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If you've ever shopped for a mattress, you know that it can get really costly, really fast. Some mattresses can even set you back thousands of dollars.
The good news: Not every mattress comes with a hefty price tag. In fact, Amazon has a top-selling queen-size gem on sale for just $208! It's called the Zinus Memory Foam Green Tea Mattress, and it's perfect for deal hunters who don't want to sacrifice quality.
There's a lot to love about this 8-inch-thick mattress-in-a-box. For starters, as a hybrid, it's the best of both worlds — seamlessly blending multiple layers of pressure-relieving memory foam with heavy-duty steel innersprings. That's a lot of support rolled into one mattress!
And get this: The memory foam is infused with green tea to help your mattress smell fresh and charcoal to block moisture that can lead to odors over time. It also feels incredibly plush — and people are obsessed. "Amazing," said one well-rested shopper. "My wife and I decided to get a new bed and mattress since ours was completely destroyed. This mattress inflated immediately after we took the plastic off of it. It is so soft yet firm and gave us the best sleep we’ve had so far. Highly recommended."
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This Zinus mattress features CertiPUR-US foams, which are independently tested and certified to meet high standards of physical performance, indoor emissions and environmental stewardship.
And the "reveal" is pure fun. Like magic, the mattress arrives compressed into a small box on your doorstep. Just take it out, unroll it and it'll expand within 72 hours.
"Great night's sleep," says another happy camper. "Originally thought the mattress felt too firm. Then slept on it for a week straight. For the first time in a long time, I woke up in the morning with ZERO back pain. Needless to say, I love this mattress."
By the way: The 8-inch mattress also comes in twin ($262, was $300), full ($308) and king ($380) sizes, and there are 6-, 10- and 12-inch versions too. The mattress supports up to 250 pounds for a twin and up to 500 pounds for all other sizes.
Worth noting: There's also a 10-year warranty, just in case you don't love the mattress as much as everyone else.
Down to a ridiculous $208 (from $236), you'd be remiss not to pounce on this deal. Says this five-star reviewer: "Still amazed that we got a great queen-size innerspring mattress for one third of the usual price."
If you've been searching for a new mattress but don't want to blow your budget, here's proof that dreams really do come true.
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