Deals: Sonos Super Bowl Sale Takes Up to $280 Off Speakers, Soundbars, and More

Sonos has kicked off its annual Super Bowl sale, offering discounts on speakers, subwoofers, and soundbars. This event will run through February 12 and offers up to $280 in savings on these Sonos products.

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The sale is split between solo products and bundles; we've listed all of the individual products on sale below as well as a few of the bundles. You can find the full list on Sonos' website, and note that no coupon codes are required as all sales have been automatically applied.

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Top Rated Comments

HobeSoundDarryl Avatar
17 months ago
I'm sure this thread will get piles of fan contempt but, as pretty much an Apple everything guy, I chose to go Sonos for portable speakers in my home and they sound great and are (wide) open enough to work with everything ('https://support.sonos.com/en-us/services'), including Apple Music and Airplay.

Sonos also has long since worked out true surround sound setups and already has subwoofers and soundbars for those wishing Apple would offer those kinds of speakers too. Want a true surround sound setup? Here's an Apple-like entity that already has all of the speaker types to deliver now.

Want a homepod that really cuts all cords (even electric)? Sonos Move lifts right off of its docking ring so you can carry it wherever you want music (even to places with no electric socket). It sounds very good. Want a HomePod that doesn't depend solely on Siri? This one can work with the other two (generally judged as smarter) as well as Sonos own voice assistant. However, if you happen to love Siri, use Siri on your Mac or iDevice to command music playback where you want it and it works just fine too. For example, I have a Sonos setup in a bedroom and I can tell Siri on Mac or iDevice to play a playlist in that bedroom and it works.

While I'm no fan of the whole soundbar concept, ARC sounds exceptional for such a relatively small soundbar and objective reviews of it generally rank it best or close to best. I put an ARC in a bedroom solely for music and the sound is very good to my ears.

Sonos is focused on speakers and it shows. Yes, they lack the favorite logo but the sound, services, open-ness and focus is exceptional IMO.
Score: 12 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Mrkevinfinnerty Avatar
17 months ago
a much better option than Homepod ?
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ShadowJade Avatar
17 months ago

I almost clicked the BUY button for the Homepod2 and thought about Sonos.
djinn, I am the lead admin on a FB group page with 280,000 members dedicated to Apple and its entire ecosystem and structure. While I do have (3) Homepod Minis in my home, I have (2) rooms with SONOS playbar, sub and stereo pair speakers, and (5) other SONOS speakers around my house. I just put the full "Immersive Set" (ARC, Sub and (2) Ones) in my buddies gameroom (though it was just over $1,600 on Black Friday). Do yourself a favor...go with SONOS.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jsalda Avatar
17 months ago

I'm sure this thread will get piles of fan contempt but, as pretty much an Apple everything guy, I chose to go Sonos for portable speakers in my home and they sound great and are (wide) open enough to work with everything ('https://support.sonos.com/en-us/services'), including Apple Music and Airplay.

Sonos also has long since worked out true surround sound setups and already has subwoofers and soundbars for those wishing Apple would offer those kinds of speakers too. Want a true surround sound setup? Here's an Apple-like entity that already has all of the speaker types to deliver now.

Want a homepod that really cuts all cords (even electric)? Sonos Move lifts right off of its docking ring so you can carry it wherever you want music (even to places with no electric socket). It sounds very good. Want a HomePod that doesn't depend solely on Siri? This one can work with the other two (generally judged as smarter) as well as Sonos own voice assistant. However, if you happen to love Siri, use Siri on your Mac or iDevice to command music playback where you want it and it works just fine too. For example, I have a Sonos setup in a bedroom and I can tell Siri on Mac or iDevice to play a playlist in that bedroom and it works.

While I'm no fan of the whole soundbar concept, ARC sounds exceptional for such a relatively small soundbar and objective reviews of it generally rank it best or close to best. I put an ARC in a bedroom solely for music and the sound is very good to my ears.

Sonos is focused on speakers and it shows. Yes, they lack the favorite logo but the sound, services, open-ness and focus is exceptional IMO.
My father has installed PA systems, ran sound boards and engineered arenas, so I grew up around speakers and equipment, have always thought there was no substitute for power multi-speaker systems. Recently purchased a Beam2 for a secondary TV room and have been thoroughly impressed. The sound is good enough for most situations and the integration with Apple is top notch. Can't wait to get a mini sub and a pair of Ones for back channels.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
djinn Avatar
17 months ago
I almost clicked the BUY button for the Homepod2 and thought about Sonos.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
roar08 Avatar
17 months ago
Too bad the One SLs aren't included at like 159 each ... I would buy a handful at that price.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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