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Casper Sleep To Open Its Branded Shop Inside Bed Bath & Beyond Stores - Quick Facts

Casper Sleep Inc. (CSPR) and omnichannel retailer Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. (BBBY) announced Thursday a new national partnership that brings Casper's award-winning suite of sleep offerings to Bed Bath & Beyond customers through the Bed Bath & Beyond website and mobile app as well as in select Bed Bath & Beyond stores.

As part of the partnership, Casper will open its first, one-of-a-kind branded shop-in shop at Bed Bath & Beyond's newly designed flagship store in New York City, which is set to reopen on July 22 after undergoing a substantial renovation to modernize the shopping experience for customers.

In addition to the flagship store located at 620 6th Avenue in New York City, Bed Bath & Beyond's store in the city's Tribeca neighborhood and in Bridgewater, New Jersey, allow customers to experience Casper in-person.

Casper products will become available at additional Bed Bath & Beyond locations across the U.S. in the coming months.

In addition to in-store purchasing, Casper products are eligible for Buy Online & Pickup In Store or home delivery, making it easy for Bed Bath & Beyond customers to get their items home.

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