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[Today's Shopping Choice] The Casper King Mattress for $840 + tax

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[Today's Shopping Choice] The Casper King Mattress for $840 + tax

Today's showstopper, they sale King size the casper Mattress for $1050+tax.

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Final price comes out $840 + tax, free shipping.

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Seems like a good price for a king, if you know what you're getting. I'd not impulse buy a mattress, especially without testing it.

The top layer is latex-like material. I'd rather get a HD poly foam base and add an actual latex topper, or get the latex mattress from ikea. The price should be a few hundred dollars more, but worth it over the several decades latex lasts.
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waven101 wrote: anyone would recommend this?
Definitely. I've had a Casper mattress for about 3 years now, still as comfy as the day I bought it. I'd say it's medium to medium hard on the firmness.

Their pillows are always fantastic.
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top layer is latex apparently some people might have allergies to that
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Nikhilvoid wrote: Seems like a good price for a king, if you know what you're getting. I'd not impulse buy a mattress, especially without testing it.

The top layer is latex-like material. I'd rather get a HD poly foam base and add an actual latex topper, or get the latex mattress from ikea. The price should be a few hundred dollars more, but worth it over the several decades latex lasts.
Doesn't have to be impulsive, Casper has 100 night return policy. Don't know if that applies when getting it from the shopping channel.
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Artwebb1986 wrote: Doesn't have to be impulsive, Casper has 100 night return policy. Don't know if that applies when getting it from the shopping channel.
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This product comes with a 10-year warranty through the manufacturer and a 100-day return policy through TSC.
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$25 for returns unless there is a defect in the mattress.
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Artwebb1986 wrote: Doesn't have to be impulsive, Casper has 100 night return policy. Don't know if that applies when getting it from the shopping channel.
I think the business model relies on customers not feeling like returning their mattresses after 100 days, like only sociopaths would feel like returning such a big ticket item after continuous use for months.

Mattress returns are notoriously difficult to achieve, but these "disruptor" bed-in-a-box brands are supposed to be better than Sealy, etc. at accepting returns. I would still not baking on the return policy, doing your research (Customer Reports, Mattress Underground) pn mattress materials and look into building your own mattress with better quality materials, like latex.

All these companies do is glue various layers onto each other.
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Casper mattresses are top rated by Consumer Reports

I would believe Consumer Reports rather than any blog

I have a queen which is two years old and is highly recommenced
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"Nothing would make us happier than to pay you a ton of money,” Krim elaborated in his next email, “but we need to do it in a context of being accretive to Casper. Currently you actively endorse a competing product on our review page. What can we do not to have you endorse another product as superior to ours? I am certain we can be a better partner to you than Leesa.”

This is so greasy of Casper's CEO, and now Casper owns Sleepopolis through a marketing subsidiary??

I think Consumer Reports is a good resource for most things, but not for mattresses last I checked a few years ago.

The mattress industry is notoriously greasy, and when the internet reviews hit the industry, the web was flooded with bad reviews for the big three manufacturers, and so they rebranded a whole bunch of times to avoid the bad press and reviews. And they hide the quality and durability construction materials, and make it difficult to do meaningful comparisons by using proprietary materials.

This is exactly why it's a good idea to find a local foam shop and inquire about prices for good quality high density foam and latex/memory foam layers. It's not rocket science but it does need a bit of research.
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Hyunhong wrote: Today's showstopper, they sale King size the casper Mattress for $1050+tax.

Get extra 20% off by sign up for email TSC Newsletter.

Final price comes out $840 + tax, free shipping.
Is the 20% off code specific? If not can you share. I can not seem to get one in my email.
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Bought a Casper. Very much a first-gen mattress-in-a-box, as I wake up drenched in sweat, likely due to how the mattress doesn't breathe at all, unless I set my AC to 15 degrees. It's definitely cost me a lot in wasted energy, but I'm lazy and haven't replaced the mattress yet. I originally wanted to send it back but gave up after having been on hold for over an hour.
These days, you would probably be able to arrange a return online though.
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Nikhilvoid wrote: I think the business model relies on customers not feeling like returning their mattresses after 100 days, like only sociopaths would feel like returning such a big ticket item after continuous use for months.

Mattress returns are notoriously difficult to achieve, but these "disruptor" bed-in-a-box brands are supposed to be better than Sealy, etc. at accepting returns. I would still not baking on the return policy, doing your research (Customer Reports, Mattress Underground) pn mattress materials and look into building your own mattress with better quality materials, like latex.

All these companies do is glue various layers onto each other.
Actually returning a Casper mattress is the easiest thing possible. They contact a local goodwill type place and setup a time for them to come pick it up.
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beagleyguy wrote: Bought a Casper. Very much a first-gen mattress-in-a-box, as I wake up drenched in sweat, likely due to how the mattress doesn't breathe at all, unless I set my AC to 15 degrees. It's definitely cost me a lot in wasted energy, but I'm lazy and haven't replaced the mattress yet. I originally wanted to send it back but gave up after having been on hold for over an hour.
These days, you would probably be able to arrange a return online though.
Weird the Casper I got is the coolest mattress I have ever had.
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I also signed up for email but received no code.?
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