Costco Mattress Reviews
Jake Comfort | Updated: May 1, 2019
Costco offers a wide range of mattresses to its club members. If you are in the market for a new mattress and have a Costco membership, it is well worth the time to examine your multitude of options.
This article will take a look at some of the most popular mattress brands you can find at Costco. We’ll go over the basics you need to know about the construction, feel, and other important aspects of these mattresses. Then we’ll look at the good, the bad, customer satisfaction, and the company itself to help you decide if a mattress from Costco is the right choice for you.
Mattress Options at Costco
Costco sells lots of popular mattress brands. As a result, they’re a great place to go for people that want to do their mattress shopping in person, but also want to get a great discount on their purchase. Moreover, shopping in person means that you can get a personal feel for each mattress before you make a purchase. As a result, you’ll be more confident that you’ve made the right choice. That means no worrying about things like return shipping or other hassles.
Some of the most popular Costco mattress brands include:
- Brentwood Home
This is only a sample of the huge variety of mattress brands on offer at Costco. Additionally, the company is cutting new deals all the time. That means if you’re mattress shopping, but not facing an emergency situation, then you should frequently check back with Costco to see if they’ve got any new deals that you can benefit from.
Now that you’ve got a better idea of the mattresses you can get a Costco, we’ll go over a few of the most popular options. This section will tell you how some of the specific mattresses are constructed to demonstrate the variety on offer at Costco.
BeautyRest is one of the most popular brands when it comes to innerspring and hybrid mattresses. They make a wide range of luxury mattresses and you can get them with a good range of options.
The BeautyRest Haven Pines features BeautyRest pocketed coil technology. This forms the foundation of the mattresses. The pocketed design of the coils helps to reduce motion transfer, making it a comfortable option for couples that sleep together, but don’t want to wake up when someone starts tossing or turning.
The pocketed coils serve as a base for the next layer, which is made up of over 2,000 micro coils. BeautyRest calls this Backcare 3X. These coils provide individualized back support for each individual sleeper, making sure they get the support they need without losing out on comfort.
The next layer going up is the Beautyrest Gel Memory Foam. This memory foam contains special gel beads that help with moisture wicking and heat dispersion. This helps keep the mattress cool and improves airflow to keep it feeling fresh.
Going up from the gel memory foam layer is the Airfeel foam. This is an open-cell foam that gives a comfortable and soft feel without causing you to sink and miss out on support. The open-cell structure of the foam also helps improve airflow, keeping you cool and wicking away moisture.
Finally, the top of the mattress has the Infinicool surface. This layer is designed with cooling materials positioned just below the cover of the mattress. It helps move heat away from the body 20% better than similar efforts from other mattresses.
Tempur-Pedic is one of the biggest names in mattresses. That’s because they were the first mattress company to get popular taking advantage of advanced foam materials and construction to provide a solid night’s sleep.
The Tempur-Pedic Cloud Supreme is one of the company’s most popular options. This bed consists of 4 layers and a cover. The cover is made from a blend of polyester and spandex. This helps keep it soft and breathable while helping to cover hold its shape over time.
The first mattress layer is build with 2” of memory foam. This layer responds to pressure slowly, preventing the sinking feeling that people sometimes get with memory foam mattresses. It also produces a very deep contour to help you feel snug in the bed.
The second layer of the mattress is the transition layer. It’s made from 2” of memory foam. The memory foam used in this section is very similar to that used in the first layer. However, this layer is a bit firmer than the top layer. As a result, it acts as a good transition from the softer upper layers to the firmer foundational and support layers.
The third layer of the mattress acts as the support layer. It’s made from 4” of polyurethane foam. This special foam responds to pressure quickly which helps the sleeper easily transition into the foundational layer of the mattress. It also provides support for the sleeper while helping the bed maintain its structure.
The final layer of the Tempur-Pedic Cloud Supreme is the Foundation Layer. This is made of 3.5” of polyurethane foam. It gives the bed its shape and provides good compression support for sleepers.
Much like the Tempur-Pedic Cloud Supreme, the Casper is made from four layers of different types of foam, in addition to a mattress cover.
The cover of the Casper mattress is made from a blend of polyester. It’s a very soft cover the snaps back into place quickly. It’s also removable, which makes for easy washing.
The top layer of the Casper is the comfort layer. It’s made from a latex-like foam. This gives the bed a bit more initial bounce than you get from some of the other foam mattresses on the market. However, the bounce from the material isn’t so great that it prevents you from sinking into the mattress a bit to get pressure relief.
The next layer of a Casper is the Contour Layer. This layer is construction from memory foam that produces the traditional body-contouring feel that people expect from memory foam. This layer also starts to work to begin the transition process, ensuring the sleeper gets the support they need.
The third layer of a Casper is the Transition Layer. This layer consists of zoned-support foams made from two types of poly foam. The firmer type of poly foam is placed in the center to support body mass, while the softer foam is placed at the ends of the bed to give you pressure relief where you need it.
Finally, the foundation layer consists of a heavy-duty poly foam. This layer gives the mattress its shape and structure. It also acts as the foundational support layer for the sleeper.
Firmness, Feel, and Support
This section looks at the firmness, feel, and support of the three Costco mattresses looked at in the previous section.
BeautyRest mattresses have lots of options to help you customize the firmness, feel, and support you get. These include things like pillowtops and extra-plush or extra-firm choices.
Generally, the standard BeautyRest mattress will rank about a 6.5 on a scale of 1-10 for firmness, with 10 being the most firm. These mattresses use innovative micro-coil technology, which does an excellent job of providing relief from pressure points and gives you the support you need where your body needs it.
The feel of the mattress is also very nice. It’s especially appealing to people that prefer traditional innerspring mattresses to the feel of more modern foam mattresses. The hybrid nature of this BeautyRest mattress gives sleepers the benefits of both systems while preserving the feel they’re used to.
The Tempur-Pedic Cloud Supreme has a medium firmness. The mattress gives you a lot of initial sinkage while still transitioning you to firmer and more supportive layers. On a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the most firm, this mattress comes in at a 5.5. This makes it good for most sleepers, but it is slightly more plush than some will be used to. For reference, an industry standard mattress designed to be generally appealing has a firmness of around 6.5
The feel and support you get from the Tempur-Pedic are almost in a league of their own. After all, there’s a reason that the Tempur-Pedic brand name is so well known. The feel is very comfortable, as the contour layer helps you feel absorbed in the bed, while the foundational and transitional layers work to relief pressure points and provide you with support in just the right places.
The Casper mattress is a bit more firm than some of the other Costco Mattresses we’ve looked at. On a scale from 1 to 10, with 10 being the firmest, a Casper rates at about a 7. That means it’s going to be a good option for standard American sleepers, who generally expect a bed to have a firmness in the 6.5 range. However, some people might find the mattress to be a bit more firm than they’d like.
Casper does a great job of providing a unique and pleasurable feel with their mattress. The support you get from the heavy-duty poly foam does a marvelous job of reducing pressure in places like your knees, hips, shoulders, and back.
The unique combination of foam layers also enhances the support you get from the mattress. Enabling you to feel the soft comfort of the bed without sinking into it in awkward ways. This reduces or even eliminates the aches and pains you can wake up with in the morning.
Costco Mattress Topper
When it comes to mattress toppers, Costco has a huge selection to choose from. They range in price between $59.99 and $144.99 That means you can probably find a topper that works for you no matter what your budget is.
Additionally, Costco has some of the best brands for mattress toppers. These brands include Pacific Cost, Novafoam, SleepBetter, Thomasville, Tempur-Pedic, Nature’s Sleep, Comfort Tech, and more.
One of our favorite toppers is the PureLUX Cool Gel Memory Foam Mattress Topper. This topper uses gel-infused memory foam to add an extra layer of softness and to provide or enhance the memory foam sensation.
The great thing about this mattress topper is the way it uses 3” of pressure relieving memory foam with pureGEL. The addition of gel creates more airflow within the memory foam. As a result, you get more cooling power from the topper. That’s because the enhanced airflow helps to remove hot air and moisture from your body. The result is that you sleep cooler, drier, and thus better.
Costco doesn’t only offer memory foam toppers. The Novaform Plush Pillowtop 4” mattress topper is another great option. This topper has 2” of pillow top above 2” of memory foam. As a result, it does a great job helping to relieve pressure points. The pillow top provides an incredibly soft layer for comfort, with the memory foam providing gentle support to keep your body in alignment while you sleep. That means fewer aches and pains and a better night’s sleep.
Costco Air Mattress
Costco has a fair selection of air mattresses as well. These options include air mattresses intended for outdoor use and camping. The cost on these products runs from $44.99 to $149.99. They also offer the Disc-O-Bed Cam-O-Bunk XL for $349.99, which includes a two-person bunk bed setup.
Out of the different options for air mattresses at Costco, we really liked the AeroBed Comfort Lock Queen Air Mattress. You can also find this mattress in a twin, but if you’re already sleeping on an air mattress, you may as well have as much room as possible.
The AeroBed Comfort Lock’s best feature is the fact that you can have the pump automatically fill it to soft, medium, and firm settings. This means it’s a great option for a guest room, as your guest can always ensure they have the feel they want for their mattress.
Another great feature for the AeroBed Comfort Lock is the integrated USB port. This port lets you charge any USB compatible electronic device. That means you and your guests don’t need to worry about wall converters, finding an outlet, or risking a dead battery the next day. This feature is a really nice inclusion because it’s just something small that adds a touch of convenience and uniqueness to the bed.
Finally, the bed comes with a secondary pump that helps maintain the appropriate firmness level throughout the night. This secondary pump isn’t as powerful as the primary pump, and so it’s much quieter. That means the bed can provide a consistent feel the entire night without creating loud noises that can disturb your sleep.
Costco Memory Foam Mattress
There’s a ton of different memory foam mattresses available from Costco. One of the nice things about many of these options is that you can buy the base or frame with the bed. That means Costco has a lot of options for specialized beds, like adjustable frames and bases.
Because there are so many options, there’s also a huge price range when you’re looking at memory foam mattresses at Costco. They can range from $199.99 to $2,499.99 for the mattress itself, and from $649.99 to $2,899.99 for a mattress set. The mattresses that come with an adjustable base can range in price from $1,599.99 to $4,999.99.
One of our favorite memory foam mattresses at Costco is the Novafoam 14” Serafina Pearl. This mattress costs $599.99 for a queen. It has a three-layer sleep system that’s optimized for people looking for a firmer mattress. Additionally, the Comfortluxe Gel Pearl memory foam used is some of the best around. That’s because it does an excellent job of creating airflow throughout the memory foam. More airflow means you’ll be cooler. Airflow also helps to wick away moisture in the night.
We also liked the Comfort Tech Elite Aurora 12” mattress. You can get a great deal on this Costco memory foam mattress, as it’s only $549.99 for a King. That’s a lot of mattress for the price! This mattress is designed to have a medium firmness suitable for most sleepers. It uses three layers of high-quality memory foam to provide a wonderful sleeping experience, especially at its price point.
Whether you are looking for a $500 memory foam mattress or a $5,000 luxury king-sized split mattress with an adjustable base and frame, you will find something that will suit your mattress needs. Costco offers mattresses from a wide variety of manufacturers including Sealy, Novaform, Sleep Science, Beauty Rest, Comfort Tech, and Spring Air. Shoppers can select from a cal king, king, queen, standard or twin mattress size as well as purchase foundation, mattress or a complete set.
Ratings from Costco consumers were slightly above-average, and some customers reported a decrease in pain with new mattresses particularly with the Novaform line.
This warehouse club is trusted among consumers and known for excellent customer satisfaction and generous return policies. Even when reviewers noted problems with the mattresses, they specified the return policy as an advantage to shopping at Costco. Since the store is located in most major cities across the nation, it’s easy to find a club where you can easily pick-up a mattress or perhaps even try one out.
Although Costco mattresses scored better than average overall, consumers did consistently note some concerns. A significant number of customers reported longevity issues with the Stearns and Foster Lakeshore and the Sealy Barnhart lines of mattresses, reporting sagging after a relatively short period of time. Sagging and deep impressions can be an issue with several memory foam mattresses as well as a lack of firmness and off-gassing problems.
Many of the Costco lines are produced exclusively for the warehouse, and it can be difficult to comparison shop. In addition, information about foam density, coil count, and material specifications were reported difficult to find.
to Consumer Reports, Costco received the second-highest satisfaction score from readers in its survey of subscribers’ experiences with mattress stores. Although the warehouse club doesn’t spell out its mattress return policy, Costco has a general policy to make its customers happy. It appears that the company does not charge for shipping and handling for returns within a few months of purchase.
Costco is a well-known, nationwide warehouse club requiring membership in order to complete purchases. Most members purchase food products and household items in bulk at drastically reduced prices. Memberships start at $55 per year and allow members to bring up to two guests shopping with them, although guests are not allowed to purchase. Depending on what else you buy at Costco, don’t forget to consider membership fees to the purchase price for your mattress.