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What You'll Get
Although the best mattresses feel as soft as clouds, the worst mattresses are clouds that send sleepers plummeting back to Earth. Rest on firmer billows with today's Groupon to Gardner Mattress, with locations in Newton, Salem, and Woburn. Choose between the following options:
- For $50, you get $200 toward mattresses.
- For $350, you get $800 toward mattresses.
The bedsmiths at Gardner Mattress' Salem factory use time-tested manufacturing processes to tailor mattresses to the needs and dreams of each customer. Sleep seekers can visit either showroom to acquaint backs and herds of counting sheep with an array of mattress styles, which come built-to-order in any size and trimmed with an array of snooze-snaring customizations. Float atop the ivory damask cover of a queen-size quilted cotton mattress ($749+) or settle spines into the billowy embrace of a cotton-batted lace tufted twin ($349+). Pocketed-coil mattresses ($1,049+ for a full) employ body-conforming springs to add extra support and cut down on motion transfer known to ruin sleepwalking Jenga matches.
Sales staff stand by to help match mattresses with customers' resting requirements and field questions on materials and possible customizations such as all-organic mattress covers, polyurethane-free mattresses, or box springs equipped with monster guards (certain customizations affect the price of the mattress). Once customers have described their ideal mattresses in spoken word or song, the parameters are sent to the Salem factory, where ex-North Pole elves transform the restful recipes into one-of-a-kind beds.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 2, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Not valid for sale items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Gardner Mattress
Alan J. Gardner opened his Salem factory in 1933, winning over generations of loyal customers with custom-made and odd-sized mattresses in a wide range of styles. Massachusetts-made pallets support sleepers with hand tufted construction and fluffy cotton fillings catered specifically to each client's specifications. The company's direct manufacturer-to-customer supply chain erases the influence of bothersome middlemen or arrogant, cigar-chomping mattress barons. Sleepers select from a variety of comfy cushion styles, such as latex, plush top, tufted, or pocket coils, with options for all-natural materials such as Joma wool and layers of thick cotton-knit fabric.