Save up to 55% on Simba mattresses now

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Photo credit: Simba
Photo credit: Simba

Amazon Prime Day has arrived and there are plenty of bargains to be found for your home and garden – including plenty of reductions on luxe bedding by sleep brand Simba. The brand is offering big discounts of up to 50% on its top-rated mattresses, pillows and bedding.

Running for 48 hours only, from today until midnight July 13th, you can snag savings across a variety of the brand’s range – including 45% off the Simba Hybrid mattress (reducing the price to £550 from £999 for a double) and 40% off the Hybrid Pro (£825, down from £1,359). Essentially, that means potential savings of over £500 – nice.

On test, the Simba Hybrid mattress was rated highly by the GHI’s team, who were impressed with how it helped to regulate their body temperature during sleep — ideal for those who tend to overheat at night.

There were other pros too. The springy base responds to each sleeper in the bed individually, meaning testers weren’t disturbed when their partner rolled over — handy if you or your spouse tends to be fidgety during sleep.

In fact, all testers would recommend the mattress to a friend. "Now I look forward to getting into bed at night,” said one. “I didn't realise how much a good mattress would transform my sleep. The Simba Hybrid is brilliant."

There are deals on pillows too: the Hybrid pillow is now 35% off, down to £70 from £109. On test, our panellists were impressed by its ability to stay plump throughout the night, with one saying it was “a joy to nestle into”.

And the brand’s Pure pillow – a firm, foam option – is also discounted by an impressive 50%, now down to just £30.

A decent mattress is one of the most important investments you can make for your home, so now’s the time to buy if you’re tempted. This offer is only running over the bank holiday weekend, so we’d be quick if you're tempted.

Shop all the Simba Sleep deals on Amazon here. Remember, you’ll need to be a Prime member to take advantage of these prices so, if you’re not, you’ll need to sign up for a 30 day free trial.

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