Mattress both have comfort exchanges better than you can get in most stores. They don't charge you a fortune, and they don't make you box up the mattress. You can lie to your customers all you want to trick them into buying from you, but it's not going to work here. Also, keep in mind that the mattress retailers are the ones that offer the price guarantee. They just don't expect to ever use it because they do shady things like changing the name of the mattress. People are choosing to purchase online because people like you are dishonest with them. You shouldn't be surprised.

Dee Dee Says

June 27, 2015 at 5:43 pm

I would like to point out to you that you are doing a service in helping others compare mattresses easier but I find it wrong that you tell people to purchase online or demand a price match in-store. I work for a mattress store those sites don't have to pay employees to be knowledgeable and help. I lose opportunities to sell because people are just coming in to test what they plan to purchase online anyway and I can't get to everyone in my store. Websites take money out of my pocket that I rely on to live and even when us retailers price match the prices of online- you are getting SO much less amenities. No exchanges, returns, comfort trials, knowledge of what would help customers and not just a good price, and those sites make you box up and pay a fortune to ship back a bed if you are dissatisfied but you don't disclose anything on your site about that. I think I should be paid for my expertise but you talk about mattress sales people like they don't earn the money they get and it's completely fine for customers to LITERALLY take money out of our pockets. You know a lot about mattresses but you have no clue about anything else.

AJ Says

June 16, 2015 at 12:09 pm

Thank You! I bought a Ashaway

MattressNerd Says

June 10, 2015 at 11:31 am

They are different brands with different types of coils, so it's tough to compare just the number of coils. They're constructed differently, and there are other factors than the number of coils that come into play. They're roughly the same overall quality, it all comes down to which you felt better supported you and which was most comfortable.

AJ Says

June 8, 2015 at 9:02 pm

How is the Chaleigh compared to BeautyRest Ashaway from MattressFirm. I just got an Chaleigh from MattressFirm thinking that it had 800 coild, but just got to know that Chaliegh has only 704 coils as you mentioned above while Ashaway has way more 850 coild. what do you think is better between both ? Thanks a lot for sharing this. It is helping me a lot in buying as this is my first one. :)

Harriet Says

May 31, 2015 at 4:24 pm

Thanks for sharing experience !

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