Prime Day 2019: Get 35% off a Simba Hybrid double mattress

·Freelance Writer
Amazon Prime members can save £250 on the Simba Hybrid Mattress today [Photo: Amazon]
Amazon Prime members can save £250 on the Simba Hybrid Mattress today [Photo: Amazon]

Amazon Prime Day 2019 is well underway with shoppers keen to get their hands on a number of incredible deals.

So we couldn’t believe our luck when we stumbled across the Simba Hybrid mattress which now has an impressive 35% off.

The award-winning double mattress (which boasts more than 70,000 five-star reviews online) was £649.00 and is now down to £399 - a purse-friendly saving of £250.

With five layers of comfort and 2,500 pocket springs packed with memory foam - it’s no wonder it’s one of the most talked about mattresses.

Plus, the must-have is available for a 100-night trial meaning you can return if you still can’t manage to get a good night’s kip.

Buy now.

According to the National Sleep Foundation, a mattress is the key component in achieving decent shut-eye as they affect not only our comfort but body temperature and humidity.

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If you suffer from back pain, research suggests that a “more supple, comforting mattress may lead to better sleep” - making the Simba mattress the perfect choice.

If you’re after a good night’s sleep then make sure to hurry, as the deal is for a limited time only.

To shop the deal, you’ll need to be an Amazon Prime member. You can sign up to the Amazon Prime 30-day free trial - which gives you exclusive access to Prime Day savings.

Interested in more bargains? Shop Monday’s best Amazon Prime 'deals of the day'.

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