In this post, we cover everything you need to know about IDLE Sleep policies relating to shipping, returns, trial period and warranty. We also discuss how you can save money on an IDLE bed-in-a-box by using a promo code or discount code.
IDLE ships all of their mattresses to your home for free, rolled up and compressed in a box. It’s up to you to unpack and set up your new bed in the room of your choice. It’s recommended you let your mattress take shape for up to 72 hours before sleeping on it. Free shipping is available to the 48 contiguous states. Last we checked, shipping was available to Alaska and Hawaii at an additional fee. Of course, you can always contact IDLE if you have any questions.
IDLE offers a 120-night risk-free trial period with all of their mattresses. If you decide during that time that you don’t like your bed, you can call or email the company and they will send someone to remove it from your home at no additional cost. IDLE prefers that you try your mattresses for 30 nights before you request a return. You’ll receive a full refund once the removal is confirmed. Model availability may vary on Amazon. Also, keep in mind, when you purchase via Amazon, the policies concerning returns may vary from what the company offers on their own site.
IDLE backs their mattresses with a lifetime warranty. Manufacturing defects to the cover, sagging 1.5” or larger, and splits in the foam are covered. Physical damage, normal increase in softness to the bed, and comfort preference after the 120-night trial period are not covered. If your mattress is defective over time, it’s up to you to cover shipping costs to send the old bed to IDLE for an inspection. You also need to provide proof of purchase with the date you bought the mattress. You’ll be reimbursed up to $100 if the bed is proven defective at IDLE’s discretion. A new mattress will be delivered within 30 days of the inspection.
The MSRPs for IDLE’s mattresses are on the higher end of the online mattress industry. The 12” All Foam Dual Feel mattress ranges from around $900 for a twin to around $1,600 for a Cal king. The 14” All Foam mattress ranges from around $1,100 for a twin to around $1,800 for a Cal king. The 14” Hybrid Latex mattress ranges from around $1,300 for a twin to around $2,200 for a Cal king. Here’s how pricing breaks down for the company’s flagship hybrid mattress.
|King / Cal King||$1,799|
IDLE mattresses are made in the USA. Also, it’s worth noting that the foams inside IDLE beds are CertiPUR-US certified, meaning they do not contain ozone depleters, mercury, lead or any other harmful chemical.
The standard dimensions for all IDLE models is below (width x length in inches). They only vary in height, at either 12” or 14” thick.
You can buy an IDLE mattress through the company’s official website. You can also find their mattresses on Amazon, although model availability may vary. Last we checked, IDLE beds were not available to purchase at any retail locations.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are popular times to get a deal on an online mattress. We can’t say for sure what the sales will look like, but you might save some money on a new IDLE mattress if you can wait until November. Based on past years data, we expect IDLE to offer a significant deal around the holidays. It wouldn’t surprise us if IDLE offers more than $300 off their beds.
Independence Day is another time to get an IDLE mattress at a discounted price. Be sure to check their website on the days before and after the holiday because you could end up saving yourself some serious cash. Again, if we had to guess, we’d say IDLE Sleep will offer a $250-$350 discount around the Fourth of July.
Amazon usually matches the prices on the IDLE website. We recommend checking Amazon from time to time for model availability. Their annual Prime Day sale and their Deals of the Day page are worth looking out for. Be sure to do your research on Amazon’s return policies concerning mattresses because they may vary.