What is the difference between a $699, $1,299, and $3,000 mattress?  A few things...

An Entry Level Mattress

For example, a Sealy queen mattress for $699 will get you a standard entry-level memory foam mattress  This a great choice if you're looking for a memory foam mattress on a budget. But it’s not going to have the cooling technology or the warranty length of other higher-priced options.  

A Mattress that's a Step Up

How about the Sealy priced at $1,299 for a queen mattress only.  The biggest difference is the cooling technology, which comes with chilled gel memory foam.  This will keep you cooler for the first 20 to 30 minutes and then help regulate your body heat all night long.  In addition, you get a denser memory foam in the top center third layer, right where you need the support.  

A Luxury Mattress

How about the $3,000 and up options?  

Let’s take a look at the Tempurpedic Breeze model, which is coming in at just over $2,999, queen mattress only.  Tempurpedic's material is different than a standard memory foam.  Tempurpedic actually uses your body heat to contour and relieve those pressure points.  Also, the top surface gives you Breeze Technology.  It's going to help you keep two degrees cooler for eight hours a night.  Doesn't seem like much?  Yes, it does!

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