Amazon offers a wide range of affordably-priced foam, latex and hybrid mattresses — some of which are even cheaper than on the individual retailer’s site. And if you’re a Prime member, you can cash in on benefits like free two-day shipping and zero-interest financing for 12 months.
Tuft & Needle manufactures its popular bed-in-a-box mattresses right here in the USA. Its Original model features adaptive foam that conforms to your body while keeping you cool and relieving pressure points. Queen-size Original mattresses sell at regular price on the brand's website for under $600, but you can often find an even better deal on Amazon.
If you're interested in shopping other American-made mattresses, check out our guide of the leading mattress brands made in the USA.
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To create our list of the best Amazon mattresses, we considered models priced under $600 for a queen size and those that let Prime members take advantage of benefits like free shipping. We also considered the mattress material and verified customer reviews.
Amazon's exclusive Nod mattress is backed by Tuft & Needle's high standards for comfort, durability and quality. Made of responsive foam and built-in cooling technology, Nod is designed to offer a comfortable night's rest without a hefty price tag.
Amazon Prime members can take advantage of benefits like free two-day shipping.
Some mattresses like the Nod by Tuft & Needle are available exclusively on Amazon.
Amazon might offer faster shipping and delivery options.
When you do order a mattress from Amazon, take note of the specific return policy listed on the product page. Some mattresses come with the same risk-free sleep trial that the brand offers on its own website, while others follow Amazon’s general 30-day return policy.
No. Most online mattress companies do not accept returns of items purchased through Amazon. Follow Amazon’s specific return process as listed on its product page. Contact Amazon customer service for help.
Yes. Look for specific warranty information listed on the product page of the mattress you’re interested in.
No. Some Amazon-purchased mattresses may be eligible for free shipping without Prime membership. But you might have to pay extra for expedited delivery.
Gabrielle Pastorek is a staff writer at Finder, helping readers to round up the best deals, coupons, retailers, products and services to make sound financial decisions. She's written more than 800 articles on the site and is a quoted expert in Best Company and DealNews. She earned an MFA from the University of Pittsburgh, with essays and short stories published in The Collagist, Blue Monday Review, Blotterature and others. When she’s not writing, Gabrielle can be found out in the barn with her horse, Lucy.
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