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Test a Casper Mattress at West Elm Thanks to a New Partnership

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If you’ve ever considered buying a mattress through Casper’s risk-free delivery program but couldn’t quite muster the courage to purchase it online without bouncing around on it first, you’ll now be able to make a more informed decision thanks to an exclusive partnership between the startup and furniture retailer West Elm.

Starting this month, you can go to any West Elm store and try out Casper’s mattress before ordering it for direct shipping, either through casper.com or westelm.com. The mattress, starting at $500 for a twin size and $950 for a king size, arrives vacuum-packed in a cardboard box. The cost of shipping is free, and if you don’t like it after testing it for 100 days, you can return it (again, for free), for a full refund.

The two-year old startup has been winning accolades left and right for its innovative sleep product and direct-to-consumer shipping. It was named one of TIME magazine’s 25 Best Inventions of 2015. The partnership will benefit both parties by introducing West Elm shoppers to the mattress while also exposing both current and prospective Casper owners to West Elm’s contemporary furniture and home goods designs. A match made in sleep heaven, perhaps?