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[Polysleep.ca] PolySleep mattress $100 off + 2 Free Pillows

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PolySleep mattress $100 off + 2 Free Pillows

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Price:
$750 Queen
Savings:
$100 off
Expiry:
July 4, 2019
Retailer:
Polysleep.ca
Polysleep mattress $100 off ($850 orig. to $750 for queen) + 2 free pillows ($89 each). Not sure if this is a good deal but a deal is a deal. Let me know what you guys think of PolySleep.
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tfong010 wrote:
Jun 22nd, 2019 9:03 am
Self promotion at its best.
I have no idea why do you think this is a self promo. Perhaps you should see my past post and profile before you accused. Intelligent is a rare commodity these days.
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Grammar is also rare commodity these days. “Intelligence”.
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tfong010 wrote:
Jun 22nd, 2019 10:05 am
Grammar is also rare commodity these days. “Intelligence”.
"...also a..."
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"Intelligence" is a rare commodity and so is grammar. Lol
However in all seriousness costco has queen mattresses starting at 399.99 just for reference. Personally I think a mattress is a subjective purchase because someone may enjoy a cheap IKEA mattress over a expensive Tempurpedic. The price should not be the deciding factor but how well you sleep on it. It's not worth losing sleep over. :)
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Sakame wrote:
Jun 22nd, 2019 10:26 am
"Intelligence" is a rare commodity and so is grammar. Lol
However in all seriousness costco has queen mattresses starting at 399.99 just for reference. Personally I think a mattress is a subjective purchase because someone may enjoy a cheap IKEA mattress over a expensive Tempurpedic. The price should not be the deciding factor but how well you sleep on it. It's not worth losing sleep over. :)
Hehe.

I've been looking at mattresses recently and have yet to pull the trigger. IKEA has one Hybrid one that i quite liked when taking time to lie down on it in store. The issue is, it's a different feel from store to store so i have no way to know how long the floor model has been out to have a sense of durability.

Then i saw the Costco one that was recently on sale for $100 off, but multiple Costco reviews say a dip in the centre forms within months.

So now the search continues. But i can at least say, there are some IKEA ones that, to your point, actually feel good, i just don't know where in its life span that mattress was. Haha.
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haha... who cares about grammar .....Grammar nazi is so 2006...

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