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Can someone point me in the right direction for a good 6-8" memory foam mattress at an affordable price? Short queen. I appreciate all input on this one. Like who's currently having a sale.


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When we replaced out bed at home, I made a deal for the exact same mattress for the fiver in queen size. Might look at your local mattress stores to see what you like best.


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I bought the thickest memory foam topper from Walmart and put it over the top of the mattress. It was a little more affordable than a whole new mattress and actually I saved it from my last trailer and plan on using it in the new one. Well worth the money.

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Here is a site you might consider.


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We just bought this one Memory foam short queen The reviews were very good. We have received it and it looks and feels good but we have not slept on it yet. Shipping was only $2.95 and no sales tax. It was on sale when we purchased it $272.00 to our door. Delivery took about 2 weeks. Five days to ship and one week to deliver via UPS.

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Have used it for 3 months now love it. Definitely would buy it again


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You live in Swansea? Try Ocean State Job Lot!! They have them and they seem pretty decent.


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We got a 4" topper and cut it off. Cheaper than an entire mattress.


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I bought a 4 inch topper also and after 5 years of use it's still like new. An electric carving knife makes a nice clean cut with no shredding of the foam. it came with a zip on cover that we tuck under by the headboard since it didn't get cut off with the topper.


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bought mine from overstock.com


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