expired 'Mattress in a Box' Single $149, Double $199, Queen $249, King $299 @ ALDI

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  • 100% polyester jacquard
  • Memory foam pillow top
  • Pocket springs
  • Medium support
  • 240mm Thick

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  • +1 vote

    are these any good??

    • +1 vote

      My little kid is very happy with it. Keep in mind the edge has no support since it a mattress in a box. It’s very heavy and with some beds it’s difficult to fix sheets and quilt under it

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      yea. mine took a little getting used to, and its on the softer side, but its super comfortable

    • +1 vote

      We’ve been using ours for 4 years and it has been great. I can’t believe I used to pay over a thousand dollars for mediocre mattress in the past.

  • +1 vote

    Need a new mattress for a timber slat bed base. I have heard mixed reviews on these style of compressed mattresses that expand when unpacked.

    I like Aldi's return policy but how on earth could you get this back in the box for return!

    What are they like? Any feedback appreciated.

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      They are decent and quite comfortable. However. They were a few cm shorter than standard size. Mine was stained out of box so I managed Aldi to come and pick it up and I got a refund as they didn’t have stock to reaplce.

  • +1 vote

    Bought one this time last year
    Absolutely a bargain for the quality and comfort …

  • +18 votes

    Step one - cut a hole in a box…

  • +4 votes

    I'm copying and pasting my comment from when this deal was last posted, but here's been my experience (see below, in italics). Still using the mattress, and still okay. Worth noting, is that now after 2 years, I have noticed a little bit of sagging, but it's only minor.

    I took a punt on it a year ago, just because I needed a mattress, and this represented good value at the time.

    I have a Sealy mattress in another room, that is far more comfortable, but about 4x the price.

    For the price I paid for the Aldi one, I'm happy with it. It's not super firm, nor is it super soft. I can't feel the springs through the top layer and I haven't had any problems with it personally.

    I do personally believe it's best to try a mattress in a store if possible, but that's not really practical with Aldi. I just took a punt on the price, and it worked out for me, but YMMV.

    • +8 votes

      I took a punt on it a year ago, just because I needed a mattress, and this represented good value at the time.

      I have a Sealy mattress in another room, that is about 4x the price and sublime.

      For the price I paid for the Aldi one, I'm happy with it.

      It's not super firm, nor is it super soft. It's okay for a sit.

      I can't feel the springs through the top layer and I haven't had any problems with it personally.

      I do believe it's best to try a mattress in a store if possible, if it's not needed urgently.

      But that's not really practical with Aldi. I just took a punt on the price.

      It worked out for me, but YMMV. It's somewhat of a roll of the dice.

  • -2 votes

    Single mattress was $68 @ Ikea last weekend…..
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/439226

    Mattress in a Box Queen was $149 @ Big W earlier this month…
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/436654

    • +2 votes

      Aldi - Pocket springs
      Big W - Bonnell springs

      Pocket springs are better than Bonnell springs

  • +5 votes

    I wonder how this compares to the Zzz Atelier ones. The Atelier ones are a lot thicker (34cm) but I don't know how much that means.

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    what does it means by bringing trolley / friend? do you need a truck to transport it?

  • -2 votes

    what else is in the catalogue?

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    Bought one 3 months ago to replace an Ergoflex (albeit a king this time). So far so good, great value.

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    i wish they made a dog size

    • +3 votes

      In my experience the king is the dog size…. as per my comment above. Now I get an extra foot of room to sleep on the edge of the bed beside the dog and wife (order may vary).

  • +9 votes

    Got one of these about 2years ago and have just replaced with zzz Atelier.

    Aldi bed is okish, but long term is not a great deal. It's on the soft side and personally didn't provide much support.

    in comparison to zzz Atelier, sheets fit a lot tighter on the ZZZ which is a plus for me, the bed is firmer but supportive, it's thicker overall by almost 10cm (just more structure to it). For example if I sat on the edge of the Aldi bed it would compress in half (10cm maybe) the zzz dossnt compress much (5cm max).

    Overall the Aldi bed lasted about 2years before I decided to replace it which is decent considering the price $250 for Queen.

    I got my zzz on special for $230 but would recommend it above the Aldi bed. Full price of the Zzz is $260.

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      I have also just replaced my 2 yr old Aldi mattress with a zzz, and I agree with everything you said.

      The Aldi mattress is softer, so it might suit some people better, but the zzz just feels like a more robust product for the price.

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    I read “Mistress in a Box” 📦🕴🏻

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    Is IKEA cheaper? Single husvika is 99 bucks

    https://m.ikea.com/au/en/catalog/products/art/10318866/

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      Cheaper, yes, but not an equivalent product. The husvika is half the thickness and has bonnell springs. Similar thickness and springs at Ikea would be the hovag @ $249 for a single.

  • +1 vote

    I bought this mattress last year and, frankly speaking, it is a pretty average.
    I understand that for its price it is fine but it didn't sort my and missus' with back pains. We bought it to replace the IKEA HASFLO mattress we had used for 3 years. This one is definitely better than the previous one but it doesnt work as a final solution only as interim.
    Sooner or later, we will have to buy some proper mattress for ~$1000.

    • +1 vote

      look into the zzz Atelier.

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        Thanks, I will have a look.
        the only problem is that I don't want an interim solution again because 3 ~$250 interim solutions (I have already used 2 attempts) cost almost like 1 one decent mattress.

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    Choice haven't reviewed the ALDI one, but they did recommend this in their latest review. It actually scored second highest in the test after one $1000 more: https://www.clarkrubber.com.au/wonderest-bed-in-a-box

  • +1 vote

    Clark Rubber has a weekend 20% off store wide sales from Fri to Sun. Their Mattress in a Box is a product of Dunlop foams and have been reviewed the top by Choice magazine. 20% off offers single at $279.20. Not cheaper than Aldi, but a better quality choice in my opinion.

    • +1 vote

      shame they only appear to sell single size @ Clark Rubber, sounds like a good deal otherwise

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    Do these sell out quickly?

    Just considering to get a queen one.

    Would it of likely sold out Saturday/Sunday?

    Live in Adelaide.