Sonos Kicks Off Black Friday Sale With 20% Off Soundbars, Speakers, More

We're very close to Black Friday, and as more and more sales pick up, today we're tracking a new discount event being held at Sonos. For its Black Friday offerings, you can get 20 percent off select products on the Sonos website through November 28.

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Specifically, the sale has six of Sonos' audio devices at 20 percent off, including two soundbars, a subwoofer, and three speakers. All of these sales can be found on the Sonos website and you don't need any coupon codes to see the discounts.

Anyone looking to purchase the Sonos Move should note that this accessory will be discounted by 20 percent on Cyber Monday. It'll be priced at $319, down from $399 for that day only, so be sure to return to the Sonos sale on Cyber Monday if you're interested.

You can find all the Apple Black Friday Deals currently available in our dedicated post. For everything else, we're keeping track of all of the season's best Apple-related deals in our Black Friday roundup, so be sure to check back throughout the month for an updated list of all the most notable discounts you'll find for Black Friday 2022.

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rgwebb Avatar
27 weeks ago
Earlier this year I bought a full surround sonos system (arc+sub+2x one sl). It is expensive but seamless. I'm sure some audiophile will "well comma askshully" the quality of the system but I think it is fantastic.
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HobeSoundDarryl Avatar
27 weeks ago
Probably because they are so focused on one thing, Sonos makes high-quality speakers that work great with the Apple ecosystem while retaining rich flexibility to work with pretty much everything else too. I purchased an Arc solely for music playback (yes, prob overkill) and am very impressed with the quality of sound from it. I also purchased a Move and it too produces great sound from a relatively small package.

While I am typically air playing from my own music playlists, I also enjoy the dedicated Sonos streaming radio stations, Pandora and some TuneIn stations. It's nice to have many choices and the flexibility to use many more.
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HobeSoundDarryl Avatar
27 weeks ago

No, a sound bar is NOT overkill for playing music. In fact it’s one of the worst possible ways of listening to music (or watching films for what matters). Do yourself a favour: sell it and get yourself a decent pair of speakers and a receiver. Your ears will thank you.
Thanks, I have fantastic, dedicated speakers + quality Receiver for my main listening area. Arc was for a bedroom vs. say HomePod-type speakers. I’m perfectly happy with that choice for that purpose. When I want max quality, I simply change rooms.

But I 100% agree with your core idea of chasing exceptional quality when buying speakers... and that sound bars are generally NOT that.

That shared, of all the sound bars I’ve ever heard first hand, this Arc is a dazzler.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
nikhsub1 Avatar
27 weeks ago
Got my 2nd beam for 20% off. Sonos stuff rarely goes on sale so get ‘‘em now.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
TheGhostWalker Avatar
27 weeks ago
Mediocre performance for the money imo. Especially the soundbars
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
McWetty Avatar
27 weeks ago
Sonos makes great stuff. It can be a tad boomy but that’s adjustable in the EQ. I wish the Amp was included with this sale.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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