Bed Boost is an inflatable device that the manufacturers state is the perfect solution for sagging mattresses. They claim it’s fully adjustable, will lift the dents and sags, and contour to your body shape so you will enjoy a more restful sleep.

How Bed Boost Works

Bed Boost is a blue pillow made of rubber; the dimensions are not listed on the website, but we were told by customer service is about the size of a cushion couch. To use Bed Boost, they instruct you to slip it between the bedspring and  mattress and use the included hand pump to inflate to the desired level; they claim you can customize until it’s just right for you.

They tout Bed Boost is strong enough to support 700 lbs and can also be used to raise your head so you don’t snore or under your feet to relive swelling. They add Bed Boost will extend the life of your mattress, won’t leak, and is great for people of all ages and all sleeping positions.

Bed Boost Costs:

$28.98 for one Bed Boost ($19.99 plus $8.99 S&H) but the default is for 2 Bed Boosts, totaling $37.97. This breaks down as $19.99 plus $8.99 S&H for the first one plus an additional $8.99 in fees for the second “free” one. Unless you switch the pulldown menu on the checkout page, you will get 2 Bed Boosts and be billed accordingly.

Bed Boost comes with a 30-day money back guarantee, minus S&H, meaning you will only get your $19.99 back whether you ordered 1 or 2. There is no warranty for the product past the 30 days.

Bottom Line: Is Bed Boost a Good Product?

We do know how much of a drag it is to sleep on a lifeless, saggy mattress so the concept of this product seems to be a good idea that can potentially save you the money and hassle of getting a new one.

We couldn’t find any reviews of Bed Boost, as the product appears to be very new (it’s also a very similar concept to Bed Renu).

But we’d like to point out a couple things before you decide to plunk down the money on Bed Boost. First, if your mattress is double-sided, try flipping it over and see if it gives you some relief. If that doesn’t work and it’s less than 10 years old, your mattress may still be under warranty ­– check the tag and contact them for replacement info.

If it’s older than that or not covered you could simply try folding up a towel or blanket and place it under the sagging area and see if that works for you.

If you do decide to go with Bed Boost, let us and our wonderful readers know your experience below!