Three-day holiday weekends are one of the best times to find a mattress sale. To help you shop for a new bed, Consumer Reports scoured the market for Memorial Day mattress sales on our readers’ favorite brands. Of course we also test many mattresses from those same brands. Below are the best deals we found, listed in order of brand preference, based on our survey of nearly 62,000 readers.

But keep in mind that you don’t have to wait for a sale to get a discount on a mattress as most sellers are open to haggling. Check out these 7 ways to buy a better mattress.

If you don't find your brand or store here, check our mattress ratings and recommendations.

CR Readers' Favorite Mattress Brands

Tuft & Needle
Tuft & Needle isn’t having an advertised sale but it’s raising its prices on June 1, due to increased costs, so now is a good time to buy. The price of its queen mattress, which we tested, will increase from $600 to $750.
Mattress CR tested:
Tuft & Needle T&N

Casper
Casper sells direct to the consumer through its website, although now you can try its mattresses at West Elm. Casper isn't advertising a sale, but if you type in the code word “Staycation” on its website when you checkout, you’ll save $75.
Mattress CR tested: The Casper

Novaform
Sold at Costco, Novaform mattresses are being offered this weekend at prices up to $140 off.
Mattress CR tested: Novaform 14" Serafina Pearl Gel

Sleep Number
Sleep Number is having a semiannual sale offering hundreds off on some of its priciest mattresses.
Mattresses CR tested: Sleep Number i8 and Sleep Number C2.

Sleep Innovations
Sleep Innovations is sold by various retailers including Walmart, Amazon, and Wayfair. We found at least one of its mattresses marked down 20 percent on Amazon.
Mattress CR tested: Sleep Innovations Taylor 12 inch Gel Swirl

Saatva
Saatva is advertising, “Memorial Day prices every day” on its website. It sells direct to consumers.
Mattress CR tested: Saatva Luxury Firm Euro Pillowtop

Original Mattress Factory
The Original Mattress Factory has 100 stores, but we found no advertised sales on its website. You might have more luck at one of its retail outlets.
Mattress CR tested: The Original Mattress Factory Orthopedic Luxury Firm

Tempur-Pedic
Tempurpedic is sold at a variety of stores, including Raymour & Flanigan and the Ashley Homestore. On its website it’s advertising savings of up to $400 on a mattress and $200 on a base.
Mattress CR tested: Tempur-Pedic Tempur-Flex Prima Firm
 
Therapedic
These mattresses are sold at a variety of mostly smaller furniture stores. Check its website for one near you. We found ours on myessentia.com, which is offering 20 percent off this weekend.
Mattress CR tested: Therapedic Eco-Gel2 Oceanfront

Shifman
Another favorite brand that's sold at a variety of retail stores, including Bloomingdale’s—where we found its mattresses for up to 50 percent off.
Mattress CR tested: Shifman Handmade Original

Bob-O-Pedic
Bob isn’t advertising a sale on the website but the retailer is featuring bargains under the rubric Bob’s Value Express, and of course it's a discount store to begin with.
Mattress CR tested: Bob-O-Pedic Hybrid Queen Cushion Firm


More Places to Find Memorial Day Mattress Sales

  • Ashley Homestore: Up to 40 percent off
  • Bloomingdale’s: 25 to 70 percent off
  • Ethan Allen: 20 percent off
  • Macy’s: 10 percent off
  • Mattress Firm: Up to $1,000 off
  • Raymour & Flanigan: “Everything’s on sale”
  • Sears: Up to 60 percent off