You can save up to $800 site-wide across Koala's mattress and furniture range right now

Crush the January slump in comfort with an upgrade to your sleeping, lounging or WFH set-up

Koala Sofa Bed
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If you’ve been having a tough job of getting to sleep, a new mattress could well be the solution. The sleep specialists over at Koala are offering savings of up to AU$800 across mattresses and furniture on Koala’s online store. (opens in new tab) 

With the discount code SPENDANDSAVE you can take advantage of some pretty hefty discounts, all scaled to the amount you spend with Koala. Starting with AU$150 off the cart if you spend AU$1,000, rolling all the way through to a whopping AU$800 off the asking price if your cart gets up to AU$4,000. If you’ve been looking for an excuse to upgrade your home with award winning products, this is it. This sale runs until 11:59pm AEDT January 30.

While AU$4,000 is a whole lot to spend on a mattress, Koala has a huge range of other furniture options to fill your cart. There is the award winning Cushy Sofa Bed (opens in new tab) to give you the ability to transform any room into a guest room, or any guest room into an office. A wide range of desks (opens in new tab) to give a touch of class to your workspace. Even award-winning bookshelves (opens in new tab) to keep everything stored in style.

To sweeten the deal, if you live in a metropolitan area you could have your new mattress delivered to your door within four hours of purchase – all thanks to Koala's speedy four-hour free delivery system. All of this, combined with a risk-free trial period where any product can be returned if you’re dissatisfied within 120 nights, means you’ve got nothing to lose and everything to gain.

Rian Howlett is one of T3's entertainment and culture reporters. An expert in tech, gaming and lifestyle coverage, Rian’s work has featured in Kotaku, Man of Many, and Happy Mag. He completed a Bachelor of Arts at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in 2015 and was instrumental in building and working with Avenoir, a grassroots youth magazine for Perth locals.