A 30-night trial means you can try your new mattress for 30 nights. If you think you can get a better sleep with other type of mattress you can ask for a return and full refund within the period.
It allows you to test sleeping in the mattress for 100 days. Within the period of 100 days, if you are not fully satisfied with the mattress you can return it back and get your full refund if it is not intentionally damaged.
90-night trial of a mattress allows you to test it for 90 nights. If you are not satisfied with it, you can return the mattress within the period. The manufacturer will give full refund, if the mattress is not intentionally damaged.
A sleep trial gives you a predetermined period of time to try the mattress. If you are not satisfied with the sleep quality and comfort, you can ask for a return. The trial period begins from the day you receive your product.
You get 120 nights to try your mattress for comfort and sleep. If, for whatever reason it may be, you are not fully satisfied with the mattress you can return the mattress within 120 days and get a full refund.
Mattress trials work by allowing you to use the mattress for up to a specified number of nights.
The same is in the case of the 365-Night Risk-Free Mattress Trial. This policy allows you to sleep on the mattress for 365 nights. In case you still do not like the mattress, you may return it and get a refund.
The 180-Night Risk-Free Trial Policy implies that you can buy a mattress and try sleeping on it for 180 nights. If you still do not find the mattress enough comforting, you can return it and get a full refund.
The rules may be specific for different brands. Contact the manufacturer for details.
No, you don’t get a new warranty with every replacement. The time limit stands still for all your replaced products. It will be the same warranty period you received for the original product.
No, you cannot return your mattress once your trial period is over. It can only be returned if it meets any of the Warranty claim guidelines, as provided in the FAQ section of the manufacturer’s website.
Most manufacturers offer a 100-day trial.
A brand-new mattress might not feel as comfortable at first as its materials require some breakdown. You may keep trying it throughout the trial period. If you are still not satisfied with it, you can return the mattress and ask for a refund within the trial period.
Most mattress companies offer a free trial period. However, the period may vary from company to company.
Mattress trials allow you to test the mattress for a specified period. If you don’t like the mattress, you can always return it and get a refund or exchange it for a more suitable mattress.
Sometimes you may have to re-pack it yourself for shipment and sometimes you may get a helping hand from the company who will help you to re-box your mattress. It differs from brand to brand.
You don’t need to keep the outer box, but you should keep the inner plastic packaging to ensure that the mattress don’t get damaged during any future transit. When you move to a new house or for any other reason, you may need to transit it.