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The Fourth of July is a national holiday celebrating America’s freedom from Great Britain, beginning with the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 1776.
Nowadays, Americans traditionally celebrate the Fourth of July (also known as Independence Day) with fireworks, cookouts, parades, and other festivities. For most communities, it’s a joyous and high-spirited day full of patriotic cheer.
Yes. Mattress companies usually have sales during the main holidays, including Memorial Day and Labor Day.
However, Fourth of July mattress sales are less common, which is what makes our holiday savings so special. Stay cool in the warm seasons by purchasing our discounted new cooling mattresses. Or plan ahead for the colder months and buy discounted items filled with down, like our duvets or pillows.
Typically, the best bedding and mattress sales are during season changes and holidays like Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, and Black Friday. Each sale highlights select mattresses and different products so that customers can take advantage of bedding deals year-round.
If you’re wondering what the best time to buy a mattress is, consider these popular dates for mattress sales:
Buying a new mattress is not a one-size-fits-all situation, so it’s essential to evaluate your individual needs. If you have a history of back pain or sleep problems, you may want a free trial period to help you make sure you’re comfortable with your new mattress.
Here are some major factors you will want to consider when choosing a mattress.
Your Room Size
The amount of space available to you should be considered. A larger mattress will take up more space, so plan accordingly and ensure there is plenty of space in your bedroom for your mattress.
Below are the mattress sizes in square inches and square feet.
Twin: 2,925 sq. in./20.3 sq. ft.
Twin XL: 3,120 sq. in./21.7 sq. ft.
Full: 4,050 sq. in./28.1 sq. ft.
Queen: 4,800 sq. in./33.3 sq. ft.
King: 6,080 sq. in./42.2 sq. ft.
California King: 6,048 sq. in./42 sq. ft.
Your Body Size
You should take your height and width into consideration when choosing a mattress. A typical twin mattress is 75 inches tall, while a twin XL is 80 inches tall. If an individual is taller than six feet two inches, a twin mattress is probably not for them. Instead, it’s best to go with the XL, full, queen, or king bed—all of which can accommodate someone who is up to 6 feet 7 inches.
Those that are taller than 7 feet should opt for a California king bed. For those who want more space on either side of their body, a full, queen, or king bed will be the most comfortable.
The amount of money you are willing to spend on a mattress can also help you choose the right size. Buying a mattress that meets both your size needs and your financial needs is key.
Still unsure? Check out our Mattress Size Comparison guide
When shopping around for pillows, there are a few key things to keep in mind:
Learn more in our guide on how to choose a pillow