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Corsicana is a bedding company founded in 1971 in Corsicana, TX. Originally, Corsicana was a manufacturer of furniture as well as bedding, but over recent years focuses exclusively on bedding. With over 9 manufacturing locations in the US, Corsicana provides a strictly made-in-USA legacy. In terms of matress materials, Corsicana provides a selection of hybrid, innerspring, and memory foam mattresses that are sold predominantly in mattress retailers across the US and fit into the lower-end price tier. So, if you are looking for a traditional mattress for a low price-point, these mattresses may suit what you are looking for.

Mattress Score

Overall Score: 8.1/10

Customer Satisfaction: 8.2/10

Price Value: 8.7/10

No Back Pain: 8.2/10

Price: $395-$800

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On the whole a better than average mattress maker

I work in the mattress field and I'm very much acquainted with many makes and models of Corsicana Bedding Mattresses. I've owned one myself and it was what I'd deem as a 'mid-level' mattress and -for the price- it was a great value. It was quite comfortable for 7 or 8 years. That's pretty reasonable. In comparison to an 'S-Brand' model I owned at one time, dollar-for-dollar, it was a a lot better of a deal. They -are- (as someone else said) a very large manufacturer and they produce hundreds of different models every year; ranging from low-priced economy models, to mid-level models and even a decent selection of luxury-type models. They're bigger than most realize so they -are- able to sell the same product as the 'big name' guy who you -think- is bigger; and, do so at a lower price.

Stay away

I purchased a Corsicana 'Ashby' eurotop mattress in 2012. It was completely breaking down within 2 weeks of purchase. So much so that I thought they had sold me a used or re-built bed. I tried to send it back. The store refused to do anything and I was stuck with the bed. This is the cheapest, most horrible bed I have ever slept on. Stay away from Corsicana!

Cardboard?

Bought 14 sets for a small inn. Worst mattresses I have ever purchased. The box springs are cheap cardboard / plywood. They squeek and the wood snaps - we had to re-inforce them ourselves and rip out the cardboard. Within a few months the mattresses 'sank'. Anytime anyone sits on the bed they slid right off! Had so many complaints we have had to replace every single one of them. Never again!! Reading the reviews people say we should blame the salesman ... In my opinion no company should make such a bad product.

Sinks forever

Bought a Corsicana memory foam bed in spring 2013 'on clearance' for about $450, and for the past several months (close to a year now, actually) I've dealt with sleeping more or less on the freaking boxspring. There IS no mattress anymore. It just sinks all the way in. And yes, I've rotated it every 3-6 months as recommended... which has resulted in it becoming an evenly distributed, useless pile of mush that is destroying my goddam spinal cord and making me chronically fatigued and unfocused from lack of proper rest.

If I could give it negative stars...

If I could give negative stars I would. I bought a Corsicana Euro top mattress in July 2013. I thought it was the best mattress ever. The first 6 months to a year were great. For the past year it has felt lumpy and when you get on the bed you sink all the way to the springs. You can even hear the springs. There's indents in one side and it seems like you can just slide right off. My fiance and I fight all night because we toss and turn. We sink into the middle and just plain uncomfortable. Our backs hurt as well. As for the box spring.. OMG!!! They made it with card board so I had to cut off all the fabric to remove the card board. Otherwise it would have squeeked from the slightest movement. I hate hate hate it.

Love it

Owned this bed for a couple years now. Love it and probably the best mattress I've had. Honestly still don't know what model it is. Acquired it from a buddy who owns a large furniture store at a nice discount. Wish I could figure out which one but I can't find results from searching the model Number.

Bad warranty

Bought a mattress in 2011 from a local store. Within a few months, sagging. Went back in 2012 and got a new mattress and box spring. Within a few months, sagging. Location wouldn't replace again, said to call Corsicana Bedding. Did so. After several back and forth phone calls the location said they would only replace with a floor model with no warranty. Was told by Corsicana Bedding to turn in warranty packet so they could give me a mattress with warranty. Emailed three times. Called numerous times and left messages to verify. Emailed to verify. Nothing. After chronic hip, back, neck, and shoulder pain, contacted Corsicana Bedding in Sept. 2015 telling them the situation. New person in Warranty (Reagan) informs me it was closed due to inactivity on my end. I call bull*beep* on that one not my fault they don't get their messages (Which was proven during this conversation when she accused me of never leaving her messages and I tell her I leave them with the receptionist who never gives them to her) or return e-mails. I'm told there is nothing they can do even though they dropped the communication ball, and the store I bought from will no longer honor their replacement offer due to them telling me to hold off. So store keeps my $700, Corsicana Bedding keeps their beds, and I'm out my money, i'm out any kind of bed I can sleep on without pain, and they don't give a damn they just lie, lie, lie. They will intentionally not respond to your e-mails or phone calls claiming you aren't contacting them, then will shut you down with 'inactivity' marked on the file. You try to explain yourself and Reagan gets so defensive she cuts you off when speaking sounding like a defensive mule 'NO NO NO THIS IS WHAT YOU SAID' even if it isn't.

Should have read BBB complaints

I wish I had read all of the reviews and the BBB complaints before purchasing a Corsicana Bedding mattress. I bought the Estates Plush king mattress in December last year and by mid-January it was sagging terribly, with large indentions where we sleep and a large hump running the length of the middle of the bed.

Not like demo unit

I recently bought a queen size Rufino pillow-top mattress. The demo unit was really comfortable at the store but after about 6 weeks mine is really starting to annoy me. I can feel a large depression forming where I sleep and I'm waking up with more and more back pain. I am 6'1 220lbs so I wear out mattresses quickly but I've never seen one wear out this quick. It might be OK for really light people, who knows? It's also really light so it slides around on the box spring way too much. I've never had a mattress that needed daily adjustments and I'm guessing the light weight has something to do with the cheap build quality. It was inexpensive so I guess I got what I paid for. I'll chalk this up as a loss and look for something better, maybe a memory foam mattress.

Happy though body impressions

TI sleep on a Corsicana bedding mattress, I love it. (Had it for over a year and a half) It's a Texas made inexpensive mattress producer. They sell & and produce mattresses cheaper than almost anyone else in the mattress world.

Now don't get me wrong. There are body impressions my side of the bed... But I knew before buying the mattress that would happen. But for the price you CANNOT beat it.

Surprised with the neg reviews

so many negative reviews blows my mind! i have a corsicana queen set that i got from Austin Mattress and it is by far the most amazing bed I have ever owned in my LIFE! I got the queen set for less than $400 - pillow top. I wonder which mattresses everyone else got? I think mine was the Baron pillow top and I have NEVER been more satisfied -- I've had it almost a year and a half, no indentations, no weird wear, just amazing sleep!

We love it.

Bought this with nothing but Internet reviews to go off for reference. That had my wife a little unnerved (me too) but we are very happy with the purchase. We like a firm mattress. This isn't as firm as some of the warnings but it has helped our backs with immediately providing better comfort and less back pain in the morning. I'm a combo side, back, and stomach sleeper and I find no issue with this mattress. Good purchase... very pleased.

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