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Before we jump into why you would get one of these mattresses over the other, it’s important to note that both of these companies offer free shipping. Tomorrow Sleep actually offers free white glove delivery, setup and removal of your old mattress. The Leesa mattress arrives at your door compressed in medium size box. From there, Leesa offers a 100 night risk free trial period so you can test the bed. Tomorrow Sleep beats Leesa though by offering a 365 night risk free trial. If you decide you like the bed during the trial period, great. If you don’t, just give the respective company a call before the trial period is up and they will send someone to come pick up the mattress and issue you a full refund. Both Tomorrow Sleep and Leesa also back their mattresses with a 10 year warranty.
We are just going to cover the major advantages and differences between the two mattresses in this post. If you want the nitty, gritty details of each, make sure to check out our full reviews:
If you’re a fan of memory foam, you’re going to love the Tomorrow Sleep mattress. It’s top two layers are comprised of memory foam. It’s very soft and comfortable. In fact, we think it’s one of the most comfortable mattresses we’ve tested thus far. It’s one of those beds that when you first lay down, you let out an audible ”’aaahhh”. All you want to do is lay there and binge watch Stranger Things – it’s that comfortable. That’s not to say Leesa is not comfortable – it’s comfortable as well but we just prefer Tomorrow Sleep.
Not only is the Tomorrow Sleep mattress ultra comfortable, it comes in two different feels. There’s a medium soft version and a medium firm version (that’s their best seller and the model we tested). We found that the medium firm version is very close to Leesa in terms of firmness/support – both mattresses would work just fine for back, stomach and side sleepers as well as combo sleepers that rotate between all three positions throughout the night. But if you’re a strict side sleeper, you may find that the Tomorrow Sleep medium soft version is the right mattress for you. We didn’t test out this model but we imagine it provides more pressure relief for your trunk/shoulders when you’re on your side. So in terms of options and choices so you can find the right mattress for your particular sleep preferences, Tomorrow Sleep gets the edge.
Tomorrow Sleep Mattress Is Great For All Kinds of Sleepers
Temperature regulation is a hot topic in the bed in a box industry (pun intended), especially for people living in warmer climates. No one wants to wake up sweating in the middle of the night. And while we wouldn’t put either of these mattresses in our tier 1 category as far as keeping you cool, we would give the nod to Tomorrow Sleep over Leesa. The top memory foam layer and cover of the Tomorrow Sleep mattress incorporates phase change material, which is supposed to help extract heat away from your body. We like this material a lot – we saw it with the Cocoon Chill by Sealy mattress, which is in our tier 1 category. Also, the Tomorrow Sleep mattress incorporates a coil system, which in general is better for airflow than all foam beds. The Leesa mattress isn’t bad either though – you certainly won’t sleep hot or anything, we’d just say it’s more temperature neutral.
Another topic that is important with these bed in a box mattresses is edge support. A lot of times this topic flies under the radar. Basically with a lot of these mattresses you’ll notice that when you lay or sit near the edge, the mattress will compress quite a bit to the point where you can almost feel the platform base or box spring below. This is important for couples who share a smaller bed and spend a lot of time near the edges. But what’s nice about the Tomorrow Sleep mattress is that has 6″ x 3″ thick foam side rails that sort of box in the coil system I mentioned above. So when you get near the edge, you’ll feel yourself start to sink through the top layers of memory foam but then suddenly stop when you hit the side rails. With the Leesa on the other hand, if you sit on the edge, the mattress will compress quite a bit. So edge support, score another point Tomorrow Sleep.
Good Edge Support With The Tomorrow Sleep Mattress
However, just looking at the MSRP is a little deceiving. Tomorrow Sleep actually offers large coupon codes as well, which makes the after discount prices pretty much the same as Leesa. You can get $125 off the Tomorrow Sleep Mattress with code RIZKNOWS125at checkout. Like Leesa, Tomorrow Sleep will play around with their discounts, so the promotion that they’re offering currently might be better or worse than the coupon listed above. However, as an FYI, that $125 off coupon will work even if they’re publicly promoting a lesser discount.
As I stated earlier, the Tomorrow Sleep mattress has a traditional memory foam feel but one of the down sides to that is that it lacks in responsiveness. The top layer of the Leesa mattress is a proprietary foam, which the company call its ‘Cooling Avena Foam’. It has a little bit more of a neutral feel to it than memory foam and it’s more responsive. As such, it’s easier to switch between sleeping positions. So combo sleepers that change positions a lot throughout the night may actually prefer the Leesa mattress for this reason.