A new mattress is usually an unexpected and unpleasant hit to the wallet. Not to mention browsing the internet or your local bedding store for a new mattress is not exactly your idea of fun right? Well, not to worry! Bedbuyer, has just released Australia’s Top 5 Mattresses for Under $1000 in 2019!
The Noa Mattress was rated as one of the best mattress in a box options in Australia for 2019 and we also think it is one of Australia’s best mattresses under $1000. The Noa Mattress has a firm and supportive feel to it, but also has a nice bounce to it with smooth pressure relief. A queen-size Noa Mattress is listed at $1099, but with a $350 coupon, this comes down to $749. To see our full review on the Noa Mattress, click here.
The Whitehaven Clovelly Medium at Freedom is an absolute beauty for under $1000. The top layer has large puffy pockets which provide a good level of comfort and support. The firm and plush versions should also be considered depending on your preference. A little partner disturbance but nothing too significant. Definitely worth looking at if you have a Freedom store close by.
The Allay Nature is an outstanding mattress range for under $1000. It comes in a firm, medium, and soft version so you can choose the feel that’s right for you. Feels very nice to lie on with great support and comfort. The bamboo fabric and wool give it an attractive, natural feature. To see our full review of the medium version, click here.
The Eva Mattress was recently awarded Australia’s Best ‘Overall’ Mattress in a Box for 2019, so it’s not surprising that we rated it as one of Australia’s best under $1000 as well. The Eva Mattress is a great ‘all-rounder’ at an excellent price. A queen-size Eva Mattress is currently listed at $850, which comes down to $750 with a $100 coupon. This is well below the mattress in a box market average of $1000. To see our full review of the Eva Mattress which includes a video review, click here.
The Englander Boston range at Beds n Dreams is a fantastic mattress range that is incredibly good value for money. As such, it takes the title of Australia’s Best Mattress Under $1000 for 2019! It comes in a firm, medium, or plush version so you can see what suits you best. It has an advanced seven zoned pocket spring system and premium comfort layers. To see our full review of the Englander Boston Medium version, click here.
*The discounted price listed on this review is a special Bedbuyer price that may differ from the price indicated on the Beds n Dreams website. To claim this discounted price with the additional coupon, please contact us.
So there you have it, Australia’s top 5 mattresses under $1000! If you have any questions about this list or anything else, please contact us! We are more than happy to help.
Did you know? Bedbuyer has just released Australia’s Best Mattresses for 2019! To see the full list, click here.
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