How to choose which mattress-in-a-box to buy and get it delivered right to your door

Bed-in-a-box businesses originally came to make consumer lives easier. They offered free trials, mattresses with firmness, and comparatively low prices. As more and more companies emerged, things got more confusing. Some can test their mattresses for 100 days, others for 120 days. You can find mattresses that only give you one firmness option while others can be tailored to your size, shape and individual sleeping habits.

To help you understand all of this comfort confusion, we’ve rounded up some of the biggest names in the mattress delivery game. Whether you want the lowest price, the longest trial period, or the most customized mattress, we can help. And once you’ve picked your favorite, be sure to check out our regularly updated mattress-in-a-box sales.

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Often mentioned alongside Casper and Leesa, Tuft & Needle is a great option for a basic firmness mattress. According to the company, the material is neither latex nor memory foam, but its own foam. However, what really sets the mattress apart is its price, which is among the cheapest on our list.

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Casper took a one-softness-fits-all approach to its mattresses when it was launched in 2014. She now also sells sheets, bedding, bed frames, light bulbs, dog beds, pillows, and more. If you’d like to try Casper’s products in person, they’ve teamed up with West Elm. Find a store or a partner location

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  • Price for a queen size: 600 dollars

  • Shipping and returns: Free

  • Options: Wave, Casper, Essential

  • Trial period: 100 days

  • Warranty: 10 year limited warranty

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Brooklyn Bedding has been in business since 1995 and started shipping beds in a box in 2009. This makes Brooklyn Bedding one of the first providers in this area. You can also purchase pillows, sheets, and a platform from Brooklyn Bedding. Since it offers three levels of firmness, you can either read the company’s guide to choosing the right mattress, or you can call or email a recommendation.

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  • Price for a queen size: $ 700

  • Shipping and returns: Free

  • Options: Soft, medium or firm

  • Trial period: 120 days

  • Warranty: ten years

Shop at Brooklyn Bedding

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Unlike many of its competitors, Helix wants to produce personalized mattresses. Instead of choosing a firmness, you need to tick many boxes on the questionnaire. Helix wants to know everything, from your height and weight to your body shape and sleeping position. If you have a partner, you can either choose a mixed option that results in a mattress based on your combined stats or split it in half so that each side is customized.

  • Price for a queen size: $ 900

  • Shipping and returns: Free

  • Options: Adapted using a questionnaire

  • Trial period: 100 days

  • Warranty: ten years

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To give you a bit more choice, Layla baked softness and firmness into a memory foam mattress as well as a hybrid. One side is soft, the other is firm. The memory foam mattress is also “infused” with copper on the softer side, which the company claims keeps it cooler and promotes blood circulation – although we’d be a bit skeptical of that claim.

  • Price for a queen size: $ 999

  • Shipping and returns: Free

  • Options: Memory foam or hybrid

  • Trial period: Four months

  • Warranty: Lifetime

Shop at Layla

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Leesa comes on stage shortly after Casper and takes a similar approach with her few options: The Original, Hybrid and New Legend mattress styles. As a certified B-company, Leesa promises that for every 10 mattresses Lessa sells, the company will sell the company

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to a local animal shelter. Leesa also offers linens, bases, and pillows. Take a look at their products in person

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  • Price for a queen size: $ 999

  • Shipping and returns: Free

  • Options: Original, hybrid, legend

  • Trial period: 100 days

  • Warranty: 10 year limited warranty

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From the mattress manufacturer Saatva, Loom and Leaf describe themselves as a luxury mattress that does not come in a box. Instead, someone will deliver and set up your loom and reed for you. It also comes with a higher price tag, shorter trial period, and a few inches more pillows than many of the other mattresses on our list. It even has a layer of gel to keep you cool.

  • Price for a queen size: $ 1,499

  • Shipping and returns: $ 99 for each

  • Options: Relaxed company or company

  • Trial period: 120 days

  • Warranty: 15 years

Shop at Loom and Leaf

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Back when these companies were few, it only took a slightly longer trial period to get noticed. Since Luma was a bit late, additional options were added to the original Luma mattress. Now customers can also choose a Natural Hybrid option, the Hybrid Slumber System and the Latex Slumber System, as well as different types of bedding, pillows and foundations. Right now, you can get a $ 25 gift card when you purchase a mattress.

Use “AMAZON” in the ordering information.

  • Price for a queen size: $ 1,099

  • Shipping and returns: Free

  • Options: Luma, Hybrid, Hybrid Slumber System and Latex Slumber System

  • Trial period: 100 nights

  • Warranty: 15 years

Shop at Luma

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Six main types of mattresses are available on the Nest Bedding website including Love & Sleep, Alexander Signature Hybrid, flippable Alexander Signature series, natural hybrid latex, all latex (natural and organic) and the certified organic hybrid latex model. In addition, Nest now offers linens, pillows, furniture, crib mattresses / sheets and pet beds. Find a Nest showroom near you

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to experience their products personally.

  • Price for a queen size: $ 699

  • Shipping and returns: Free

  • Options: Six different models as well as mattresses for children and children

  • Trial period: 100 days

  • Warranty: Lifetime

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You can remember Saatva from earlier on our list. Like the loom and the sheet, the Saatva mattress is not delivered in a box, but rather set up by employees. The company will also take away your old mattress for free. It lacks the layer of gel that Loom and Leaf has, of course, but it also costs less. It also swaps some of the foam layers for coils.

  • Price for a queen size: $ 1,199

  • Shipping and returns: Free delivery of white gloves and removal of the mattress; $ 99 for returns

  • Options: Saatva Classic, HD, Youth and Solaire

  • Trial period: 120 days

  • Warranty: 15 years

Shop at Saatva

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Originally published March 25, 2020, 6:14 p.m.

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