Mattress One Review

Disclosure: By clicking on the product links in this article, Mattress Nerd may receive a commission fee at no cost to you, the reader. Read full disclosure statement.

Mattress One Review

Mattress One has been in the mattress industry for more than 17 years. As one of the largest retailers in the United States for bedding and mattresses, their brick-and-mortar presence is primarily in the south in states like Florida, Georgia, and Texas. They focus on selling name-brand mattresses like Sealy, Tempur-Pedic, and Serta.

Mattress One offers more than 40 mattress models, so you’ll find an innerspring, hybrid, or foam style to suit your preferences. How do Mattress One’s options fare according to customers? And what are the mattresses available from Mattress One that we’d recommend? In this guide, we’re sharing our top five mattresses available at Mattress one along with a buyers’ guide to shopping at this popular retailer. 

Top 5 Mattresses Available at Mattress One


Reason to Buy

Tempur-Pedic is a luxury brand with a reputation that almost guarantees that you’ll be happy with your purchase. Their all-foam models consistently conform better, provide above-average pain and pressure relief, and offer better motion isolation than other mattresses. If you sleep hot, they offer hybrids with exceptional temperature neutrality and strong edge support. Mattress One carries more than one dozen Tempur-Pedic models, all of which come with Tempur-Pedic’s 10-year warranty.

RELATED: Best Luxury Mattresses


Reason to Buy

Stearns and Foster mattresses are known for being a luxury option at a relatively affordable price. They come with a 10-year warranty and have excellent motion isolation, conformity, and edge support. Mattress One carries Stearns and Foster’s Reserve Collection, which is the company’s top of the line collection. All models offered at Mattress One feature a hybrid pillowtop for exceptional comfort. These mattresses start at $1,199 and can cost up to $3,399, and they come with Stearns and Foster’s 10-year warranty.


Reason to Buy

Sealy is well regarded as a mattress manufacturer, with an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and mostly positive reviews for their mattresses on third-party websites. At Mattress One, Sealy mattresses are available for as little as $799 and can cost up to nearly $2,500. In general, Sealy buyers are satisfied with their purchase, but you’ll want to consult with a Mattress One salesperson prior to deciding. Sealy mattresses are available in Twin size and larger and come with Sealy’s 10-year warranty.


Reason to Buy

Just three Gelform by Sealy mattresses are available at Mattress One, and they range from $599 to $1,099, depending on the size and the model. Gelform mattresses are available in Twin, Full, Queen, and King sizes, and they vary in thickness. Warranty information about Gelform mattress isn’t available online. 


Reason to Buy

Mattress One sells Sleep Inc. mattresses feature a cooling Tencel cover, foam encasements, and pocketed springs. They’re available in two firmness levels, plush soft and firm, and sizes from Twin to California King. In general, it seems that most customers like their Sleep Inc. mattress initially, but they tend to sag quickly. Firmer varieties are a little more durable, but be sure to read reviews and ask a Mattress One representative for help. Sleep Inc. mattresses come with a 10-year limited warranty.


Online Alternatives 

While it’s nice to walk into a brick-and-mortar store to see and feel mattresses, nothing beats the convenience of online shopping. 

Mattress One has a shoppable website, and some of the brands carried by Mattress One have their own websites through which you can purchase products, like Serta, Sealy, and Nectar. Otherwise, online retailers like,,, and may have a selection you’d be satisfied with. 

Pro and Cons of Buying In-Store vs. Online

The wide range of stores and online mattress websites makes mattress shopping more flexible than ever before, but what’s the best way to buy? The answer depends on your preferences.

If it’s important that you physically test out a mattress prior to purchasing it, a brick-and-mortar store is your best bet. After all, whether or not you’re happy with the mattress ultimately depends on how it feels to you. Another advantage of shopping in-store is the expertise you can glean from salespeople. Assuming they’re not pushy (some work on commission), they’ll can answer questions honestly and guide you in your decision. Brick-and-mortar stores can offer friendly return policies and trial periods, though not all do. Mattress One offers 120 to 180-day return and trial periods, and all products come with the manufacturer’s warranty. Delivery is free in some areas with a minimum purchase of $799. 

On the downside, brick-and-mortar mattress stores can’t offer the variety that’s available via the Internet. Comparison shopping online is a cinch thanks to websites like Google, filtering tools, customer reviews, and other design elements. Also, be wary of markups in brick-and-mortar stores. Their overhead is higher than an online retailer’s, so they pass costs on to the consumer to make a profit. 

In the ideal scenario, you’d do a little of both in your mattress shopping journey: test out models in-store and then comparison shop online for the best price. In reality, most individuals don’t have the time for that. Choose the option you feel most comfortable with, taking into consideration markups, delivery and return policies, and customer service quality, and you’ll be on your way to a better night’s sleep with your new mattress.