Raymour And Flanigan Complaint - Sealy Mattresses From Raymour And Flanigan Are Terrible!
LIVERPOOL, NEW YORK -- I purchased a full size pillow-top Sealy mattress from Raymour and Flanigan in 2004 that developed an impression of 3+ inches (making it uncomfortable to sleep on) within a year of using it. Raymour and Flanigan replaced the mattress with another one exactly like it due to "manufacture defect". The second mattress also developed an impression of 2.5 to 3 inches deep in less than a year. After calling in to notify Raymour and Flanigan that the second mattress had also failed, they gave me store credit based on the purchase price of bad mattress that I could use to purchase a different one. I ended up using the store credit towards a Sealy plush queen sized mattress. The same thing happened again with the plush queen mattress. It developed a very deep impression of about 3 inches were I slept on it within a year. As one might imagine I got annoyed at haveing my mattress fail every year. Raymour and Flanigan told me to "rotate" the mattress. This was BS since the impression was the same down the middle of the mattress rotated one way as it was the other. They replaced the mattress yet again with another one just like it that also failed and formed a deep impression in well under a year. After the second queen mattress had failed Ramour and Flanigan gave me store credit based on the price of my queen mattress to come in and select a different one.
When I came in the store to make this reselection the salesman was pushy and lied to me about what mattresses were available. He tried to talk me into getting onto a payment plan for a $2000.00+ mattress when my store credit was for $600.00 based on the queen mattress I bought just two years before. And get this; all there mattress prices had gone up. That meant that if I wanted to purchase a mattress the same as the one that failed, I would have to spend an additional $150.00-$200.00 on top of my store credit from the old mattress. I was very pee'd and ended up using my store credit to buy the cheapest Sealy queen mattress that I could find ( no thanks to the lying salesman).
At present 2009 the cheap mattress that I bought is forming a good impression. It hasn't even been 6 months since I bought it! All I really want at this point is to return the mattress to Raymour and Flanigan for a full refund ( which they don't do). I'll buy a $40.00 air mattress from Dick's sporting goods and sleep on it. At least it will never form an uncomfortable impression. If it's too soft I'll add air. If it's too firm I'll take air away. If anything happens to it I'm only out 40 bucks!