Simba mattress deals – up to 40% off top bedding in the Boxing Day sale

Shop the Simba mattress sale to find a great deal on one of Britain's best selling mattresses

Hankering for a good night's sleep? Look no further as the Boxing Day Simba sale has landed meaning many bargains to be had to upgrade bed time. These Simba mattress deals will see you save hundreds of pounds on products from one of the leading mattress brands. Made in Britain using British and recycled materials wherever possible, buying in a Simba mattress sale means you can save money and help save the planet while you're at it.

But that isn't the only reason to make the most of a deal on one of the best mattresses around.

We have tested every mattress in the Simba range, from their crowd-pleasing Simba Hybrid, to the new 10-layered Simba Luxe – and we highly rate the lot with 4.5 and 5 star ratings. As the 'Hybrid' in their names suggests, all Simba mattresses use a combination of foam and springs for the ultimate in support, cooling and comfort. Their signature Simba Pure layer is an upper layer of open cell foam that moulds to your body, accompanied by a breathable sleep surface that regulates temperature.

Best Simba mattress deals

Wondering what is on offer in the latest Simba mattress sale (opens in new tab)? This week, if you spend over £300 you can save 40%. From the crowd-pleasing Simba Hybrid to the next level sleep experience of the Simba Luxe, we highly rate everything on offer in their mattress collection – just choose the best one for your needs and budget.

See some of the options below then head to our Boxing Day home deals page for more offers for your home.

Save 40% on mattresses | Shop and save when you spend over £300 at Simba (opens in new tab)

If you need a new mattress, then this exclusive offer can't be missed. Prices start from £389.40 for a single Hybrid and it is a great chance to save over £847 on a super king Simba Hybrid Luxe if you are looking for a really good night's sleep. Ends 11:59pm Sunday 26th December 2021

Simba Hybrid King Size | Was £999, now £549.45 (opens in new tab)

This might be Simba's entry level mattress, but it has won no less than 12 industry awards (including one from us). It has a combo of foam and titanium Aerocoil springs for the most durable comfort, plus a breathable topper that means you won't get too warm.

 

Simba Hybrid Pro Double | Was £1,239, now £681.45 (opens in new tab)

Though not Simba's most expensive mattress, the Hybrid Pro certainly is a premium buy. And with a massive £430 discount, you can now upgrade to this 7-layer sleep dream for less. It includes a wool layer and double Aerocoils for supreme comfort.

Simba Hybrid Luxe King Size | Was £1,909, now £1,049.45 (opens in new tab)

We have tested this mattress and WOW! With three layers or up to 6,000 Aerocoils plus a bamboo wool layer and the softest and most breathable top layer, this buy is the best night's sleep guaranteed (and if you disagree you have a risk-free 200 night trial).

 Why should you buy a Simba mattress deal?

We all know how important sleep is, but many of us are not giving ourselves the best chances of a great night's sleep by using a mattress that is old, worn or unsuitable for o1ur sleep position. With experts recommending we replace our mattress every seven years, lots of people should consider an upgrade when a mattress sale presents itself.

This should be particularly pertinent if you are suffering any form of back or joint pain that your mattress could be contributing to. The Simba mattresses are well designed for supporting those with these types of problems, offering a combo of springs and foam that keep the spine well aligned, while giving softness for hips, knees and shoulders.

As this level of engineering can be pricey, looking for the best mattress deal is a great way to take care of yourself without breaking the bank.

You can also take these Simba mattress deals as a chance to upgrade other bedding items. Better pillows, a duvet that is better for temperature regulation or a mattress protector to protect your new mattress are all worth investing in. You should also look at Simba mattress toppers too if you are not in the market for a new mattress itself, but want to improve the comfort of your current bed. They are great for sofa beds, too. Find out more in our guide to the best mattress toppers.

Simba bedding bundles

You can always get a good deal – even better with a sale on – with Simba's bedding bundles (opens in new tab). These are designed for anyone who wants to not just buy a mattress, but invest in the best pillows and one of the best duvets around, too. All you have to do is choose which type of Simba mattress you want and the size and the rest is bundled with it for a lower price than buying separately. You also get the Simba mattress protector (we think this is one of the best mattress protectors) to help keep your new purchase fresh and clean.

Just moved home? The Simba Ultimate Bundle (opens in new tab) could be for you. It includes one of Simba's new bed bases which start from just over £500 for a double. They have beautifully upholstered headboards and there are three styles to choose from in a range of on trend colours. The slats are designed to work perfectly with Simba mattresses for optimum comfort.

Simba mattress deal bundle including bed base

(Image credit: Simba)

What else to consider when buying a mattress in a sale

Panic buying can set in when you see something is on offer, but making time for a bit of research into finding the right mattress for you is key. Read reviews of any mattresses you like the look of, taking note of comments from people with similar sleep issues to you if required.

Next look for companies like Simba who offer free trials of their mattresses. Simba offer 200 nights risk free – if you find this isn't the mattress for you, they will let you return it and refund what you paid, no questions asked. Different brands offer different trial lengths, so make a note and remember that if you buy in the sale, you will be refunded the sale price you paid, even if you return when the mattress is back at full price.

Lindsey Davis is Editor in Chief of Ecommerce for the Homes vertical at Future, looking after product content on brands including Ideal Home, Homes & Gardens and Livingetc. She is also Acting Editor of Realhomes.com having worked on the brand for nearly seven years where she was Senior Web Editor, then Associate Editor. Prior to building her expertise in shopping, Lindsey worked on the UK’s leading self build magazine and website, Homebuilding & Renovating, where she honed her knowledge around building and home transformations.