How Much Is A Mattress?

How Much Is A Mattress?

You may be wondering, "How much is a queen mattress?" or "How much does a king size mattress cost?" Larger sizes cost more so that's something to keep in mind when deciding on the right mattress size for you.

Selecting the perfect mattress involves more than just choosing the right size. Different mattress types cater to various sleep preferences, and understanding their cost can help you make an informed decision. In this guide, we'll explore the prices associated with each mattress type across different sizes.

Disclaimer: these price ranges are an average of the most commonly sold mattresses. Luxury mattresses, such as Vispring and Hastens, cost much more. There are also some very low quality mattresses that may be even cheaper than our bottom range, but we do not sell or recommend them.

  1. Innerspring Mattresses:

    Innerspring mattresses are constructed with a system of steel coils for support, topped with layers of padding. They provide a traditional bounce and are known for their durability.

    You can find very cheap innerspring mattresses, which likely have a tied coil system rather than individual coils. They will probably be under 10 inches and not the most comfortable. However, if you're in a pinch, you might be able to make it work for some time, especially if you add a foam topper.

    • Twin: $150 - $3,000
    • Twin XL: $350 - $3,000
    • Full: $200 - $3,000
    • Queen: $250 - $5,500
    • King: $300 - $6,000
    • California King: $300 - $6,000
  2. Memory Foam Mattresses:

    Memory foam mattresses contour to your body shape, providing excellent support and reducing motion transfer. They are popular for relieving pressure points and offering a comfortable sleep experience.

    Tempur-Pedic mattresses are at the top end of memory foam price points, while Ashley has a variety of cheaper memory foam mattresses. Bed-in-a-box brands are often memory foam, and provide a convenient shipping option at a decent price.

    • Twin: $250 - $3,000
    • Twin XL: $250 - $3,000
    • Full: $300 - $4,000
    • Queen: $350 - $5,500
    • King: $450 - $6,500
    • California King: $450 - $6,500
  3. Latex Mattresses:

    Latex mattresses are made from natural or synthetic latex and are known for their durability and hypoallergenic properties. They provide a bouncy yet supportive feel. They tend to be more expensive than other mattresses, especially if they are fully latex. The mattresses at the bottom of the range here only feature a layer of latex.

    • Twin: $600 - $3,500
    • Twin XL: $650 - $3,500
    • Full: $800 - $3,800
    • Queen: $1,000 - $4,000
    • King: $1,200 - $4,700
    • California King: $1,200 - $4,700
  4. Hybrid Mattresses:

    Hybrid mattresses combine innerspring coils with memory foam or latex layers, offering the benefits of both support and contouring comfort.

    • Twin: $350 - $4,000
    • Twin XL: $300 - $4,000
    • Full: $400 - $4,500
    • Queen: $450 - $5,000
    • King: $600 - $6,000
    • California King: $600 - $6,000

As you can see, the price ranges greatly, regardless of what you want. The price signals a difference in quality. However, you start getting really great quality beds around the $1,000 mark. So, if you want to get a good deal but make sure your mattress lasts for a long time - plan to budget about $1,000 for a queen mattress.

The cost of a mattress is influenced not only by its size but also by its construction and materials. When choosing a mattress, consider your personal preferences, such as firmness level, sleep position, and any specific features that contribute to a good night's sleep.

By understanding the price ranges associated with different mattress types and sizes, you can find the perfect balance between comfort and affordability.

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