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Shopping for a mattress can be overwhelming, confusing, and just plain annoying. The Mattress Nerd is here to help. Buying Tips, Discounts, Ratings, and Reviews. Let's find your mattress.
Saatva is one of the first direct-to-consumer online mattress companies. However, the Saatva mattress is a little different from the other "mattress-in-a-box" companies out there. Click here to learn more.
You can expect to pay $1,000+ for many of the top name brands out there. But for those that are on a budget but still want a trendy bed-in-a-box, Nectar may be just what you're looking for.
Is Puffy the "internet’s most comfortable mattress" like they claim? Well, we'll say this...you can catch some serious ZZZ's on this thing. Read on for more.
If you've considered buying a mattress in a box, then you've probably heard of Casper. They may not have been the first, but they certainly made compressed mattresses cool..
The DreamCloud luxury hybrid mattress was built to give sleepers a dreamlike sleeping experience. It is a big mattress and is often considered one of the most affordable luxury mattresses.
The Signature is a customizable hybrid mattress, made by in-house by Brooklyn. Offering, soft, medium, and firm, they probably have a version that you'll enjoy.
Buying Tips, Discounts, Ratings, and Reviews. Everything you need to know about the Allswell mattresses models. Read to find the best deals online!
T&N is now backed by an industry giant, but their product hasn't changed. It’s one of the more inexpensive options out there, but you get a lot for what you pay.
Thinking about a Tempurpedic but don't like the price? Check out these alternatives.
Learn what a box spring actually is, what is does, and how it can elongate the life of your mattress.
Think you need an adjustable base? Find out what all the buzz is about.
You should consider a mattress protector. This is why.
Online or brick-and-mortar? Here I will take a look at some of the pros and cons of buying a mattress at both.
In 2014, Jack Mitcham, the founder of The Mattress Nerd, set out to make consumers feel more confident and comfortable when deciding which mattress to buy. Jack had spent a total of 7 years as a retail mattress salesman and experienced first hand just how uncomfortable and stressful buying a mattress can be.
So Jack created Mattress Nerd as a platform to share his knowledge and help countless (and sleepless) people find the mattress that best fit their needs. Jack couldn’t be in every mattress store, helping every customer. Mattress Nerd is the next best thing.
Today, The Mattress Nerd has grown into a resource that millions of people trust and turn to for answers about choosing the best mattress for their individual needs. The Mattress Nerd team has also grown and is led by a group of sleep geeks who carry on Jack’s passion and spirit for helping consumers.