If you love the idea of gently rocking your worries away but cash is tight, this discount hammocks guide should help you find the bargain-priced bed you need.
Below we highlight what we consider to be currently the 5 best sources of on-sale hammocks.
Simply use these links to hunt out a great-priced hammock that suits you and your family.
Tip: When choosing your product, you might also find the info at the beginning of this cheap hammocks guide helpful.)
Have you read our cheap hammocks guide? This features valuable advice on what to look for when buying a low-priced hammock and it highlights some highly-rated models that cost well below US $50.
If you are not keen on any of these low-price beds, the following sites will provide you with plenty more options.
Bargain Bunch is all about offering wholesale prices to the public. There is no membership fee to pay, not even a registration process. You just log on and save cash.
The beds you will find on Bargin Bunch are largely very cheap (right down to US $20) no-name products, so we cannot assure you of their quality and durability.
Visit this Bargain Bunch page.
Hammock.com is one of the web's biggest online hammock stores and a highly professional operation. Best of all, its Clearance section is a good place to get a high-quality bed at a discounted price.
The hammocks you'll find here are not the cheapest on the market, but if you're looking for a discounted price on a 100% genuine, brand-name product from a maker like Pawleys Island, Island Bay or Comfort Earth, this is the place.
Visit this Clearance page.
It's really surprising that more people haven't heard of Overstock.com as this online retailer really offers a massive variety of goods to the public at constantly discounted prices.
The beds here are not usually brand-name beds, but they cost slightly more than Bargain Bunch's products (above), so we think you can probably expect their build quality to be better.
Visit Overstock's hammock selection.
Like hammocks.com above, the Hammock Company has a special Sales section of its website where you can bag a wonderful quality suspended bed at a time-limited low price.
Expect to find serious brands on offer here, including Hatteras and Pawleys Island. You can even sign up for email updates to be notified of future deals.
If you live in Australia you're still in with a great shot of grabbing discount hammocks thanks to Deals Direct, an Australian online retailer that's similar in scope to Bargain Bunch in the US (above).
On the DD site you can find a small selection of great-priced beds, with products for under AUD $100 and often way below AUD $50. So if you're on the hunt for a cheap hammock in Australia, it's definitely worth a look.
If you didn't find anything suitable because you are not really sure what type of hammock is best for you, browse the 'hammock types' categories at the top left of this page.
These guides will teach you what features and materials to look for (and what to avoid), as well as highlighting some highly consumer-rated models that you might want to consider.
Or what about offline? Have you checked out your local yard sales, car boot sales, discount stores and classified ads?
A full guide of buying tips, advice and great-value product recommendations .