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Argos have slashed the price of the Silentnight Memory foam beds and mattresses + there is an extra 15% off if you use the code HOME15 on the payment screen. 1.5% Quidco

Other end of the scale: Silentnight Oakleigh Memory Single non-storage was £654.99 - NOW £223 (including extra15% discount)
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robroyals#1
Plus 1.5% Quidco
cheese79#2
Oh Yeah, nice one
bellarious#3
Anyon know if the Silentnight Rutherford PT Memory Kingsize Divan - 4 Drw would be worth the xtra £100?
danakajoel#4
Tried to order and can't, my house name is All Saints Lodge, the form online only allows me to enter up to All Saints Lodg , i.e. missing the e and so it keeps rejecting my card. What a load of ****
killabyte#5
Mattress:
Firm feel.
15.25 gauge continuous sprung mattress with 672 springs.
Memory foam layer with micro quilt knit cover.
No roll together.
Mattress depth 26.5cm.
Easy care no turn mattress.

No roll together? No fun!
andym6561#6
I assume the memory foam thickness will be the minimum 5cm unless andybody knows better.
tighterthantight#7
danakajoel
Tried to order and can't, my house name is All Saints Lodge, the form online only allows me to enter up to All Saints Lodg , i.e. missing the e and so it keeps rejecting my card. What a load of ****

Just shorten Lodge to Ldge?
danakajoel#8
Finally got it to work, had to use a different card and different types of address combos but I got there, phew. Thanks OP, been needing a new bed for a while.
bairdyblues#9
Great deal. I ordered the double rather than the king size it came to a tad over 350 smackers.
bairdyblues#10
Oh and I would give rep if I knew how.
migwella#11
Anyone got any experience of one of these?
splatsplatsplat#12
migwella
Anyone got any experience of one of these?


No, but Im hoping its milkshake resistant.
migwella#13
splatsplatsplat
migwella
Anyone got any experience of one of these?


No, but Im hoping its milkshake resistant.


that why you're called splatsplatsplat?
navidnadali#14
migwella
Anyone got any experience of one of these?


I got mine yesterday! SO COMFY, the setup took about 2 minutes, the best bed I have ever had, hands down!
doctorf#15
Beds are a bargain hunters nightmare. The manufacturers often make a bed especially for a retailer so it is impossible to compare like with like. Be very careful because all big bed retailers seem to make up an rrp and then look as though they are giving massive discounts.
doctorf#16
Beds are a bargain hunters nightmare. The manufacturers often make a bed especially for a retailer so it is impossible to compare like with like. Be very careful because all big bed retailers seem to make up an rrp and then look as though they are giving massive discounts.
alasrati#17
doctorf
Beds are a bargain hunters nightmare. The manufacturers often make a bed especially for a retailer so it is impossible to compare like with like. Be very careful because all big bed retailers seem to make up an rrp and then look as though they are giving massive discounts.
Very true. I don't think the beds are really different though: they just have a different label with a different name on to make comparisons difficult. The EU should investigate this. :{
lastofthefraggle#18
Anyone have experience of these over time? have heard bad things about Silentnight not lasting.
philby27#19
This is not as good as its supposed reduction. That RRP is HUGELY inflated. Save 66%? Rubbish. Go to costco and you'll get a similar bed for this price the whole year round. Elsewhere won't be that much more. Usual mediocre Argos deals.
Mrs Pearce#20
lastofthefraggle
Anyone have experience of these over time? have heard bad things about Silentnight not lasting.
Silnetnight memory foam beds are a load of poo. We are on our 2nd in 3years, although they come with a warranty of 5 years this is tiered for 'wear' and so you still have to pay a contribution if anything goes wrong. Both beds were really comfy from the outset, but within 18 months there are huge dips in the mattress and you can feel the spring, I take it that the memory foam is not very thick for this to occur. I shall never buy another silent night bed. Does anyone know if a complete memory foam mattress is better than one with springs and only a coating of foam on the top?

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