Best Emma mattress deals February 2024 - deep discounts on sleep essentials

Browse our guide to the best Emma mattress deals, with sumptuous savings on best-selling mattresses, sleep sets, bed frames, and more.

A bedroom with the Emma Serene Sleep bedroom set for w&h's Emma mattress deals.
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The best Emma mattress deals can deliver a bed-in-a-box, ready to unroll on your doorstep, for a dreamy discount. The iconic brand is offering savings across bedding bundles, durable furniture, and more. There's really no better time to invest in a bedroom refresh.

Since they dived onto the bedding scene in 2013, Emma has been making some of the best mattresses on the market. Their iconic, memory foam design is a savior for side sleepers, balancing comfort, support, and reasonable prices (especially in the sales). They'll also offer a 200 night trial and ten year guarantee on all their mattresses, so you know you're in safe hands with this expert brand. 

You may remember the early days of Emma's sleep offering, when you could as good as ignore the RRP. There was always some sort of saving on offer across all of their sleep offering. However, in the last year, the brand has adjusted their sticker price, now offering more select, exclusive deals. You'll need to sleep with one eye open to snap up a saving.

Thankfully, we have a team of shopping experts who are just as keen to bag dreamy deals as you are. We've tested Emma's plush sleep sets, luxurious bundles, and best thin pillows. Here's all you need to know to secure the savings which will help you to sleep easy.

Where to shop the best Emma mattress deals

If you're in need of a new mattress, but you want to scroll the sales for yourselves, here are the places we recommend taking a look.

The best Emma mattress deals available now

Best mattress deals

Emma Luxe Cooling Mattress | Was £839, now £629.55 at Emma (save £209.45)

Emma Luxe Cooling Mattress | Was £839, now £629.55 at Emma (save £209.45)

The Luxe Cooling Mattress is a seven-layered option with a mix of micro-springs and memory foam. One of the best cooling mattresses for hot sleepers, this premium mattress regulates temperatures for a less flustered night's sleep. The microfibre is infused with graphite and with patented Thermosync Technology. It works in all seasons, reducing night sweats and enhancing deep sleep.

We're fans of this mattress over at woman&home, as it doesn't disappoint on comfort or cooling properties: we find it to be the ideal level of firmness. Even better, it's now 35% off, with £769.45 worth of savings on the UK double size.

Emma NextGen Premium Mattress | Was £599, now £389.35 at Emma (save £209.65)

Emma NextGen Premium Mattress | Was £599, now £389.35 at Emma (save £209.65)

Emma has upgraded its bestselling Premium mattress, with the new NextGen technology and design. It still featuring four layers of foam, one layer of tall pocket springs, and seven targeted zones for a comfortable night's sleep. However, the NextGen also offers 20% more comfort and 58% less CO2 emission than the Premium Plus, and it's currently discounted by over £200..

Emma NextGen Cooling Mattress Deal | Was £1,091, now £765.75 at Emma (save £325.25)

Emma NextGen Cooling Mattress Deal | Was £1,091, now £765.75 at Emma (save £325.25)

Hot sleepers, start rejoicing (or sleeping). The NextGen Cooling mattress is packed with clever technology which helps to regulate temperature, diffusing it across the different support zones of your mattress. In this bundle deal, you'll get a cooling premium pillow and waterproof mattress protector, so you can refresh your bedding in one big bundle.

Emma is offering 30% off everything, bringing it over £300 cheaper than it should be. If that's not a dreamy saving, I don't know what is.

Emma Space Saver Ottoman Bedroom Set |Was £2,046,now £1,458.50 at Emma (save £587.50)

Emma Space Saver Ottoman Bedroom Set | Was £2,046, now £1,458.50 at Emma (save £587.50)

Save time looking for a dresser and optimise your room space with Emma's ottoman bedroom set. Discounted by £587.50, this deal includes a gorgeous ottoman with built-in storage compartments, the Emma NextGen Cooling mattress, and two premium pillows. Top it off with the best bed sheets, a lovely duvet and a cosy electric blanket; your bed set is complete! 

Emma Premium Mattress | Was £1,098.90, now £639.99 at Mattress Online (save £639.99)

Emma Premium Mattress | Was £1,098.90, now £639.99 at Mattress Online (save £639.99)

Emma's sought-after Premium mattress is discounted by a huge 55% at Mattress Online right now, saving an incredible £639.99 on the double size. 

People have loved the Premium for years, because it balances sink-in softness with five zones of support through a hybrid of comfortable memory foam filling and a pocket sprint system. 

Which Emma mattress should you choose?

In the UK, the Emma range consists of three different mattresses: the Emma Original, the Emma Premium and the Emma Cooling. Within each mattress range, there are Premium, Luxe, and NextGen variants. These have different specialisms, which we dive deep in to further down the article.

  • The Emma Original mattress uses the brand's HRX material, also known as elastic foam layers. The top layer draws away heat to keep sleepers cool and sweat-free throughout the night. The main layer serves as a hardwearing base that promotes spinal alignment and relieves pressure. Similarly, the second layer adapts to your body, no matter the sleeping position, and minimizes the impact of any movement. 
  • The Emma NextGen Premium mattress has five supportive layers and keeps the hips, shoulders, and spine aligned. It's made with double foam, which evaporates moisture and thereby helps sleepers stay cool. What's more, it's supported by bouncy, extra-tall springs that allow for air circulation. Ultimately, this combination isolates movement, causing fewer sleep disturbances between partners.
  • The Emma Cooling Mattress is designed to keep you cool and comfortable all night long. Their clever ThermoSync technology uses graphite-infused foam to absorb and redistribute heat across your mattress, creating optimal conditions for deep sleep. Couples will also love the seven, different zones of support, which offer maximum pressure relief and minimal motion transfer.

How important is a good quality mattress?

Our homes editor, Tamara Kelly, tells us: "I can't stress enough the importance of a good mattress to provide the literal foundations of a good night's sleep. Having the best mattress offers support, comfort and proper alignment to ensure your sleep is restorative. No mattress is cheap but when you consider the lifespan and the cost per use a dependable mattress is an investment worth making."

"Emma Sleep is at the more affordable end of the mattress price scale, but with no less expertise when it comes to knowing about good sleep", she adds. "Emma Sleep is one of our most trusted bedding brands here at w&h, one we have personally tried and tested for our best mattress guides. Debunking the theory that memory foam mattresses can't compete with the popular pocket-sprung designs once traditionally favoured."

Tamara Kelly
Tamara Kelly

Tamara is a highly experienced homes and interiors journalist, with a career spanning 20 years. Tamara has spent the last 17 years working with the style teams at Woman & Home, Country Homes & Interiors and Ideal Home, and it’s with these award-winning teams that she gained a wealth of knowledge and honed her skills and passion for shopping, styling and writing about every aspect of lifestyle and interiors.

How often do Emma mattresses go on sale?

Emma has established a reputation for constant sales. However, in the last year they've had an overhaul. They've dropped their RRP and made their sales more modest and less dramatic. You can still almost always snag a saving, but you have to look a bit harder if you want to bag the best bedding or mattress deal on offer.

The best place to look is their site. These are where the most reliable discounts are rolled out the most regularly. However, if there's any chance of you getting a better deal elsewhere, we'll let you know. We're always checking third-party retailers as well as Emma's site, so we can keep you up to date on the very best discounts.

How long do Emma mattresses last?

All Emma mattresses come with a ten year guarantee, which starts as soon as you begin using your mattress. We've seen plenty of reviews where people have had theirs for years and say that it feels as good as new, but you should really be replacing your mattress every seven years anyway. Obviously, there's no one-size-fits-all rule, but a ten year guarantee is really generous. Plus, if you don't get on with yours, you can return it, for free within the first 200 days of using it.

Emma says that if you encounter any problems with your product within the ten year guarantee, Emma makes it easy for you to return your mattress. Reviewers say they sent a photo of their mattress and got a brand-new model sent straight away, no quibbles. Emma includes cracks, dents, and damages to the mattress in their guarantee, alongside general wear-and-tear. 

Although, we haven't read many reviews where the Emma mattress has't withstood the test of time, it's always good to keep in mind that Emma is a relatively new mattress company. I've been buoyed up by companies promising big guarantees only to watch them sink and disappear. Emma is still going strong over ten years into the industry, but be ready to exercise some caution.

More about Emma's different mattresses

More about Emma's different mattresses

illustration showing inner layers of the Emma Original mattresses, one of the products in the Emma mattress deals

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1. Emma Original mattress deals

The cheapest Emma mattress you can buy

Specifications

RRP: From £299
Fill: Memory foam
Depth: 25cm
Sizes: 5 (UK) 6 (US)
Trial: 365-night (US), 200-night (UK)
Guarantee: 10 years

Backed by memory foam layers, the Emma Original is a medium-firm mattress that promotes spinal alignment and relieves muscle tension. It also adapts to your body's pressure and takes the impact of any movement so that partners don't disturb each other's sleep. Another memory foam layer balances the body and adapts to its shape. The mattress's breathable top layer is climate-regulating, to stop any hot and sweaty nights.

If you opt for the Plus, you'll get the comfort cover, rather than the standard cover. It's easier to clean, thicker, and sumptuously soft to touch.

illustration showing inner layers of the Emma Premium mattresses, one of the products in the Emma mattress deals

(Image credit: Emma)

2. Emma Premium mattress deals

The best Emma mattress for those who need medium-firm support

Specifications

RRP: From £659
Fill: Memory foam and pocket springs
Depth: 25cm
Sizes: 5
Trial: 200-night (UK only)
Guarantee: 10 years

The Emma Premium Mattress supports and comforts snoozers, so they don't have to worry about getting back to sleep in the middle of the night. It's backed by five foam layers, which help keep the hips, shoulders, and spine aligned. It also features extra-long springs that promote greater airflow and keep sleepers cool in effect.

You can opt for the NextGen Premium or the NextGen Premium Plus. The only difference is that the Plus comes with one of Emma's expert cooling covers. If you're a hot sleeper, this is well worth the investment/

Emma NextGen Cooling Mattress layers

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3. Emma Cooling mattress deals

The best Emma mattress for cooling comfort all night long

Specifications

Depth: 25 (Luxe) -27 (NextGen) cm
Sizes: 5
Trial: 200-night (UK only)
Guarentee: 10 years

Emma's clever cooling mattress uses graphite-infused foam and ThermoSync technology to help redistribute excess heat across your mattress in the night. It's the perfect choice for hot sleepers, because the cooling properties optimise conditions for you to reach deep, sweat free sleep all night long.

The NextGen and Luxe cooling mattresses differ slightly. Both offer six layers of combined pocket springs and memory foam, as well as different support zones. However, the NextGen has seven zones of body support, compared to the Luxe's five. This can be useful if you have specific problem areas, especially because the NextGen is a little deeper, with longer springs in the base zone. The Luxe's slightly thinner design specialises in counter-pressure. In fact, the whole of the base foam is lined with HRX (High Resiliency Extra) which offers counter-pressure, helping spinal alignment.

Other Emma deals

Emma Ottoman Bed | Was £1,049, now £786.75 at Emma (save £262.25)

Emma Ottoman Bed | Was £1,049, now £786.75 at Emma (save £262.25)

You can never underestimate the power of an ottoman bed. Emma's is a storage specialist, with 890 liters of storage space underneath, enough to tuck all your bedroom clutter, linen, or old boxes out of sight. 

The luxe suede finish is available in dark grey and light grey, both cut expertly. It's perfected the balance of prettiness and practicality.

Emma Sofa Bed | Was £1,659, now £1,327.20 at Emma (save £331.80)

Emma Sofa Bed | Was £1,659, now £1,327.20 at Emma (save £331.80)

Sweet dreams and sofa beds traditionally haven't been in the same sentence. However, Emma's has been designed to offer sumptuously plush, superior comfort as well as hassle-free assembly. 

It takes just ten seconds to transform this from sitting room seat to a place to sleep and the best part is that it's completely stain resistant. With 20% off the price, you can save over £300, which is enough for you to invest in some cloud-like bedding too.

Emma Premium Pillow | Was £79, now £63.20 at Emma (save £15.80)

Emma Premium Pillow | Was £79, now £63.20 at Emma (save £15.80)

This plush pillow is packed with clever technology (as well as ThermoSync foam). It's designed to offer breathability, temperature regulation and supreme support. 

Unzip the washable cover and you can remove or add layers, depending on whether you're a back, side, or stomach sleeper. This kind of customization means that you can curate the perfect firmness and height with no compromise. The 20% discount just makes this deal that little bit dreamier.

Emma Microfibre Pillow | Was $59, now $50.15 at Emma (save £8.85)

Emma Microfibre Pillow | Was $59, now $50.15 at Emma (save £8.85)

Crafted with four layers of cruelty-free, Aerosoft microfiber, this pillow is perfect for a range of sleepers. Two of the layers can be removable, which will suit stomach sleepers down to, well, their stomachs. Alternatively, back sleepers can pack it full of all four soft, yet supportive layers.

The 15% discount isn't huge, but these are great for a whole-home re-set, because the hypoallergenic pillow is suitable for children and adults.

Emma Cloud Duvet | Was £73.29, now £62.30 at Emma (save £10.99)

Emma Cloud Duvet | Was £73.29, now £62.30 at Emma (save £10.99)

Crafted from microfiber, this duvet curates the perfect balance of cloud-like cosiness and comfort. It's feather-light and packed with temperature-regulating microfibers. Plus, if you spill your Sunday morning coffee on the sheets, it's completely machine washable. 

The 15% discount isn't huge, but it's no saving to be sniffed at. Quality, cloud-like comfort won't get cheaper than this.

Emma Hug Weighted Blanket | Was £86.63, now £69.31 at Emma (save £17.32)

Emma Hug Weighted Blanket | Was £86.63, now £69.31 at Emma (save £17.32)

Weighted blankets are the latest and greatest sleep hack. They're brilliant for easing and relieving stress, naturally helping you to sweet dreams. Emma makes theirs with super soft cotton, quilted microfibre layers and extra fine glass beads, this is the closes you;ll get to a deep sleep guarantee.

I can attest to how much like a hug this weighted blanket feels. It's effortlessly soothing and stopped me from tossing and turning into the early hours.

Millie Fender
Head of Ecommerce

Millie Fender is Head of Ecommerce at Woman&Home, and was formerly Head of Reviews across a number of Future Plc's leading Homes titles such as Ideal Home and Homes&Gardens. As our head of all things shopping, Millie is committed to giving readers honest, expert advice when it comes to spending their hard-earned cash.


Millie has always had a personal interest in fashion and beauty and has (almost) ditched the straighteners since learning how to look after her curly hair. In her free time, she loves to knit and bake, and has a 200-strong bucket list of London restaurants she's desperate to try out. 

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