Biggest Discount On W Hotel Store Beds

I’ve been sleeping on a W Hotel Bed for years now. When I lived in Florida I had a W Queen Pillowtop Mattress, while I picked up a W King Pillowtop Mattress in Seattle. I reviewed the W Mattress back when I lived in Florida, and on the whole found it to be a great value when factoring in the big promotions they run.

One thing worth noting is that the memory on the pillowtop mattress isn’t especially high quality (or whatever the mattress industry term is for that). Basically it tends to “spring up” pretty quickly. I know that Gary has a plush top mattress, and as a result doesn’t have the same problem. So that’s something that might be worth considering.

Anyway, per Dan’s Deals, the W Hotel Store is offering 60% off everything right now using promotion code W6EM9. This is the biggest discount I’ve ever seen from them, and I don’t know when the promotion will expire.

Per Dan’s Deals, here are the mattress prices factoring in the discount:

Plush Top Mattress:
Twin: normally $849, now $339.60
Full: normally $959, now $383.60
Queen: normally $1,059, now $423.60
Cal King: normally $1,379, now $551.60
King: normally $1,379, now $551.60

Plush Top Mattress & Box Spring:
Twin: normally $1,059, now $423.60
Full: normally $1,269, now $507.60
Queen: normally $1,379, now $551.60
Cal King: normally $1,769, now $707.60
King: normally $1,769, now $707.60

Extreme Signature Mattress:
Queen: normally $2,199, now $879.60
Cal King: normally $2,699, now $1,079.60
King: normally $2,699, now $1,079.60

Extreme Signature Mattress & Box Spring:
Queen: normally $2,699, now $1,079.60
Cal King: normally $3,299, now $1,319.60
King: normally $3,299, now $1,319.60

Tough to beat those prices!

Comments

  1. Hi Lucky,

    Sorry for hijacking the post. Is BA considering AA domestic F as F now? I remember they used to consider it J?

  2. @ Tao — As long as I can remember they’ve priced American domestic first class at 3x the price of economy, unfortunately.

  3. I love your work, Ben, but if you walk into any quality mattress store, they’ll happily show you which mattresses the hotel brands market as their own…and they’re often significantly cheaper. It never makes any sense to buy a mattress from the hotel. Ever.

  4. Chris, that statement is not true. Yes, they are made by the big mattress companies but $1,000 for a top line Westin would set you back $1500-$2k. And yes, I’ve done the research.

    Be careful EVER using the word EVER b

  5. I’ve never understood why the W hotels store doesn’t sell their bath products. I’d love to get some of that stuff with these 40-60% codes as they pop up!

  6. @Chris S. I disagree. Buying at list price with no discount code wouldn’t be a good deal, but 60% off is just as good or better than buying the “same” mattress from a mattress store in most situations. I’d be careful using such definitive statements.

  7. Ben: Please DO NOT tell us how you know this! 🙂

    “I know that Gary has a plush top mattress,”

  8. @ Lark — ROFLMAO! He posted it this morning, for anyone else that may not be clued in. Just so no further suspicious is aroused! 😀

  9. @ Chris S. — Generally I agree with you, but I actually did do mattress shopping both times that I got my W mattresses and feel I came out ahead, similar to Chuck and Ryan above. At normal price I’d agree, but the sales do actually make them VERY competitive. Where else do you get a really good king size mattress for ~$500?

  10. @ mangoceviche — Supposedly the Starwood American Express earns double Starpoints for purchases made the at the W Hotel Store, though can’t personally vouch for that.

  11. Bought one in 2008 threw it away in 2013. Waste of money for they sink easily. Not recommended but if you do don’t get the plush.

    Mattress topper is great though!

  12. Any online reviews or personal experiences for the Extreme Signature Mattress? Seems not to be much available on this product.

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