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Save up to $350 on select Saatva mattresses and bedding during this limited-time Winter sale.

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Sleep Week 2022 may be over but the sales are still going strong. If you’re searching for your dream mattress, Saatva is offering tons of incredible discounts that will help you fall asleep for less. 

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Through Monday, March 21, the luxury brand is offering up to $350 off select mattress and bedding purchases. During this limited-time Final Winter Sales event, you can get a queen-sized Saatva Classic, typically listed for $1,695, down 15% for $1,445. This is thanks to the sale offering discounts of $250 on purchases between $1,495 and $2,499. You can also get $200 off purchases between $1,000 and $1,494, $300 off purchases between $2,500 and $3,499 and $350 off purchases between $3,000 or more.

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We found the Saatva Classic to be one of the best hybrid mattresses we’ve ever tried, specifically for its three firmness levels and great edge support. Our tester said her experience with the Luxury Firm-level Classic made her feel as though she’d been transported to a high-end hotel the instant she settled in the bed. She called it “pleasantly firm” while noting how it “strikes a great balance.” Although she was underwhelmed by the sub-standard movement absorption and the inconvenient size of the 14.5-inch mattress she tested, she said that the closer-to-standard 11.5-inch model could work well for solo sleepers. 

If sleep is on your mind, now’s the time to upgrade your bedroom with a Saatva mattress, available for a cozy price cut today. While this deal may seem like nothing more than a dream, we promise it’s not too good to be true—the savings are real, but they won’t be around too much longer! 

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