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Overnight Mattress Complaints

You are not going to believe this.  I am researching beds because Amoeba and I wish to put one in our guest room.  I have heard great things about memory foam mattresses and thought I’d check a few out online. I came across OvernightMattress.Com to check out their memory foam mattress and my eyes almost popped out of my head.  They offer a 120 night risk-free trial!

Seriously, sleep on the mattress for 4 months, and if you still don’t like it, return the mattress for a full refund.  Of course, the mattress has to be in new condition, no rips, stains, tears, etc. or a 15% damage fee is withheld, but that only seems reasonable.   Besides, look at the confidence OvernightMattress.Com has in their memory foam mattress.  And they not only off the 120 day money back guarantee — they’ll even pay for the return shipping!

About the title of my post, I was always taught that if something sounds to good to be true, it probably is.  That’s why I immediately honed in on their product reviews and started looking for Overnight Mattress complaints.  I found a couple — most of them over minor things.  And the couple of complaints that weren’t minor had rave reviews for customer service and the quick, easy way the situations were remedied.

I like the prices on these mattresses, too.  They’re as mind boggling as the incredible 120 day money back guarantee. Now, as I said, the bed is for our guest bedroom, is a double bed big enough? Amoeba also plans to use the room as his office.  What do you think?


  1. Well, if it is a MEMORY mattress, won’t it be confused if a series of guests sleep on it? I wouldn’t buy it for that reason. Bodies are not all alike.

    1. Gigi — memory foam conforms to and cradles the body in the bed. When you get out of the bed it does not retain your shape in the mattress. If the beds did that everybody would always have to lie in the exact same position and nobody would buy them.

  2. We just bought a bed for our guest room and the biggest dilemma was, if we should buy a double or queen size bed. We went for queen size because we have slept on a couple of double beds when visiting in Canada and they are too SMALL for two people! Unless you as thin as the Olsen twins… 🙂

    We just had guests sleeping in it last week, and they raved about the great bed. Not sure how big your room is, but if you can, go bigger. Just so that your guests will be happy.

    We don´t have the memory mattresses here, but they sound awesome.

  3. I’m perfectly happy with a double bed in there when I come to visit you, but others may prefer a queen size. I suppose it would be better to go with the larger of the two sizes if it will fit in there comfortably.
    .-= Brooke´s last blog ..Sense of entitlement =-.

  4. We visited friends in AZ this last October and they had sleep number beds both in their room and in their guest room. Ron and I had the best two nights sleep in their home than we had on our entire trip. Don’t know a thing about memory foam except I agree with Jinksy abut the brain.
    .-= Granny Annie´s last blog ..WHAT IS YOUR MAKEUP COMFORT LEVEL? =-.

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