Why put a price on a good night's sleep?



If you’re stuck with an old, saggy thing that feels more like a park bench than a bed, is it really a good idea just to grin and bear it? Or is there a simpler way?

Well, first of all, it’s never a good idea to lay on an uncomfortable mattress. That discomfort is your body’s way of telling you that something is wrong, so don’t ignore it! Secondly, you don’t have to worry about spending hundreds of pounds on a brand new mattress right away, because we offer one of the best interest-free finance options available, which means you could be sleeping on a brand new mattress the very next day without spending a penny.

Get down to Mattressman and ask one of our sleep experts to process an application for you. Alternatively, if you prefer ordering things online, simply visit our website and select our finance option at the checkout. Deko, our finance provider, will then ask you a few simple questions before letting you know if you’ve been accepted. It’s that easy!

So, with our free next-working-day delivery to anywhere in the UK mainland and our pocket-friendly finance options, you can have the one you love and pay for it later! 

If you don’t think finance is right for you, here are some quick, inexpensive ways to make your old mattress more comfortable.

Mattress toppers - these are great for revitalising old mattresses on a budget. We have several on our website, from hotel-quality toppers with percale covers to memory foam varieties infused with Charcool.

Check your bed frame - If your mattress isn’t properly supported, then you won’t feel properly supported either. Check the slats to make sure they haven’t warped and that there are no large gaps.

Flip and rotate - Sometimes the fibres inside your mattress, particularly when it’s new, can clump, creating uncomfortable bulges or dips. Regularly flipping and rotating your mattress will ensure the fillings settle evenly, and prevent any awkward lumps and bumps from developing. Single-sided mattresses only require rotating, whereas 2-sided mattresses require both flipping and rotating. You can read more about mattress care on our blog here. 

With these tips and our interest-free finance, there should be nothing standing in the way of you getting a great night’s sleep, so why wait until payday? 

Sleep Well!