In recent years, it has been reported that the working American will spend on average of $1,100 per year on Coffee. If you break that down, it equates to roughly $3/day to get your coffee fix. When you compare it to some of the other important purchases in your life, such as your mattress, you will be shocked to see how much more you are spending on coffee per day than you are for your mattress per day.

Spring Air is here to shed some light on the numbers and make you feel better about purchasing a new mattress. While we think a goodnight’s sleep if priceless, putting a number on how little it actually costs per night to get the new mattress you’ve been holding off on is astounding. Here are the numbers broken down for your next “sleep investment”:

When you spend $1,000 on a new mattress and own it for the average lifespan of a mattress – which is 7 years- the cost is $.39/day vs. $3/day for coffee .

When you spend $3,000 on a new mattress and own it for the average lifespan of a mattress -which is 7 years- the cost $1.17/day vs. $3/day for coffee.

When you spend $5,000 on a new mattress and own it for the average lifespan of a mattress -which is 7 years- the cost is $1.96/day vs. $3/day for coffee.

Even if you purchase a high-end luxury bed for $5000, the cost per day is roughly 35% CHEAPER than the amount you are spend on coffee per day. The numbers don’t lie!

Contact your local dealer to start looking for your next best “sleep investment”!