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Simmons Beautyrest Mattress Sale: World Class Plush w/ Memory Foam Queen Size $599, Classic Euro Top Queen Size EXPIRED

brisar 108,738 December 29, 2012 at 08:33 AM in Home & Home Improvement (3) More US Mattress Deals
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Promoted 12-30-2012 at 12:00 AM View Original Post
US Mattress is having their New Years Weekend Sale on Simmons Beautyrest World Class and Classic Mattresses. Shipping is free. Thanks brisar

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Edited December 29, 2012 at 08:37 AM by brisar
US Mattress is having their New Years Weekend Sale
Save on Simmons Beautyrest World Class and Classic Mattresses.
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#46
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Quote from trumpolt View Post :
are these mattresses really usually sold for the prices they state on the website, like $2500 and such ? Or are these sale prices the year round price ? Anyone have any insight on this since I am sorta considering jumping on this deal, but I have had my share of bad buys when it comes to mattresses so I am kinda wary./QUOTE]

Not a bad deal but I'd try to price match at a local store for a similar bed as sKwiD mentions in the post above me especially after reading some reviews online.

I checked around and they don't normally sell this for what they have listed. Amazon has it from the same company for their"Queen Simmons Beautyrest Classic Tomahawk Plush Euro Top Mattress - Full Size" as an example for $420 with free delivery. It's still about a $90 savings through this link but read the Yelp reviews along with a few other sites and it might make you think twice.
I was little reluctant to buy online .. US mattress is good and provided us great service .. same mattress with different model names are sold on other places. they keep model name different because they dont want to price match . US mattress has 100 day return policy and they cut $100 if we retun and rebuy another from them. Most of other stores dont offer that or charge too much like 20% , 25% restocking fee.
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#47
Quote from mauiwowie View Post :
How do these prices compare to Costco?

i think costco is better deal. because these beds are not much cheaper than costco, (forget the inflated msrp)

and with costco beds, you get to return it anytime if there is a problem.



You can not return these beds.
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#48
Quote from bigcheda View Post :
seems like they are on sale at macys right now...are they really that good?
my parents had the beautyrest world class which is the $4k mattress set they got for 2k or something. they didn't really like it after the first year. they got a tempurdic and swear by it.

i'm not really a fan of it. their's is firm but once you sink into it, you can't roll over easy. basically you get stuck in a trench.

it is all about what feels good to you. i got a cheap mattress and after the first year i don't like it. the middle wore out faster than the outsides. so my advice is to buy one that is comfortable to you that is made to last.

Quote from el3ctros View Post :
seems to be charging tax on the inflated retail price instead of the actual sale price, at least for shipping to canada, I think i'll give them a call, not paying $196 in taxes on a $350 bed...
import tax?
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#49
Quote from makimc View Post :
I own a Simmons Beautyrest Black series mattress in a plush firm(don't remember the model name) and have had it about 2 years and its a piece of garbage! The foam and individual coils sag/create huge body impressions and I'm not a big person. I'd look at a different brand! My next mattress purchase will be from Costco so I can see return it if it turns into junk. Simmons warranty and 'customer service' are basically non-existent after you make a purchase. Buyer beware!
Probably because Black is cheaper. Fewer coils and different gauge steel. I have 7 Simmons Beautyrest Classics between 2 homes. All great. Now 8-10 years old.
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#50
called just now, but no extra 5% off...they said it's already on sale.
Quote from joeydealing View Post :
bought one today, call the number tell them you want 5% off they will give it to you
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#51
Purchased the Simmons World Class Corita plush firm last Black Friday. It was my first new mattress. Highly recommended. I use a $200 mattress pad with it to give a little extra give but the support is there.
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#52
How about this one?
http://www.mattressfirm.com/Simmo...-P228.aspx

Bought it last month at local Mattress firm store. Wondering if it is the same as you listed above.

Thank you for your help!
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#53
Quote from Todd Fury View Post :
Thinking of grabbing one of these for my mom who has a lot of back pain. Would the extra firm be good for someone with a herniated disc?
100% natural latex is considered by many to be the best for back pain. But, be sure to not get a bed with a thick (3") soft layer unless it's on a 6" firm support layer. The soft layers are likely to develop sag. It's probably better to get a thin comfort layer (1-2" of soft talalay). Latex is available in a wide range of firmness.

Real latex is pricey, but if someone has a bad disc, it will be worthwhile to have a bed with minimal pressure points and without toxic off-gassing (memory foam is a petroleum product).
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#54
Bought a tomahawk twin for my kid.
See below link for other names to cross check prices at other stores.
http://beddinghotline.com/feature...etail.html
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#55
I used to sell mattresses among other things. You should always buy a mattress based on comfort. It is a complete fallacy that a firm mattress is good for your back. In fact, a soft mattress if you are laying on your back is better due to it filling in the natural curve of your spine with support. These Simmons work on the idea that each spring will compress around your body depending on how much weight is put on them and I do like their products. Please go to a store before purchasing a mattress and see what is comfortable for you though, because like I said firm beds are in fact not good for your back and should really only be purchased if that is what is you like. I would recommend a plush or eurotop any day of the week over a firm. Also, I have struggled with a bad back my whole life and a Tempurpedic is worth the money if you can afford it, but Restonic makes an excellent knock off which is what I have and a King was less than $1,500. Feel free to ask me any questions if you would like.
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#56
Firm beds are better for the back if the back pain comes from inadequate support resulting from sinking in. Too firm isn't good and neither is too soft. What I've found that makes things tricky is that softer beds often feel great and then the back pain comes when you get up. My experience is that a firmer bed may result in more tossing and turning but less pain in the morning. Beds that are too firm don't support enough of the body, and beds that are too soft sink too much.

The nice thing about a firm bed, though, is that it can be fixed by adding a soft topper. A soft bed that sinks too much has to be replaced. However, some latex beds come in multiple removable layers, so it is possible to replace just one layer if there is too much sinking in.
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Quote from superstition View Post :
100% natural latex is considered by many to be the best for back pain. But, be sure to not get a bed with a thick (3") soft layer unless it's on a 6" firm support layer. The soft layers are likely to develop sag. It's probably better to get a thin comfort layer (1-2" of soft talalay). Latex is available in a wide range of firmness.

Real latex is pricey, but if someone has a bad disc, it will be worthwhile to have a bed with minimal pressure points and without toxic off-gassing (memory foam is a petroleum product).
Thanks!
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Quote from runner0382 View Post :
Probably because Black is cheaper. Fewer coils and different gauge steel. I have 7 Simmons Beautyrest Classics between 2 homes. All great. Now 8-10 years old.
Are you serious? The Black line is one of their 'high end' lines...and is supposed to be superior to their others. It has a high coil count(800 I think) for a queen, all kinds of 'good' stuff and it sucks! My old $300 special King Koil was a better mattress!
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Quote from gerrysp View Post :
Bought a tomahawk twin for my kid.
See below link for other names to cross check prices at other stores.
http://beddinghotline.com/feature...etail.html
great link thanks!
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#60
Do not buy the Tomahawk! Bought the mattress in September, did not start sleeping on it until mid October. The first week it was decently firm. Slowly lost its firmness and now also has very noticeable sag in the middle. I have been extremely busy but have wanted to contact Simmons because any mattress used for 2.5 months should not show these symptoms. I mean...I'm 5'9, 165lbs.

Also if anyone can provide me some help on what my options are, that would be great. Thanks and I hope this info helped some of you.

Edit
I bought the Tomahawk Firm
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