Save 45% on a Silentnight mattress. Dreamy

This Amazon deal might be one of the best this year – save up to 45% on Silentnight mattresses for a better night's sleep

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We're back with a brand new Amazon deal, and this might be one of the best we've seen in a while. If you've been thinking about picking up the best mattress for a while, better yet, a brand new Silentnight mattress, but have been overwhelmed with just how expensive they can be, you're in for a serious treat.

That's right, we've spotted Silentnight's 7-Zone and Layezee mattresses with up to 45% off as part of a one-off mega deal (opens in new tab). That means you can pick up a pocket rolled mattress from as little as £99.99, with price starting at just £104.99 for a memory foam option. Doubles start from just £144.99, while a King-sized mattress is just £162.99. That's a lot of mattress for your money...

Designed to support your entire body as you sleep, these top-rated mattress offer a luxury layer of memory foam for ultimate comfort, along with a Miratex foam core that alleviates pressure points and perfectly supports your spine. 

And if you suffer from allergies there's no need to worry, as Silentnight's 7-Zone collection is Allergy UK approved thanks to the use of Purotex – a 100 per cent natural solution that actively eliminates dust mites.

If the mattress you're looking for isn't in the sale there are still plenty of silentnight discount codes around to help you snag a deal. 

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Emily first (temporarily) joined the Real Homes team while interning on her summer break from university. After graduating, she worked on several publications before joining Real Homes as Staff Writer full time in mid-2018. She left the brand in 2020 to join the police force but continues to love a second-hand bargain and sourcing unique finds to make her rented flat reflect her personality.