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Best Mattresses in Lansing, MI

Aug. 26, 2019, 5:03 p.m.

Shopping for a mattress is overwhelming given the wide range of brands, styles and materials. It’s essential to choose wisely as you’ll have to sleep with your decision every night. Our partners at ConsumerAffairs researched the best mattress stores in Lansing to explain the options and guide you in the buying process.

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Saatva Mattress

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Saatva Mattress
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Features
  • Best-priced luxury mattress
  • Lumbar support enhancement
  • Eco-friendly materials
  • Available in Lansing
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Luma Sleep
Luma Sleep
Features
  • Back support, pressure relief, spinal alignment
  • 100 night in-home trial
  • 3 comfort choices: plush, medium, firm
  • Available in Lansing
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Select Comfort - Sleep Number
Select Comfort - Sleep Number
Features
  • Dual comfort adjustability on both sides
  • SleepIQ® technology tracks how you sleep
  • Kids beds, RV mattresses
  • FlexFit™ adjustable base
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Purple
Purple
Features
  • Purple Smart Comfort Grid™
  • Adapts to your pressure points
  • Hypoallergenic, non-toxic, durable
  • Stays cool, disperses body heat and allows airflow
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Serves residents in
Lansing, MI
(888) 848-8456
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Casper
Casper
Features
  • All-foam or foam & spring hybrid mattresses
  • Zoned Support™ helps shoulders, hips stay aligned
  • High airflow for breathability
  • Pressure relief memory foam
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Serves residents in
Lansing, MI
(888) 498-0003
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Nectar
Nectar
Features
  • 365-night, risk-free trial
  • Certified, flexible, non-toxic foam
  • Works with all bed frames
  • Forever warranty
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Location
Serves residents in
Lansing, MI
(888) 863-2827

How to choose a mattress in Lansing

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While many mattress companies or stores tell you they have the best mattress, there is no one perfect mattress for everyone. A mattress needs to meet specific criteria for your needs. Whether you are looking for a soft mattress that contours to your body or a firm mattress that keeps your spine aligned, it’s essential to keep your needs in mind while shopping.

Many people purchase a new mattress to help with back pain. Although the Mayo Clinic advises most mattresses do not solve back problems, choosing the right type of mattress for your sleeping style can help alleviate back pain by relieving pressure points on your body. Look for a mattress that keeps your spine aligned and provides proper support.

Comparing mattress firmness levels

Firmness level Pros Cons
Soft Lets you sink in and cradles your body; contours to the body of side sleepers to keep proper spine alignment Heavier people may sink too far into the mattress and experience joint pain
Medium-firm Provides a compromise between soft and firm mattresses; good for back sleepers and those who change sleeping position often May be too firm or too soft for certain types of sleepers
Firm May reduce back pain; often the most comfortable choice for stomach sleepers The inability to contour to the body may increase aches in pressure points

Mattress types and costs in Lansing

Most quality mattresses start at around $1,000 for a queen-sized mattress, and you should expect to spend a minimum of $600 for a good mattress. The cost of a mattress depends on multiple factors, including the size, the type of mattress, the material used in construction and special features or technology.

Mattress type Description Best for... Cost
Innerspring/coil mattresses Innerspring mattresses utilize a metal coil system for support Side, stomach and back sleepers $500 - $1,200
Memory foam mattresses Memory foam mattresses are made from a soft material that gradually conforms to the sleeper’s body Side sleepers and hip support $500 - $3,000
Latex mattresses Latex mattresses are similar to memory foam mattresses but use natural materials Side, stomach and back sleepers $700 - $6,000
Hybrid mattresses Hybrid mattresses are built with innersprings and a layer of memory foam or latex Side, stomach and back sleepers $1,000 - $4,000
Gel mattresses Gel mattresses use a layer of gel to provide extra cooling and contouring Side sleepers and hip support, those who have trouble sleeping in hot weather $150 - $5,000
Pillowtop mattresses Pillowtop mattresses use an additional layer of padding, which creates a pillow on top of the supportive material Side sleepers who desire an extra soft mattress $1,000 - $1,400
Waterbeds Waterbeds utilize water for a support system; can be waveless or free-flow Back sleepers Up to $2,000

Mattress disposal in Lansing

Once you have your new mattress, you may face an additional cost to dispose of your old one. The City of Lansing provides curbside pickup for mattresses and box springs for a fee of $33 for the first item picked up and $16.50 for additional items picked up the same day.

Some mattress companies offer free mattress disposal when delivering your new mattress. Be sure to ask if the company provides mattress removal.

Bed in a box vs. in-store mattresses

Many companies now sell mattresses online and ship them directly to customers, which lets you avoid shopping in a brick-and-mortar store. A mattress bought online is often referred to as a bed-in-a-box because it is compressed into a box and expands to full size after you unpack it.

Purchasing a mattress online is convenient and lets you compare multiple brands without leaving your home. Many online mattress companies claim to sell mattresses for less by reducing operational costs.

There are several advantages still offered by physical storefronts, however. Shopping at a brick-and-mortar mattress store lets you test out several mattresses before making a purchase, and stores often carry mattresses from multiple brands.

Buying a mattress in Lansing

When shopping for a mattress, look for recommendations from friends or relatives who are happy with their mattresses. Customer reviews are also an excellent source of information — mattresses may take some time to get accustomed to, and hearing from people who have owned a type of mattress for a while lets you know how the mattress holds up as it ages.

Other considerations include finding companies that provide a trial period and free returns, which are especially important when purchasing a mattress online. When comparing similarly priced items, always check the warranty.

Saatva Mattress

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Saatva Mattress is an online mattress store that produces a unique hybrid style mattress that uses coils and a layer of foam. The company offers free delivery, free mattress disposal and a 120-night trial period. Lansing residents recommend the mattress and say Saatva Mattress stands behind its warranty.

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Luma Sleep

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Luma Sleep sells bed-in-a-box latex mattresses. The company offers a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee, and the mattresses come in three different firmness levels. Luma Sleep provides a 10-year warranty on its mattresses. Lansing customers appreciate the comfort provided by the latex foam and say the mattress is an excellent value.

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Select Comfort - Sleep Number

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Select Comfort offers the Sleep Number bed, which allows you to adjust the firmness of the mattress to suit your sleeping style. The mattresses also include optional SleepIQ software that tracks your sleep quality. Lansing customers are pleased with the bed itself, but some people say customer service could be improved.

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Purple

Purple

Purple has developed a unique style of memory foam mattress. The affordable mattress is designed to stay cool, conform to your spine and provide you the best night’s rest you’ve ever had. Lansing customers love how well they sleep on Purple’s mattresses, though some say the return process could move faster.

Casper

Casper

Casper is an online mattress company that sells a bed-in-a-box product. The company guarantees superior comfort, impressive value for the product’s quality, fast shipping and a risk-free experience. While many Lansing customers recommend the mattress, a few people found the company’s customer service and warranty claims unresponsive.

Nectar

Nectar

Nectar produces gel/memory foam mattress as a mattress-in-a-box. Nectar is one of the only companies to offer a lifetime warranty and a one-year trial period. Many Lansing customers say the mattress made a significant impact on their sleep quality and that the company is responsive and quickly responds to all concerns.

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