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[Endy] $50 Off Endy Matress

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Nov 16, 2004
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$50 Off Endy Matress

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Ads on bus shelters in the GTA, Save $50

Code: TDOT
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Aug 16, 2017
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hasnt this been going on for a while now? i think the previous running code is endy50.

Didn't like it though, too bouncy for me.
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Mar 12, 2006
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There's always 50-75 off coupons all year round just by googling it.
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DimsumDeals wrote: hasnt this been going on for a while now? i think the previous running code is endy50.

Didn't like it though, too bouncy for me.
Good for sexy time.
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May 21, 2017
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It's a good strategy. They change the code every once in a while to make it look like it's a new deal.
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Mar 16, 2018
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They always have a $50 promotion running somewhere, which is not a bad thing! My advice is that if you follow any Canadian podcasts (CANADALAND for example), use their promo code because you'll get $50 off AND the podcast will get a referral.
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any difference between endy, leesa, casper etc?
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Aug 16, 2017
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just go get the one they sell at ikea. it pretty much does the same thing and comfort.
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DimsumDeals wrote: just go get the one they sell at ikea. it pretty much does the same thing and comfort.
Or not...
https://thewirecutter.com/reviews/best- ... uy-online/
IKEA
Hoping to find a discount foam mattress, we tested IKEA’s Matrand. The medium-firm version is a 7-inch mattress, with 2 inches of memory foam on top of 5 inches of support. The medium-firm version was harder than anything we had tested or maybe ever slept on; the idea of a more “firm” version boggles the mind. One Wirecutter tester, who said he could “sleep on the floor,” still found the Matrand uncomfortable. The transition from other foam mattresses to this kind of foam was jarring; I woke up in the middle of the night while sleeping on it, feeling confused as to if I was still in a bed. A survey respondent noted that their Tuft & Needle, still a fairly firm mattress, felt “miles better” than their “cheap version” IKEA mattress. The IKEA model’s cotton-blend cover caught and wrinkled sheets, and though the mattress didn’t sink and create heat, the cover felt warm to sleep against when humidity was present. At $400 as of this writing, this mattress is not any better than a cheaper foam or hybrid spring/foam mattress that you can buy online.

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