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What’s the cheapest mattress on the market?
Mar. 11, 2023

Some of the cheapest mattress options available in the market are:

  1. Inflatable air mattresses - these can be found for as low as $20 to $30. (Only better than sleeping directly on the floor, and only in a pinch)
  2. Foam mattresses - these are often less expensive than other types of mattresses and can range in price from $100 to $300. (Thin versions can be found for less $100 and while they are more comfortable than an air mattress they have a useful life measured in months)
  3. Futon mattresses - these can be used as both a mattress and a sofa, and can be found for as low as $100. (Good futon mattresses cost close to $300 and are more comfortable than any coils mattress in the same price range, keep in mind they only come in double size)
  4. Hybrid mattresses - these are a combination of foam and innerspring mattresses and can range in price from $200 to $500. (A good choice if you're on a budget but I would always spend more than $500 or simply purchase a futon mattress if you're looking for a double size mattress)

It's important to note that while these options may be cheaper than other mattresses, they may not offer the same level of comfort and support as higher-priced models. Additionally, it's important to consider the long-term durability and quality of the mattress before making a purchase. (All true. You should buy the comfort level that works best for you in a price range that fits your budget. If a more expensive mattress doesn't have ingredients like latex it likely won't last that much longer than a price level or two down)