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Once you've picked your perfect mattress, make sure the rest of your room is up to snuff by pairing it with the best bed frames and headboards, bedding, and bedroom furniture. Full bedroom sets help create a unified theme and bring calm to the area where you rest your head.
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All mattresses with Sam's Club white glove delivery take the grunt work out of swapping your sleeper. Delivery carriers unload and place your new mattress exactly where you specify, including unpackaging, removal and disposal of any packing materials, hauling your order up or down two flights of stairs and relocation or removal of your old mattress. A new place to rest your head without the back-breaking labor? It's a dream come true.
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If you're tired of tossing and turning, battling a sagging mattress or not getting the beauty sleep you deserve, head to Sam's Club Houston, TX to find the Sam's Club mattress or mattress set that will score you a restful snooze.
Still stumped? Finding the right mattress for your needs has never been easier. Check out our Mattress Buying Guide for insider tips and tricks that'll help you navigate the wide world of mattress sizing, materials, toppers and technology. Or stop into Sam's Club Houston, TX and speak to one of our friendly and knowledgeable associates, who will be more than happy to help match you with the mattress of your dreams.
Tired of just dreaming about a new mattress and ready to take the plunge on an upgrade? Head into Sam's Club Houston, TX, purchase a membership and rest easy knowing you're on your way to your best night's sleep.
Lanky and seemingly equal parts ears, teeth, cowboy boots and charisma, McIngvale has been a household name in Houston for decades thanks to his wacky TV commercials and his Ross Perot delivery. "I just have what you might call a high tolerance for risk," McIngvale says. "Damon Runyon said 'All horse players die broke.' And I know I shouldn't bet with my heart, but it's hard not to and it's a lot more fun." In 2017, McIngvale gained national attention for opening his doors and sheltering hundreds of victims of Hurricane Harvey for weeks inside his furniture showroom, something he also did after Hurricane Katrina years prior. After the storm, as the Astros continued their historic run to the 2017 World Series, McIngvale was in the news yet again, this time for an only-in-Texas furniture promotion through which anyone who bought a mattress from Gallery Furniture would get it for free if the Astros won it all.
In a rather ingenious move at the dawn of the legal sports gambling era, McIngvale hedged his potential business losses by placing seven-figure bets on the Astros. Good thing. He ended up having to refund more than $10 million worth of mattresses. "We take large wagers from sports bettors of all stripes, but I'm not sure anyone does it with as much panache as Mack," says Ken Fuchs, head of sports at Caesars Entertainment. "That's why I bring in [Hall of Fame baseball owner and promoter] Bill Veeck as the only comparison with Mack. He's never afraid to make a statement or take a risk and, clearly, he has fun doing it."
The football field-sized warehouse out back is stuffed with mattresses in anticipation of another Astros title. On the north side of the building is a daycare funded by McIngvale. To the south, a trade school. (The saying around here is that since the hurricane this location has become a community center disguised as a furniture showroom.) One 360-degree panorama near the entrance includes the customized Texas A&M presidential motor scooter that belonged to George H.W. Bush; four stuffed raccoons playing poker on top of a bar; a glass showcase overflowing with humanitarian awards; a 30-foot nutcracker doll next to a similarly ginormous Christmas tree; a series of paintings of steers relaxing on sofas; a framed excerpt from Thomas Paine's 1776 "Common Sense"; a 5-foot wooden fish carved from a tree stump and painted like the Texas flag; a six-piece leather, reclining living room set (last one, as is -- no returns); a giant slab from a 513-year-old African bubinga tree; a signed poster from the Chuck Norris movie "Sidekicks" and an ornately framed oil painting portrait of McIngvale's north star, his father, George Sr.
McIngvale's catchphrase has been flooding the Houston airwaves nonstop since the 1980s. (He has screamed it while wearing a mattress, while nearly being trampled by livestock, while fighting Chuck Norris, tumbling with Olympians, arm wrestling comedian Joe Piscopo and posing next to pretty much every B-level celeb in Texas.) Mattress Mack has become a part of the community's subconscious. McIngvale says he recently walked past an autistic teenager shopping for furniture with his parents, and the normally nonverbal child said, "Hiya, Mack!" His mother burst into tears.
By Saturday, Gallery Furniture had sold every mattress, every sofa, every ottoman and every last lamp in stock. "The damnedest promotion we ever had," McIngvale says. "On Saturday night at 7 o'clock I'm standing on top of the desk at the front of the store screaming at the people that they have to go home now, we have no more furniture. It. Was. Unbelievable. We sold every last stick of furniture we had. Never happened in our history before."
Here's how it works: It starts with picking underdogs and getting favorable odds. Because, without the futures aspect, none of the math works. For example, this season McIngvale's initial $3 million bet at Caesars for the Astros to win it all at +1000 covered him for the first $30 million in potential furniture refunds. Next, McIngvale makes the grand announcement, which is some variation of: Spend $3,000 or more on a mattress and accept delivery within 24 hours, and if the Astros go on to win it all, your purchase is free. Then, the more furniture he sells through the promotion, the more McIngvale bets on the Astros, whose line has moved from 10-to-1 to 8-to-1 to 4-to-1 to their current status as World Series favorites.
What McIngvale really understands better than gambling, furniture or promotion, though, is human nature. Even the slightest chance to get something for free is practically irresistible to most consumers, especially those already on the fence about needing a new mattress. The more sales increase, the more McIngvale gets to do the thing he loves most: bask in the attention and fly off to Vegas to place ridiculously large bets, sometimes with a briefcase full of cash. "It's just like in the movies, the briefcase gets its own seat on the plane," says Gallery's Gerald McNeil, a former Pro Bowl returner with the Browns in the 1980s who now works with McIngvale. After the first few spur-of-the-moment trips to Vegas with McIngvale, McNeil started keeping a change of clothes in his car at work. "I guess it's my job to save the suitcase if the plane goes down," McNeil says.
Sports gambling is still illegal in Texas, so when he doesn't feel like jetting to Vegas, McIngvale will simply drive roughly 125 miles east until the betting app on his phone pings to let him know he's in Louisiana and free to drop another million or five. On the eve of the past Super Bowl, outside a rest stop in Vinton, Louisiana (and on live TV, of course -- this is Mattress Mack after all), McIngvale dropped $5 million on the Cincinnati Bengals, the largest Super Bowl bet in history. And this summer, as the Astros caught fire and the promotion exploded -- until July, McIngvale was refunding double the customer's money on mattresses and furniture -- McIngvale flew to sportsbooks in Iowa and Vegas to bet another $4 million in a single night. 041b061a72