Casper mattress sale: Where to find 40% discounts as the brand closes in the UK

Ellie Fry
·4 min read
Casper was one of the first companies to reimagine the way people buy beds: Casper
Casper was one of the first companies to reimagine the way people buy beds: Casper

A household name when it comes to sleep products, Casper was one of the first brands to pioneer the bed-in-a-box concept after launching in the US in 2014. It has since garnered celebrity approval, with the likes of Kylie Jenner and Leonardo DiCaprio being fans of the brand.

For a long time, you could only get its flagship mattress in the states, but Casper finally launched in the UK in 2016. The bed-in-a-box market has seen new contenders follow suit, with the likes of Simba, Eve Sleep and Otty releasing popular alternatives.

Casper has recently closed its operations in the UK, meaning the brand will soon only be available in America and Canada. Its website states the decision was made "in order to concentrate on the strength of our North American business".

The company also stresses that as of 13 May 2020, it changed its trial period policy from 100 nights to 30 nights, but for anyone who purchased a mattress from its website before that date, the longer trial remains valid.

If you've had your eye on a mattress from the cult sleep brand for a while and don't want to miss out, fear not, as there is still chance to buy Casper products in the UK at hugely discounted prices.

Ahead we've found impressive deals on a range of Casper's mattresses so you can sleep even better for less.

Casper's products also won a spot in our round-up of the best mattresses of 2020, so you can enjoy our tried-and-tested reviews below before you decide which model to go for.

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The brand's products are still stocked on Mattress Online with up to 40 per cent off a range of mattresses. The retailer is also still offering a 60-night sleep trial for Casper mattresses, but you'll have to be quick as the sale ends in three days. Casper's products can also be found on Amazon too, but it does not feature such good discounts.

Casper hybrid mattress – was £750, now £449.25 for a double, Mattress Online

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Sizes available: Single, small double, double, king, super king
Mattress depth: 24cm
Material: Memory foam and springs
Trial period: 60 nights
Guarantee: 10 years

Casper’s latest offering – and its most expensive yet – has already proven a hit in America. Combining its now legendary foams with a base layer of springs, you get instant sumptuousness (from the moulding of the four foam layers around your body) coupled with added bounce and airflow (from the pocket coil springs). We were impressed before we even got it out of its vacuum pack – how can those springs be so compressible? (Nearly five years of research, is the answer from Casper.) But that was nothing compared to our excitement over the immediate comfort.

The fact that it’s noticeably softer than other Casper mattresses might not be for everyone, though, and made us surprised that Casper claims it’s the brand’s “most supportive mattress yet”. You should also be aware the extra bounce means your partner is more likely to feel it when you turn than with a pure foam mattress. But neither put us off this mattress that feels as indulgent as – if not more than – others two or more times its price.

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Casper essential mattress – was £400, now £299.60 for a double, Mattress Online

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Sizes available: Single, small double, double, king, super king
Mattress depth: 18cm
Material: Memory foam
Trial period: 60 nights
Guarantee: 10 years

This essential model is a great option for those who want all the benefits of a stable, comfortable and long-lasting mattress, without the hefty price-tag. We couldn’t fault this three-layer foam mattress when it comes to breathability, which stops you getting too hot, and you can move around without much effort or disturbing your partner. All this and yet it supports you in all the right places, even if you sleep on your back (which usually makes finding the right mattress extra tricky). But stick to the Casper original mattress (was £600, now £359.40 for a double) if you’re heavier and/or want a thicker mattress, and the hybrid if you want an ultra-squishy one.

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For more mattress reviews, read our round-up of the best here

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