Why get a Mattress in a Box | Gotta Sleep

by Jesse Tutt January 16, 2019 2 min read

Mattress in a Box

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Why get a mattress in a box?  If you want to reduce motion transfer or are just looking for a quality memory foam mattress, a Bed in a box or BedInABox mattress is great for almost everyone. Whether you are a side sleeper, stomach sleeper or back sleeper, a bed in a box mattresses will help you sleep.


Our memory foam mattresses support your back better than most.  We use supportive premium high-density bio-foam which offers great pressure relief. 


Want a mattress with zero off-gassings?  We use bio-foam which is made with plant-based oils.  


Compressing a mattress in half and rolling it allows it to fit into tight spaces. They fit anywhere. Shipping is also a fraction of the cost which provides savings to the customer.

Pressure Relief

Most people buy a bed in a box to provide pressure relief. Bed in a box mattresses provide great relief from pressure points and joint pain. They also offer back and spinal support.

Motion Transfer

Ever wake up when your loved one or pet moves? Motion transfer prevents people from sleeping. The OMG mattress has memory foam and high-density foam which prevents motion transfer.

Trial Periods and Warranty

Because a mattress comes in a box doesn't mean it won't offer the same benefits as spring or foam mattress. The OMG includes a 101 Night Trial and 10 Year Warranty.

Body Types

If you are carrying a little extra weight, you may have concerns about how a bed in a box mattress will support you. The good news is that memory foam mattresses are firm to the edge making them a great option for most bodies. Due to their temperature modulating materials, and their ability to support.

If you weigh less than 250 lbs you’re a great candidate for Gotta Sleep OMG foam beds. Even if you like your mattress firm or are looking for a mattress for all body types. We have a trial period to ensure you like it.

If you weigh more than 250 lbs, a coil or specialty foam mattress may be a better fit. They support and distribute weight.

Heavier individuals will be more comfortable on a mattress that’s at least 8 inches thick. Having many layers of foam generally makes for more support and better sleep. See more about thickness here.

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If you are looking for great sleep, check out our medium-firm, foam bed in a box mattress.

Jesse Tutt
Jesse Tutt

Jesse is an accomplished IT leader (18 years), international speaker, and entrepreneur (4 years). He developed the software which runs the Mattress Mattress group of companies, founded one of the largest virtual tour providers in Alberta, and is the CEO of Gotta Sleep, maker of Canada's Best Mattresses. He has been featured on Global TV, Shaw TV, Breakfast TV, the Edmonton Journal, Fortune, Red Deer Advocate, Metro Magazine, St. Albert Gazette, Maclean's Magazine, and NAIT Techlife Magazine and has broad expertise in analytics (Tableau), machine learning, robotic process automation, data warehousing, IT measurement, IT showback, strategic planning, financial management, project management, and process improvement. He is happily married, has a beautiful baby girl, and is the proud owner of a Lagotto Romagnolo named Otto.

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