Rate This:Casper vs Leesa vs Tuft & Needle Mattresses
If you're looking for a comfortable, quality mattress that's also affordable, shopping for a direct-to-consumer mattress online is often the best option. There are several online-only brands for you to choose from, but the top-rated mattresses in this category are Casper, Leesa and Tuft & Needle, all of which offer quality mattresses direct-to-consumer, so you can skip the trip to the mattress store completely. Since these mattresses are only available online, however, mattress shoppers must rely primarily on reviews when choosing the best mattress for their needs. Before choosing your new direct-to-consumer mattress, check out the top questions below, so you can choose the one that's right for your needs.8 Active Questions | Add a Question
Both Casper and Leesa use memory foam in their mattresses. Casper uses four layers of material - a top layer of poly foam followed by 1.5 inches of memory foam, another 1.5 inches of poly foam and a base layer of five inch foam. Leesa uses more memory foam with three layers - two inches of Avena foam, two inches of memory foam and a base layer of six inch foam. For people who want more memory foam, the Leesa mattress will provide the most.
Tuft & Needle mattresses are made of two layers - a three inch layer of polyurethane foam on top of a seven inch layer of poly foam. Tuft & Needle mattresses do not use memory foam or coils.
The best mattress of the top three will depend on your personal needs and budget, since all three are built a little differently. A good way to decide which type of mattress is best for you is to try out different mattress materials in a mattress store, so you can decide which materials and firmness level works best for you.
Casper, Leesa and Tuft & Needle all offer deals regularly. Currently, you can get $75 off a Leesa mattress by using an online discount coupon. Casper and Tuft & Needle also offer online discounts through their website, so you can save money on your new mattress.
Of the three, Casper has the highest firmness level, but by a very small margin. All three of the top mattresses feature a slightly above medium firmness level.
Both Tuft & Needle and Leesa mattresses are 10 inches tall, while Casper mattresses are slightly more low-profile at 9.5 inches tall.
Tuft & Needle, Casper and Leesa mattresses are all available in six sizes - twin, twin XL, full, queen, king and California king.
Tuft & Needle mattresses are currently the least expensive option, at $350 for a twin with prices going up to $750 for a California king size. Casper starts at $550 for a twin and goes up to $1,150 for California king and Leesa starts at $425 for twin and goes up to $970 for California king.