Sonos today introduced several new speaker bundles, which are designed to allow customers to purchase more than one Sonos speaker at a discounted price.

The new bundles range in price from $379 to $1,899 depending on the products included, with discounts up to $157 on the highest priced bundles.

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A two room set that includes two Sonos One speakers is priced at $379, for example, down from the regular price of $398 that the speakers would cost when purchased separately.

A two room pro set, which includes two of the Sonos Play:5 speakers, is priced at $899, almost $100 off the separate pricing.

Sonos has options for multi-room speaker setups and entertainment arrangements that include the Playbase and the Playbar, along with more expensive setups designed for vinyl records.

All of the new speaker bundles can be viewed and purchased on the Sonos website.

Sonos is one of Apple's main competitors, with the Sonos One, which includes support for Amazon's Alexa voice assistant, designed to compete with the HomePod. Sonos first introduced bundles when the HomePod launched, selling two of the Sonos One speakers for $349, the same price as the HomePod. The new bundle that includes two Sonos One speakers is more expensive than that original deal, but, along with other offerings, allows for Sonos equipment to be purchased at a discounted price.

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Top Rated Comments

Chrjy Avatar
80 months ago
A full $19 off a pair of Ones....phew, I think I need to lie down! ;)
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
RickInHouston Avatar
80 months ago
Sonos is dead. HomePod is the future.
Hahahahahahaha!

Oh, I'm sorry. Your being serious.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
rcooked Avatar
80 months ago
Whoa.

I’ve got multiple Sonos set up in my basement with a playbar, and on a porch at another property.

I’ve also got a HomePod. Rarely use Siri (worthless) in my opinion. I’m an Apple fanboy and have tons of devices, but HomePod has a long way to go in my opinion.

Sonos is light years ahead at the moment.



Sonos is dead. HomePod is the future.
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trife Avatar
80 months ago
Sonos is dead. HomePod is the future.
Nah.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
macaddiict Avatar
80 months ago
We bought (5) Sonos Ones when they were on sale around Black Friday. This is about the same price we paid, and I have been really happy with them. Initially we used them with Apple Music which worked well but didn't support voice commands. I have since switched to Spotify because I can ask for specific albums using Alexa which is super convenient. Sonos reminds me of what using Apple products used to be like: simple and well designed without being dumbed down, overly restricted, or overly expensive.

If I was buying today, I might look a little more into Google's offerings. The one downside I've found with Sonos is that they don't have any really small speakers - like for a bathroom. Something the side of a Google Home Mini would be nice in the bathrooms and laundry room where I don't care as much about sound quality but find myself wishing I had a smart assistant and music there.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dampfnudel Avatar
80 months ago
Sonos is dead. HomePod is the future.
I wouldn’t be so sure. The HomePod could end up sharing the same fate as Apple’s recently discontinued routers if numbers don’t improve which I don’t see happening unless the price goes down and the platform opens up to other services.
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