helps you find the perfect mattress without having to waste time looking at fake “natural latex” mattresses that might be made with toxic fire retardants, polyurethane and blended latex. For all lower 48 states, Monday, December 2nd – Monday, December 9th, 2019.

Anybody that wants to get better quality sleep and minimize their exposure to toxic volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that are off-gassing from conventional mattresses should come to check out the Cyber Monday & Cyber Week Latex Mattress Sale at from Dec 2nd to Dec 9th, 2019.

Up to $1250 in savings are available from select manufacturers. Savings and coupon codes are all listed in the interactive comparison table. Several bonuses such as organic bed sheets, a natural latex pillow and a mattress protector are offered with select models. The sale starts on Monday, December 2nd, 2019 and some latex mattress manufacturers are holding their prices all week until Monday, December 9th, 2019.

Details can be found in the deals & coupons column of the interactive latex mattress comparison chart on the homepage of The chart is interactive because it enables you to search by model or brand and sort by mattress thickness and mattress type. The two main latex mattress types are hybrid (spring coils and natural latex foam) and all-latex core (several layers of latex foam, zippered cover, customizable). 

What’s So Great About Natural Latex Mattresses?

There is no better time to invest in a natural latex mattress than during the Cyber Monday & Cyber Week Latex Mattress Sales Event.  

Here are a few reasons why you might want to make the switch from a conventional polyurethane, gel foam or memory foam mattress to a 100% natural latex mattress(and at a substantial discount from Dec 2nd – Dec 9th, 2019).

  • A natural latex mattress is 3X more durable than polyurethane which means you won’t have to replace it for at least 20 years.
  • Natural latex mattresses are non-toxic and don’t have any fire retardant chemicals, they use wool instead. So, by making the switch, you won’t be polluting your home environment and putting your health at risk witch exposure carcinogenic VOCs.
  • Most natural latex mattresses are 3rd party certified by GOLS (global organic latex standard) and Oeko Tex (no VOCs). Additionally, the natural latex mattress production chain encourages the growing and harvesting of sustainable materials like raw latex, wool and organic cotton.

The 5 Best Latex Mattress Deals For Cyber Monday & Cyber Week 2019

  1. Plush Beds Luxury Bliss – 12-inch hybrid available in medium and medium-firm. Third-party certified from top to bottom so you know you’re sleeping on nature’s finest bedding materials. Read the full review.

      Luxury Bliss – By Plush Beds
  2. Sleep EZ Natural Mattress – (7, 9, 10 or 13 inches) Zippered cover, customizable, split latex layer available so partners can each enjoy their own firmness. Build your own mattress, Oeko-Tex certified.

      Natural Mattress by Sleep Ez
  3. Brentwood Home Cedar Natural Luxe – 15-inch pillowtop hybrid. 365-day trial so you can make sure you’re getting the best sleep before committing. Ultra-luxurious medium-plush mattress. All-natural material construction and 3-rd party certified from top to bottom. Read the full review.

      Cedar Natural Luxe by Brentwood Home
  4. The Eco Terra Mattress by Eco Terra – 11-inch hybrid at a more than reasonable price. Available in medium or medium-firm. GOTS certified organic cotton, OEKO-Tex certified latex and wool.

      The Eco Terra Mattress
  5. The Spindle Mattress – 10-inch customizable all-latex mattress. 365-day comfort guarantee. If you don’t get the firmness right on the first try, Spindle will work with you for up to 365 to help you get the best sleep of your life. In some cases, they will send out a replacement 3-inch latex layer to tweak the firmness of the Spindle mattress. Read the full review.

      The Spindle Mattress

Check out a side-by-side comparison of these mattresses HERE.

About helps health-conscious people find & compare genuine natural latex mattresses in the “bed-in-a-box” category. For a novice in this niche, it may be difficult and time consuming to weed out the semi-natural latex mattresses from the 100% natural latex mattresses. Some conniving manufacturers will include a token (sometimes very thin) layer of natural latex into an otherwise conventional mattress that is full of hazardous chemicals and try to pass it off as “natural”. The team at has weeded out all of these imposters and compiled a helpful comparison table of 3rd party certified natural latex mattresses that is available right on the homepage. Additionally, you can check out natural latex topper comparisons, natural latex pillow comparisons, bed frame & foundation comparisons, and organic bed sheets comparisons.


Daniel Boudreau