The best Saatva mattress sales for April 2024: Up to $899 off with new deals

The Saatva Classic mattress pictured in a pool house overlooking a bright blue swimming pool, with a blue price drop sale badge overlaid on the image
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The new Saatva mattress sale for April 2024 is a return to the brand's evergreen discount, so you can save 15% on Saatva orders worth $1,000 or more. The best deal for most people is up to $488 off the Saatva Classic innerspring hybrid mattress, discounting a queen size to $1,781 (was $1,995) with free old bed removal. 

That's a $6 price drop compared to the sale price we saw earlier this month ($1,795 for a queen), but it's still among one of the highest prices we've seen so far this year. (By comparison, two months ago the price of a queen size Classic dropped to $1,595 – the lowest we'd seen since Black Friday). We don't expect Saatva mattress prices to fall any lower this side of Memorial Day either, so should you buy a Saatva bed in the current sale or wait a bit longer? 

We've been tracking Saatva mattress sales for years and predict that prices will drop the closer we get to Memorial Day. So if you don't need a new mattress urgently, we'd recommend waiting to see if potentially better deals arrive in May. However if you do need a new mattress now and want a Saatva, then we feel these beds are still fantastic value for money. Especially the Saatva Classic, our top pick for the best mattress of 2024 for all sleepers – you'd pay much more for a comparable mattress in store.

Ready to shop? Then here are the best Saatva mattress sales and deals for April...

April's 5 best Saatva mattress deals

1. Saatva Classic mattress sale: now$1,186 at Saatva
Best all-rounder 

1. Saatva Classic mattress sale: was $1,395 | now $1,186 at Saatva
Best all-rounder 
The Classic is this year's best hybrid mattress that we rate as a superb option for all sleep positions and body types. There are three firmness options to choose between (soft, luxury firm and firm), and two heights. Two months ago we saw $500 off the Classic in every size, which is the best deal we've seen since Black Friday (a queen was discounted to $1,595). This current sale only cuts $200 to $300 off the MSRP, and a queen is now $1,781. We're fairly confident that Saatva will drop its sale prices lower as we get closer to the Memorial Day sales in May, but if you can't wait to buy, this isn't a bad deal. We still feel it's worth the money, especially with a lifetime warranty and free old mattress removal.

2. Saatva RX mattress:  now $1,696 at Saatva
Best for back pain

2. Saatva RX mattress: was $1,995 | now $1,696 at Saatva
Best for back pain
– While the Saatva Classic is best for general aches and pains, people with chronic back pain and painful joint disorders such as arthritis should pick the RX instead. Earlier this month you could have saved up to $350 off the RX (February's discount was up to $698 off). So the new Saatva sale is the best we've seen in a couple of months as you'll save up to $494. A queen is reduced to $2,801 (was $3,295). You'll be hard-pressed to find a back pain mattress handcrafted to this standard and sold at this price – you'd pay far more for a comparable mattress in store. Learn more about it in our Saatva RX mattress review.

3. Saatva Loom & Leaf mattress sale: now $1,356 at Saatva
Best memory foam

3. Saatva Loom & Leaf mattress sale: was $1,595 | now $1,356 at Saatva
Best memory foam
 – The new Saatva sale will save you $50-$100 more on the Loom & Leaf compared to earlier in April, depending on the size you choose. The Loom & Leaf is handmade in the US from eco-friendly materials and is designed to contour your body to relieve pressure on aching joints. In our Loom & Leaf mattress review, we rated it highly on motion isolation, and our lead reviewer found it worked wonders on her back pain. A queen size is now on sale for $2,036 (was $2,395), saving you an extra $59 compared to earlier this month.

4. Saatva Latex Hybrid sale: now$1,271 at SaatvaBest naturally cooling

4. Saatva Latex Hybrid sale: was $1,495 | now $1,271 at Saatva
Best naturally cooling – The Saatva Latex Hybrid is built with non-toxic, natural and sustainable materials. The Latex offers some of the body-contouring feel of memory foam, but tends to sleep cooler, and there's a spring layer for a little bounce, too. The new Saatva mattress sale on the Latex Hybrid isn't as good as the deal on the RX or Loom & Leaf, so there's only an extra $25 or so to be saved compared to earlier this month. A queen size Saatva Latex Hybrid falls to $1,866. That's $80 more than the sale price we saw around Presidents' Day but we feel it's still a good price for a natural latex-based bed offered with a year's trial, a lifetime warranty, and free White Glove Delivery.

5. Saatva Memory Foam Hybrid mattress sale: now$1,016 at Saatva
Best budget memory foam –

5. Saatva Memory Foam Hybrid mattress sale: was $1,195 | now $1,016 at Saatva
Best budget memory foam –
Unlike the Loom & Leaf, the Saatva Memory Foam Hybrid one has a large spring layer, which should help with breathability as well as add a touch of bounce. The top layers still deliver the soothing hug of memory foam. There's up to $329 off this month, with a queen on sale for $1,526 (was $1,795). Not the lowest price we've seen, but still a decent deal for a mattress that comes with a year's trial, lifetime warranty, and free White Glove Delivery with old mattress removal. Find out if it's right for you in our Saatva Memory Foam Hybrid mattress review.

Which Saatva mattress should you choose?

Saatva makes eight different mattresses, along with a mattress for kids, a crib mattress, and a mattress for bunk beds. We recently answered which is the best Saatva mattress based on sleep preferences, build, and budget so check that out for an in-depth analysis of every Saatva model. Meanwhile, for a closer at the top three bestsellers, head to our Saatva Classic vs Loom & Leaf vs Saatva Latex Hybrid comparison article. Otherwise, here's a quick rundown:

The flagship hybrid innerspring Saatva Classic mattress is a great choice for most people because it comes in three different firmness options (soft, luxury firm and firm) and two depths (11.5 or 14,5 inches). The best firmness and depth for you depends on your body and sleep needs. We rate it amongst the best luxury mattresses around. 

A less expensive alternative is the Saatva Memory Foam Hybrid, which combines a more contoured feel with the responsiveness of the Classic, although it's only available as an 11.5-inch medium firm bed. In our Saatva Memory Foam Hybrid mattress review, we call it as close to a perfect mattress as you can get, despite being on the firmer side.

If you're looking for something you can sink into while you sleep, try the 12-inch premium memory foam Loom and Leaf mattress - it comes in two different firmness options and there's usually a good discount on this one too. Head to our Loom & Leaf review to find out what we thought in our tests. 

Meanwhile, the 12-inch organic Saatva Latex Hybrid or 10-inch natural Zenhaven Latex mattresses are very durable thanks to the natural latex, and great for anyone looking for a non-toxic, sustainable sourced option (for more latex options, see our best organic mattress guide). For an alternative hybrid, see our Saatva vs Casper mattress comparison where we look at the Casper Nova Hybrid too.

Saatva mattress sale: The Saatva Latex mattress dressed with white and gray linens and pillows

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Alternatively, if you and your partner prefer different levels of firmness, take a look at the 13-inch Solaire Adjustable. It has 50 firmness settings on each side and individual controls, so you each personalize the mattress to your preference. The Saatva HD is a medium-firm, heavy-duty, hybrid innerspring mattress for bigger bodies - it's been designed to support anyone weighing between 300 and 500lbs. 

The newest addition to the Saatva lineup is the Saatva Rx, which is a hybrid geared toward sleepers with chronic health issues like sciatica, scoliosis and arthritis. It features the brand's signature Lumbar Zone plus a Therapeutic Support Core that relieves pressure while adapting to your body's shape and movements. (We'll be testing this model in the coming weeks, so stay tuned for our in-depth review.)

There are two additional Saatva models geared toward children, babies, and toddlers. The Saatva Youth is for kids aged between three and 12, and the Saatva Crib is designed to support babies and toddlers (the latter has a shorter trial period of 45 nights). 

Saatva also makes a range of luxury bedding, including one of the best comforters for year-round use, plus luxury bed sheets, a plush weighted blanket, and a range of bed pillows. It also makes some of the best mattress toppers for adding extra comfort to your existing bed – so far, we've tried the high-density Saatva Foam Mattress Topper and the cooling Saatva Graphite Mattress Topper

While Saatva remains excellent value when you compare prices to the rest of the luxury mattress market, we have seen prices slowly creeping up over the course of 2022. There have been some positive changes, too, though. Saatva now includes a 1-year trial with its mattresses, which is a marked increase from its previous 180-night trial. Plus, Saatva now provides a lifetime warranty instead of the 12-25 year guarantee that used to be standard. And free white glove delivery hasn't gone away, either – a perk that other companies only include with an additional fee. 

Saatva Classic mattress sales and deals image shows the Saatva Classic luxury innerspring hybrid mattress on a low wooden bedframe next to a green house plant

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1. Saatva Classic Mattress sale

The best Saatva mattress for most sleepers – on sale with up to $300 off

Best for: All sleepers | Sizes: Twin to Split Cal King | Depth: 11.5" or 14.5" | Turn: No | Filling : Hybrid - memory foam and coil | Comfort: Plush Soft to Firm | Trial: 365 nights | Warranty: Lifetime | MSRP: $1,395 - $2,990

Three different firmness levels
Excellent edge support
Breathable in hot weather
Motion transfer on softer models

The Saatva Classic is the flagship of Saatva's luxury lineup. It's a hybrid innerspring mattress, available in three different firmness levels: soft, luxury firm (aka medium) and firm. Saatva says 80% of people choose luxury firm. Plus, it also has two different thicknesses to choose between, making it one of the most customizable Saatva mattresses there is - which means it the best choice for most people. 

A spine aligning design and plush Euro pillow top work hard to keep your back, hips, and shoulders supported and cushioned, while the foam encasing around the mattress makes it reliably durable as well, and will prevent it sagging over time. 

Like all Saatva mattresses, the Classic comes with free premium white glove delivery and setup. Saatva will deliver the mattress to the room of your choice, and remove your old one too. 

For reference, on Labor Day last year we had an exclusive deal that knocked $375 off over $1,000, taking the price of a queen Classic down to $1,395 (without that deal, it was reduced to $1,570. We saw that price again during Black Friday two years ago. However, that sale price rose to $1,595 during Black Friday last year due to an increase in MSRP. The current Saatva sale knocks the price to $1,795 after $300 off.

Image shows the Saatva RX mattress, on sale for up to $400 off most months, placed on a grey fabric bedframe

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2. Saatva RX Mattress sale

The best Saatva mattress for back pain – on sale for up to $400 off

Best for: Severe back and joint pain | Sizes: Twin to Cal king | Depth: 15" | Turn: No | Filling: Cotton, high-density foam, micro-coils, coils | Comfort : 'Supportive Plush' (medium-firm) | Trial: 365 nights | Warranty: Lifetime | MSRP: $1,995 - $4,390

Dedicated back support
Firm yet has some give
Excellent pressure relief
Too firm for lighter bodies

The Saatva Classic is the best hybrid mattress for people who have general aches and pains, but if you have chronic back pain and joint pain then we highly recommend the Saatva RX instead. Our lead tester, Alison, has mild scoliosis and chronic lower back pain and she found relief from the first night of sleeping on the Saatva RX mattress.

This 15" luxury hybrid mattress is more expensive than the Classic, but we feel the price is justified considering it's a specialist mattress with memory foam and dual layers of coils help relieve pain associated with arthritis, sciatica and scoliosis. 

Saatva describes the feel as 'Supportive Plush,' but during testing we felt it leaned more towards a medium-firm. As such, it could potentially be too unyielding for lighter sleepers – especially side sleepers with a body weight of under 150lbs. 

For people of average to heavier weights with back pain, the Saatva RX is an excellent choice and the current sale is a superb chance to save between $200 and $400. You'll get a year's sleep trial too, plus free premium shipping with old mattress removal and a lifetime warranty. We think it's one of the best mattresses for back pain you can buy right now. 

The Saatva Memory Foam Hybrid Mattress, shown here on a beige bedframe, is on sale every month

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3. Saatva Memory Foam Hybrid mattress sale

The best Saatva mattress if the Classic is out of your price range

Best for: All sleep styles, hot sleepers | Sizes: Twin to Cal king | Depth: 11.5" | Turn: No | Filling: Memory foam, other foam, coils | Comfort : Medium firmness | Trial: 365 nights | Warranty: Lifetime | MSRP: $1,195 - $2,630

Suits any sleep style
Great for hot sleepers
Solid edge support
No variable firmness

The Saatva Memory Foam Hybrid has a similar level of responsiveness to the best-selling Saatva Classic but with more of a sink-in feeling that's characteristic of the best memory foam mattresses. This 11.5" hybrid consists of 8" pocketed comfort coils, a gel-infused lumbar crown, and a 1.5" layer of 'waved' memory foam for extra breathability. That makes it a good choice in the Saatva mattress sale for people who overheat during sleep.

The Saatva Memory Foam Hybrid is made from Premium AirCradle memory foam, which doubles down on a contouring feel for your curves. It's also an excellent choice of foam for relieving pressure points when you sleep on your side – hips, shoulders and knees are comfy and cradled.

The LuxeCool system, while not on a par with full-blooded cooling mattresses, is ample enough to regulate temperature and ensure air flows freely through the bed. As with the Saatva Classic, the Memory Foam Hybrid has a Patented Lumbar Zone Quilting to reduce back pain. Though again, the Saatva RX above is the best choice in the new Saatva mattress sale for people with back pain.

In this month's sale, the Saatva Memory Foam Hybrid is $200 to $300 off, with a queen-size dropping in price to $1,595. Though it's been cheaper recently, it's still a solid deal if you want a handcrafted Saatva bed for less than the flagship Classic.

Saatva mattress sales, discounts and deals image shows the Loom & Leaf on a wooden bed frame overlooking a blue ocean

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4. Saatva Loom and Leaf mattress sale

Saatva's luxury memory foam mattress for side sleepers

Best for: All sleepers | Sizes: Twin to Split Cal King | Depth: 12" | Turn: No | Filling : Memory foam | Comfort: Medium or firm | Trial: 365 nights | Guarantee: Lifetime | MSRP: $1,595 – $3,390

Cushioning memory foam
Excellent motion isolation
Great spine support
Traps heat

High-density memory foam layers offer exceptional contouring support in the Saatva Loom & Leaf mattress. Saatva's bespoke Spinal Zone Gel is concentrated in the center third of the mattress for further support, and spread throughout the rest of the mattress for a cooler sleeping experience. You also have two levels of firmness to choose between, with Relaxed Firm (aka medium) being the most popular. 

This handcrafted Saatva mattress is the best option for side sleepers as it contours to your curves, relieving pressure on your shoulders, hips and knees when you curl upon on your side. During testing we found that the Loom & Leaf's specialized lumbar support and body-contouring foam work together incredibly well to relieve pressure and keep your spine in proper alignment.

The Loom & Leaf reduced pain in our lead tester from the first night, and while the Saatva RX is the best option for back pain, Saatva's luxury memory foam Loom & Leaf is better for lighter weight bodies with general aches and pains.

Thanks to excellent motion isolation, we also recommend the Saatva Loom & Leaf s as a great choice for couples who normally wake each other up with their in-bed movements.

This month's Saatva mattress sale knocks $200 to $350 off the MSRP. Right now, a queen is discounted to $2,095 (was $2,395). That's not a major jump from what we saw in February, but if you're hoping to spend less it may be worth waiting for Memorial Day sales.

Saatva mattress sales, discounts and deals: The Saatva Latex Hybrid Mattress on a fabric bed frame with headboard

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5. Saatva Latex Hybrid Mattress sale

An all-natural, organic mattress combining latex with springs

Best for: Eco-conscious buyers; all sleepers | Sizes: Twin to Cal King | Depth: 12" | Turn: No | Filling : Talalay latex and coil | Comfort: Medium firmness | Trial: 365 nights | Warranty: Lifetime | MSRP: $1,495 - $3,190

Extremely durable
Naturally cool
Sustainably sourced
 Might be too firm for lighter bodies

If you're looking for the comfort and durability of a luxury natural latex mattress but still want the contouring support of coils, the Saatva Latex Hybrid is worth considering. A responsive latex layer provides back support and pressure relief, while individually wrapped coils contour to give your body extra support. 

The coils also minimize motion transfer, making the Latex Hybrid a good choice for anyone with a restless partner too. There's a breathable cotton cover to prevent you from overheating as well. However, above all else the Saatva Latex Hybrid is an all-natural, organic mattress. It's naturally hypoallergenic, antimicrobial, and free of harmful chemicals.

Save between $200 and $350 in this month's Saatva mattress sale. You can buy a queen Saatva Latex Hybrid for $1,895 (was $2,195).

Saatva mattress sales, discounts and deals: The Saatva Zenhaven Mattress on plain background

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6. Saatva Zenhaven Mattress sale

Two firmness levels in one flippable, luxury latex Saatva mattress

Best for: Eco-conscious people; allergies | Sizes: Twin to Cal King | Depth: 10" | Turn: Yes | Filling : Talalay Latex | Comfort: Luxury Plush to Gentle Firm | Trial: 365 nights | Warranty: Lifetime | MSRP: $1,995 - $4,545

Like two mattresses in one
Great pressure point support 
Super durable
Heavy to flip over

The Saatva Zenhaven Latex is the brand's only dual-sided mattress and is therefore completely flippable – something we wouldn't recommend for the majority of other Saatva mattresses (rotate only). The point of having a dual-sided mattress is that you can choose the best firmness level for your body: one side has a Luxury Plush feel and the other has a Gentle Firm feel.

Because the Zenhaven is made from natural latex, this is also an excellent choice for hot sleepers wanting a natural approach to quelling night sweat and hot flashes. Peri-menopausal and menopausal people will also benefit from sleeping on the breathable Zenhaven Latex mattress.

There's more to the Saatva Zenhaven Latex than cooling though – five-zone latex is excellent for relieving pressure and providing weightless comfort during sleep. The only downside is that it's a little bouncy, so couples will experience more motion transfer here compared to other Saatva mattresses such as the Loom & Leaf.

The Zenhaven is a plush mattress that's hypoallergenic, antimicrobial and doesn't include any harmful chemicals. It's also among Saatva's priciest mattresses, but right now all sizes are on sale for up to $500 off. 

The Saatva Solaire Adjustable Mattress, shown here with the head raised, is on sale every month for up to $500 off

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7. Saatva Solaire Adjustable mattress sale

A customizable mattress with 50 different firmness options

Best for: Customization | Sizes: Twin XL to Split Cal King | Depth: 13" | Turn: No | Filling : Talalay latex and gel-infused memory foam | Comfort: 50 levels of personalization | Trial: 365 nights | Warranty: Lifetime | MSRP: $3,295 - $6,590

50 firmness options
Personal settings on each side
Pressure point support
Cooling, gel-infused memory 
No app control – just remote

The Solaire Adjustable is one of the most premium mattresses Saatva has in its catalog. You pay a little more here, but with personalized firmness controls that allow people on both side of the bed to choose the exact comfort level they want from 50 options, you get a lot for your money. 

Technically an airbed, the Solaire has six layers of Talalay latex, gel-infused memory foam, organic cotton, vulcanised air chambers and moisture barriers, all of which support the slightly higher price tag as well. It's the most expensive of the entire range, so it's a good idea to take advantage of a Saatva mattress sale and grab this top of the line product for a little less.

Monthly Saatva mattress sales normally offer big discounts on the Solaire Adjustable mattress, with up to $500 off the largest sizes. A queen size is normally on sale for $4,095, saving you $400 on the MSRP.

Saatva HD mattress deals, discounts and sales for Black Friday

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8. Saatva HD mattress sale

The best Saatva mattress for those weighing over 300lbs

Best for: Heavy people | Sizes: Twin to Cal King | Depth: 15.5" | Turn: No | Filling : Talalay latex and open coils | Comfort: Medium firmness | Trial: 365 nights | Warranty: Lifetime | MSRP: $1,995 – $4,390

Super durable
Breathable and cool
Five-zone pressure point relief
May be too tall for some

The Saatva HD is a luxury innerspring mattress designed for people weighing between 300lbs and 500lbs. That means it has a maximum weight capacity of 1,000lbs for you and your partner, placing it among some of the best mattresses for heavy people who want a bed with some bounce.

The Saatva HD is designed with tempered 12.5 gauge steel open coils that are 25% stronger than the industry standard giving extra support and cooler sleep. There's also a five-zone Talalay latex layer that provides excellent comfort and relief across pressure points, and spinal support gel in the center third of the mattress. 

So if you want the best Saatva mattress for heavy people, the HD is the one to choose. We see it on sale every month, with up to $400 off depending on the size you're buying. Like other Saatva beds the HD comes with a year's sleep trial and a lifetime warranty, plus free mattress installation and old mattress and bed frame removal. That's excellent value for money.

How much is a Saatva mattress?

The MSRP on Saatva mattresses fluctuates most months, with the cheapest prices arriving near major holiday sales such as Black Friday and Labor Day. This is how much Saatva mattresses cost this month:

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Saatva Classic (Queen)MSRPSale price (April 2024)
Saatva RX mattress (Queen)$2,095$1,795
Saatva Memory Foam Hybrid mattress (Queen)$1,795$1,595
Saatva Loom & Leaf mattress (Queen)$2,395$2,095
Saatva Zenhaven mattress (Queen)$3,295$2,945
Saatva Latex Hybrid mattress (Queen)$1,895$2,195
Saatva Solaire mattress (Queen)$4,495$4,095
Saatva HD mattress$3,295$2,945
Saatva Youth mattress (full)$1,055$855
Saatva Crib mattress$355N/A
Saatva Bunk & TrundleFrom $495N/A

Saatva mattress sales FAQ

How to spot the best Saatva mattress sales

Like many mattress brands, MSRPs have crept up on the Saatva range over the past 12 months or so, which means we're unlikely to see any all-time low prices in deals going forward. (We did see a queen Saatva Classic drop to $1,345 after $650 off around Labor Day, but that appears to have been a targeted offer not available to everyone.)

However, the included extras help add to the overall value, especially when compared to other luxury brands. There's a 365-night sleep trial, lifetime warranty, free in-home delivery and free old mattress removal if you need it (Saatva is the only mattress brand we've come across that offers that last one at no extra cost). 

With Memorial Day coming up, you'll want to keep a close eye on mattress sales. This precedes what's generally considered the worst time to buy a mattress (summer). That doesn't mean you won't be able to find savings between June and August – and July 4th mattress sales can have some hidden gems – but they're usually weaker than what you'd find at other points in the year.

Do I need a Saatva mattress promo code?

You don't need a Saatva promo code to claim your savings when there's a Saatva mattress sale, as all discounts are automatically applied at checkout. Plus, our price comparison technology is constantly pulling in the lowest prices from around the web, so you can be sure you're getting the best Saatva deal possible – you don't even need to go hunting for Saatva coupons. 

Are Saatva mattresses worth it?

In a word, yes. Saatva mattresses are handcrafted in America and offer premium levels of support and sleep comfort for a much lower price than what you would pay for comparable models sold only in-store. The reason why Saatva is able to offer such reasonable prices on its luxury mattresses is because it doesn’t have brick and mortar stores, save for a handful of Viewing Rooms in select metro areas.

So we think Saatva mattresses are worth buying if you want a luxury bed without paying luxury prices. The sleep specialist makes eight different models and with a range of high quality materials too, including memory foam, innersprings, and natural latex. The latter is the best choice for anyone wanting a natural mattress for healthier sleep. 

Can you return a Saatva mattress?

Yes. Saatva offers a 365-night mattress trial period, which now matches brands like Nectar and DreamCloud. It's more than enough to get you through the expert-recommended three weeks and will allow you to test the mattress throughout all seasons.

So if you shop the Saatva sale and pick up a mattress for less, yet you don’t love it before the one-year period is up, you can return it. The brand will refund your money and collect the mattress. However, Saatva charges a $99 returns fee, while other brands offer free shipping and returns. 

When is the best time to buy a Saatva mattress?

When comparing sales, it's important to look at the actual price and not just the discount. Like many US bed brands, we saw a rise in ticket prices the past couple of years, which means all of Saatva's beds are pricier than they used to be (some by more than $200). We've been tracking the cost of all Saatva's mattresses for some time, and you'll find a price tracker table at the bottom of this article, using the queen size as a benchmark. 

The cheapest price we've seen the queen-sized Classic (since we started tracking) is $1,199, but the best sale price landed two years ago when the Classic was discounted to $1,345 on Memorial Day. On Black Friday two years ago it was slightly pricier, at $1,395 with our exclusive discount. However, because of those higher ticket prices, we aren't expecting prices to return to those historical lows again.

We're constantly searching the Saatva mattress sales and deals, so bookmark this page and keep checking back. And as ever, if you're in a hurry, be aware that there are good Saatva sales all year round, so you might not lose that much by buying now rather than waiting. 

Saatva Black Friday mattress deals: an expert guide

The Black Friday mattress deals and Cyber Monday mattress deals are historically the cheapest time to buy. So what went down for Saatva Black Friday last year? Saatva kicked off its 'early access Black Friday sale' in mid-November, and it was still in place until the end of Black Friday. 

The sale knocked between $225 and $525 the full adult mattress range, with the discounts increasing as prices went up. There was $225 off all sizes of the Classic (apart from the Split King and the Split California King, which were reduced by $250). A queen size Classic cost $1,570. The Loom & Leaf and Latex Hybrid got a similar discount ($225 off, or $250 off larger sizes. A queen Loom & Leaf dropped to $1,970, and a queen Latex Hybrid to $1,820. 

On Cyber Monday, the discounts went down a bit, ranging from $200 to a maximum of $500. However, throughout November we had our own exclusive code that knocked $400 off all mattresses with a value of $1K or more. 

In almost all cases, this was much better than buying via the general Saatva Black Friday deal – the two exceptions were the twin sized Classic (which didn't make the minimum spend for our $400 off, but was discounted by $225 in the general sale) and either of the split Solaire mattresses, which got more than $400 off in the general offer. 

Black Friday price history

In the previous Saatva Black Friday sale, for example, Saatva offered a 15% discount on orders worth over $2,750, or a 10% discount on orders below that amount. That took the price of a queen sized Classic down to $1,435 (from $1,595). 

Four years ago, Saatva cut $200 off the price of its luxury mattresses when you spent over $1,000. That year, a queen sized Classic dropped to $1,199 (from $1,399). However, that wasn't an especially remarkable offer – in fact, Saatva ran the same deal several times over the course of the year, including on Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day too (all big sales periods for mattresses). Five years ago the Saatva Black Friday mattress sale knocked $150 off mattresses.

Does Saatva have flash mattress sales?

Occasionally, brands will better their Black Friday pricing ahead of the Black Friday sales, with a flash sale. This was the case for years ago when a pre-Black Friday flash Saatva mattress sale knocked $275 off the full range (on Black Friday itself, there was only $200 off). There was no flash sale in the years after. 

Saatva Classic mattress on a light brown fabric bed frame

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Saatva mattress price tracker

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Saatva mattress sale price tracker (queen size)
SaleClassicLoom & LeafZenhavenLatex HybridSolaire
Black Friday 2023$1,595$1,995$1,895$1,795$4,095
Cyber Monday 2023$1,595$1,995$1,895$1,795$4,095
Labor Day 2022 (Sept)$1,395 (exclusive) or $1,570 (general deal) (MSRP $1,770)$1,799 (excl) or $1,974 (general) (MSRP $2,174)$2,395 (excl) or $2,520 general) (MSRP $2,770)$1,649 (excl) or $1,824 (general) (MSRP $2,024)$3,195 (excl) or $3,220 (general) (MSRP $3,570)
4th of July 2022 (July)$1,420 (excl) or $1,520) (MSRP $1,770)Row 3 - Cell 2 Row 3 - Cell 3 Row 3 - Cell 4 Row 3 - Cell 5
Memorial Day 2022 (May) $1,345 (MSRP $1,695)Row 4 - Cell 2 Row 4 - Cell 3 Row 4 - Cell 4 Row 4 - Cell 5
Black Friday 2021 (Nov)$1,435 (MSRP $1,595)$1,799 (MSRP $1,999)$2,245 (MSRP $2,495)$1,664 (MSRP $1,849)$2,588 (MSRP $3,045)
4th of July 2021 (July) $1,299 (MSRP $1,499)$1,599 (MSRP $1,799)$2,199 (MSRP $2,399)$1,599 (MSRP $1,799)$2,845 (MSRP $3,045)
Memorial Day 2021 (May)$1,299 (MSRP $1,499)$1,599 (MSRP $1,799)$2,199 (MSRP $2,399)$1,159 (MSRP $1,799)$2,845 (MSRP $3,045)
Presidents Day 2021 (Feb)$1,199 (MSRP $1,399)$1,499 (MSRP $1,699)$2,199 (MSRP $2,399)$1,599 (MSRP $1,799)$2,595 (MSRP $2,795)
Black Friday 2020 (Nov)$1,199 (reg $1,399)$1,499 (reg $1,699)$2,199 (reg $2,399)$1,599 (reg $1,799)$2,595 (reg $2,795)
Claire Davies
Senior Sleep Editor, Certified Sleep Science Coach

Claire Davies is Tom's Guide's mattress expert and main sleep product tester with over 15 years' product review experience, and she is responsible for all mattress and sleep coverage on the site. A qualified journalist, Sleep Editor and Certified Sleep Science Coach, Claire writes about all things related to sleep, from mattress reviews to the latest sleep techniques and research. Claire has interviewed a wealth of experts, from mattress designers and innovators to neuroscientists and doctors of sleep medicine. Before taking on the role of Sleep Editor, Claire worked as Health & Wellness Editor at Top Ten Reviews, and before that was a Senior Content Editor at T3. Claire is super-passionate about how consistent, good quality sleep can boost our physical and mental wellbeing, and would love to hear from PRs and brands regarding sleep products, services and research that can help our readers sleep better than ever. 

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