Memory foam mattress or spring? Get the best of both with this 45% off Happybeds mattress deal

Need a luxury mattress on a bargain budget? This Happybeds mattress deal is making us happy indeed

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This Happybeds mattress deal is well timed for the clocks to change in a fortnight. Yep, if you are anything like us, that precious hour stolen from us plays havoc with our sleep patterns and we DO NOT want that to be compounded by the effects of a bad mattress. Fortunately Happybeds are here to put a smile on your face with what we think is a great offer, no matter your sleep style.

Their Deluxe Memory Spring Rolled mattress has 45% off for a limited time. As the name suggests, it combines the familiarity of traditional springs, with the hypoallergenic and orthopaedic benefits of memory foam. It also comes vacuum packed and rolled, so will be easy peasy to get into your home and onto your bed. If you like a medium mattress, this could be the answer to your prayers and with prices starting at just £89.99 for a small single, it won't make you lose sleep over the expense either.

Check out the deal below, then head to our best mattress guide for more top mattress buys.

Deluxe Memory Spring Rolled Mattress – Double | Was £189.99, now £104.99 on Happybeds

If you really need a mattress upgrade but have been putting it off because of the price, this is the mattress deal for you. Available in sizes from small single (only £89.99) to king size (£124.99), it pairs traditional springs inside a memory foam layer, making it perfect for allergy sufferers and people with back problems and more.View Deal

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Lindsey Davis
Lindsey Davis

Lindsey is Associate Editor of and has been working on our home interest websites for six years. When she isn't reviewing products for our buying guides, or searching for the best Black Friday bargains, she can be found rearranging her furniture or cooking something new. She aspires to build her own home, but for now is busy tackling the ever-growing list of projects in her Victorian cottage.