Deals: Sonos Takes Up to 25% Off Speakers and Sound Bars in New Summer Sale

Sonos today kicked off a big sale that has up to 25 percent off select products through June 18. It's been four months since we tracked a sale on new Sonos devices, so if you've been waiting to buy a speaker or sound bar this month is definitely the time to shop on Sonos.

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All discounts in the new sale have been applied automatically, so you won't need any coupon codes in order to see the sale prices. The sale includes savings on speakers, portable Bluetooth speakers, sound bars, subwoofers, and more. We've collected a few of the best deals below, but be sure to visit the Sonos website to see the full sale.

Speakers

  • Roam SL - $119.25, down from $159
  • Roam - $134.25, down from $179
  • One SL - $159.20, down from $199
  • Move - $299.25, down from $399

Sound Bars

  • Ray - $223.20, down from $279
  • Beam (Gen 2) - $399.20, down from $499
  • Arc - $719.20, down from $899

Sets

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Top Rated Comments

Pirate! Avatar
15 months ago
Check out Sonos’ refurbished site. I was able to get an arc for US$520. Very much worth it at that price point. Great refurbished product.
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JamesHolden Avatar
15 months ago

I'd bought two thinking I could have a stereo pair while remote camping. Nope, not only do you need Wi-Fi, but also internet access to check in with the Sonos mothership. Perfect for a 'mobile' device. Roam was my first Sonos purchase and will be my last.
Sonos states clearly on their Roam product page that stereo pairs require Wifi. Not sure why this was a surprise to you. The device does not check in with the mothership when using Bluetooth either.
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JamesHolden Avatar
15 months ago

I probably can call myself audiophile (semi?) but I also purchased an Arc to use like a deluxe HomePod (sans walled garden limitations) in another room. I have to admit, it is really impressive. It sounds surprisingly good- much better than I expected from any soundbar at any price.
I've been a Sonos customer for 15 years now. No one does whole home audio as well as they do. Their support for multiple music and audio services is unmatched as well. Last year I added an Arc to my system and it is most impressive for a sound bar, especially when paired with a sub. I used to hope that Apple would buy Sonos, but seeing how Apple wants to lock everything down now, I'm glad Sonos has stayed independent. It's highly unlikely that Apple would support 30+ different music/audio services if they owned Sonos.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
HobeSoundDarryl Avatar
15 months ago

Sonos states clearly on their Roam product page that stereo pairs require Wifi. Not sure why this was a surprise to you. The device does not check in with the mothership when using Bluetooth either.
Yes, the right product for purposes like camping away from Wifi would have been Move (leaning on Bluetooth in that scenario)... which I also have myself and it also sounds surprisingly good.


I've been a Sonos customer for 15 years now. No one does whole home audio as well as they do. Their support for multiple music and audio services is unmatched as well. Last year I added an Arc to my system and it is most impressive for a sound bar, especially when paired with a sub. I used to hope that Apple would buy Sonos, but seeing how Apple wants to lock everything down now, I'm glad Sonos has stayed independent. It's highly unlikely that Apple would support 30+ different music/audio services if they owned Sonos.
Right with you on all points made. It seems like a natural acquisition for Apple- they are so Apple-like in so many ways- but I appreciate their great focus on this ONE category and their commitment to work with everything.
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HobeSoundDarryl Avatar
15 months ago

the arc is tempting...im not a huge audiophile and would rather have a soundbar and get rid of my speakers
I probably can call myself audiophile (semi?) but I also purchased an Arc to use like a deluxe HomePod (sans walled garden limitations) in another room. I have to admit, it is really impressive. It sounds surprisingly good- much better than I expected from any soundbar at any price.

I wouldn't dump a traditional receiver and dedicated speakers setup in a main home theater room for it... but I can vouch that anyone wanting to do that will likely be impressed with Arc. Do searches for independent reviews and it generally ranks FIRST or close to it for best sound and/or best soundbar.

Bonus: Sonos has long since perfected surround sound support. So if one wants to add a sub, they have a sub and it will "just work" if added. If one wants rear surround speakers, they have that and they too will "just work" for true surround.

Apple Bonus: it works with Apple Music and Airplay 2 and the HP smarts already exist within iDevices, Macs and AppleTV... so anyone on the fence between HP or Sonos can basically have their cake and eat it too (just sub in your other Apple tech as the "smarts" part).

Beyond Apple bonus: it is nowhere near as locked down as HPs, so it just as readily works with all kinds of other services (without having to lean on an Airplay 2 workaround) and can have a direct connection from a receiver or similar so that a speaker system built around this platform can readily work with any source of audio: game consoles, cable/satt, over the air antenna, camcorder, non-Apple tech, BD/DVD/CD players, even ancient stuff like a VCR and similar.
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ralph_sws Avatar
15 months ago
not selling well, apparently
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)