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Cheap Mattresses: How to Find Mattresses For Inexpensive Costs - Articles Surfing
Buying cheap mattresses isn't about settling for a low-quality mattress at a low price - rather, it's about hunting down major bargains. For some great hints and tips on how to find the best deals on a mattress, keep reading.
Buy Direct from the Manufacturer
Peruse through your local business directories to see if there's a nearby factory or mattress manufacturer in your area. Because factories can't ship out items with small defects like visible stitching, mismatched colors or small stains, they often sell these perfectly good mattresses at major discount prices.
Alternatively, if you live close to the North Carolina furniture corridor between High Point and Hickory, you could save up to 70 percent off the sticker price of a mattress by shopping there. The area is home to the country's five largest mattress manufacturers, each operating a major factory outlet store and all offering incredibly cheap mattresses.
Shop at Wholesale and Bulk Member Shops
The cost of a membership to a wholesale store such as BJ's or Costco will run you between $45 and $60 for 12 months. However, if you can then walk into that store and pick up a brand name mattress and box spring set for a fraction of retail cost and save hundreds of dollars, then that membership is well worth the cost.
Finding cheap mattresses just got easier with websites like Overstock.com. This new wholesaler buys up factory surplus items and then sells them direct to the consumer for incredibly cheap prices.
For example, a recent search for mattresses on Overstock.com came up with a well-known luxury brand name memory foam mattress that was selling for more than 50 percent off the manufacturer's suggested retail price.
Buy Returns, Defects and Mismatched Sets
Most mattress retailers have a small section of clearance products that include very cheap mattresses. The majority of these mattresses have been returned within their 30-day trial period, absorbed small defects or have been separated from their matching box spring.
So, if you can bear the heartache of having a box spring and mattress covered in different fabric or a mattress that's been slept on a total of 4 days by someone else, then huge deals on cheap mattresses could be yours. Take advantage of these prices by asking your salesperson if you can see the clearance items.
Don't Shop on the Weekend
Instead of pushing through the throng of buyers on a busy Saturday, you can great deals on cheap mattresses simply by shopping on a quiet, rainy weekday. Remember, mattress salespeople work on a commission. That means being the only shopper on a quiet day makes you a hot commodity and them more likely to cut you a deal. You'll also get more time to concentrate on your purchase and find the best mattress for your needs.
A good mattress is important for your overall health. When searching for a great deal on your next mattress, remember to take comfort into account - giving it even a higher priority than the lowest cost.
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