Sleepy's Mattress Complaints


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Isolation coil with surround support, bad back, and soft pillowtopOne of the largest retailers in America has a terrible reputation in the market. Sleepy's, which also owns and operates 1800mattress and mattress.com, has a track record of consumer complaints over many years.

The following links are live feedback sites you may want to see.

These are not our words, they're the words of law enforcement, consumer advocacy groups, and shoppers. While we are not certifying the accuracy or truthfulness of any posts, we're struck by the large volume and consistent patterns to the complaints. Before you buy from a mattress chain store, reading these posts could save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars, and countless sleepless nights.


Sleepy's BBB Complaints
Sleepy's Complaints at
Consumer Advocates
Sleepy's New York Suit
Sleepy's Complaints at
New York State Attorney General Office
Sleepy's New Jersey Suit
Sleepy's Complaints at
New Jersey State Attorney General Office
Sleepy's Connecticut Suit
Sleepy's Complaints at
Connecticut State Attorney General Office
Consumer
Reports

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Sleepy's Ranked Last by
Consumer Reports
Sleepy's Complaints
Sleepy's Complaints at
ConsumerAffairs.com
Sleepy's Ripoff Report
Sleepy's Complaints at
RipoffReport.com
Sleepy's Pissed Consumer
Sleepy's Complaints at
PissedConsumer.com
Sleepy's Complaints Board
Sleepy's Complaints at
ComplaintsBoard.com
* The charges were eventually dropped, prompting a local journalist to comment, "This was the first time in my 40 years at The Courant that an investigation by the Attorney General was withheld from the public." The column never appeared in the Courant, and the journalist was fired for writing it, raising questions for some whether Sleepy's (one of the paper's biggest advertisers, and one of the state's largest businesses) influenced the investigation and the reporting.