mattress

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  1. goofyfigment

    goofyfigment DIS Veteran

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    Looking for a new twin mattress. Any suggestions on a good quality reasonably priced one? Thanks
     
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  3. Minnie404

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    We got ours at Menards and I think it was a Sealy. Both kids have loved it and it was reasonably priced. I can't remember how much we paid but I would check them out.
     
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    We had to buy a foundation only a few years ago, and ordered that from Sears. I noticed that the mattresses too were very reasonably priced. I also saw one at Big Lots - I'm thinking it was about $99.
     
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    The one im replacing was a cheapo one so i want one thats a little better but dont want to pay 800 for a twin. If the room was bigger i would just get a queen since sleepys is running a special but it wont fit in the room.
     
  7. 4HppyCamprs

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    My boys both have Serta sleepers for their twin beds. They were 249 (Costco for 199. I think). But I have slept on them many times and my mother sleeps on one of the beds when she visits and they are comfortable :)

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  8. goofyfigment

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    Exactly what im looking for, thanks
     

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