One way to promote a good night's rest is to start with a good mattress. Many people look to Sleep Number beds to insure quality sleep. These beds are adjustable to fit your particular comfort level and some versions even come with technology that monitors the quality of your sleep by measuring your heart rate and breathing patterns. But are Sleep Number bed prices within your budget? The costs of a Sleep Number mattresses will vary depending on the version, but you can't really put a price on good quality sleep.
Sample Sleep Number Bed Prices
How much a Sleep Number bed costs depends on the series that you buy and features that you desire. Though there are several air beds on the market, Sleep Number® beds are the only ones to feature DualAir™ technology. This allows for an individualized level of firmness on either side of the bed. Each bed will need a modular base (about $300 for a queen) or an adjustable FlexFit base (about $1,200 for a queen size).
Wondering if you can put a Sleep Number on a bed frame you already have? You can, however, having the proper base will ensure the mattress is covered by the 25-year warranty, whereas it might not be covered if you opt for a different base.
If you aren't sure if you are ready to invest in a Sleep Number bed, that's okay. Whenever someone purchases a new Sleep Number they receive a 100-day in-home trial. During this time you can test the bed and see if it's a good fit for you, and you can return it for a refund if they aren't satisfied.
Sleep Number offers three classic beds, each featuring an inch of soft foam, quilted into the fabric covering of the mattress. This layer also includes antimicrobial protection to help keep you and your bedding germ-free.
In addition, all of the mattresses in the classic series have full adjustability on both sides of the mattress to individualize your comfort level, as well as comes with air technology that automatically makes adjustments as you move throughout the night. And, they all have SleepIQ Technology that measures your biometrics while you sleep. The primary difference between the three is depth and plushness.
- The c2 is about 8 inches in height and includes a comfort layer of 2 inches. A queen-size mattress set sells for about $1,100 at its regular price. The king-size is priced at about $1,600, a full size costs about $900, and the twin size is about $700.
- The c4 is 9 inches in height and includes a plusher layer of 2 inches for comfort. The queen-size set sells for about $1,900. The king set costs around $2,400, the full is around $1,750, and the twin size is about $1,600.
- The cSE, short for the Classic Special Edition, has a 10-inch profile that includes a 4-inch comfort layer. The queen set is priced at about $2,500 and a king-size is priced at about $3,000. A full is around $2,400 and a twin size is about $1,950.
The Performance Series kicks comfort up a notch. It contains all of the features of the Classic series, plus a pillow-top, a knit fabric that wicks moisture away from the body with even more plushness. In addition, these comfort layers are specially designed to relieve pressure from the body.
- The p5 is 10 inches in height, with a 2-inch comfort level designed to support and relieve pressure. The queen-size set sells for around $2,700 and the king-size set costs around $3,200. A full costs about $2,575, and the twin size is about $2,150.
- The p6 is 11 inches tall, with a 4-inch comfort level for enhanced support. The queen-size set sells for around $3,200 and the king-size set is priced at about $3,800. It is also available in a twin XL for about $2,700. However, there is no full size available.
- The pSE, which stands for the Performance series special edition is 10 inches tall with a 4-inch comfort layer. The queen size can be purchased for about $3,000 while a king size costs around $3,600. There is also a full size available for about $2,800, as well as a twin that costs around $2,400.
There is only one option available for a memory foam Sleep Number mattress. It has all of the accommodations that the previous Sleep Number mattresses have but has an additional layer of memory foam. This layer not only adds a little extra comfort to your sleep experience, but also helps balance temperature by absorbing excess heat that is created while you sleep, and releasing that heat back towards your body as you cool.
The m7 is 11 inches deep and includes 5-inches of exclusive CoolFit™ foam with gel technology. The queen-size set sells for about $3,900 and the king size is priced at about $4,600. There is also a full size available at around $3,725 and a twin XL size is about $3,550.
The Innovation Series helps to minimize changes in body temperature while you sleep. It has all of the smart technology and adjustability features as all of the mattresses above combined and offers one additional feature. This mattress comes equipped with smart fabric, which is more breathable than traditional mattress surfaces and helps keep the surface cool and inviting. There are three options available in this series.
- The i8 is 12 inches deep which includes 6 inches of PlushFit™ foam. The queen-size set sells for about $3,900 and the king-size set is priced at about $4,600. There is a full available at around $3,750 and a twin XL set that goes for around $3,550.
- The i10 has a 13-inch profile with 7 inches of comfort layer included. A queen-size set sells for about $5,400, while a king-size set is about $6,100. However, it is not available in either a full or a twin.
- The iLE, which stands for Innovation series limited edition, has a 12-inch profile with 6 inches dedicated to the comfort layer. A queen-size set is priced at about $5,400, while a king-size set costs around $6,100. A full is set at just over $5,000 and the twin XL set is about $4,800.
Which Sleep Number Bed Is Right for You?
The only person that can choose your perfect bed is you! And, the only way to know for sure which model works best for you and your budget is to visit a store and try them out. Compare the different models and features, and find one that's just right.
Maybe it's really important to you that your bed stays cool while you sleep, or maybe that isn't that big of a priority for you. Think about what makes you comfortable and what would help you get a better night's rest. Then, find a mattress that matches your individual needs and that suits your budget.
|Cost||Types Available||Mattress Sizes||Does it have Dual Adjustability?||Does it have Responsive Air Technology?||Does it have SleepIQ Technology?||Does it have enhanced pressure relief?||Does it help balance temperature?||Does it have Smart Fabric for breathability?|
|Classic Series||$700 for a Twin - $3,000 for a King||c2, c4, cSE||King, Queen, Full, Twin||Yes||Yes||Yes||No||No||No|
|Performance Series||$2,150 for a Twin - $3,800 for a King||p5, p6, pSE||King, Queen, Full, Twin||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||No||No|
|Memory Foam||$3,550 for a Twin XL - $4,600 for a King||m7||King, Queen, Full, Twin XL||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||No|
|Innovation Series||$3,550 for a Twin XL - $6,100 for a King||i8, i10, iLE||King, Queen, Full, Twin XL||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
Finding the Best Sleep Number Price
Throughout the year, there are several discounts available on Sleep Number beds. When you find the right sale, these listings can save you several hundred dollars on a mattress, so it's a good idea to scout for deals, especially around the holiday season. Be sure to check that the discounted mattress is eligible for the same warranty as full-priced beds.
Before you go shopping, check out the sale prices and ask about arrangements for financing. There is also a factory outlet, which offers beds that are sold at closeout prices due to design changes or style updates but maintain the same dual chamber technology. With this information in mind, you're one step closer to putting yourself and your sleep first, and that's not something to yawn about.