The Saatva mattress Presidents' Day deal I've been waiting for is live – don't miss it!

A Saatva Classic mattress on a bed frame by the sea
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It might only be February, but I think I've already spotted my favorite deal of the year. Saatva mattresses always rate highly on our best buy lists, and with $400 off any order of $1,000 or more, right now is the time to make a massive saving on a premium bed. This is a semi-exclusive offer – just click any of the links on this page to unlock it – and the best Presidents' Day mattress sale available now. 

Saatva makes a wide range of mattresses, but if it's an outstanding all-rounder you're after, we recommend the Saatva Classic. This traditional yet luxurious innerspring hybrid takes the number one spot in our best mattress guide. In our Saatva Classic mattress review, we were highly impressed with how the design blends support and cushioning to create a sleep surface that feels luxurious and leaves you refreshed in the morning. It's available in three firmness options and two heights, so you can customize it to suit your specific needs. There's a minimum spend of $1k to claim the discount, which means all sizes of the Classic are included.

If the Classic is not quite right for you, there will be something else in the range that does suit – almost everything is included in the sale, except a couple of twin sizes that don't make the minimum spend. 

Saatva Classic mattress

Saatva Classic mattress

Queen size: <a href="https://www.prf.hn/click/camref:1100l8udd/pubref:hawk-custom-tracking/destination:https%3A%2F%2Fwww.saatva.com%2Fmattresses%2Fsaatva-classic%3Futm_source%3Dfuturepublishing%26utm_medium%3Daffiliate%26coupon%3Dawyqqgzvxqicebab" data-link-merchant="saatva.com"" target="_blank" rel="sponsored">was $1,995 now $1,595

Overview:
The Saatva Classic is a hybrid bed that works for almost any sleeper, thanks to a range of customization choices. There are two heights and three firmness levels to choose from, allowing you to craft a surface that really works for your sleep style. The zoned lumbar support is excellent, and, combined with the impressive pressure relief, helps limit aches and pains for an overall more refreshing sleep experience. 

Price history: <a href="https://www.techradar.com/deals/saatva-mattress-sales-deals-and-discount-codes" data-link-merchant="techradar.com"" data-link-merchant="saatva.com"">Saatva mattress sales are pretty common, but this deal better than usual – typically you'll pay around $1,695 for a queen size Classic, but right now it's $1,595. We have had access to this semi-exclusive deal before, but generally only around the sales events that accompany national holidays – so if you miss this deal, you'll likely have to wait for Memorial Day in May for it to reappear (and even then, it's not guaranteed).

Extras: Saatva offers some of the best extras we see from a bed brand, including a full year mattress trial and a lifetime warranty. It also comes with free <a href="https://www.techradar.com/health-fitness/mattresses/what-is-white-glove-delivery-for-mattresses" data-link-merchant="techradar.com"" data-link-merchant="techradar.com"" data-link-merchant="saatva.com"">white glove delivery, meaning Saatva will set-up the mattress in the room of your choice. The only downside is the $99 returns fee.

Need something more specific? Here's a run-down of some of the other mattresses in the Saatva sale, and who we'd recommend them to.

Loom &amp; Leaf mattress: $2,395$1,995 at Saatva

Loom & Leaf mattress: <a href="https://www.prf.hn/click/camref:1100l8udd/pubref:hawk-custom-tracking/destination:https%3A%2F%2Fwww.saatva.com%2Fmattresses%3Futm_source%3Dfuturepublishing%26utm_medium%3Daffiliate%26coupon%3Dawyqqgzvxqicebab" data-link-merchant="saatva.com"" target="_blank" rel="sponsored">queen was $2,395 now from $1,995 at Saatva
The Classic is mostly coils; if you prefer a contouring foam then check out the Loom & Leaf. This is Saatva's premium foam mattress, and uses super-dense, high quality 5lb memory foam. There are two firmness levels to choose from (we recommend firmer for back/stomach sleepers and heavier bodies, but less firm for side sleeper) as well as reinforcement beneath the lumbar.

  • Best for: Contouring foams
  • Read more: <a href="https://www.techradar.com/reviews/saatva-loom-and-leaf-mattress" data-link-merchant="techradar.com"" data-link-merchant="saatva.com"">Saatva Loom & Leaf mattress review
  • Featured in: <a href="https://www.techradar.com/uk/best/best-memory-foam-mattress" data-link-merchant="techradar.com"" data-link-merchant="techradar.com"" data-link-merchant="saatva.com"">Best memory foam mattress

Click any of the links here to knock $400 off all sizes of the Loom & Leaf. That matches the cheapest price we ever see on this model; now's the time to buy. 

Saatva RX mattress: $3,295$2,895 at Saatva

Saatva RX mattress: <a href="https://www.prf.hn/click/camref:1100l8udd/pubref:hawk-custom-tracking/destination:https%3A%2F%2Fwww.saatva.com%2Fmattresses%3Futm_source%3Dfuturepublishing%26utm_medium%3Daffiliate%26coupon%3Dawyqqgzvxqicebab" data-link-merchant="saatva.com"" target="_blank" rel="sponsored">queen was $3,295 now $2,895 at Saatva
The RX is specifically aimed at those suffering from chronic back and joint pain. Our tester found it delivered balanced support and relief, while still looking and feeling opulent. 

  • Best for: Back pain
  • Read more: <a href="https://www.techradar.com/health-fitness/mattresses/saatva-rx-mattress-review" data-link-merchant="techradar.com"" data-link-merchant="saatva.com"">Saatva RX review
  • Featured in: <a href="https://www.techradar.com/uk/best/best-memory-foam-mattress" data-link-merchant="techradar.com"" data-link-merchant="techradar.com"" data-link-merchant="saatva.com"">Best mattress for back pain

The $400 off discount is valid on all sizes, and while it's still an investment, this is the cheapest you're going to get the RX for. It's worth it if you struggle with back pain.  

Buy it if...

You like a lot of choice: Available in three firmness options and two heights, there's a Saatva Classic for almost everyone. The Firm feel will best suit stomach and back sleepers, while the Luxury Firm is a great all-rounder, and Plush will appeal to lightweight side sleepers.

You want a luxury feel: The Saatva Classic feels like a mattress you'd find in the best hotel, thanks to the cushioned Euro-style pillow top and the breathable organic cover. If you want to create the luxury resort experience in your very own bedroom, this is a great option. 

You have aches and pains: With a seal of approval from the Congress of Chiropractic State Associations, the zoned lumbar support of the Saatva Classic offers fantastic support and pressure relief across the body. It helps soothe pains so when morning rolls around, you're feeling refreshed.

Don't buy it if...

You want to feel the foam: The Saatva Classic has a small layer of foam cushioning, but the overall experience is similar to a traditional innerspring. If you prefer the softer cradling of a foam bed, check out our Saatva Loom & Leaf mattress review – our tester described the all-foam bed as "cozy and supportive in all the right places". And a queen is down to $1,995 in the Saatva sale.

You sleep very hot: The Saatva Classic is a breathable bed with good temperature regulation, but for very hot sleepers, it might not be enough. The organic latex Saatva Zenhaven mattress uses natural materials for improved cooling, and there's $400 off all sizes in the sale.

You're on a budget: We think the Saatva Classic is worth the money, but it is a pricey bed. In our DreamCloud mattress review, we found this bed was an affordable alternative to the premium Saatva Classic. And there's 50% off DreamCloud mattresses in the Presidents' Day sale. (Alternatively, a Saatva mattress topper can provide a similarly luxurious feel at a lower price.)

Ruth Jones
Staff Writer

Ruth is TechRadar’s Sleep Writer. She’s here to help you find the perfect sleep setup for your budget and personal preferences. As well as keeping a keen eye on everything that’s going on in the world of mattresses, she regularly speaks to experts to help you learn how to improve your sleep habits, whether that’s by debunking sleep myths or explaining the science behind it all. Prior to joining the TechRadar team, she wrote features and product guides for new parents hoping to get a decent night's sleep, as well as writing for a variety of online spaces.