Best Sonos deals: Save $176 on speakers, soundbars and more

Sonos is a great brand to turn to if you’re looking to expand your home theater or bring some high quality audio to a space. It’s recognized regularly as one of the best speaker brands, and it makes a number of soundbars, Bluetooth speakers, and mountable speaker options. And while its equipment produces audio that leans toward the more premium end of the consumer spectrum, Sonos audio gear comes in at mostly affordable prices. This is especially true right now, as there are a number of Sonos deals taking place. You’ll find the best Sonos deals worth shopping below, as well as some information on which Sonos product might best suit your audio needs.

Sonos One SL — $159, was $200

The Sonos One on a bedside table.
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Smart speakers are a crowded marketplace, with products like the Apple HomePod being a popular option. The Sonos One is another popular option though, and the Sonos One SL model has even more to offer. With this speaker you can easily start or expand a multiroom system and enjoy music, radio, podcasts, audiobooks, and more from all of your favorite streaming services. If you purchase two Sonos One SLs you can use them to create a stereo pair when you place them both in the same room. You can even use them as rear speakers if you have a Sonos home theater setup for immersive surround sound.

Sonos One (Gen 2) — $175, was $220

Second gen Sonos One by a bed.
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The second generation Sonos One is a smart speaker with voice control built-in, but it doesn’t simply focus on smarts. Certainly it has easy access to radio stations and WiFi connectivity, but it also bangs out some pretty impressive sound. This speaker allows you to create a wireless multiform audio system with simple controls by pairing two speakers together, but you can also use it as a standalone speaker and take it with you for use alongside outdoor activities.

Sonos Move — $340, was $399

Sonos Move 2 in white on green park bench.
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The Sonos Move is a multi-use speaker that can easily switch from a Bluetooth speaker that you can take anywhere to a Wi-Fi-connected smart speaker at home. As a Bluetooth speaker, it can last for up to 11 hours on a single charge, it’s weather-resistant with an IP56 rating, and it’s protected from accidental drops by an ultra-durable and shock-resistant case. Once you’re back home, you can charge it on its base, and once connected to your Wi-Fi network, you’ll be able to access Amazon’s Alexa through voice commands with the Sonos Move.

Sonos In-Wall Speakers — $483, was $659

The Sonos INWLLWW1 In-Wall Speakers against a white background.
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Some speakers work best mounted in the ceiling, and some homes are just better laid out for creating a great home theater atmosphere with in-wall speakers. These Sonos in-wall speakers bring premium sound and premium looks to any home theater setup. They come with paintable grills, so whether you’re installing them in the basement, the office, or elsewhere, they will blend in perfectly. You not only get top notch aesthetics with these speakers, but also top notch sound. They make a great set of speakers for breaking in with some great movies. You can do this with some of the best free movies on YouTube right now, or you can even break them in with some of the best upcoming PS5 games if your home theater is centered around your gaming adventures.

Sonos Beam (Gen 2) with wireless subwoofer — $883, was $929

The Sonos Beam 2 soundbar on a media cabinet with a couple of video game controllers.
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The second generation Sonos Beam is not only an upgrade over its first release, but it’s also one of the best soundbars under $500 and has even spent some time on our list of the best soundbars overall. Sonos has managed to pack its high quality audio know-how into a reasonable price point with this soundbar. The Beam has Dolby Atmos, which creates a rich, immersive audio environment no matter what you may be watching or listening to. Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant can connect wirelessly, and help you to set timers, check the news, and control your smart home devices. You can also control the soundbar and its paired TV with these voice assistants.

Sonos Arc soundbar with wireless subwoofer — $1,528, was $1,699

The Sonos Arc, Sub, and One SL speakers set up in a living room.
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The Sonos Arc is one of the best soundbars on the market, and it’s made even better by being paired with the Sonos Wireless Subwoofer. The Arc can wirelessly connect to more speakers as part of a surround sound setup, and it pairs well with any of the best A/V receivers. It also has Dolby Atmos, which brings 3D sound to your home theater experience. The Sonos Arc has 11 high-performance drivers that masterfully deliver sound from all directions at the right moment. It was specially tuned by Oscar-winning sound engineers to emphasize the human voice, so it will always ensure you’re keeping up with the storyline.

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