Best Nectar mattress deals − selected by a sleep writer and sales hunter

When you shop the Nectar mattress deals, you can save hundreds of dollars on plush memory foam models and high-tech hybrids

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A mattress is a major investment, but you shouldn't have to spend thousands of dollars to get a good night's sleep. When you take advantage of the best Nectar mattress deals, you don't have to. Once you know when and where to shop, you can save hundreds on plush memory foam models and high-tech hybrids.

Before I started as H&G's resident sleep writer, I was a price tracker. I spent my days crawling the sites of the major mattress retailers, watching the prices go up and down. I learned how to shop the mattress sales to get the lowest prices on the best beds, all year round, so I'm perfectly placed to bring you today's best Nectar mattress deals.

In my current role, I lead a team of expert testers to find the world's best mattress. We assess each mattress against the same criteria: comfort; support; breathability; motion isolation; edge support; and the all-important price. Nectar beds are already affordable − with the best Nectar mattress deals, you can bag a bed at a bargain price.

Best Nectar mattress deals 2024

I think Nectar is one of the best places to buy a mattress, whether you're looking for a memory foam model or a hybrid mattress. Whichever bed you buy, you're covered with a lifetime mattress warranty and a 365-night mattress sleep trial.

As you scroll their site, you'll find thousands of verified customer reviews beneath each product listing to give a better picture of what it might be like to sleep on that mattress. If you like the look of their beds, you could always shop their bed frames, though I'd steer clear of their branded bedding – you can find much better in the bedding sales.

Nectar mattress FAQs

Why are Nectar mattresses so cheap?

Part of the reason why Nectar mattresses are so cheap is that some of their materials are sourced from overseas. If you're looking for a mattress that's made in the USA, you'd be better off shopping somewhere like Saatva, though you should prepare to spend more money. When you're buying American-made, the manufacturing cost is driven up by labor costs, which in turn is driven up by living costs.

The other reason why Nectar mattresses are so cheap is that they're filled with synthetic substances, which are cheaper to produce than natural fibers are to source. If you're looking for the best organic mattress, you won't find it at Nectar.

How is a Nectar mattress shipped?

Nectar is a box mattress brand, which means that their beds come compressed into cylinders, wrapped in plastic, packed in cardboard boxes, and delivered to your door. Once you open the box and cut the plastic wrap, your mattress will start to inflate. Our expert testers found that it often takes a day or two for your new Nectar mattress to reach its full height.

In that time, you might notice a chemical sort of smell emanating from your mattress. Try not to worry: that's just the mattress off-gassing as it inflates. Although the smell is typical for a box mattress, it is unpleasant, and it will take a good few hours to dissipate. To speed up the process, I suggest you open a window and switch on a fan or air purifier.

Which Nectar mattress is best for side sleepers?

According to our expert tester, Millie, the Nectar Premier Hybrid is the best Nectar mattress for side sleepers. The Premier Hybrid has the same solid support as its predecessor, with a bit more give to cushion your hips, knees, neck, and shoulders, and far superior edge support.

Emilia Hitching
Sleep Editor

Emilia is our resident sleep writer. She spends her days tracking down the lowest prices on the best bedding and spends her nights testing it out from the comfort of her own home – it's a dream job. Her quest to learn how to sleep better has taken her all around the world, from mattress factories in Arizona to sleep retreats in Scandinavia. Before she joined Homes & Gardens, Emilia studied English at the University of Oxford. She also worked on the other side of the aisle, writing press releases for regional newspapers and crafting copy for Sky.