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How Much Does a Mattress Cost?

by Angela Maple

At a Glance:

What Influences Mattress Prices?

How Much Does a Good Mattress Cost?

Mattress Costs by Types

Mattress Costs by Size

FAQs

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You'll spend around one-third of your life sleeping, so investing in a high-quality mattress is well worth it. However, knowing mattress pricing ranges will help you avoid unrealistic expectations and overpaying for your mattress. So, how much does a mattress cost?

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Although the average mattress purchaser spends between $200 and $1,500, various elements influence a bed's pricing, including size, material, manufacturer, and others. While it's vital to locate the greatest deal, bear in mind that a "good" mattress is a crucial investment in your health and comfort, and it may be worth investing a little more for higher quality and longevity if you can afford it. So, before shopping for a new mattress, take a peek at our guide to find out how much a mattress costs based on size and type.

What Influences Mattress Prices?

A number of things might influence the overall cost of a new bed. The most important ones are:

  • Type: What your mattress is composed of (and how it is produced) significantly impacts pricing. Natural materials tend to be more expensive than manufactured materials.
  • Size: Naturally, larger mattresses are more expensive. A twin mattress costs nearly half the price of a king mattress. 
  • Buying online: Buying a mattress online is less expensive than buying from a physical store, where mattresses are typically marked up significantly.

How Much Does a Good Mattress Cost?

You may be wondering how much you can anticipate paying with so many mattress alternatives on the market today. Ultimately, the answer will be determined by the type of mattress you select. Foam, innerspring, latex, and hybrid are the four most prevalent mattress kinds.

  • A queen-size innerspring mattress costs about $850 on average.
  • A foam mattress will cost you $1,000 on average for a queen size.
  • A queen latex mattress costs around $1,500.
  • The average cost of a queen size hybrid mattress is $1,650.

Each mattress's typical price is determined by its materials, size, layers, technology, manufacturing method, and features. Consider which qualities are most essential to you when deciding how much money to spend on a mattress.

Mattress Costs by Types 

As you seek a new mattress, you'll come across various mattress kinds, each with unique qualities that are excellent for different sleepers. We've broken down mattress types and the typical cost of a mattress per size below. 

Hybrid 

Hybrid mattresses are multi-layer beds that combine a traditional innerspring system with one or more types of foam such as memory, polyurethane, latex, or gel to provide sleepers with a sturdy yet pressure-free slumber. These unique layered mattresses have superior longevity, breathability, and responsiveness compared to the average traditional and foam mattresses.   

purple

Try out this Purple Hybrid Premier mattress designed with the brand’s signature Purple Grid, CertiPUR-US foam, and responsive coils, plus motion-isolating technology for a sound sleep. Additionally, with the open-air channels, you and your partner will stay cool throughout the night.

Need to Know: 

Lifespan: 10+ years   

Ideal Sleepers: side sleepers, stomach sleepers, combination 

How much is a hybrid mattress?

Mattress Sizes 

Price 

Twin 

$900–$2,900 

Twin XL 

$950–$4,000 

Full 

$1,000–$4,300 

Queen 

$1,100–$4,450 

King  

$1,600–$5,150 

California King 

$1,600–$5,150

Split California King

$1,900–$7,900

 

Pocketed Coil 

Pocketed coil mattresses consist of numerous metal coils or springs individually wrapped in a fabric "pocket" to offer the right amount of cushioned support. Those looking for this type of mattress will rest on a supportive surface that helps keep your spine's natural alignment. These mattresses also offer significant pushback, bounce-back support, accurate weight distribution, and motion isolation, so you don't wake your partner. 

Need to Know: 

Lifespan: 8–10 years  

Ideal sleepers: combination 

How much is a pocketed coil mattress? 

Mattress Sizes 

Price 

Twin 

$150–$350 

Twin XL 

$200–$450 

Full 

$200–$450 

Queen 

$250–$500 

King  

$600–$700 

California King 

$600–$700 

Memory Foam 

Known as a specialty mattress that is adaptive and durable, memory foam uses high-density polyurethane foam. The foam element is used as a support system between the upholstery layers, creating a "sinking" effect as the foam contours to a sleeper's shape and position for a cradling sensation. 

tempur-pedic

Call it a night on this Tempur-Pedic queen mattress designed with thick layers of Tempur-ES comfort layer and a Tempur Support layer wrapped in a cooling cover for a cool and cozy night’s sleep.

Need to Know: 

Lifespan: 8–10 years 

Ideal sleepers: side, back, combination 

How much is a memory mattress? 

Mattress Sizes 

Price 

Twin 

$550–$2,800 

Twin XL 

$600–$5,000 

Full 

$700–$3,200 

Queen 

$800–$5,500 

King  

$1,000–$6,200

Split King

$3,000–$10,000

California King 

$1,000–$6,100 

Split California King

$3,000–$10,000

Innerspring 

These traditional mattresses use a coil/spring system and padded layers of upholstery materials (foams, fiber, and smaller springs) to provide excellent support surrounded by comfortable layering. 

Need to Know: 

Lifespan: 5 years 

Ideal sleepers: stomach, combination, back  

How much is an innerspring mattress? 

Mattress Sizes 

Price 

Twin 

$150–$500 

Twin XL

$200–$400

Full 

$200–$450 

Queen 

$200–$500 

King  

$600–$700 

California King

$600–700

Mattress Costs by Size

Naturally, mattress size significantly impacts mattress price since the more materials used to construct a mattress, the higher the cost of manufacturing it.

Twin

Twin size mattresses are the smallest and consequently the least costly of all bed sizes. Twin size mattresses, at 38 by 75 inches, can only accommodate one average-sized person. However, twin beds are the most cost-effective and compact solution if you're on a tight budget or have limited room.

How much does a twin mattress cost: $200–$3,100

Twin XL

Because twin XL mattresses are longer than twin mattresses, they are often more costly. A 38 by 80-inch twin XL could be the best option if you're a tall sleeper on a tight budget.

How much does a twin XL mattress cost: $200–$5,000

Full

The full or double bed is a nice size for single sleepers who need a little more space but don't want to pay for a larger bed. This 54 by 75-inch bed will give you more breadth to roll around on without spending much more than a twin.

How much does a full size mattress cost: $200–$4,300

Queen

Queen size mattresses are the most common bed size, and part of that appeal stems from the fact that they are the least expensive bed that can fit a couple. Queens, measuring 60 by 80 inches, are ideal for budget-conscious couples or single sleepers who want plenty of space to spread out.

sleepfit

Spread out and doze off on this Spa Retreat for SleepFit mattress designed with cooling graphite memory foam and CoolTouch temperature regulating fabric that’ll regulate your body temperature to keep you from waking up in a hot sweat.

How much does a queen mattress cost: $250–$5,500

King

King size mattresses are obviously not on the cheaper end of the bed size spectrum. Even a low-priced king size mattress would most likely cost you around $1000. King beds measure 76 by 80 inches and may be worth the extra expense for couples who want a lot of sleeping surface.

How much does a king mattress cost: $500–$6,150

California King

California king size mattresses are frequently no more expensive than king beds; however, they might occasionally be somewhat more expensive. Typically, the 72 by 84-inch California king bed will cost no more than $100 extra than a conventional king bed.

How much does a California king mattress cost: $500–$6,150

Split King

Split king size mattresses are two twin XL mattresses placed within the same king frame to create a king bed that meets the demands of both spouses. Split kings are often more expensive than kings or California kings, but less expensive than purchasing two twin XL beds individually.

How much does a split king mattress cost: $1,700­–$10,000

Purchasing a new bed might be exciting, but you must ensure that you invest in a nice mattress that you will sleep on for the next 7+ years. The price is an excellent indicator of whether or not you are receiving good value, but it is not the only factor to consider. Aside from pricing, it's also crucial to examine the sort of sleeper you are, the size of mattress you want, and the quality materials used in that mattress. And when you buy at Mattress Land, you'll find that all of our mattresses are high-quality and reasonably priced. Our sleep consultants will also make sure you enjoy a nice night's sleep or a midday nap on the right mattress — whether that is a Euro top, pillow top, or mattress-in-box that can be easily delivered to your door.

FAQs

Here are some of the most frequently asked inquiries we hear from consumers who want to know how much a mattress costs.

Q: how much does a Purple mattress cost?

The average cost of a Purple mattress ranges between $500–$1,700, but here is a chart that breaks down the prices by size.

Size 

Dimensions (W X L X H) 

Price 

Purple mattress split king size 

76” x 80” x 9.25” 

$1,998-6,398 

Purple mattress California king size 

72” x 84” x 9.25” 

$1,799-4,399 

Purple mattress king size 

76” x 80” x 11” 

$1,799–$4,399 

Purple mattress queen size 

60” x 80” x 11” 

$1,399–$3,799 

Purple mattress full size 

54” x 76” x 11” 

$1,199–$3,499 

Purple mattress twin size 

38" x 75" x 9.25" 

$799 

 

Q: When do mattresses go on sale?

Several businesses hold major mattress sales events on Memorial Day and Labor Day. In general, companies and merchants have sales to clear off excess inventory. Companies frequently release new models over the summer, so you can usually find fantastic clearance bargains around that time.

However, at Mattress Land, we offer a variety of offers, financing options, and promotional deals to help you save money on a mattress throughout the year.

Q: What is the most budget-friendly mattress?

Air mattresses are often thought to be the least expensive alternative. Air mattresses may be purchased for as low as $50. While it may not be as comfy as a premium foam mattress, it might serve as a useful interim measure until you can get the mattress of your dreams.

 Why Trust Mattress Land?

Since 1996, Mattress Land has been making strides in the mattress industry to provide our customers the sleep experience they need — and deserve. We do that by offering the ultimate customer experience, complete with our trained experts, BedFIT™ computerized diagnostics, and our impressive showroom. We'll make sure that you find the right sleep solution for your sleeping habits so you can feel energized in your day-to-day life.

We are also proud of our diverse, employee-driven culture, where our teams work hard toward a common goal. We know that better sleep makes all the difference, and our commitment to changing the landscape of traditional mattress shopping is how we know Mattress Land is one of the best mattress stores around.

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At Mattress Land, we provide quality name-brand mattresses for great prices. Our sleep experts are always happy to help you find the answers to questions like 'how does much a mattress cost'. With locations throughout California, Idaho, Nevada, and Washington, Mattress Land is bound to have a sleep solution for everyone. We are more accessible than ever! You can call us at 800-909-9299, visit our website to shop Mattress Land sales, and check out Mattress Land reviews online. Or better yet, stop by one of our showrooms to discover why we are everyone's favorite local mattress store. Visit us today!

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