Tomorrow Sleep Memory Foam review

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The Tomorrow Sleep Memory Foam mattress is the entry-level mattress in Tomorrow Sleep’s lineup. (If you’re interested in the higher-end Hybrid model, you can see my review here). Tomorrow Sleep is the “direct-to-consumer” arm of Serta Simmons Bedding (which also makes the Simmons Beautyrest and Serta iComfort lineups).

In this article I will review the quality and price of the Tomorrow Memory Foam mattress as well as how the mattress feels.

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The Tomorrow Sleep memory foam mattress.


The Tomorrow Sleep Memory Foam mattress is an all-foam mattress that’s pretty straightforward in its construction.

There are three layers:

  • 1″ of 2.8 pound density memory foam
  • 2″ of 2.5 pound density memory foam with a “Gel Swirl”
  • 7″ of 2.0 pound density high resiliency foam for support.

The first two layers are a little less dense than average, but the bottom layer is a bit stronger than average.

Based on this construction, I’d definitely say this mattress is designed for shorter-term use, or as a guest room, or dorm room, or something along those lines. The core of the mattress (the 7″ layer of HR foam) is high density (most places will use 1.8 pound density or less), so it won’t lose support over time. However, I would expect the top layers to wear out and be less comfortable in a few years of nightly use.

Tomorrow Sleep Memory Foam mattress

Here you can see a breakdown of the 3 layers of the Tomorrow Sleep memory foam mattress

How it feels

The Tomorrow Sleep Memory Foam mattress is quite firm. I’ve only had it for a week at the time of writing this, so it really hasn’t had a chance to “break in” (I suspect if I used it every night for a month it would get a little softer, like most mattresses… that’s why many companies require you to keep the mattress for 30 days before returning it). But even still, I don’t think it will get too much softer.

For that reason, I’d recommend this more for people who sleep on their back or stomach. If you’re a side sleeper, the mattress just won’t contour enough around your shoulders or hips to be comfortable. (That is, unless you’re sure you prefer an extra-firm mattress. If so, you know what you like.)


In my opinion, the main reason to get the Tomorrow Sleep Memory Foam mattress is for the price. It retails for $795 in a queen size, but they gave me a coupon, NERD125 for $125 off, which means it only costs $670 for the queen. (See the chart below for the other sizes).

SizeRetail PricePrice with coupon code NERD125
Twin XL$535$410
Cal King$995$870

This is a bit less expensive than many other options. The Tomorrow Sleep Hybrid mattress, for example, is roughly $200-$250 more depending on size, and that’s about an average price for a direct-to-consumer mattress.

Warranty and return policy

The Tomorrow Sleep Memory Foam has a 10 year warranty against physical defects and a 365 night return policy.


The warranty is in line with industry standards, but please note that it only covers things like the mattress sagging or the foam  not expanding out of the box. It does not cover comfort. I would not expect this mattress (or any mattress really) to be just as comfortable 10 years from now as the day you got it. Based on the materials, I’d expect you to get a good 4-5 years of comfort life out of this mattress with every night use.

Return policy

The mattress also has a 365 day return policy, which is better than most direct-to-consumer mattresses. Most will give you about 100 days. They ask you to keep the mattress for 30 days (this this gives the mattress a chance to “break in” like a pair of shoes), but after that, you get a full refund of the purchase price, and they’ll come and pick up the mattress.


The Tomorrow Sleep Memory Foam mattress is a decent mattress for the price. There are better options out there if you’re willing to pay more, but if you’re looking for something relatively inexpensive, this is a great choice. This is especially true if you want the mattress to be backed by one of the largest mattress manufacturers in the world (Serta Simmons Bedding).

In short, if you’re looking for a guest room mattress, a mattress to get you through college, something for a summer home, or just plan to upgrade in a few years, the Tomorrow Sleep Memory Foam is a good choice.

If you want something more substantial, I’d recommend the Tomorrow Sleep Hybrid mattress. You can read my review of the hybrid here.

Click here to buy the Tomorrow Sleep Memory Foam mattress and use coupon code NERD125 for $125 off.

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