Skipping the mattress showroom and having a bed delivered straight to your door is appealing, but how do you know which mattress is right for you? We compared 3 of the biggest bed-in-a-box brands to help you find the perfect fit.

1) Leesa

Price: $525 to $1070; $790 for a full-sized mattress; frequent promotions

Trial Period: 100 nights

Firmness: 6 out of 10

Leesa is a hybrid foam mattress that combines cooling Avena foam with memory foam. The bottom layer offers 6 inches of support foam that acts as a strong foundation. The bed comes is slightly firmer than Nectar, but softer than Tuft & Needle. Leesa also gives back by donating one mattress to homeless shelters and others in need for every 10 sold.

Leesa Mattress available from Amazon

2) Tuft & Needle

Price: $400-$900; $600 for a full-sized mattress

Trial Period: 100 nights

Firmness: 7 out of 10

If you love a firm mattress, Tuft & Needle might be the brand for you. The mattress is made of two layers. The top layer is 3-inch polyfoam, and the bottom 7 inches are support foam. It’s a buoyant mattress that you won’t sink into.

Tuft & Needle Mattress, Twin to California King available from Amazon

3) Nectar

Price: $500 to $900; $700 for a full-sized mattress; frequent promotions.

Trial Period: Nectar has the longest trial period by far at 365 nights.

Firmness: 5 out of 10

Nectar is an 11-inch all foam mattress with four separate foam layers. The top layer is 1-inch gel memory foam that’s quilted into the cover, and pulls heat away from the sleeper. The second layer is 3 inches of memory foam. The third layer is 1.75 inches of slightly denser memory foam, while the bottom 5.25-inch layer is a high-density support foam. Nectar’s attractive mattress cover is also designed to be fully unzipped and spot cleaned, and the company will replace the cover free of charge. This mattress is a great choice for those who prefer a softer surface for sleeping.

Order a Nectar mattress for your home.