Finance your new mattress with Affirm and Emma Mattress
Now available in 17 countries and counting, Emma is one of the most popular bed-in-a-box brands worldwide. Grab a new pillow or sleek wooden bed frame while you’re shopping, and don’t worry if it doesn’t work out — all items qualify for a 100-night trial.
Available through Affirm
Yes. Choose the Affirm option at checkout to apply for financing and split your payments over three, six or 12 months. And don’t worry — submitting an application won’t affect your credit score.
Three unique layers of foam make up the Emma mattress:
The mattress is topped with a soft, moisture-wicking cover.
No, you don’t need a box spring, but you can use one. As long as it’s placed on a clean, dry surface — including the ground — the Emma mattress should provide ample support.
The Emma mattress comes with a 10-year guarantee. The average foam mattress lasts anywhere from six to 10 years.
Don’t flip your Emma mattress. It’s designed with layered foam meant to be slept on in a particular order. If you’d like, you can rotate your mattress head-to-toe every few months to help it wear evenly. But the company doesn’t provide specific recommendations for this.
This mattress comes in six standard sizes. Each one is 12 in. thick and comes in a 19″ x 19″ x 42″ box.
|Twin||Twin XL||Full||Queen||King||California King|
|38″ x 75″||38″ x 80″||54″ x 75″||60″ x 80″||76″ x 80″||72″ x 84″|
The Emma mattress starts at $499 for a twin and tops out at $1,099 for a king or California king. Standard-size pillows are $69.
Pay for your order on Emma Mattress’ secure website with a Visa, Mastercard, Discover or American Express credit card. You can also pay with PayPal for an added layer of security and convenience, or choose Affirm at checkout to apply for financing.
Yes. Emma offers free shipping to all states but Alaska and Hawaii.
It sure does! Try out your new mattress, pillow or Slash/Bed foundation for 100 nights before deciding if it’s right for you.
The company asks that you try your mattress for at least three to four weeks before requesting a return. If you don’t love it at any point between then and day 100, get in touch with customer service to arrange for a return.
Don’t worry about keeping it in plastic or trying to stuff it back into the box. Mattresses returned in gently used condition are accepted.
Yes! Emma will pick up your item at no cost to you.
Contact customer service at email@example.com or 833-366-2872 at any point during your trial period to start the returns process.
Customer service will arrange for a local charity organization to pick up the mattress and you’ll be refunded 100% of the purchase price.
There are none! Shipping costs are on Emma, no matter how much you spend.
Look for an email from FedEx with tracking information as soon as your order ships. Check your spam or junk folder if you don’t see an email. And contact Emma customer service if you have questions or concerns.
Here’s how to get in touch with Emma Mattress customer support:
Founded in Germany in 2015, Emma quickly expanded to 17 countries. It’s received multiple awards in nearly every country it’s expanded to, including France, India, Sweden, the UK and the US.
The company is dedicated to minimizing its carbon footprint and helping those in need by donating all returned mattresses to a charitable organization, as well as supporting local economies by producing its products locally wherever possible.
Online reviews for the Emma mattress are overwhelmingly positive. Many customers were thrilled with how quickly they received their mattress, as well as their experiences with the customer support team.
One reviewer even said that the company offered her a free mattress topper to try when she found the bed a bit too firm. But most reviews state that the mattress was as comfortable as advertised, even for couples with different sleeping preferences.
Some reviewers found the mattress to be too firm for their liking, and others reported a strong off-gassing smell. A handful of customers weren’t as impressed with the Emma pillow as they were with the mattress.
Emma and Casper both offer memory foam mattresses, although Casper now has several models. The Original Casper mattress is closest in price to the Emma mattress, with three similar foam layers and a breathable cover. Casper also has two hybrid options, but they’re more expensive than its straight foam models.
Both companies offer a 100-night risk-free trial, financing options and a 10-year warranty. If you’re shopping for a foundation, you’ll get a 100-night trial with Emma, compared to 30 nights with Casper.
This top-rated European company offers a competitively-priced foam mattress that rivals leading brands like Casper. With a 100-night trial, free delivery and free returns, you can try this mattress risk-free.
If you’re still not sure, compare a few other online mattress brands.
Not sure Emma is right for you? Take a look at our guide to buying a mattress online, complete with shopping tips and side-by-side comparisons.
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