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When shopping for a quality mattress, it’s easy to wind up looking at an expensive mattress. If you have a limited budget, and you really want a mattress that’s affordable we have some good news. There are several options for a good mattress under $1000 in Canada.

Sure, you’ll have to compromise on looks, but my mattress is typically covered anyways. And you might have to deal with a less luxurious feel as budget mattresses typically don’t have the nuanced feeling of multiple layers, but that doesn’t mean you should settle for a bad nights sleep.

The one notable difference you’ll find when looking for the best mattress under $1000, is that the warranty period and free-sleep-trial length is typically shorter than on the high-end mattresses.

Note: To keep these mattress reviews fair and equal, we’ve used the most popular mattress size ‘Queen’ in these Canadian mattress comparisons

Mattress under 1000 in Canada

Choosing the Best Mattress Under $1000

In Canada, the search for the best mattress under $1000 is a little more difficult than in the USA, as our dollar is currently worth about 75%. So really, we are limited to mattresses that cost $750 in the USA.

Lucky for us, over the past 10 years, with the bed-in-a-box trend increasing, there are several companies right here in Canada that make and sell mattresses in this country. That keeps the cost down and keeps us from high shipping and import duties.

Here’s our top picks!

Best memory foam mattress under $1000

These mattresses are all foam mattresses with a thick and comfortable layer of memory foam to help you sink into a good night’s sleep. If you need more support, and want a more supportive and traditional feel, then check out the hybrid mattresses in the next section.

The Douglas Mattress

The Douglas mattress combines 3 layers of foam to provide a durable, responsive, and luxurious feel without feeling like quicksand. This memory foam mattress has a motion isolation support foam to eliminate motion transfer between sleepers and to provide good edge support.

The The Douglas Mattress is made in Canada, and starts at only $749.00 for a Queen size. This 10" thick mattress is rated as 'Medium Firm'. GoodMorning.com offers a 120 Night Trial trial period and a 15 year warranty warranty.

Materials Used: memory foam, cooling gel, cooling fiber or fabric, tencel, removable cover
Certifications: Certi-Pur US

Shop Now $749.00 for a Queen

Tuft & Needle Nod

The Tuft & Needle Nod is made in Canada, and starts at only $839.99 for a Queen size. This 8" thick mattress is rated as 'Medium'. Tuft & Needle offers a 100 Night Trial trial period and a 10 year warranty warranty.

Materials Used: breathable foam, quilted cover
Certifications: Certi-Pur US, GREENGUARD Gold
Other: Fiberglass free details

Amazon.ca $839.99 for a Queen

Best hybrid mattress under $1000

If you’re looking for the best spring mattress under $1000, then you need to check these out. With hundreds of individually wrapped coil springs, and a plush layer of foam on top, these hybrid mattresses are reasonably priced and very comfortable!

Sleepenvie Hunter

Cool gel memory foam on top of individually wrapped coil springs help make this mattress feel a lot more expensive than it really is!

The Sleepenvie Hunter is made in Europe and Asia, and starts at only $899.99 for a Queen size. This 14" thick mattress is rated as 'Medium Soft'. Sleepenvie offers a 100 Night Trial trial period and a 20 year warranty warranty.

Materials Used: memory foam, pocket coils, cooling gel, rayon, quilted cover
Certifications: OEKO-Tex 100, Certi-Pur US

Shop Now $899.99 for a Queen

LUCID Hybrid Mattress

The Lucid Hybrid is much cheaper than the SleepEnvie Hybrid mattress, but we are hesitant about the Lucid because of the fiberglass it contains as a fireproofing measure. If that is not a concern to you then this is definitely the cheaper choice.

The LUCID Hybrid Mattress is 10" thick. It has a 'Medium Soft' firmness. LUCID offers a 30 Night Trial trial period and a 10 year warranty warranty.

Materials Used: memory foam, pocket coils, activated charcoal, aloe vera
Certifications: Certi-Pur US
Other: Contains fiberglass details

Amazon.ca $513.88 for a Queen

Best king mattress under $1000

We’d love to include the Tuft & Needle Nod mattress as well, but the Nod in King size is just over the $1000 price.

The Douglas Mattress

The The Douglas Mattress is made in Canada, and starts at only $849.00 for a King size. This 10" thick mattress is rated as 'Medium Firm'. GoodMorning.com offers a 120 Night Trial trial period and a 15 year warranty warranty.

Materials Used: memory foam, cooling gel, cooling fiber or fabric, tencel, removable cover
Certifications: Certi-Pur US

Shop Now $849.00 for a King

An all natural mattress under $1000

Dream Green Organic Latex Mattress

The Dream Green Organic Latex Mattress is made in Canada, and starts at only $999.99 for a Queen size. This 6" thick mattress is rated as 'Medium Firm'. Naturelle offers a 90 day trial trial period and a 25 year warranty warranty.

Materials Used: natural latex, organic latex, removable cover
Certifications: GOLS, GOTS, OEKO-Tex 100, Certified Organic Cotton
Other: Fiberglass free details

Amazon.ca $999.99 for a Queen

Budget Pick – Best mattress under $500

Juno Mattress

This mattress is cheap - so you wouldn't expect much. We like that Good Morning (the company that makes the Juno) has taken the time to make sure the foams are CertiPUR rated and that there are no harmful chemicals used, even though it's a budget mattress! It gets even better:

The Juno Mattress is made in Canada, and starts at only $399.00 for a Queen size. This 8" thick mattress is rated as 'Medium Firm'. GoodMorning.com offers a 120 Night Trial trial period and a 15 year warranty warranty.

Materials Used: cooling gel, viscose
Certifications: Certi-Pur US
Other: Fiberglass free details

Shop Now $399.00 for a Queen

Upgrade Pick – Best mattress under $2000

If you’re willing to increase your budget from $1000 up to $2000 for a mattress in Canada, the market really opens up. Here are a couple of our favourite choices for the best mattress under $2000.

Casper Original Hybrid

Casper uses AirScape technology to keep your body cool while you sleep, and with 3 zones of targeted support, this hybrid mattress helps align your spine while providing relief for your upper body and shoulders.

And to increase support and airflow, the hundreds of individually wrapped pocket coils are surrounded by a firmer border that provides edge support to help you get in and out of bed easily.

The Casper Original Hybrid is made in Unknown - designed in USA, and starts at only $1695 for a Queen size. This 11" thick mattress is rated as 'Medium Firm'. Casper offers a 100 Night Trial trial period and a 10 year warranty warranty.

Materials Used: memory foam, pocket coils, breathable foam, recycled plastic
Certifications: Certi-Pur US
Other: Contains fiberglass details

Shop Now $1695 for a Queen

Silk & Snow Organic Mattress

This all natural, green mattress, is too expensive to make it as our pick for the best natural mattress under $1000. However, we think it's a great option for an organic hybrid mattress if you have a little more money to spend.

It's made from varying stiffness to provide a balanced support system for spinal alignment, and it's topped with a layer of durable organic latex with a 100% New Zealand Joma wool quilt layer.

The Silk & Snow Organic Mattress is made in Canada, and starts at only $1300 for a Queen size. This 12" thick mattress is rated as 'Medium Firm'. Silk & Snow offers a 100 Night Trial trial period and a 15 year Warranty warranty.

Materials Used: organic latex, cotton, wool, pocket coils
Certifications: eco-INSTITUT, GOLS, GOTS, OEKO-Tex 100
Other: Fiberglass free details

Shop Now $1300 for a Queen

Is $1000 too much for a mattress?

Looking for a budget mattress can be overwhelming, especially when you start digging deep into the materials used. Many times, a mattress that’s affordable turns out to be nothing more than a slab of foam with a cover. We’ve chosen the recommended mattresses above after spending many, many hours reading reviews and digging deep into the materials used and the certifications earned by these manufacturers.

In fact, we did so much work on this, we decided to put together a mattress comparison chart. It currently has over 450 mattress on it that you can compare based on price, firmness, certifications, and more.

$1000 can seem like a lot to spend on a mattress, but in reality, you will spend up to one-third of your life in bed. If you have the money, we recommend spending enough to ensure that the time you spend in your bed is actually restful. For a good mattress under $1000 with a 10 year warranty, you’re only paying 4 cents for each night of sleep on the mattress.

Other things to keep in mind is what you plan to use the mattress for. If you are using this mattress for a child’s bed, or in a guest room, we would say that $1000 is too much for a mattress that gets that type of usage. If that is what you need a new mattress in Canada for, there are decent options for much less.

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