Amerisleep Mattress Comparison Chart and Buying Guide

Ultimate Amerisleep Mattress Comparison Chart and Buying Guide
The best Amerisleep mattress review you will ever read.

It has been more than 6 and a half years since we purchased our first mail-order mattress, an Amerisleep AS3. Yes, with our own money! Really! (I think this is worth noting as it often seems like every "unbiased" Amerisleep review on a blog has a disclaimer that the reviewer received one for free. So, you received this and 50 other mattresses - did you even sleep on it for one night? There are also lots of sneaky sites out there, like Sleepopolis and Mattress Clarity, that claim to be unbiased but are actually owned by the same company, which seems to basically be Casper. Google "does sleepopolis own casper" and you'll see what I mean. Crazy, right?) Long story short, I thought it would be appropriate to provide an update to my Amerisleep mattress reviews after so much time. I've also created a handy comparison chart. I'd intended to make a buying guide like this back when we bought our AS3 in 2012 and now, finally, here it is. That's got to be a procrastination record!

How we ended up with an Amerisleep mattress, which eventually became mattresses:

Angel Fire Wine and Wagyu Weekend 2018

With the Taos Summer Wine Festival August 17th-19th and the Angel Fire Wine and Wagyu Weekend (formerly known as the Angel Fire Food & Wine Roundup) August 24th-26th, this is the perfect time of year to plan a visit to the beautiful New Mexico mountains. You can easily fill a week with fun activities in between each foodie event.

Not a bad place to spend a week, eh?

And, yes, you should totally try to make it to both. We attended both last year and have been looking forward to both ever since. The Taos Summer Wine Festival and Angel Fire Wine and Wagyu Weekend could not be more different and each is amazing in its own way. I think of the Taos event as being aimed at yogis and hikers, whereas the Angel Fire event is for cowboys and Texans. It's cheese pairings versus barbeque. Hippie music versus country. Chevy Volts versus Dodge Rams - and as an owner of both, I absolutely LOVE both festivals.

The Angel Fire Wine and Wagyu Weekend features a VIP food and wine area at the Whiskey and Powder Showcase (part of the free Cool Summer Nights concert series), a "Wine and Wagyu Walk" (similar to the popular Grand Tasting at the Taos Summer Wine Festival), a country music dance with barbeque, barbeque, and more barbeque, and a "Bloody Good" Bacon Brunch. I think I'm most looking forward to the brunch, as I have never tried a Bloody Mary. Yes, you read that right! And my husband? Being a fellow Bloody Mary-virgin, he is also looking forward to the brunch. Apparently, we have both led very sheltered lives.

Taos Summer Wine Festival 2018

We are counting down the days until the luxurious 2018 Taos Summer Wine Festival. Less than 3 hours from Albuquerque, it was easily the most fun event SN and I attended in 2017, which included adventures in New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, Utah, and Texas, and we've been looking forward to the next one ever since. Heck, I'm already looking forward to Taos Wine, 2019! Plus, we will soon know if they decided to go with my poster submission:

poster for the 2018 taos summer wine festival
Probably, right?

The event organizers (shoutout to the amazing Cecilia Cuff) have provided two free Saturday passes for me to give away to a lucky blog reader. Think of it as winning...

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