Ask most people and they’ll tell you that, from their experience, mattresses tend to cost a small fortune. Why the high cost? Because typically, mattresses are marked up 6-12 times from manufacture to point of sale.
Conventional mattresses tend to cost a small fortune, you’re handed a hard sell, it’s terribly time-consuming and rather overwhelming. But, here’s the thing…the mattress-buying experience doesn’t have to be this way.
With Tuft & Needle, there’s no jargon or convoluted product specs. They simply sell you a high-quality, 10-inch thick mattresses (two layers, not 10) made out of Tuft & Needle foam (foam that is freshly poured and cut here in the USA), and Tactel fabric that comes from a 90-year-old, family-owned textile mill in the Carolinas.
Tuft & Needle doesn’t sell their mattresses through a long supply chain. They make them in the U.S. and sell them to you directly — at an honest price. So if your’re looking to sleep on an honestly crafted mattress that’s sold to you at a fair price, you need to check out Tuft & Needle.