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LwnmwnMan2

Another sleep number question.....

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LwnmwnMan2

I was wondering if anyone's ever returned their sleep number bed??

It says 30 day guarantee, but you have to pay to ship back to get your money back.

Supposedly it's 50 lbs to return, so I realize I could get a zip and check with UPS, but just thought I'd ask here if anyone's ever returned one???

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BAIT956

Never had one to return, but I have always wondered, what is the sleep # of a hardwood floor?

Sorry if I hijacked your post LMMN2, but I couldn't resist.

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sparkyaber

If I remember correctly their warehouse is right here in the metro, so you just can drop it off. If they give you any grief, lean on them a little bit, and they will give in. Just what I have heard.

Good Luck.

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wannaeye

I returned a sleep number bed in Sept. 2006. It was the worst thing I ever slept on, but I must say they have a great return policy.

They have a warehouse in St. Louis Park (I belive) just off Hwy. 100. I brought it back in the original boxes all packed neatly and correctly. The attendants rifled through it in about 3 minutes and I got a reciept for the return. It was credited to my account about a week later. I was very happy with the way it turned out.

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fishinJohn

Temperpedics are nice. 2K but no sore back and if one person moves the other does not.

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LwnmwnMan2

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Temperpedics are nice. 2K but no sore back and if one person moves the other does not.


Wife has a Temp. pillow. I cannot STAND the thing. There's no way I can see myself on a matress of that stuff.

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Whoaru99

Comfy, yes. But, too hot for me.

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Borch

Never returned it. It's been the best bed we've ever slept on.

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LwnmwnMan2

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Comfy, yes. But, too hot for me.


How old is yours?? In their advertising now, they state they have new materials to regulate body temperature???

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Whoaru99

I don't own one. But, I stayed for several days in a hotel where they had that style of bed.

Can't say for sure if it was Tempurpedic brand, but it was the "memory foam" style.

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