Mattress catalog & Prices
Mattresses sold today range in price from $50 or less to more than $4,000, but most shoppers can find the mattress they need for under $1,000. The price-point of a mattress depends on several factors, including type, size, height, material composition, and durability. This guide offers shopping tips for comparing mattresses based on different factors and finding the right model for you and your sleep partner at a reasonable price.
Price Range (twin to king) Average Price Paid
- Spring $100 – $4000+
- Foam $100 – $8600
- Air $450 – $5000+
- Latex $300 – $5000+
- Water $50 – $1800
- Futon $90 – $500
Different mattress types have different price ranges. If you are concerned about how much your bed will cost, check out the table below and choose a bed type that tends to be less expensive. Note that the price range is for all bed sizes. In general, the average cost is for a Queen size bed.
Mattress TypePrice Range (twin to king) Average Cost (queen)
- Foam $325-$1,400 $860
- Latex $450-$5,000 $1600
- Innerspring $100-$2500 $950
- Hybrid $250-$4000 $1850
Put it in a Frame
What pulls all of these mattress factors together is a high-quality bed frame. And with so many great choices to pick from, you’re bound to find one that fits your style and price range. Wood or metal? Wheels or no wheels? The choice is yours – but remember, center support is crucial and highly recommended for Queen mattresses and up. It will not only support the mattress and box spring to prevent sagging and caving, but it will protect your warranty as well.
How Much is this All Going to Cost?
Well, that all depends on how much you value your sleep.Let’s say you’re one of the good ones who get 8 hours of recommended sleep every night. That’s 8 hours a day, 365 days a year, for an average of 8 years, which equals over 23,000 hours spent sleeping on your mattress! And considering the price range of mattresses is tremendous, you should buy the best mattress in your budget.