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[Ashley HomeStore] YMMV: Ashley - Tempur-Pedic® mattresses Pro Sense 12 inch - King [$2,544]

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[Ashley HomeStore] YMMV: Ashley - Tempur-Pedic® mattresses Pro Sense 12 inch - King [$2,544]

Bought a King-size Tempur-Pedic® mattresses Pro series (Pro Sense) that retails for $3,699 for $2,544 (pre tax) after price match for the extremely rare 25% on Tempur at Leon's and additional discount.

Went to the Ashley store this morning and got a quote of $3,399 after discount (Reg. $3,699) with a price match guarantee offer and additional $400 off on boxing day. Then went to Leon's to find that they have the 25% off on all mattresses including Tempur ending today (Dec 23). Called the sales person at Ashley and he not only beat the price but also offered me lower price on it.

Pretty sure their boxing day offers are not better than what was offered today. But, in case anyone has snagged a better deal, please comment.

This was ever steeper than their 125% PM of the difference, excludes BF, CM, Boxing day and timed specials.

Link: https://ashleyhomestore.ca/products/afh ... 4946128985
Reg Price: $3,699
Sale Price at Ashley: $3,399
Sale Price at Leon's: $2,775 (25% off)
Price Match and discount for returning back: $2,544
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Too rich for my blood, thanks for sharing though :)
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gta_guy wrote: Too rich for my blood, thanks for sharing though :)
We buy cell phones for a grand that lasts for a couple of years and spend so much on other stuffs that has higher Per Day Price. When I tried Tempur & compared it with any other mattress, I could clearly feel the difference. If it helps, Leon's has 24 months @ 0% financing and 0% fees, flex pay. Ashley has the same for 6 months.
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ConnectMe wrote: We buy cell phones for a grand and spend so much on other stuffs that has higher Per Day Price. When I tried Tempur & compared it with any other mattress, I could clearly feel the difference. If it helps, Leon's has 24 months @ 0% financing and 0% fees, flex pay. Ashley has the same for 6 months.
I am pretty sure lots of folks will find value in it. While I can spend 1k on my cell phone, I cant see myself spending so much on this mattress
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ConnectMe wrote: We buy cell phones for a grand and spend so much on other stuffs that has higher Per Day Price. When I tried Tempur & compared it with any other mattress, I could clearly feel the difference. If it helps, Leon's has 24 months @ 0% financing and 0% fees, flex pay. Ashley has the same for 6 months.
I paid almost $1300 after tax for a silk n snow hybrid king mattress just last year, and I thought that was exorbitant. This is double that, and I'm very curious to experience how this mattress feels.

I do agree with you however. Mattress is something we spend almost half our life on. Shouldn't cheap out on that. Learned that the hard way when I messed up my back. Never again
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Its interesting that you guys buy a mattress for 2500 - 3500 and search for deals on Red Flag Deals. Face With Tears Of JoyFace With Tears Of Joy
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kodalidatta wrote: Its interesting that you guys buy a mattress for 2500 - 3500 and search for deals on Red Flag Deals. Face With Tears Of JoyFace With Tears Of Joy
Mans gotta save somewhere
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kodalidatta wrote: Its interesting that you guys buy a mattress for 2500 - 3500 and search for deals on Red Flag Deals. Face With Tears Of JoyFace With Tears Of Joy
Interesting why? Only squares cheap out on a mattress
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Make sure that you like it, though. Price doesn't mean it's good - in fact "quality" doesn't even mean it's good (for you). Bought a Tempurpedic mattress for about the same price, and probably about to toss it after 2 years. I find it too hot and not really that comfortable. Loved it in the store but it just didn't feel the same at home, I initially thought they'd sent us something cheap instead.
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Bought a king novaform comfort grande from costco a few days ago for $750+tax. How does this compare to the novaform? Is it worth spending the extra $$$?
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Very similar experience on my end. Ended up dishing out over 2K for a mattress, It felt like heaven in the store but feels like an average one at home. They probably cheap out on ones they ship out and just put quality into the floor models
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a mattress manufacturer once told me not to ever buy an expensive mattress as there is nothing worth the money they charge..he said if i ever wanted to splurge, $1000 max..and then told me the extensive history of mattresses and why.
I have found over the years that they all feel great new...its how they hold up and your own personal comfort after a few years....to each their own though
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Did you order the Costco mattress online, or did you pick in store? My Costco warehouse barely has any mattress collection. But I have heard costco.ca is quite overpriced.
tshath wrote: Bought a king novaform comfort grande from costco a few days ago for $750+tax. How does this compare to the novaform? Is it worth spending the extra $$$?
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Most Mattress sales have over 50% margins. Also, almost all chains have their own exclusive brand of mattress these days. So it's rare you would be able to price match. Here perhaps the original ("after discount") margins were quite high. So sure, the sales person further lowered the price. But he still probably made over 500$ on the final sale.
ConnectMe wrote: Bought a King-size Tempur-Pedic® mattresses Pro series (Pro Sense) that retails for $3,699 for $2,544 (pre tax) after price match for the extremely rare 25% on Tempur at Leon's and additional discount.

Went to the Ashley store this morning and got a quote of $3,399 after discount (Reg. $3,699) with a price match guarantee offer and additional $400 off on boxing day. Then went to Leon's to find that they have the 25% off on all mattresses including Tempur ending today (Dec 23). Called the sales person at Ashley and he not only beat the price but also offered me lower price on it.

Pretty sure their boxing day offers are not better than what was offered today. But, in case anyone has snagged a better deal, please comment.

This was ever steeper than their 125% PM of the difference, excludes BF, CM, Boxing day and timed specials.

Link: https://ashleyhomestore.ca/products/afh ... 4946128985
Reg Price: $3,699
Sale Price at Ashley: $3,399
Sale Price at Leon's: $2,775 (25% off)
Price Match and discount for returning back: $2,544
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Interesting that Ashley did this. Since Leon's carries Tempur React and Ashley Tempur Sense - specifically to avoid these types of price matches.

I'm a member of Parks in Hamilton/St Catharines, their member price is even cheaper than this and I just bought a Tempur Align from them.

Confirmed from Tempur they're all the same.
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I got close to this deal. Got an extra 170$ off adjustable base and 2 free pillows.
Sleep country sells pro adapt teal for 4800 plus
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airmail wrote: I got close to this deal. Got an extra 170$ off adjustable base and 2 free pillows.
Sleep country sells pro adapt teal for 4800 plus
How much was the adjustable base after the $170 discount and what brand? Also was this for a king size base?
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enjoycash wrote: How much was the adjustable base after the $170 discount and what brand? Also was this for a king size base?
King base, Ashley has half price adjustable base when you buy a tempurpedic
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Own a tempur. Pretty much went flat 2 years in. Noticeable divide in the middle of a mattress. Don't think ill spend this much on a mattress again if these guys are king.
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carmageddon wrote: I paid almost $1300 after tax for a silk n snow hybrid king mattress just last year, and I thought that was exorbitant. This is double that, and I'm very curious to experience how this mattress feels.

I do agree with you however. Mattress is something we spend almost half our life on. Shouldn't cheap out on that. Learned that the hard way when I messed up my back. Never again
Do you like your silk n snow hybrid? Been looking at them recently, not many reviews online. Thanks
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