Make sure you can have a chance to try the mattress out, which the store should let you do for 30, 60 or 90 days. Give it a little while for a fair test, but if ultimately you are not comfortable, take it back.
For the long haul, aim for a 10-year warranty which is about as long as you should expect to keep your mattress. Check the proration, which is the percentage of the original purchase price the manufacturer will refund if the mattress is defective, usually based on the number of years of use. Don’t remove the manufacturer’s tag, or soil the mattress, both of which will void the warranty.
If you are worried about coverage for a sagging mattress, don’t assume it will be included. Check the policy to see whether some sagging is “allowed” before you are entitled to a replacement.
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