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45% off mattresses at Brook + Wilde
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45% off mattresses at Brook + Wilde

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Posted 27th May

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As the title says. A slightly more premium mattress in a box from Brook and Wilde. Possible 16.5% cashback from Quidco. Well reviewed. Tested and working.
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Always discounts. Good mattresses though
I posted a deal from these over a month ago and moderators blocked it saying the site don't have enough reviews. They block more than they let me list
There’s also an AMEX offer that this can be combined with - 15% off if you spend £650+
Therefore in theory you could get a £1200 mattress for in the region of £470 with Quidco / Amex / discount code
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Won't Quidco block the cashback if you stack it with a code on the site?
They also have a free 10"ipad give away if you spend £849
TelicVet28/05/2020 00:29

Won't Quidco block the cashback if you stack it with a code on the site?


No, you just have the cashback on the lesser amount
TelicVet28/05/2020 00:29

Won't Quidco block the cashback if you stack it with a code on the site?


Using any voucher codes outside of Quidco will decline cashback I'm afraid! If we have a code onsite from the retailer, this will not decline the cashback you would have tracking on the account -Joseph (joseph@quidco.com)
That's what I thought, I ordered this mattress a few weeks ago with a blue light code, and saw that line.
What's so premium about these mattresses?
I got their elite mattress using a 35% off code through topcashback - got it in January and the cashback payable a couple of weeks ago. Remember the return policy is 100 days so to allow for that the cashback takes a while.

Thoroughly recommend the mattress!
Edited by: "deanwall" 28th May
Does anyone know the best place to get an impartial review of mattresses? Deciding between this, a Simba Hybrid Pro and a John Ryan, all doubles but have NO idea which to go for and all online review sites seem to be ads rather than impartial.
DizzyN28/05/2020 21:10

Does anyone know the best place to get an impartial review of mattresses? …Does anyone know the best place to get an impartial review of mattresses? Deciding between this, a Simba Hybrid Pro and a John Ryan, all doubles but have NO idea which to go for and all online review sites seem to be ads rather than impartial.


Mattresses are a personal thing, some like one brand above the others and they all use different combinations of layers and thicknesses. Depends how you sleep and the firmness of the mattress you prefer. Most offer a trial period which helps
jplewis7628/05/2020 23:08

Mattresses are a personal thing, some like one brand above the others and …Mattresses are a personal thing, some like one brand above the others and they all use different combinations of layers and thicknesses. Depends how you sleep and the firmness of the mattress you prefer. Most offer a trial period which helps


Thanks. I guess the issue is that currently there are a lot of offers floating around whilst not being able to visit anywhere to test them. taking advantage of one but not liking it may mean I miss out on another. Will likely go for this or the John Ryan, mainly as I’ve always read the pros of pocket sprung mattresses above others - I think anyway! A bit wary at just how many advertisement reviews there are out there though!
Thanks again.
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