New York Times (NYT) magazine has reported that the purple Mattress Company, which is best known for its “purple” mattresses, has closed its “pink” purchase of the popular pink mattress brand.
The pink Mattress brand has become a popular choice for young people with disabilities because it has a more traditional look and feel compared to the more “blue” Mattresses that have become popular.
Purple Mattress had previously been offering its purple mattresses to the public for $5, but after the company sold out, the brand decided to discontinue the pink option.
As a result, Purples customers who had purchased purple mattress in the past will now be able to purchase the pink mattress for $15, with the purple version being $20.
This deal will not be available to anyone who had previously purchased the pink mattresses.
“Purple is a perfect fit for younger children and their parents who are in transition,” the company said in a statement.
“Purple mattresses have a more feminine and feminine look and we feel that this pink option has the best chance of staying in demand.”
The company did not provide an exact date for when this sale would end.
Other sellers of pink mattress brands include Mattressworks, which sells pink and blue mattresses for $14, and Blue Mattress, which sold pink and green mattresses and mattresses that were $30 and $50.
Pink and purple mattressed toys will be available for purchase for $12 on Amazon.com, but it was unclear if this deal would be available in stores or via Amazon’s Prime Prime shipping service.
Blue and pink mattresses will not be available for the next two weeks. Posted by Kirsten Sterling at 7:12 AM