Simba is offering up to 50% off for Black Friday

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Photo credit: Simba
Photo credit: Simba

A good night’s sleep is on the horizon – bedding brand Simba has dropped early Black Friday deals, offering up to 50% off some of its top-rated items.

Until 26th November, you can grab a half price discount across all Simba’s products (including mattresses and bed frames), so long as you spend £300 and over.

The retailer is well-known for its best-selling Hybrid mattress, which has notched up around 500,000 sales. During Good Housekeeping Institute tests, the mattress was rated highly by the team, who were impressed with how it helped to regulate their body temperature during sleep — ideal for hot nights.

One tester said: “I didn't realise how much a good mattress would transform my sleep. The Simba Hybrid is brilliant."

And now, you can pick up your own at a discounted price – the king size option is currently £549.54 instead of £999. That’s a nice £449.46 saving.

If you’re keen to try the full set, you might be interested in Simba’s Sleep Bundle. The kit (which is also 50% off) includes the Hybrid mattress, two Hybrid pillows, a Hybrid duvet and a mattress protector. Everything you need for a luxurious bedroom. A king size bundle is now £765.50 down from £1,531.

Simba has also offered a half price discount on one of their newer products – the Orion Simba Bed Base. Available in three colours (fossil, fern and cloud) and with six leg choices, you can get it just right for your bedroom decor. This month, pick up the king sized Orion for £604.45, dropped from £1,099.

If you have any concerns on getting rid of your old mattress, Simba offers mattress removal, as well as free shipping.

New bedding is never a bad investment during discount season (especially as these buys are usually pretty expensive), so we’d recommend you check out the Simba Black Friday sale now.

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