Best Budget Mattress
If you’re on a budget to buy the best mattress for the least money, we have rounded up the best mattresses for you.
(Searching for the best budget mattress is much easier when someone else has done the research for you!)
If you’re looking for a temporary fix for your bed or perhaps a new mattress for the guest bedroom, read on and avoid overspending where you really don’t need to…
Here is a round up of the best budget mattresses under £200!
This mattress literally offers everything. What a great find.
It is both pocket sprung for extra stability and support with a comforting layer of comfort foam, which helps to relive pressure points.
Your bone and joints are able to sink into the memory foam layer so you don’t feel the pain that you would on a medium firm mattress.
The 7 zones are specifically targeting to areas of the body that are likely to apply more pressure than others. Sleeping on a mattress with 7 difference zones built in helps to distribute your weight whilst sol aligning your spine. (Check out the Inofia website here if you like)
This is a fantastic mattress and offers the most value for money out of all the mattresses in this post. It comes in at well under £200 for the double variation.
A fantastic purchase for anyone looking for the best budget mattress for use in the main bedroom or spare room.
2. Silentnight Lyndhurst Miracoil Spring Mattress
For under £200 for the double sized version of this mattress you cant go wrong. This mattress feels extremely comfortable, given the low price.
It is a medium support mattress, so a good all rounder for most people and features Silentnight’s exclusive Miracoil system.
Miracoil offer more support than standard springs as the weight is distributed more evenly.
Great news if you suffer from an aching back occasionally.
There are 325 Miracoil springs and this is a non turn mattress. Its unique design means you don’t have to flip it over every couple of months.
This silentnight mattress is excellent value for the money, we love the unique Miracoil springs which help prevent the ‘roll together’ that happens on a basic mattress when there are two people in the bed.
3. Dalton Traditional Spring Mattress
The Dalton spring mattress is a fantastic budget buy. It has hourglass shapes springs inside which help to give an even level of support across the mattress.
The comfort grade is medium, so it suits a wide range of people who neither pressure a soft mattress or a hard mattress.
Being double sided, you can flip and turn this mattress frequently to maintain even wear and tear of the springs.
An overall great bargain buy. Will do the job, probably wont last for many years if it is to be used as your main bed for sleeping in every night, but for less than £200 it is strong, well made and comfortable. – You don’t get the feeling of springs poking through.
This is a mattress we were very excited to experience..
A memory foam rolled mattress like the Simba and Casper mattresses, for £200?!
This definitely needs to be investigated.
This Silentnight has a Miratex 7 zone support system. Which means there are 7 zones of the mattress designed to help distribute your weight evenly. This helps to take pressure of problematic areas and help with spinal alignment.
Uniquely this mattress comes rolled, just like the new trend of Simba and Casper mattresses, however this on costs about a quarter of the price! (Its also super comfortable!)
This is an excellent purchase if you are considering switching from a spring to a memory foam mattress.
The price tag wont break the bank and the quality is high enough to get a fair amount of wear out of this mattress.
No, it wont last forever and doesn’t compete with the Simba, casper and Tempur memory foam qualities, but for the price, you are getting a lot of value for money.
This mattress offers a good firm support from the open child springs, with the added comfort from a layer of reflex foam.
This is on both sides so the mattress can be flipped and there are convenient handles to help with this.
We like the air vents for breath-ability, which helps the mattress to maintain a steady temperature, ad for you to not overheat.
This is a robust feeling mattress with many of the additional qualities that you get with mattresses of £500+.
It is built to last and is extremely comfortable and supportive, if you like a medium firm mattress.
This ‘Happy Beds’ mattress is a good allrounder that will withstand being slept on every night. (Whereas some mattresses under £200 tend to not be as robust or long lasting.)
Best budget mattress overall
Has to go to the Inofia 3D mattress.
This mattress has it all. If you are a side sleeper, a stomach sleeper or a back sleeper, this mattress will offer you enough support and comfort without breaking the bank.
There are 7 zones of support, designed for different areas of your body like shoulder, back and knees.
The company Infofia offer a 100 day money back guarantee, (this does involve you returning the item), but this extra piece of mind means that you can buy from the internet with more confidence.
The springs are individual pocket ones, to offer more support and to guarantee that the mattress will last longer. (It is supposed to last for 10 years, guaranteed!)