We gave the Simba mattress 5 stars — here's how you can get one with 55% off

You'll save on pillows and more, too

Simba mattress deal: Simba bed linen in bedroom
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If you've been eyeing up a Simba mattress for longer than you can remember, then you're in for a nice surprise. How does 55% off their best-selling sleep products sound? Dreamy, right? Well, you can now get a Simba mattress starting from just £399, a new comfortable Simba pillow for £81.75, and Simba mattress toppers start from less than £150.

Now is the time to invest in one of the best mattresses on the market, and this way you'll sleep better ahead of Christmas and into the new year. Why Simba? Take it from us as we've tried and tested their top products, and honestly: you'll be buying into a quality brand with great eco-credentials. From the NASA-inspired temperature-regulating technology to the layers for ultimate cosy comfort, you're guaranteed a great night's sleep, for less. Otherwise, you'll get your money back. Yes: they offer free delivery and returns, a one-year free trial and a ten-year promise.

So whether you haven't quite got the budget to buy one full price or if you've only just decided that it might be the right mattress for you, now's the perfect time to take that leap (into a new bed). What are you waiting for? 

Live Simba mattress discounts

Simba | 55% off at checkout (opens in new tab)

Simba | 55% off at checkout
(opens in new tab)Need to upgrade your mattress? Simba is on it! Save up to 55% off sitewide including 50% off accessories with mattress purchases, plus more off bed bases, automatically applied at checkout. 

Simba| Save 48% on bedding bundles (opens in new tab)

Simba| Save 48% on bedding bundles (opens in new tab)
Need to upgrade all of your bedding? Thanks to this offer, you'll get your mattress of choice, plus two pillows, a duvet, and a mattress protector all at a bundle price. If you need a bed, choose the Simba Ultimate Bundle and get a stylish new bed frame too.

What Real Homes recommends from Simba

In a nutshell, Simba mattresses (opens in new tab) are among the very best mattresses you can buy, which is why we rated the Simba Hybrid and the Simba Hybrid Pro five out of five stars. Yep, we've been fortunate enough to review both mattresses, amongst other bedding products and we are pretty confident that you'll be super happy with whichever you choose. 

Here's what we've reviewed from Simba so far:

Linda Clayton head shot
Linda Clayton

Linda rated the Simba mattress a total of five stars in her review. "The Simba is noticeably, and pleasantly, more responsive than all-foam mattresses. The others tend to feel really very firm when you first lie-down, but you slowly, almost imperceptibly, settle into the mattress until you realise that you haven’t accidentally fallen asleep on the floor after all. Not so with the Simba Hybrid, and this is where it scores highly, and why it is so popular with the masses" says Linda.

The Simba Hybrid Mattress has a total of five layers which includes foam and a patented titanium Aerocoil® spring-comfort layer, which are all there to offer you a cool and comfortable night's sleep.

Jennifer Oksien author image
Jennifer Oksien

Jen has reviewed everything from mattresses to vacuums, plus she tracks all of the mattress deals so that you can score the best buy for less. She awarded five stars to her Simba Hybrid Pro mattress in her review, too. "Comfortable, supportive and rather luxurious, I highly recommend this mattress if you want to keep cool and sleep through the night – without too much interruption from the other side of the bed." says Jen.

The Hybrid Pro, on the other hand, has been built to include seven layers to offer unbeatable temperature regulation, thanks to the luxurious natural wool top layer, and ultimate comfort with up to 5,000 titanium Aerocoil® springs packed in. 

Lucy Searle
Lucy Searle

Lucy has written about interiors, properties and home products for over 30 years. In her Simba mattress topper review, she rates it 4.5 stars after eagerly seeing how it stood up against the best-selling mattress: 

'It can transform an old mattress so that it feels like a Simba mattress. The combination of foam and springs gives you plenty of support – more than you get from the usual memory foam mattress topper and much, much more than you could ever hope to get from a feather or down topper. It really suits me, since I tend to sleep on my side and need plenty of support around my waist area and a forgiving surface at hip and shoulder level. Other side sleepers would appreciate its 'hugging' qualities, I'm sure.' 

Laura Crombie
Laura Crombie

Laura's little guinea pig (her three-year-old toddler Sophie) put the Simba Hybrid Kids Mattress to the test. Their verdict? "Awarded 4.5 stars, if you want a high-quality mattress that will help your kids to sleep more soundly, then the Simba Hybrid Kids Mattress is a great buy. Yes, it's more expensive than other kids' mattresses, but for wake-free sleeping, we think it's more than worth it."

Lindsey Davis
Lindsey Davis

Lindsey has tested all of the Simba bedding products. That's right, she's done a full Simba bedding review: "Simba bedding is not just supremely comfortable, but a must for the eco-conscious side or back sleeper. You will pay a little more than you would for some other mattress-in-a-box brands, but we are yet to have bad sleep because of a Simba product."

Included in this bedding bundle, she also deep dove into a Simba Orbit weighted blanket review. For the solo sleepers all about self-care, Lindsey loves Simba's weighted blanket and finds it a winner for beating stress and helping you sleep better. "Get ready for the deepest night's sleep you have had for a while. It is at the pricier end of the weighted blanket market, but worth the money for ease of cleaning. And, who can put a price on wellness?"

More about Simba mattresses

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Simba mattress specs

An excellent all-rounder mattress no matter which way you sleep


Filling: Open cell foam/micro pocket springs
Sizes: Small single to emperor (including EU sizes)
Depth: 25cm
Comfort grade: Medium
RRP: £649–£1,109
Warranty: 10 years
Trial: 100 nights

Reasons to buy

A cool night’s sleep
More bounce

Reasons to avoid

Only the top cover, not sides, can be machine-washed
Not suitable for anyone above 18 stone (114kg)

Simba sells three different types of mattress under its Simba Hybrid (opens in new tab) range, with three depths – the Hybrid, 25cm deep with 2,500 springs, the Pro, 28cm deep with 5,000 springs, and the Luxe, 31cm deep with 6,000 springs – as well as the Simba Comfort mattress. Below are the best Simba mattress deals on the web today. 

More Simba mattress deals and offers

41% off mattresses for NHS and private healthcare workers (opens in new tab)

41% off mattresses for NHS and private healthcare workers (opens in new tab)
In order to claim this discount, you'll need to access Health Service Discounts (opens in new tab) and register your details to discover the discount code. Then, you can click through to Simba here, add what you want to your new hybrid mattress to the basket. 

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Get a £100 Simba voucher when you refer a friend (opens in new tab)
Not only will your friend get two free pillows with their first Hybrid mattress, but thanks to this Simba mattress deal, you’ll get a £100 Simba gift card, too for any additional purchases you want to make.

200-night trial (opens in new tab)

200-night trial (opens in new tab)
Not sure whether buying a mattress online is the right method for you? Simba offers a 200-night free trial, where you purchase a mattress, sleep on it, and if you're not keen, you can send it back and receive a full refund. That's even better than testing a mattress out in-store...

Free standard delivery on all orders at Simba (opens in new tab)

Free standard delivery on all orders at Simba (opens in new tab)
According to Simba's ongoing Covid-19 policies, they are delivering as usual, with zero-contact delivery as standard. So once you’ve bagged that Simba mattress deal it can be safely delivered to your door completely for free. You can thank us later!

10 year guarantee (opens in new tab)

10 year guarantee (opens in new tab)
Every Simba mattress comes with a 10-year guarantee to give customers peace of mind that the mattress is built to last. So if there are any problems (we can't imagine there will be) you're covered for an entire decade. Amazing.

0% finance options for up to 12 months (opens in new tab)

0% finance options for up to 12 months (opens in new tab)
Want a Simba mattress but can't afford to pay for one upfront? It's understandable, especially if you need a kingsize for a whooping £749. Finance company DivideBuy offers Simba customers free credit on orders over £400, meaning you can pay for your mattress over three, six, nine or 12 months. You'll still get the 200-night trial, and any discounts currently valid on the Simba website.

Simba mattress accessory picks 

Not just in the market for a mattress? Luckily for you, Simba sells a range of accessories including a mattress topper, protector, a duvet, two pillows, bed linen and much more. Their mattress toppers come out on top as some of our best and let's not forget one of our favourite pillows which many of the Real Homes team can no longer sleep without. 

Simba Orbit Weighted Blanket | 50% off (opens in new tab)

Simba Orbit Weighted Blanket | 50% off (opens in new tab)
A good weighted blanket (opens in new tab) will help you sleep if you struggle to drift off. This one uses the comforting weight of nano-beads to help guide away restlessness. For a better, deeper sleep all round. It's also available in different weights - 6.8kg and 9kg - so you can choose which is right for you. It currently has half off! 

The Hybrid Topper | Save 35% off (opens in new tab)

The Hybrid Topper | Save 35% off (opens in new tab)
An ideal solution for those who are fed up with an uncomfortable mattress but don’t want to buy a new one, a great mattress topper (opens in new tab)can transform any mattress. It can also be rolled up and stored with ease, so you can take it anywhere with you. It's currently on offer with 35 percent off. 

Simba Hybrid Duvet | Save 35% with a mattress (opens in new tab)

Simba Hybrid Duvet | Save 35% with a mattress (opens in new tab)
This is the Real Homes pick of the best duvet (opens in new tab), so we reckon you should snap this up if you can. Made from space-inspired fabric technology which is designed to take the heat, the Simba Duvet is made for all seasons. It features three different layers inside, and it’s vegan-friendly.

Simba mattress protector| Save 35% with a mattress (opens in new tab)

Simba mattress protector| Save 35% with a mattress (opens in new tab)
Keep your new mattress guarded against any spills and stains, with Simba's matching mattress protector. It'll help to prolong the life of your mattress too, so you can save money in the long run. That being said you can get a discount now too, with 35 percent off at checkout. 

Simba Hybrid Pillow | 25% off (opens in new tab)

Simba Hybrid Pillow |25% off (opens in new tab)
There’s a reason the Simba Hybrid Pillow is our favourite pillow (opens in new tab). It’s temperature regulating, made with the same space-inspired technology as the duvet, and you can adjust its height to suit you personally. There’s also a memory foam pillow (opens in new tab) for £60, if that’s more up your street. 

Louise Oliphant
Ecommerce Editor

Louise is the Ecommerce Editor at Real Homes, specialising in sleep content so you can wind-down well. With prior PR experience working for a luxury bedding brand, Louise knows the importance of getting a great night’s sleep. Joining the other side of the desk as a full-time journo, Louise brings her bedding expertise to writing sleep buying guides, reviews, and news for Real Homes. Aside from helping readers get essential shut eye, Louise also writes shopping content for homeware items that’ll add a decorative edge to your space. With an eye for design that won’t snooze on style, but a budget that won’t quite stretch, Louise loves nothing more than a modern designer dupe. From coloured glassware to contemporary storage, anything to upgrade the bare space of her rented East London flat.