Save $150 on the Reader’s Digest Editor-Approved Avocado Green Mattress

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Go green and save green with our exclusive Avocado mattress promo code for Reader's Digest readers. Save $150 on an editor-approved organic mattress.

Sponsored by Avocado: This piece was created in partnership with Avocado, an environmentally conscious, ethical, and sustainable brand striving to be the most respected source for organic mattresses, pillows, and bedding at affordable prices.

Save serious cash on this top-rated non-toxic mattress

The organic Avocado Green Mattress made our lists of best mattresses and best non-toxic mattresses. Plus, our Affiliate eCommerce Deputy Editor recently slept on a king-size for several weeks for her Avocado Green mattress review.

Mattresses are an investment. Putting your money and consumer dollars towards a high quality mattress with a low environmental impact is the right move for your sleep health and the earth. Which is why we recommend the Avocado Green mattress, and have an exclusive Avocado mattress promo code to save you some green while going (and sleeping on) green.

All about the Avocado Green Mattress

Each Avocado mattress is handcrafted in Los Angeles using 100 percent certified organic materials—most sourced from their own farms. Unlike conventional mattresses, Avocado mattresses are made with natural materials like wool, cotton, and latex. They’re free of potentially toxic foams, chemical fire retardants, and off-gassing materials, and every Avocado Green mattress is screened against 6,500 known and suspected harmful chemicals. Avocado is on its way to becoming the world’s first zero-waste certified mattress factory and runs on renewable energy.

Instead of foam, Avocado Green mattresses are made with GOLS organic certified latex (which is more cooling and durable than foam), and have a layer of pocketed coils and another of organic wool. Wool is naturally temperature regulating, anti-microbial, and dust mite resistant. These materials are ideal for mattresses, even if you’re not in the market specifically for an organic model. That’s another reason we like Avocado. It’s an extremely high quality and well-designed mattress that’s also a healthier choice.

Our reviewer, Megan Wood, is a side sleeper with occasional back issues. She wrote, “With my last foam mattress, I usually slept on my side with a pillow between my knees for better alignment. It got to be such a habit that I didn’t even realize I was doing it. With the Avocado Green mattress, I ditched the knee pillow.” The interior of the mattress features 3,136 individually pocketed coils made from recycled steel. When combined with 21 layers of organic and natural latex, wool, mohair, silk, flax, and cotton, you’ve got an extremely comfortable and supportive mattress.

In fact, the Avocado Green mattress is endorsed by the American Chiropractic Association. What’s more, Megan sleeps better knowing she and her dog aren’t sleeping on top of petroleum chemicals.

The Avocado Mattress promo code

Avocado Green Mattress in box inside homeMegan Wood/rd.com

Reader’s Digest readers can use the Avocado Mattress promo code CHEERFUL now through December 31 to save $150 on a new mattress. The code excludes crib mattresses and isn’t stackable with other offers.

Where to use the Avocado Mattress promo code

Use the Avocado Mattress promo code when you check out at avocadogreenmattress.com. The site features a live chat function and each mattress comes with a one-year return policy and 25 year extended warranty. Sweet dreams!

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Megan Wood
As Deputy Affiliate eCommerce Editor, Megan Wood helps Reader's Digest readers find the best products to make their lives better, easier, and more joyful. She has 10 years of service journalism and product review experience across a variety of national websites. When she’s not tracking down the best sales and deals, you can probably find her walking her dog.