Black Friday Preview Sale Terms
Offer valid 9/17/21 at 6:00 AM ET – 10/8/21 6:00 AM ET.
Up to $400 Off Mattresses
Discount automatically applied to the Original, Hybrid, and Legend mattresses. Excludes the Studio mattress.
Buy One Pillow or Sheet Set, Get One Free with code COZY
Buy one (1) pillow (Premium Foam or Hybrid) or sheet set one (1), get one (1) Free. Limit one free gift per order.
HOW TO REDEEM:
1. Add two (2) pillows, two (2) sets of sheets, or a combination of one (1) pillow and one (1) sheet set to your cart.
2. Enter promo code COZY at checkout to receive the discount.
3. Each redeemable item will display as Free in checkout.
Offers not valid on previous purchases or pending orders. To qualify, all items must be purchased as part of the same order. Offers valid for orders placed directly on Leesa.com or from direct-order telephone sales. Offers not valid for purchases made at third-party retail stores. Previously purchased items currently under the one hundred (100) night trial cannot be returned and redeemed with this coupon. Cannot be combined with other offers. Additional restrictions may apply. Promotion is subject to change at any time without prior notice.
With so many different types of mattresses on the market - and new “innovative, groundbreaking” technologies being released every year, how do you make a decision? Soft? Firm? Plush? Pillow-top or memory foam? Cooling gel-infused? Smartphone-enabled? The sheer number of options can be daunting, but what it really boils down to is: Does it help you sleep better? In general, most mattresses on the market these days can be broadly categorized as innerspring, foam or hybrid (some combination thereof). And while within each category, mattress size and firmness profiles can differ quite dramatically, each of these mattress types has some unique characteristics of which you should be aware before you make your next big purchase.
A spring or innerspring mattress is the most traditional mattress of the lot. It’s likely what your parents had, and their parents had, etc. The support system of a spring mattress typically is made up of an interconnected system of steel spring coils. The coils are usually crafted with steel wire of different gauges, or thicknesses, and lined up in rows designed to adjust to support as you adjust your body weight through the night. A note about coil gauge: the lower the gauge number, the firmer the coil spring. The steel used in mattress coils varies typically from 12- to 15-gauge varieties. So a mattress with 15-gauge coils will have a softer feel than the firm 12-gauge coil mattress.
More recently, “pocket spring” technology has emerged in the mattress space. With pocket springs, the coils are individually wrapped within their own fabric housing (rather than interconnected) to promote more responsiveness, freedom of movement and enhanced support. The coils are housed in a padded shell and encased with various quilted, padded and fabric layers. Leesa’s luxury hybrid mattress contains 1,000 premium-grade steel springs that are engineered from about 20-feet of recycled steel billet.
Today’s foam mattresses are typically constructed of multiple types of foam layered to maximize sleep quality, provide superior support and facilitate maximum recovery during the sleep cycle. If you’ve landed here at Leesa, you’ve probably been researching memory foam mattresses and want to discover the differences, the benefits and the level of quality found in today’s advanced and elegantly designed Leesa mattress. Foam mattresses consist of multiple layers, a foundation or base layer, a middle layer of body contouring memory foam and a top layer to provide support and airflow. The exciting thing about the advances in memory foam technology found in the Leesa mattress is that you can order it exclusively online, have it made for you to order and have it shipped to your door within a week to ten days.
The hybrid mattress is trending as an option for those who like the best attributes of both memory foam and innerspring mattresses. Essentially the hybrid is an innerspring core encased by a high-density foam, and is topped with multiple layers of the same high-support memory and polyurethane foams used in trending memory foam mattresses. For those who enjoy a blend of spring support but insist on the quality and contouring of memory foam, a hybrid may be just the choice.