- Sleeps with partner
- Side sleeper
- Snores a lot
- Suffers from back pain
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We compared, tested and rated more than 50 foam mattresses. Nectar is the best-value foam mattress on the market.
|Mattress Advisor Score:||8.6/10|
Twin: 39” x 75”
Twin XL: 39” x 80”
Full: 54” x 75”
Queen: 60” x 80”
King: 76” x 80”
Cal King: 72” x 84”
74 lbs. for queen
2-5 business days
Compressed and rolled in a cylinder case: 30" x 40" for a queen
Lifetime warranty as long as you own the mattress
Nectar is so confident that they make the best mattress for the price that they offer a lifetime warranty and trial period that lasts an entire year.
The Nectar is made with five layers of foam and comes in at 11” thick. On average, we tend to see 3-4 layers and 9”-10” thick with other mattresses in this category. It’s also on the lower end when it comes to price.
Nectar does offer a white glove service where they will come remove your old mattress and set your new Nectar up for you. Fees vary but you can expect this to cost around $170.
The Nectar has five layers of premium foam that promote air circulation and offer support and appropriate weight distribution.
What Nectar Customers Have to Say
After months of research into a new mattress an intro to nectar popped up. I took several weeks comparing my choices to nectar and with help from their customer service (2 thumbs up for them) I chose nectar. I have no regrets. My husband and I have the best night’s sleep, the mattress is plush and extremely comfortable and stays cool throughout the night.” S.J.
I was very hesitant to buy a mattress without trying it out first, but I did a lot of research and decided to take the risk. I tried several different styles of memory foam mattresses in stores and I’d say this falls right in the middle. It’s not too hard, and not too soft. I sink in just enough to feel supported, but not so much that it’s difficult to move. It took me about two weeks to adjust to it. I was stiff in different places, but after a month, I sleep much more soundly." W.R.
I’ve owned the Nectar Mattress for about 8 months now and it’s the best purchase I’ve made for my back. On my last few mattresses, I'd sleep well for about 5.5-6 hrs and then the backache would kick in. With Nectar, I simply don’t want to get up!! I sleep the whole night. I’ve actually changed my sleeping habits, go to bed earlier to get more rest and wake up rejuvenated." Paul H.
From the day that your Nectar mattress is delivered, you will have 365 nights, or a full year, to decide if the mattress is right for you. If you’re not sleeping great on the Nectar for any reason and decide to return it, you’ll simply contact Nectar’s customer support team and they will walk you through the return process. A Nectar representative will arrange for your mattress to be picked up from your home and donated to a local charity in need. You won’t need to worry about putting your mattress back in the box or taking it anywhere special.
The Nectar ships free in the lower 48 states and should arrive at your door within 2-5 business days. Nectar also offers a white glove service where someone will come to remove your old mattress and set up your new one for ~$170, but price may vary.
Great sleep is in reach no matter your financial situation! If you prefer to pay for your Nectar mattress over a period of time, you can opt for 6 months of low, interest-free payments through Affirm. Simply select this option at checkout. No credit check is required and you can apply by using a bank account, credit or debit card and proving a source of income.
All the foams in the Nectar mattresses are CertiPUR-US® certified, meaning they meet some of the most rigorous standards for emissions, content, performance, and durability.
Nectar’s cover can be unzipped completely and spot cleaned with mild detergent. It’s recommended that you use a water resistant mattress cover to protect your Nectar mattress.
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