Always nice to go back to the well. I love mattresses, took a long few months last year to try out and research all the best direct to consumer mattresses on the market. The best of them, when all points are combined, is the Leesa. So here I am again writing an article on the Leesa, but rather than focusing on the whole package, I am looking for discount codes, coupons and deals. I looked back at the Keetsa last week, and while their codes may not have been much to write home about, they have showrooms, so the best discounts are always had in person. The Leesa is a direct to consumer mattress only, online only, with a plethora of good points. I’ll be going into them in a moment.
Leesa Coupon Code 2018 – Updated & Working Promo Codes
Using the codes here is simple. You can just click the following link below and the best current coupon code will be shown.
Bear in mind that the direct to consumer mattress market puts the customer first more so than the vast majority of businesses out there these days. When you buy a leesa you get peace of mind, and a full 75 days to decide whether you want to keep it or not. If you don’t like it you can get a full refund and Leesa will donate the mattress on your behalf. In addition, the warranty is a full ten years. Mattress warranties are amazing, and all of them cover visible sagging within the ten year window.
Leesa Mattress 2018 – A Brief Re-Review
Let’s do a brief recap on why I like the Leesa so much. There are three things we want from a mattress topper material. We want durability, breathability and comfort. The Leesa uses a Lycra blend, and while I would have preferred cotton, this material does a fine job of combining the traits required. You’ll find it slightly more durable than cotton, but not quite as luxurious. Better I think to use a pure high thread count cotton sheet to cover the cover. On the inside we have some of the best use of tech on the market. There is nothing truly impressive going on underneath, but the way the Leesa uses older tech is amazing. A three tiers of foam build, at base we have 6″ of support foam. topped with 2″ of memory foam and 2″ of Avena foam. The issue with memory foam that a lot of fol don’t seem to realize is its ability to hold heat. Not all that comfortable melting into a bed. The issue is solved here through the porous support foam and the cooling avena foam, a form of latex foam. The Avena layer is also shaped, disipating the heat further, and contouring itself to your body better.
Overall it is beauty in simplicity. Good use of materials, and an excellent base price combine to make the Leesa my pick for best mattress of 2018. We’ll see if the market changes, and one of the great things about the direct to consumer mattress world is that it does change, on a dime.
Happy hunting folks, be sure to check out my full Leesa review here, and stay tuned for more mattress bargains in the next few weeks.