Simba mattress deals, sales & discount codes for May 2023: get the cheapest prices

The best Simba mattress deals is here to help you save money on a new Simba sleep set-up

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Looking for the best Simba deals in 2023? This guide is dedicated to bringing you the cheapest Simba mattress offers, whenever and wherever you decide to shop. Right now on the Simba website, there's up to 55% off mattresses at Simba, saving shoppers serious money on a new bed set-up. 

All four mattresses in the core range are included in the current Simba sale. So that's the fantastic Simba Hybrid Pro, which is our #1 best UK mattress right now, the range-topping Simba Hybrid Luxe, which is pricey but possibly worth it, the multi award-winning Simba Hybrid and the wallet-friendly Simba Hybrid Essential.

Simba has also added another new mattress to its range, and it's even cheaper than the Essential. The Simba Premium Foam is the only non-hybrid in the range (i.e. there's no springs here). If you're shopping in the Simba Amazon store Amazon, there are more budget-friendly foam-only Simba mattresses in the range too.

Best Simba mattress deals 2023

Simba Hybrid Pro: up to 55% off at Simba

Simba Hybrid Pro: up to 55% off at Simba or
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In the middle of Simba's range is the supremely comfy Hybrid Pro. This seven-layer mattress includes up to 5,000 titanium Aerocoil springs, a luxurious natural wool top layer for temperature regulation, and a dreamily soft thick knitted cover. We gave it 5* in our Simba Hybrid Pro review.

Simba Hybrid Essential: up to 55% off at Simba

Simba Hybrid Essential: up to 55% off at Simba or check prices at Amazon
Launched in early 2022, the Hybrid Essential uses many of the same materials you'll find in Simba's pricier offerings, including Aerocoil microsprings and cooling Simbatex foam, but with a pared-back design for a bargain price. See our Simba Hybrid Essential review for more.

Simba Hybrid Original: up to 55% off at Simba

Simba Hybrid Original: up to 55% off at Simba or check prices at Amazon
The original and still a favourite, the Simba Hybrid features five layers. Despite having the lowest RRP of the range, it still delivers delivers a comfortable, supportive and not-too-hot night's sleep, according to our four-star Simba Hybrid Original review

Simba Hybrid Luxe: up to 55% off at Simba

Simba Hybrid Luxe: up to 55% off at Simba
Sitting right at the top of Simba's range is the outstanding Hybrid Luxe. This mega-mattress has 10 layers giving you all the comfort and support you need, and a correspondingly high price tag. You also get a free mattress protector thrown in. Head to our Simba Hybrid Luxe review to find out more. 

Simbatex Foam mattress: up to 55% off at Simba

Simbatex Foam mattress: up to 55% off at Simba
A newer addition to the Simba family, the Simbatex foam mattress is firm, comfortable and supportive. It's a pretty affordable mattress and thanks to this up to 55% off discount, it definitely won't break the bank. We gave it 5 stars in our Simbatex Foam review.

Simba Premium Foam: up to 55% off at Simba

Simba Premium Foam: up to 55% off at Simba or check prices at Amazon
A new addition to the Simba line-up, the Premium Foam is the only one in the range not to have springs. Instead you have two layers of foam – a comfortable, cooling upper layer and zoned foam base for support. A knitted cover sits on top. This is by far the cheapest mattress you can buy at Simba.

While you're upgrading your sleep setup, you should be aware that Simba also makes some excellent accessories, including the Simba Hybrid duvet. If you're not sold on a Simba yet, see what other brands are doing in our roundup of the best cheap mattress deals. 

Nervous about buying a mattress online? You don't need to be – all Simba mattresses come with a 100-night trial. That means you can properly test them from the comfort of your own home. If for any reason you don't absolutely love your mattress in that time, Simba will pick it up and give you a full refund. 

How to choose a Simba mattress

Before you take advantage of your Simba discount code or deal, you'll need to choose which mattress is right for you. There are three models to choose from: the Hybrid, the Hybrid Pro and the Hybrid Luxe (the cheaper Hybrid Essential is no longer available). 

The Original is the cheapest and softest of the range. The Luxe is the priciest and most advanced, and perhaps the firmest (around 8 out of 10 on the firmness scale). The Pro is our favourite – it adds an extra top comfort layer compared to the Original, doubles the number of springs, and has an additional temperature-regulating wool comfort layer. See how the original mattress compares to competitors in our Otty Hybrid vs Simba Hybrid head-to-head.

  • Best-selling: Simba Hybrid Original - 25cm deep, 5 layers, up to 2,500 pocket springs 
  • Our favourite: Simba Hybrid Pro - 28cm deep, 7 layers, up to 5,000 pocket springs
  • Most advanced: Simba Hybrid Luxe – 31cm deep, 10 layers, up to 6,000 springs
  • Budget-friendly option: Simba Hybrid Essential –20cm deep, 4 layers, up to 1,500 springs

Simba Hybrid mattress

The cheapest Simba mattress


Sizes: Small single - emperor
Depth: 25cm
Turn: No
Filling: springs, foam
Trial: 100 nights
Guarantee: 10 years

Reasons to buy

Suits all body sizes and sleeping positions
Good balance of price and comfort

Reasons to avoid

Too soft for some
Our favourite Simba mattress


Sizes: 4: Single - super king
Depth: 28cm
Turn: No
Filling: springs, foam
Trial: 100 nights
Guarantee: 10 years

Reasons to buy

Extremely comfortable and supportive
Good cooling tech
T3 Award Winner 2021

Simba Hybrid Luxe

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For ultimate luxury, try this multi-layer marvel


Sizes: Single, Double, King, Super-King
Depth: 31cm
Turn: No
Filling: springs, foam
Trial: 100 nights
Guarantee: 10 years

Reasons to buy

Supremely comfortable
Great support

Reasons to avoid

Heavy and bulky

How good are Simba mattresses?

Simba Hybrid mattresses combine springs and foam to award-winning effect. Designed to support all body types and sleeping positions, a layer of patented conical pocket springs pivot in their pockets to adapt to your body shape while you sleep, giving you full body support. Meanwhile, Simba's precision-engineered foam moulds to you as the warmth from your body softens it; a 'Simbatex' cooling layer regulates your temperature; and a removable, machine-washable, hypoallergenic ‘breathe in, breathe out’ cover keeps allergies at bay. All this sits on top of a foam foundation that provides seven zones of support.

Both are bed-in-a-box mattresses, which means you buy them online and they’re delivered to your door in a conveniently sized box. Simba describes the range as the most advanced in the world, and the team are so confident you’ll love them, they offer a 100-day no-quibble trial: if you don’t love the mattress, just return it within that period for a refund.

If you're interested in our reviews and how we decided what Simba mattress gets 5 stars, here's how we test at T3.

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What are Simba bedding options like?

As you'll have gathered, Simba makes splendid duvets, pillows, sheets and mattress protectors, too. The Hybrid Duvet features a triple-layered design: a middle layer of 'Aerelle' material is sandwiched between a layer of temperature-regulating 'Stratos' and one of breathable cotton. The Aerelle is the real star: it's 100% recycled, and designed to draw heat away from the body, to keep you at the perfect temperature all night. Sizes range from single to super king.

The plump and tempting Simba pillow is also topped with cooling/warming miracle fabric Outlast. You can even add more of Simba's nano-tube filling if you want a plumper pillow, or remove it if you want it narrower. It's one of the best pillows around.

We'd always recommend throwing a mattress protector into the basket with any mattress purchase. These will guard against dirt and moisture, and keep your mattress fresh and clean for much longer. Simba's protector is made from super-soft, plant-derived Tencel fabric.

The new star of the show is the Orbit weighted blanket, filled with nano-beads to deliver a soothing, even pressure. These are becoming incredibly popular thanks to their ability to de-stress and even alleviate insomnia. Explore alternatives in our best weighted blanket guide. 

Want to transform even the most tired mattress? You could add the Simba mattress topper. Unlike many toppers, this isn't just a padded layer; it's like a mini-mattress in itself. It includes a breathable sleep surface, 2,500 pocket springs, a cooling comfort layer, and a dense base. 

When else can I grab a Simba mattress deal?

Good question. We tend to see decent discounts in the run up to Christmas and we expect to see some very good Simba mattress deals in the January sales in early 2020 too.

There are also sometimes good price cuts in March, which is when retailers often look to clear older stock. And we saw some additional discounts during the summer sales too. In short: there's usually a saving to be made somewhere... 

Simba mattress discount codes & deals you missed

To give you a better picture of the kind of deals you can expect at Simba, and how frequently they crop up, here are some you missed:

Expired Simba deals...

  • Valentine's Day 2023: Up to 55% off everything
  • Christmas 2022: Up to 55% off everything at Simba, during Christmas & New Year's
  • Black Friday 2022: Up to 60% off everything at Simba
  • August Bank Holiday 2022: Up to 55% off everything at Simba, 40% off mattresses & 70% off refurbished Simba products
  • Prime Day 2022: 40% off everything at Simba, up to 45% off the Hybrid and Essential at Amazon for Prime subscribers
  • June 2022: 40% off all models for new customers
  • Late March 2022: 40% off Hybrid and Essential, 35% off Pro, 25% off Luxe (Double Simba Hybrid: £599.50)
  • Early March 2022: 40% off Hybrid and Essential, 30% off Pro, 25% off Luxe (Double Simba Hybrid: £599.40)
  • February 2022: 36% off for new customers, (Double Simba Hybrid: £588.16)
  • Late Jan 2022: 41% orders over £300, new customers only (Double Simba Hybrid: £551.40)
  • Early Jan 2022: 45% off orders over £300
  • Boxing Day sale 2021: 45% off the full Simba range, min spend £300
  • Black Friday / Cyber Monday 2021: 45% off everything at Simba
  • November 2021: 41% off mattresses at Simba, £300 minimum spend
  • October 2021: 40% off mattresses at Simba, orders over £350
  • September 2021: 30% off with T3 code SIMBA30SEPTEMBER
  • Late August 2021: 35% off orders over £300
  • August 2021: 30% off any mattress with SimbaSummer30 discount code
  • July 2021: 35% off any mattress at (orders over £300)
  • July 2021: 30% off any mattress with code SIMBAFUTUREMVC30 at
  • June 2021: 35% off orders over £300 at
  • Amazon Prime Day 2021 (June 21-22): 37% off the Hybrid Pro and Simba Hybrid Original at Amazon for Prime subscribers, as well as 40% off the memory foam only models and Essential Hybrid
  • June 2021: knock 30% off mattresses with code SIMBAFUTURE30
  • May late Bank Hol 2021: 35% off everything when you spend £300 or more
  • April 2021: 30% off orders over £300 at Simba
  • March 2021: 35% off at Amazon or 26% off at Simba
  • February 2021: 30% off at
  • January 2021: 35% orders over £200
  • Simba Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2020: 35% off all mattresses
  • Oct-Nov 2020: 30% off at
  • Prime Day 2020: Simba Hybrid Essential 49% off at Amazon 
Ruth Hamilton

Ruth is a lifestyle journalist specialising in sleep and wellbeing. She has tested more mattresses than her small flat can handle and will talk at length about them to anyone who shows even a passing interest, and has had to implement a one-in-one-out pillow policy for fear of getting smothered in the night. As well as following all the industry trends and advancements in the mattress and bedding world, she regularly speaks to certified experts to delve into the science behind a great night's sleep, and offer you advice to help you get there. She's currently Sleep Editor on Tom's Guide and TechRadar, and prior to that ran the Outdoors and Wellness channels on T3 (now covered by Matt Kollat and Beth Girdler-Maslen respectively).

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