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Kohl's Cardholders: The Big One 1.5" Gel Memory Foam Mattress Topper EXPIRED

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Kohl's.com has for their Cardholders: The Big One 1.5" Gel Memory Foam Mattress Topper (various sizes) on sale from $21.39 when you follow the steps below. Shipping is free. Thanks JuJuFrankenbean

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  2. In your cart apply the following promo codes:
    • 30% off w/ code FAVORITE30
    • 15% off w/ code HOME15
    • Free shipping w/ code JANMVCFREE
  3. Your total with free shipping will be:
    • Twin $21.39
    • Full $23.77
    • Queen $26.15
    • King $28.53
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Kohl's [kohls.com] has for their cardholders: The Big One 1.5" Gel Memory Foam Mattress Topper on sale from $21.40 + Free Shipping when you apply the following promo codes:
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It's a gimmick. They don't do squat. Cooling or cushion. Just lay your $20 bill on your mattress. Same feeling.
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We have two of them on our king sized bed.
They're ok, I guess? I don't really know if I can tell a difference except I'm now laying on foam instead of directly on the mattress. They don't do shit for cooling, I can promise you that. I still wake up drenched in sweat.
I would highly suggest putting them inside a mattress protector if you have one on your bed and you have pets or kids. They soak up liquid like a sponge and will not fit in a washer/dryer.
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Anyone know how decent these are?
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Anyone know how decent these are?
We have two of them on our king sized bed.
They're ok, I guess? I don't really know if I can tell a difference except I'm now laying on foam instead of directly on the mattress. They don't do shit for cooling, I can promise you that. I still wake up drenched in sweat.
I would highly suggest putting them inside a mattress protector if you have one on your bed and you have pets or kids. They soak up liquid like a sponge and will not fit in a washer/dryer.
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Anyone know how decent these are?
Had them for over 3 years....still provide decent cushioning
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These are great for camper trailer beds or rvs. For daily use i think after a year or 2 depending on usage they will wear out.
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It's a gimmick. They don't do squat. Cooling or cushion. Just lay your $20 bill on your mattress. Same feeling.
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They definitely improve the comfort level of a cheap mattress. Not sure of the actual effectiveness of the "memory foam" and weight distribution when the thickness is 1.5", I think 3" pads are the better bang for the buck
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I got 2" but from Lucid and that one helps with pressure points quite well. Keep in mind though this one is 1.5" and wavey so hollow areas will not do anything and it's likely to tear in those points.
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I got one from
Kohl's before and its yellowed. Any else's do this too?
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Mine is mostly fine. Like others said it's nothing ground breaking but for me it's a way to continue using a mattress that probably needs to be replaced. After several months I feel the purchase was worth it (bought on a similar deal).
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Anyone know how decent these are?
Terrible. They're borderline useless because they are so thin and light that any body weight compresses them fully, meaning you get little to no support whatsoever. Part of the problem is that the stated thickness is misleading, since it has a convoluted profile and only the peaks are 1.5" while the valleys are under an inch thick. You could buy 4 and stack them I guess, or you could buy one decent topper. They've been posted here every couple/few months for years now, and the price has only gone up. Pretty sure I paid $15, which was too much.
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If you want any support from these, you need one that is "high density", 3-4lb density.
I had a 4in "memory foam" topper for 7-8 years. It was a bit too soft for me. (even tho' my mattress is firm) I purposely sleep on one side, & the middle of it still sunk in. I recently bought a 3in high density foam topper, & it is firmer than the previous 4in one I had. I did put a cover over it, to help protect it. One reviewer says it is hot, but I haven't noticed it. I believe I will put a pad over it, to soften it just a tad. I toss & turn constantly through the night, w/ arthritis in my hips & shoulders. This is the one I bought - https://smile.amazon.com/gp/produ...UTF8&psc=1
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I returned another memory foam in the past because it smelled like it was out-gassing chemicals.

Still a problem with memory foam.
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