Have you ever thought about purchasing your mattress online? I haven’t. That is until the Leesa mattress came onto my radar and changed the way I thought out sleep.
I was definitely a bit wary of ordering a mattress online because isn’t the fun in buying a new mattress getting to bounce around on all the samples in the store? Plus, since you only get to make this decision once every 8-10 years. Gotta make it count! But on that same wavelength, how can you really tell if you like the mattress after sitting on it for 10 minutes? Not comparable to a full nights sleep.
So with that in mind. YOLO. I’m off and ordering a new mattress on the Leesa website. Luckily, Leesa only offers two types of mattresses so the stress of having to pick the *perfect* mattress out of a huge warehouse was lessened for me (see the Paradox of Choice). I selected a queen Leesa, which cost less than many flights I’ve purchased recently. And given that I spend thousands of dollars to be on a plane for 8-10 hours, let a long 8-10 per night for years, I figure this is a pretty good investment.
Disclaimer: Leesa Mattress provided me a mattress to write this blog post free of charge and sponsored this post. All opinions are my own. And if you’re looking to get a new mattress, get $100 off with my code: http://refer.leesa.com/l7sWl
Much to my surprise, the Leesa mattress arrived on my doorstep compacted into a relatively small box. I cut open the box, unrolled the mattress, pulled off the plastic, and within seconds the mattress expanded. SO COOL.
Once unrolled, I popped that bad boy onto my bed. And had some delightful sleep. Better than my old mattress? Hard to tell, since it was only 3 years old. But I did enjoy it. Leesa mattresses allegedly fit 95% of all sleepers. They know this because they offer a 100-day trial where you can return the mattress if you don’t like it and get your money back. However, rarely anyone does that.
The Leesa mattress has a natural cooling system. They’ve placed the memory foam in the middle instead of on top which is different from other mattress design.
If you need more convincing, Leesa mattress is passionate about philanthropy and donates one mattress for every 10 sold to people in need from homelessness, domestic risk and human trafficking. They’ve donated 24,000 mattresses to date. Also, Texas mattress orders are made in Texas! YAY. Best state ever. There’s also free shipping. If you’re still nervous about buying a mattress online before seeing it, swing by Pottery Barn in Highland Village or any West Elm store to see the mattress in person. Leesa just launched their partnership with Pottery Barn in January and have a bed set up in the showroom.
Also, check out on my referral code http://refer.leesa.com/l7sWl to get $100 off a Leesa mattress! Sometimes they run deals and you get a free pillow as well! Happy shopping 🙂
To learn more about the Leesa mattress, their social impact program, delivery, build construction, and more, read the Leesa mattress review at Review.org.