Sleep Awareness Week is coming to an end, but we’ve found one more noteworthy deal courtesy of Serta.
For a limited time, Serta is taking up to $300 off select mattresses. The sale includes the Serta iComfort and Serta Arctic line of mattresses. After discount, you can get the Serta iComfort from $1,009 ($100 off) or the Serta Arctic from $3,099 ($300 off). These are among the best mattress sales we’ve seen from Serta. this month.
If you want the best mattress in Serta’s line up, you can’t go wrong with the iComfort line. It’s designed to keep the warmest sleepers cool while simultaneously offering plenty of back support. The base model (iComfort Limited Edition) features a Cold Touch Cover accompanied by cooling gel and cooling foam. The cooling foam contours around your body to offer maximum support. Meanwhile, the gel helps promote airflow and keeps you cool at night.
Meanwhile, the basic Serta Arctic is a 13.5-inch deep mattress available in either plush or firm foam, or a medium or plush hybrid. The main feature in the Serta Arctic is its Reactex System, which utilizes three layers of cooling tech to pull heat deeper into the mattress. In theory, this means heat shouldn’t pool around your body, so you sleep cooler.
It also uses a high-density CustomFit HD Memory Foam for body contouring and cushioning to cradle you. The foam models also use a layer of EverCool Fuze Gel Foam, designed to increase airflow and dissipate heat.
Finally, the Perfect Sleeper is one of Serta’s flagship mattresses. This hospitality edition mattress is the same used in luxury hotels. It features 3 inches of gel foam layer, 3 inches of poly foam layer, and 6-inch innerspring coils. The Serta Perfect Sleeper also features HeiQ V-Block technology, which kills 99.9% of bacteria, viruses, and germs on contact.
Make sure to follow our Sleep Week deals guide for more bedding sales in the coming days.
As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. With over 10 years of deals-hunting experience, Louis price checks against multiple retailers and searches high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.