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May 15, 2016
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Best cheap mattress

The wirecutter says the leesa is the best but also recommends the zinus as a cheap alternative. Does anyone know the difference between the zinus lines? I've seen the green tea, cloud, and hybrid versions but I know most of the reviews are fake. Is there a way to test them? I know most mattresses have a 90 day trial but I don't really have space to have 2-3 kings in my new condo to try at the same time. Any advice as to how I can buy my mattress?
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Deal Addict
Nov 17, 2012
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Toronto
Save up more money and buy a mattress from a store where you can actually try them out.
Deal Addict
Dec 14, 2011
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What is your budget? Saying "cheap" is meaningless.

Regardless, Ikea is the place to go.
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My budget is best bang for the buck. I'll pay a little extra for comfort but not for marketing. I'd buy from a store if it wasn't so much more than the online ones.
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Dec 6, 2017
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torontotim wrote: Save up more money and buy a mattress from a store where you can actually try them out.

This is actually terrible advice in today's environment. To really test a mattress you need 2 weeks on it .

Buy them online, they give you 90 days and if you so not like it call them up and return and try a different one.

10 minute test does not mean you will sleep well on it.

I bought a Novobed and love it.
Deal Addict
Feb 16, 2018
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Why cheap out on something you will spend 1/3 of your life on and will affect your health?

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