Last Updated on July 9, 2023
Aldi isn’t exactly a mattress store, but that hasn’t stopped the grocer from rolling out mattresses at various times.
What We Know:
Huntington Home Mattresses are an ALDI Find (Special Buy), which means Aldi only carries them for a short time. Aldi typically sells an 8″ mattress in the mid-to-late summer, as well as larger and more expensive 10″ king and queen memory foam mattresses in the fall.
The 8-inch twin mattress costs $119.99, which is the same price or less expensive than comparably sized mattresses we’ve seen at Amazon, Target, or Walmart. The 10-inch king and queen mattresses cost $249.99 and $279.99, which is also either the same price or less expensive than many of the same-sized mattresses we’ve seen at Amazon or Walmart. (We couldn’t find any 10-inch memory foam queen or king mattresses at Target.)
Of note: Aldi also has been known to sell a Bed Bug and Allergy Mattress Protector for $19.99.
All of Aldi’s memory foam mattresses, to date, have been manufactured by Soft-Tex, a company that makes mattresses and other sleep products for a wide range of retailers under a number of other labels, including SensorPEDIC, Therapedic, and SwissLUX. The mattresses use Certipur certified foam.
To date, the warranties for these mattresses have been long. The 8″ twin mattresses have 10-year warranties, while the larger 10″ king and queen mattresses have 20-year warranties. We’ve had the misfortune of sleeping in places with (non-Aldi) bad memory foam mattresses so we can appreciate the value of a warranty should it come to that.
What We Don’t Know:
There’s a few things we don’t know. We don’t know how soft or firm these mattresses are. We also don’t know how comfortable they are to sleep on, since we haven’t tested any of them to date. And, finally, we don’t have any experience with the warranty process on these mattresses, so we can’t speak to that, either.
Do you have experience with any of the Huntington Home memory foam mattresses? Feel free to let us know in the comments.