Nolah has two NEW Limited Edition mattresses which they say are selling like crazy — likely because they have the lowest prices EVER. They also have a good cause – with each purchase of these new mattresses, Nolah will make a $10 donation to help fight COVID-19 in the USA. Proceeds will go to front-line healthcare workers and hospitals.
Everything on the two Limited Edition mattresses is identical to their two existing Nolah mattresses (Original and Signature). The only difference is the new snow-white Tencel™ cover. Everything else – the AirFoam™ layers, construction, comfort, firmness, weight, etc., are identical to Nolah’s existing mattresses.
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New Limited Edition Mattresses Are the Lowest Prices Yet
Nolah recognizes that a lot of people have lost their jobs or had hours cut but need a good night’s sleep more than ever. Stress can interfere with sleep and weaken your immune system. We’re big fans of Nolah mattress – it’s one of our top picks on a memory foam mattress.
Here are the limited edition mattresses:
10″ Limited Edition Mattress
12″ Limited Edition Mattress
25% OFF LIMITED EDITION MATTRESSES
$640 Deal – Up to $442 Off + 2 Free Pillows ($198 Value) –
25% Off Limited Edition 12″ Mattress – Up To $601 Off + 2 Free Pillows
25% Off Limited Edition 10″ Mattress – Up To $380 Off + 2 Free Pillows
Interesting enough, you can save even more if you choose to forgo the trial period.
A queen size 10″ Nolah is $764 (regular retail price is $1019 – you save $255) and if you choose, “Remove Trial Period” you will save an additional $92. Nolah offers financing too, so you can get that queen for as low as $127 a month, yet get your mattress right away. Otherwise you get a 120 day trial and the mattresses have a 15 year warranty.
Adjustable Base and Bedding Deals Too
Besides the mattresses, Nolah has big sales on adjustable bases and bedding. So be sure to get a mattress protector and extend the life of your mattress even further.
Nolah was named an essential business during the caronavirus pandemic in March.