If you’re like me, then you love a discount. Mattresses generally are quite expensive, so make sure to use a discount code if possible. Luckily, Emma mattress do offer vouchers and discounts often, and I have collected the best ones here for you.
Before buying an Emma mattress, make sure to check out my full and honest review here.
The benefits of using a voucher code for sites like Emma, whether buying a mattress or a topper, are that the trial period and warranty are unaffected. So you can basically buy the mattress at a much reduced price but without any disadvantages. If the mattress isn’t to your liking then you can send it back to Emma for a refund, and the fact you’ve used a discount will have no bearing on this. This also applies to companies like Nectar Sleep and Simba Sleep.
There is a minimum spend to get the voucher code to work though, so make sure to view the terms and conditions of each coupon code on the Emma website before buying. A typical example of a voucher code might give you a 20% to 30% discount typically for Emma, based on previous vouchers that I have seen being used and based on customer feedback.
How much does Emma mattress cost after using a voucher?
Of course, it depends on the amount of discount available from the code itself. The best discount code I’ve ever seen is -40% off, but that is very rare. You may be lucky and time your purchase right, but this is unlikely. The usual discount range is 20 to 30% off for Emma.
Let’s just say that the voucher is 20% off, so here is the pricing comparison table with that redeemed/applied:
|SIZE||DIMENSIONS||PRICE (AFTER 20% discount)|
|Small double||120x190x25 cm||£359.20|
|Super kingsize||180x200x25 cm||£519.20|
Prices above are representative, check the Emma website first to make sure that the prices are still accurate!
Is the Emma Mattress any good?
More than one year on, and I still think the Emma Original is one of the best mattresses you can buy in the UK right now. It’s comfortable, but fairly firm, and yet provides fantastic support no matter what position you sleep in – making it a particularly good choice for people who move around a lot at night.
There are some drawbacks though. Looking at the reviews on places like Trustpilot, it is obvious that some users are having issues with bolster / side sagging. This is when the outer edges of the mattress start to go all soft and make sleeping on the edge of the mattress impossible. To find out more, read my full Emma Original review.
Emma Cot: Voucher codes
Another quick point that needs highlighting: Emma now sell the Emma Cot mattress for toddlers in the UK, so read my review here but if you are looking for a mattress for your kids then read this first. You’ll be pleased to know that Emma Cot discounts are available too using the voucher codes listed on this page.
What kind of discount can I expect…?
Some example vouchers in the past for Emma have included:
- 25% off
- 26% off (exclusive to some websites)
- Student discount
- Free delivery / next day where applicable
- Up to 50% off in the sale
- NHS and health worker coupon code
If you want further codes on mattresses and bedding, then I have also added a main voucher codes page here.
Are there any valid discount codes currently for Emma 2020?
Yes. Some sites like VoucherCodes.co.uk, MyVoucherCodes and VoucherSort.co.uk offer discount codes but these are quite generic. It’s better to use a dedicated mattress review website to find an exclusive deal or coupon, because these are agreed with the merchant directly.
Is there a keyworker discount for Emma?
Yes. Emma are doing a special discount during COVID and it is quite generous. Similar to OTTY, who are also doing a keyworker scheme.
Living Social and Emma mattress: how cheap?
Unlike some providers, Emma sell their reconditioned returns on LivingSocial and other outlets. See here for more. Sadly it’s not possible to use the above voucher codes for Living Social – they have their own voucher codes.