If you are looking for a good sofa bed sale, you are in the right place. We at Real Homes are a bunch of self-confessed sale snakes, we love finding a bargain and of course, love sharing them with you! From our very in-depth research, we have discovered that heaps of the best retailers around have now reduced the prices of some of the best sofa beds this December– so, whether you want to replace a tired looking sofa bed or are a first-time sofa bed shopper, now is the time to invest.
We've listed our edit of sofa bed sales that are live right now and prices are listed low to high to make it even easier to shop. Plus you'll find quick links to shop at all our fave retailers too. You can thank us later...
The best sofa bed sales by retailer
- Argos: Shop affordable stylish sofa beds
- Cuckooland: Save up to 50% in the sale
- Furniture Village: Huge Black Friday sofa and sofa bed sale live on site
- John Lewis & Partners: Shop great quality sofa beds
- La Redoute: Save 40% on sofa beds in the Cyber Weekend sale
- Made: Click to shop stylish sofa beds in the Made Black Friday sale
- M&S: Shop quality sofa beds
- Wayfair: Sofa and sofa bed Black Friday sale now live on site
Find the best sofa bed deals today
This is our top pick of the best deals today. Keep scrolling to find a sofa bed to suit your needs.
Maleah 3 Seater Clic Clac Sofa Bed |
£339.99 £269.99 at Wayfair
Simple, slightly Scandi and again really easy to use this sofa bed in the Wayfair Black Friday sale would be a great addition to your spare bedroom.
Rafael Single Fabric Sofa Bed |
£249 £199 at Very
If you are after something that would work in a living room rather than just the spare room, this single sofa bed is gorgeous, and you can't even tell that it transforms into a sofa bed. View Deal
Wantaugh 3 Seater Sofa Bed |
£558.99 £339.99 at Wayfair
Available in four different colours from dark grey to light grey, black and blue, this sofa bed is currently a bargain. It doesn't look like a sofa bed but come night time, its click-clack mechanism works in seconds to turn it into a cosy bed.View Deal
Amalgre 3 Seater Sofa Bed |
£774 £589.99 at Wayfair
Wayfair have loads of amazing deals on super stylish sofa beds. One of our favourites is this Mid-century modern-esque sofa bed. This shape with the square back and bolster cushions is everywhere at the moment. There are so many colours to choose from, too, so make sure you check out the other options. View Deal
Adelina 3 Seater Sofa Bed |
£1,082 £649.99 from Wayfair
We love the classic stripe of this sofa bed and the casual, relaxed look of the throw cushions. This neutral colour would fit easily into any scheme, but there are three other upholstery options, so check those out, too. View Deal
Debenhams 3 Seater Amalfi Velvet Carnaby Sofa Bed |
£1,550 £775 at Debenhams
Oooh pink velvet, how dreamy. If you have had a blush velvet sofa on your lust list, now is the time to get it ticked off! View Deal
Stead II 4 Seater Clic Clac Sofa Bed|
£1006.99 £769.99 at Wayfair
Available in a gorgeous deep blue velvet, this is a sofa bed that will definitely add a touch of luxury to your living room. It doesn't look like a sofa bed but come night time, its click-clack mechanism works in seconds to turn it into a cosy bed.View Deal
Debenhams 3 Seater Amalfi Velvet Chesterfield Sofa Bed |
£2,600 £1,300 at Debenhams
You can't go wrong with a classic Chesterfield sofa, and it's not often you see the style as a sofa bed. So, if you are after something more traditional, but struggling when it comes to finding a sofa bed, this would be a great option. We personally love the red, but there are plenty of colours and fabrics to choose from. View Deal
Brushed Cotton Carnaby Right-Hand Facing Chaise Corner Sofa Bed |
£2,650 £1,325 At Debenhams
Best thing about this sofa bed? It has storage! You can open up the chaise and store your spare bedding. It also obviously looks really nice too – for a corner sofa bed it's not too bulky. View Deal
Is my new sofa bed the right one for me?
How to choose a sofa bed? We know you're going to be pretty desperate to score that sofa bed deal of the century, but don't buy in a rush without making sure you're absolutely certain you've got the size right. Whether you want a small sofa bed to medium, large or even a corner version; consider how each will fit in your living room layout by using masking tape or newspapers to create cutouts on the floor.
Always remember to allow for the footprint of the sofa bed when measuring, and note the measurements from the back of the sofa to the end of the sleeping area, not just the bed’s dimensions. Also, always check that the sofa bed can fit through your front/back door, as there's nothing worse than ordering the sofa of your dreams, to find it won't actually fit into your house.
Another good idea would be to check the size of the mattress, too, rather than judging sleep space by whether the sofa’s a two or three-seater. A big sofa doesn't always equate to a large bed, and a double mattress might be the perfect fit for a single sleeper, but if you've got a couple staying, they may not get a good night's sleep.
You’ll also need to decide between a fold-out or pull-out sofa bed. Fold-out sofas tend to have a larger sleeping area, but won't have a headboard, if you're thinking of getting one of these, you might also want to add a mattress protector beneath the bedding to soften the seating/mattress and to protect it from spills. Pull-out sofa beds are a more affordable option, and may be all you need for occasional guests. They usually have two or three-fold mattresses: those that fold into three being thinner and less supportive than ones that fold into two, which will most likely be deeper and more comfortable.
Sofa beds come in both contemporary and traditional styles, so you won't have to compromise on it fitting with your decor. Long, low lines will create a modern vibe, while high-backed designs look more classic.
Forget style – what about the sofa bed's construction?
Sofa beds are made with the same fillings as sofas. Choose foam for a firmer seat; fibre for softness with support; or opt for plump feathers for the softest sofa. Fillings may also be combined for a balance of features. It's also worth noting that a sofa bed will feel firmer than a standard sofa, so be sure to try in store or shop with an online company that allows returns to ensure you’re happy to take a seat as well as put up visitors.
When it comes to the frame, just as with a sofa, look out for a hardwood frame that’s screwed as well as glued for long life.
It's also a good idea to check the sofa bed's mattress for comfort. Some may be open or pocket sprung, or made from memory foam. Memory foam moulds to the body to create good support, but some people find it too warm. Pocket springs are more luxurious than open springs – and more costly – but they can help stop sleepers rolling together.