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Should I buy the mattress I can afford now or one of higher quality after saving money for 60 or 90 days?
Apr. 09, 2023


The decision to purchase a mattress now or save for a higher-quality one depends on your individual circumstances and preferences. Here are some factors to consider:

  1. Urgency: If your current mattress is causing discomfort or affecting your sleep quality, it may be better to purchase a mattress within your current budget to alleviate those issues sooner rather than later. If your current mattress is still comfortable and functional, you might consider waiting and saving for a higher-quality option.

  2. Budget: Determine how much you can realistically save within 60 days and if that amount would significantly improve the quality of the mattress you can purchase. If the difference in quality is minimal, it may not be worth waiting. However, if waiting would allow you to afford a mattress that is substantially better, it could be a worthwhile investment. 

  3. Quality and Durability: Higher-quality mattresses often provide better support, comfort, and durability. Investing in a better mattress could save you money in the long run by reducing the need for frequent replacements. If the higher-quality mattress you're considering has a longer warranty or a better reputation for durability, it might be worth waiting. (If you're able to wait a little while to make a purchase of a top quality mattress like our latex models choices I always recommend customers doing so. They feel more comfortable for a much longer time period)

  4. Financing options: Some mattress companies offer financing options that allow you to spread the cost of the mattress over several months or years, making it more affordable. If you qualify for such a plan and are comfortable with the terms, it could be an option worth exploring. ( we now offer financing through app PayBright)

Ultimately, the decision depends on your personal situation and preferences. It may be helpful to weigh the importance of these factors in your decision-making process and consider seeking input from friends or family members who have made similar choices. (Not great advice, choosing a mattress is one of the most personal of purchase choices)