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[Costco] Costco Sealy Full/Double Mattress $70off 249.

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[Costco] Costco Sealy Full/Double Mattress $70off 249.

Costco has a Sealy Double/Full Mattress for 70$ off for the price of $249. In store only. Costco has it online version but $100 more than in store. Expires Sep17th - Updated
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https://www.costco.ca/Sealy-Posturepedi ... 37338.html
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anyone see a king size in store? and price?
looking to buy one.
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MasterDeal wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 11:37 pm
anyone see a king size in store? and price?
looking to buy one.
I bought the king mattress in store about a month ago, it's a Sealy Posturepedic euro top, priced at 639.99 without the box springs. They do have split box springs for king beds too.
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Can anyone recommend a good plush mattress? Preferably memory foam and from Costco, but I'm open to anything, budget is around $1000

Leaning towards the 12" Valentina from Costco. I think it's the same as the 12" Novaform on the US site which has good reviews
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Online price as per your link is $419.99 minus the $70.00 discount and it comes to $349.99. Where are you seeing $249.99
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Did you even bother to read his post?
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w11x22 wrote:
Sep 13th, 2017 8:50 am
Online price as per your link is $419.99 minus the $70.00 discount and it comes to $349.99. Where are you seeing $249.99
May want to re-read the original post.
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engman13 wrote:
Sep 13th, 2017 8:05 am
I bought the king mattress in store about a month ago, it's a Sealy Posturepedic euro top, priced at 639.99 without the box springs. They do have split box springs for king beds too.
This on is not "Euro-top". It's firm "Tight-top" which I prefer.

I also like that it's not so thick as many of the mattresses you see at Sleep Country. Very tempted to buy.

Anyone know if I can just keep the box spring we have now and just buy the mattress?
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how do people get these things home from Costco? Tie on roof?
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kool1 wrote:
Sep 13th, 2017 9:04 am
This on is not "Euro-top". It's firm "Tight-top" which I prefer.

I also like that it's not so thick as many of the mattresses you see at Sleep Country. Very tempted to buy.

Anyone know if I can just keep the box spring we have now and just buy the mattress?
I know the one linked is a tight top, I was just replying to the one poster that asked about the in store mattresses. The one we bought is 15" thick, we don't need a box spring so although it's really thick it's perfect for our bed. You don't have to buy their mattresses with a box spring, online you can choose as a set or separately, same as in store.
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warpdrive wrote:
Sep 13th, 2017 9:08 am
how do people get these things home from Costco? Tie on roof?
pretty much. Or rent a van. worth saving $100 compared to online order
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picked one up today in Mississauga.
they feel so cheap and light in comparison to my other mattress.
will give it a try and see how it holds, its Costco after all, they got a fantastic warranty
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The1RealBatman wrote:
Sep 15th, 2017 4:37 pm
picked one up today in Mississauga.
they feel so cheap and light in comparison to my other mattress.
will give it a try and see how it holds, its Costco after all, they got a fantastic warranty
I think that's just how they are made these days.

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