The best Nolah mattress sales and discounts in June 2024: save an extra $100 with us

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A Nolah mattress sale can get you your next bed at an excellent price, and now is a great time to buy. In Nolah's extended Presidents' Day sale there 35% off mattresses with free pillows on some models, but right now you can save an extra $100 when you buy, and we're here to tell you all about it.

Our top pick in the Nolah sale is 35% off the Nolah Evolution 15", which means a queen size is $1,624. But wait! You don't want to pay that; instead you'll want to enter our TECHRADAR100 code at the checkout to get an extra $100 off. That brings it down to $1,524, which is absolutely as good as it gets for this mattress. Our Nolah Evolution 15" mattress review rates it for comfort and motion isolation, and notes that it delivers plenty of cradling support; unsurprisingly you'll find it in our best mattress guide. And if you want a different mattress from Nolah, our discount code will still get you that $100 off.

All of Nolah's mattresses come with a 120-night home trial, giving you plenty of time to make your mind up about your new bed (you'll have to pay for collection if you decide to return your mattress for a refund, though). It's worth mentioning, too, that if you've already made your mind up about a Nolah mattress you can remove the mattress trial and get an extra $150 off your bill. Nolah provides free shipping, and its mattresses also come with a lifetime warranty.

For more options, see our guide to the best mattress deals and sales right now. Otherwise, let’s take a look at this month's best Nolah mattress sales and discounts.

Nolah Evolution 15": $1,499 $874 with TECHRADAR100 code at NolahTECHRADAR100

Nolah Evolution 15": was $1,499 now from $874 with TECHRADAR100 code at Nolah
There's 35% off mattresses in the Nolah sale, with two free Nolah Fluffy pillows included and an extra $100 off with our TECHRADAR100 code. That means you can get its most popular mattress, the luxurious Nolah Evolution 15", for just $1,524 in a queen size, and enjoy its impressive pressure relief and spinal alignment.

Nolah Natural 11": $1,499 $874 with TECHRADAR100 code at Nolah

Nolah Natural 11": was $1,499 now from $874 with TECHRADAR100 code at Nolah
For an eco-friendly option, the Nolah Natural 11" is an excellent choice, especially with 35% off and free Fluffy pillows included. This hybrid mattress is made with natural Talalay latex, with a GOTS organic wool comfort layer, recycled steel coils and an organic cotton cover. In the Nolah Presidents' Day sale a queen size is available for $1,264 with our discount code, reduced from $2,099.

Nolah mattress sale: 35% off mattresses and two free pillows at Nolah

Nolah mattress sale: 35% off mattresses and two free pillows at Nolah
Whichever mattress you're after, you can get 35% off right now in the Nolah sale, and you'll get a pair of pillows included too. For the maximum discount of $959 you'll need to buy the Nolah Evolution 15" in a split king size. There's $508 off the Nolah Original 10" in a queen size, bringing the price down to $941, which is great value for a versatile mattress that delivers plenty of contouring and pressure relief.

Nolah Black Friday and Cyber Monday mattress deals: what you need to know

General wisdom is that if you want a mattress for the lowest price, you should shop in the Black Friday mattress deals (or if you miss those, the discounts usually roll over in the Cyber Monday mattress deals). So what can we expect from Nolah?

The good news is that Nolah does take part in the annual shopping extravaganza, and tends to offer some very generous discounts. The bad news is that, for the past two years (2022 and 2021) at least, the Nolah Black Friday sale is the same generous offer we see all year round, just with some Black Friday branding applied. So that's up to $700 off the full range, with the biggest discounts on pricier models. In 2020, there was up to $800 off the Nolah Evolution 15".

Which Nolah mattress should you choose? 

All Nolah mattresses are designed to offer comfort, cooling and support for a range of sleeping positions and body types, but some are better for certain conditions and sleeping preferences than others. 

The Nolah Evolution 15" (RRP from $1,499) is packed with advanced cooling technology, meaning it should suit people prone to overheating in bed, and those who are experiencing hot flashes (flushes) and night sweats. For a good alternative, check out the Tempur-Cloud mattress, which is often up to 30% off in the Tempur-Pedic mattress sale.

The Nolah Original 10" (RRP from $999 when not on sale) is hailed as the most supportive mattress in the range, making it a great choice for side sleepers and those with hip, shoulder and back pains. For a slightly thinner mattress, consider the Purple Original, which is normally discounted in the Purple mattress sales and deals. For an alternative that comes in your choice of all-foam or hybrid, see our Casper mattress sale guide for the latest discounts on the Casper Original. 

For the best pressure relief, though, try the Nolah Signature 12" (MSRP from $1,299), which features more of Nolah's AirFoam than the Original and delivers deep support for pressure points around your spine, hips, shoulders and other joints. It's an all-foam mattress as standard, but as with the Original you can upgrade to a hybrid option for $140.

The other mattress worth checking out is the Nolah Natural 11" (RRP from $1,499, an organic model that features a range of planet-friendly materials that'll ease your conscience as you drift off to sleep. Finally, the Nolah Nurture 10" (RRP from $1,549) is primarily designed for children and is designed with two different firmness levels to support your little one’s physical growth at different stages.

Also, when you're buying a Nolah mattress, don't forget to check out the Nolah Bamboo Mattress Pad, which is an antibacterial and temperature-regulating pad that can protect your new bed from dirt and dust mites, while adding an extra degree of plush comfort.

More Nolah mattress discounts to check out

Nolah mattress sales, deals and discounts: the Nolah Original 10 Mattress

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1. Nolah Original 10” Mattress deals

The best Nolah mattress for smaller budgets

Sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal King, Split king | Depth: 10” | Turn: Yes, every 3-6 months | Filling: Tencel cover, AirFoam, high-resilience foam, high-density base foam | Comfort: Medium (5-6 out of 10) | Trial: 120 nights | Warranty: Lifetime | MSRP: $999 – $2,398

Affordable
AirFoam tech
Comes with two free pillows
You want a more premium mattress

It may be the cheapest Nolah mattress, but the Nolah Original 10” has plenty going for it and has high user reviews, generating an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 on the brand’s website. The Nolah Original 10” uses patented AirFoam technology to offer four times the amount of pressure relief that you'd get from a standard memory foam mattress, not to mention much faster heat dissipation. This could appeal to hot sleepers looking for a cooler bed to drift off in.

Like other Nolah mattresses, the Original 10” is designed to distribute bodyweight for better pressure relief in all sleeping positions, with up to four times less pressure on your hips, shoulders and back compared to standard memory foam. It’s the ideal choice if you want a mattress that cradles your body while ensuring your spine is properly aligned during sleep.

In the current Nolah mattress sale, you can get up to $300 off an Original 10”, plus you'll get a choice of free gifts worth $198 or more as part of the deal. You’ll have 120 nights to trial this one at home, and it comes on a Lifetime Warranty too.

Nolah mattress sales, deals and discounts: The Nolah Evolution 15 mattress

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2. Nolah Evolution 15” Mattress deals

The best Nolah mattress to date - it’s the brand’s most high-tech

Sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal king, Split king | Depth: 15” | Turn: Yes, every 3-6 months | Filling: ArcticTex cover, HTC cooling quilted Euro topper, AirBreath heat escape gusset, Nolah AirFoamICE, high-resilience foam, high-density transition foam, HDMax Tri-Zone coils with E.D.G.E rails, recycled plant fiber foundation layer, extra-strong border fabric | Comfort: Medium | Trial: 120 nights | Warranty: Lifetime | MSRP: $1,499 – $3,198

Three different levels of firmness
Cooling mattress design
All-over pressure relief
You have a smaller budget

Nolah's top-tier hybrid bed comes with a long list of mattress and material technologies, which work together to boost your sleep comfort. A much deeper mattress than the Nolah Original 10” above, the Evolution 15” is designed to offer targeted back support, responsive pressure relief and ample cushioning across the body. 

In our Nolah Evolution 15" review we found it to be a sturdy hybrid bed-in-a-box that delivers great motion isolation and is really comfortable, particularly for back sleepers. Its seven-layer construction cradles your pressure points as well as supporting and aligning your spine. The Evolution 15" uses AirFoamICE, which is essentially graphite-infused AirForm to offer better pressure relief and temperature regulation; we'd note that we found it to sleep hot occasionally, though.

As the company's most expensive mattress, the Evolution 15” would make quite a dent in your bank balance if you bought it outside one of the Nolah mattress sales. So if you've always fancied a luxury mattress, now is a great time to buy one as you can save up to $800 on the Evolution 15” in the current Nolah sale. That will get you a queen size for $1,549 (was $2,299), plus you’ll get a choice of free gifts worth $198 or more to further increase your savings.

Nolah mattress sales, deals and discounts: the Nolah Natural 11 Mattress

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3. Nolah Natural 11” Mattress deals

The Nolah mattress that’s good for the planet and your sleep

Sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King, Cal king, Split king | Depth: 11” | Turn: Yes, every 3-6 months | Filling: Organic cotton cover, organic wool layer, Talalay latex comfort and transition layers, HDMax Tri-Zone support coil system, organic wool and cotton bottom layer, organic cotton bottom cover | Comfort: Luxury Firm | Trial: 120 nights | Warranty: Lifetime | MSRP: $1,499 – $3,398

Made with eco-friendly materials
Breathable organic cotton and wool
Long-lasting Talalay latex
You want a less bouncy bed

Good sleep shouldn’t cost the earth, so if you’re keen to make the switch to eco-friendly bedding, then take a look at the Nolah Natural 11”. Made with GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certification, this non-toxic mattress features a range of ecologically sourced materials, from organic cotton and wool to hypoallergenic Talalay latex.

Products containing naturally sourced materials often cost a premium, and the Natural 11” comes with a fairly high RRP (from $1,499 when not on sale). Taking advantage of one of the Nolah mattress sales therefore makes a lot of sense. This month you can save $450 on a Twin, $480 on a Twin XL, $510 on a Full size, $580 on a Queen, and $630 on a King or Cal king size. 

The only downside is that you won’t get any free gifts when you purchase a Natural 11”, but you are saving a big chunk of money on an all-natural mattress that is very well priced compared to similar organic beds.

For an alternative natural mattress that won't break the bank, take a look at the Birch by Helix Natural Mattress. It's often up to $400 in the Helix mattress deals too.

Do I need a Nolah mattress discount code? 

You don't need a code for the Nolah mattress deals listed here. Simply choose the mattress you want, head to the checkout and your discount will be applied automatically when you go to pay. However it's still possible to save some extra money with a code when you buy; see our Nolah Mattress discount codes guide to see what's on offer.

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Paul is a freelance writer and editor with over 20 years' experience covering the home and lifestyle sector. He's written about mattresses and sleep tech for our sister site Tom's Guide, and has covered lifestyle tech, among other areas, for T3 magazine.

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