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Wednesday, 11 October 2017

Three Things You Should Do Before Mattress Shopping

When your mattress reaches the ripe of old age of eight to 10 years, it’s time to replace it with a new one. But, before you jump online or go to the mattress store, there are some things that you will need to do.


Today, we are going to learn some tips that will help you get prepared for your new mattress. Also, you will learn some buying suggestions that might help you make a more educated mattress purchase.

Read as Many Reviews as Possible

Before you make a final decision on a mattress purchase, you will need to do your homework and read some reviews. Best Mattress Brand and other websites have a lot of helpful reviews that will guide you in the right direction (that direction being when and where the big sales are taking pace). Mattress reviews will give you a first-hand look at how a mattress performs and you can learn a lot about how they are made.

This is valuable information that you can use to find the right mattress for your particular needs. Additionally, you will be able to compare prices, warranties, and other features that come standard with many mattress models. You will find both positive reviews and negative ones, which will give you a better idea of what to expect.

Find A Place for Your Old Mattress

When you replace your mattress, you will have to find a place to put your old mattress. If the mattress is not worn out and it’s not too old, you may want to keep it for your spare bedroom. On the other hand, if it has seen better days, it’s a good idea to toss it out.

Instead, why not consider taking it to a local recycling centre, which will help save you money and the environment at the same time? Also, some mattress companies will haul away your old mattress free of charge when you purchase a new one from them.


Do Some Haggling

When you are out shopping for a new mattress, chances are you are looking for a good deal. So, instead of paying the sticker price for your new mattress, why not do some haggling? Just like you haggle with a car dealer, you can also bring down the cost of your new mattress by asking for a better price. Mattress dealers mark up their products sometimes 100% to 200% higher than the actual cost. This gives the dealer a lot of room to work with so you should be able to get yourself a good deal. While you won’t be getting the mattress at cost, you should be able to knock off more than a few pounds.

Before you go out shopping for a new mattress, make sure that you sit down and read some reviews. This will help you find the perfect mattress for your needs. While you are out shopping, remember not to be afraid to haggle. This can save you a ton of money and you just might walk away with a really great deal!

Mummy B xoxox

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