Shopping for a mattress is a pain in the ass; it’s expensive, after all, and it’s hard to distinguish one mattress from another when they look identical, except for the fact that one might be a few inches longer or wider. If you’ve ever wondered which mattress to buy, how much bigger a queen is than a full—or what the…Read more...
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Premium bedding company Parachute rarely has sales but is celebrating Memorial Day with one — save 20% sitewide this weekend only
From Friday, May 22 through Monday, May 25, Parachute is offering 20% off everything on...From Friday, May 22 through Monday, May 25, Parachute is offering 20% off everything on its site, including its premium sheets, comforters, and even mattresses. No code is necessary at checkout. Find all the best Memorial Day sales of 2020 across home, tech, clothing, and more here. Visit Business Insider Coupons to potentially save even more. Every part of your bed, not only the mattress or pillow, affects how you sleep. Parachute Home is a bedding and bath company that believes (rightly so) that softer, better sheets make a big difference and you shouldn't have to pay a premium to enjoy their advantages. This Memorial Day, you can enjoy the noticeably more comfortable experience of sleeping in Parachute bed sheets at an affordable price. From May 22 through May 25, Parachute is offering 20% off everything on its site, no code necessary. In addition to bedding sets, Parachute sells bath towels, pillows, home decor, and other living essentials, including mattresses and rugs. From our experience, these products are among the best we've ever purchased for our home. One major reason why?The company uses high-quality materials in all its wares, like 100% long-staple Egyptian cotton in its percale and sateen sheets. When we first introduced Parachute to our readers, founder Ariel Kaye broke down the differences among the brand's percale, sateen, and linen sheets so you can decide for yourself which one is best for you. We've also reviewed its Classic Bathrobe, which attracted a 2,000-person waitlist; its summer-appropriate Cloud Cotton Robe; and its Bath Towels, which we discovered there's more to than meets the eye. Keep scrolling to see which Parachute bedding and bath products you should buy during the Memorial Day sale, or browse the whole site here.A percale, sateen, or linen sheet set Percale Sheet Set (Queen), $103 (originally $129) [You save $26] Sateen Sheet Set (Queen), $119 (originally $149) [You save $30] Linen Sheet Set (Queen), $135 (originally $169) [You save $34] Percale is lightweight, breathable, and recommended if you get hot at night. Get sateen for the smooth feel, but not the shiny look of silk. Meanwhile, linen is always a good option for a laid back look. A classic towel set Classic Towel Set, $91 (originally $114) [You save $23] These super soft and absorbent towels come in five neutral colors and will make you feel like you're staying at a luxe hotel. The towel set has two washcloths, two hand towels, and two bath towels. A cozy bathrobe Classic Bathrobe, $79 (originally $99) [You save $20] Waffle Robe, $95 (originally $119) [You save $24] Cloud Cotton Robe, $79 (originally $99) [You save $20] Treat yourself to the luxury of a plush bathrobe and give yourself some well-deserved "me time." If you're nervous about overheating, get the waffle or "cloud cotton" version instead. A merino travel kit Merino Travel Kit, $135 (originally $169) [You save $34] Traveling just got 10 times more bearable with this 100% merino wool blanket and eye mask. Stash them in the small, convenient carrying case. A mattress made with real New Zealand wool The Mattress, $1,519 (originally $1,899) [You save $380] Each one of these medium-firm mattresses is made to order in the US. Three different zones of soft and firm coils make it simultaneously comfortable and supportive, and it features three layers of sustainable, hypoallergenic wool. A textured rug 3' x 5' Textured Wool Rug, $231 (originally $289) [You save $58] Rugs can completely change the look of a room. These beautiful handwoven rugs from Parachute are just the ones you need to complete your home.
I've been sleeping on Tuft & Needle's Mint Mattress for more than 10 months and never want to get out of bed — save 10% now through April 13
Tuft & Needle's Mint Mattress improves on the online brand's popular original mattress by adding...Tuft & Needle's Mint Mattress improves on the online brand's popular original mattress by adding more support, breathability, and coziness throughout. Since switching to this mattress more than 10 months ago, I've fallen asleep faster and stayed asleep for longer; the top-most layer combines the contouring comfort and pressure relief of memory foam with the breathability and bounciness of latex. Now through April 13, save 10% on the Mint Mattress and other products from Tuft & Needle. There are no exclusions and no discount code needed. See also: The best mattresses you can buy In the last 10 months, my punctuality at work and social events have taken a dip. It's not because of train delays or because I lost my watch. It's just so much harder getting out of bed now that I'm sleeping on Tuft & Needle's Mint Mattress. It's the second mattress from Tuft & Needle, which has three mattresses in total. It'll quickly wrap you up in its soft and comfortable embrace. If you want to try to get work done while sitting in this bed, here's my recommendation: don't. My experience with the mattress is that you'll simply end up horizontal, slumped into an impromptu nap. Read on for details of my Mint Mattress experience, from initial set-up to night after night of sweet slumber. The Tuft & Needle Mint Mattress is a follow-up to a customer favorite The Mint mattress is an upgrade from the company's best-selling original mattress, a 10-inch, medium-firm mattress with almost 6,000 five-star reviews on Amazon and more than 100,000 total reviews on the Tuft & Needle website. Comparatively, the Mint Mattress is a little thicker at 12 inches tall, but also softer, cooler, and better for pressure relief. The company recommends the Mint if you're a side sleeper or you run hot while sleeping. With more support on its sides, the Mint is also good if you often sit on the edge of your bed. Unpacking and setting up the Mint Mattress was quick and easy, but carrying 66 pounds up four flights of stairs wasn't fun at all The mattress comes rolled up and packed tightly in a box. I tested the Full size, which weighed 66 pounds and admittedly wasn't fun to carry up the stairs of my fourth-floor walk-up (another set of hands will definitely help if you live in a similar situation). However, once I got the mattress up to my room, the rest of the set-up process was much easier. After I cut through the plastic wrap, the mattress unfurled and rose to its full size. Though the company says there may be a new mattress smell, I personally didn't notice one. Regardless, this potential smell is a result of the packaging process, not chemicals. The mattress is CertiPUR-US and Greenguard Gold certified, so it's free from harmful chemicals and gases. The Mint Mattress is comfortable, supportive, and breathable I positioned the mattress on my new Zinus bed frame, threw on one of my favorite sheet sets, and slept on it that same night. Tuft & Needle gives you 100 nights to test out its mattresses risk-free. If you don't end up liking it, you'll get a free refund and the company will also coordinate free pickup and send it to a donation location of your choice. I, for one, never returned my Mint Mattress. It's incredibly comfortable, supportive, and adaptive to both the way my body moves and the changing temperatures of my room. The mattress features Tuft & Needle's signature Adaptive Foam, which contours to your body and provides pressure relief like memory foam but is also breathable and bouncy like latex. This top-layer construction combines all the features many sleepers look for and is what also makes the original mattress and its Pouch bean bag chair so invitingly comfortable. In the Mint Mattress, the Adaptive Foam is further enhanced by 30% more graphite, which maximizes its cooling abilities. Meanwhile, "open-cell foam technology" allows air to flow freely through the mattress and improves breathability, so you won't overheat like you would on a memory foam mattress. Even as the weather got exponentially hotter during the summer, my body hasn't while sleeping on this mattress. It has a soft and thick knit cover with a bit of texture you can feel through your sheets — cozy and comforting, and something that sounds perfect for colder temperatures. But surprisingly, this cover doesn't get overwhelming or hot in the summer, and that's because of the rest of the mattress' cooling and breathable design. Between the Adaptive Foam layer and base layer, there's a transition layer filled with gel beads that add more support. The base layer is the most firm and gives better edge support. Instead of sinking downwards every time I roll too close to the edge or I perch on my bed putting on my shoes, the mattress seems unaffected by the shift in weight. The core of the mattress is of course also supportive. I sleep in all sorts of positions (side, stomach, back), and each feels comfortable. I've found that I'm also able to rest on my side for long periods of time than on my previous mattress. If you sleep with a partner, the mattress is firm and adaptive enough that you won't disturb the entire bed when you reposition yourself or get out of bed early in the morning. Overall, the mattress simply feels stable yet comforting, which is exactly what you want to collapse into at the end of a long day. Final thoughts on the Tuft & Needle Mint Mattress My first introduction to Tuft & Needle was its Pouch bean bag chair, which remains one of my favorite products I've ever tested. I shouldn't have been surprised that its flagship mattress would be a hit too. From the very first night, it proved to be supportive, breathable, and comfortable, and it's been consistently so in the 10 months I've been testing it. Join the conversation about this story »
Casper often runs sales of at least 10% so there's never a reason to pay full...Casper often runs sales of at least 10% so there's never a reason to pay full price. Now through March 23 at 11 pm PST, you can get 10% off The Essential mattress, 15% off The Casper and 20% off The Wave when you apply the code "CLEARANCE" at checkout. If you're looking for other mattress deals, check out these great sales. If you've been paying attention to subway ads or watching any TV in the last few years, you've probably noticed that a lot of online mattress startups have popped up. They've taken out the middlemen and added costs of showrooms, and as a result, they can offer better mattresses for less money and less hassle than you'd find in a brick-and-mortar store. Of the many startups out there, Casper may be king. Now through Monday, March 23 at 11 pm PST, you'll find additional savings during Casper's end-of-season sale when you apply the code "CLEARANCE" at checkout. During the sale, you can buy its bestseller, The Casper, for $931 for a queen (usually $1,095, discounted 15%); The Essential for $536 (usually $595, discounted 10%); or Casper's high-end mattress, The Wave, for $1,916 (usually $2,395, discounted 20%). Casper often has sales with discounts of at least 10% off mattresses, so if the current sale has expired, just wait until the next one before ordering. We'll keep this post updated with the latest sale information too. Casper owes its success to a really great mattress, the convenience of no-hassle home delivery, and pretty awesome prices. You can read our full review of the bestselling Casper Mattress here. Though the company has become synonymous with successful online mattress startups, it has expanded to sheets, pillows, adjustable bed frames, and even dog beds. Every mattress also comes with a 100-night money-back guarantee and a 10-year warranty, which is pretty much par for the course in the industry. If you're interested in learning more before committing to a Casper mattress, our bedding and mattress buying guides can help you out: The best mattresses you can buy The best spring mattresses The best mattresses for side sleepers The best mattresses for back pain The best foam mattresses The best air mattresses The best mattress toppers The best mattress protectors SEE ALSO: I slept on Casper’s new $125 down pillow — it’s airy, supportive, and machine-washable Join the conversation about this story »