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3 Tricks To Help You Save Money When Buying A New Bed

3 Tricks To Help You Save Money When Buying A New Bed

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Buying a bed may not seem like it, but it’s actually one of the most expensive things you’ll buy for your home. Especially when you consider a family of four or five needed separate beds. There’s the bed frame, mattress, pillows, comforter, and any other accessories to think about as well. Even if you’ve found a great range of bed frames to choose from, you’ve still got so many other items to get before you’ve got yourself an actual bed. Slowly but surely, it all adds up, particularly when you remember that quality matters too. There are also so many types of mattress out there, whether you are looking for a single mattress or a queen size mattress, you want to ensure you find the right one for you. Some people try and save money when buying a bed by getting substandard mattresses and frames that may cost less but lead to a worse night of sleep.

So, how do you find the right balance and save money while still being able to sleep well? Here are some of the tricks I like to use to bring the cost of beds down for my family.

Assemble The Bed Yourself

This is a smart little trick I learned, and it will save you a good deal of money on your next bed frame. Basically, you have an option to buy pre-assembled beds or purchase ones from shops, and they send people out to build it for you. This seems very convenient, but it costs a lot more than if you assembled it yourself. So, look for beds that aren’t already assembled and that come with instructions to do it yourself. Think of it as a nice little DIY task that’s even more fun because these beds cost less. Or, as the video below shows, you can try building the bed from scratch!

Compare Mattresses Before You Buy

The mattress is the most expensive part of your bed, but you should think of it as an investment. Buy a good mattress, and you’ll have it for a decade or so before it needs replacing. Buy a bad one, and you’ll be paying to replace it every three years, meaning it costs more over time. The key here is comparing different mattresses before you buy. As you can see on, there are loads of mattress comparisons out there for you to look at. This will also help you figure out what type of mattress is right for your body. By comparing you can narrow your choice down to the most cost-effective one and ensure you don’t overspend when better options are out there.

Choose The Right Size

We all want to have massive beds with a lot of room, but the bigger the bed, the more it costs. You’re way better off figuring out the size you need and just settling with that. You can out sites like and see that there are loads of different sizes available for you and your family to choose from. Plus you can lower the price of a bed purchase by using overstock coupon codes as well. Another tip is to think of who you are purchasing for, I mean does it make sense to spend a lot of money on a king bed for your child? Of course not! Downsize to a twin bed or smaller and save loads of money. The same goes for the master bed in your house, if you and your partner are happy with a queen bed, then you don’t need to pay extra for a bigger one! You can find some great quality beds at places such as Revival Beds, so do your research and find the perfect one for you.

Give these tips a try the next time you’re buying a bed for your family. I suspect you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how effective they are.


  • Alpa Dutia

    Thank you so much for such an amazing money saving tips on buying a new bed im mostly into assembling it myself as its better and takes no cost.

  • Barbara

    Great tips. We will be purchasing a bed when I finish painting and sanding the floors. I always try to do as much as possible on my own before asking or hiring help.

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