Sonos Kicks Off Rare Sale With Up to 25% Off Popular Audio Accessories

Sonos today has begun its Father's Day sale, offering steep discounts on select home theater audio equipment. This includes record low prices on the Sonos Arc soundbar ($719), as well as various discounted bundles, all of which are rare deals we haven't tracked since earlier in the year.

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This sale has a good balance between individual Sonos products and bundles that should help elevate your home theater setup with various soundbars, subwoofers, and speakers. Highlights of the event include the Sonos Arc for $719 ($180 off) and Sonos Sub Gen 3 for $639 ($160 off), which are rarely discounted outside of holiday events like this one.

We've accumulated a few of the devices in the sale below, but be sure to browse this landing page on the Sonos website for everything being discounted.

Speakers and Soundbars

Bundles

Head to our full Deals Roundup to get caught up with all of the latest deals and discounts that we've been tracking over the past week.

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Top Rated Comments

brofkand Avatar
3 weeks ago

25% products that are about 50% too expensive

Sonos is "fine" ... but wildly overpriced if we are being objective
You can say that but the truth is there's nothing out there that is better.
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
oneMadRssn Avatar
3 weeks ago

I had 7 rooms that were useless earlier this month due to the software update (yes, even on HDMI, Optical, or line in depending on the device), and it took about 1.5-2 weeks just to where I could actually watch TV or listen to music that was not streamed without audio dropouts and skips again. While some issue other issues are slowing getting resolved or better, I’m in the process of slowly ridding myself Sonos instead of taking advantage of the sale to upgrade as originally planned. I’ve already moved on to WiiM Amps in a couple of rooms and am pleased with the performance so far; since WiiM can share over AirPlay2, some Sonos devices won’t disappear quite as quickly as I thought because they support AP2 as I would with other systems.
I think Sonos will return to form, but this CEOs head has to roll. The trust is completely broken; the community will not trust Sonos under his leadership any longer. And more than most companies, Sonos' success depends so much on the community of loyal users and advocates.
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
beanbaguk Avatar
3 weeks ago

Google "Sonos issues". This search just pulled back 6,550,000 results. You're welcome.
While I'm furious at Sonos for releasing their garbage software update, as already mentioned, this is a very recent issue.

It will get resolved.

Now, if you are talking of quality for the cost of the speaker, Sonos are right on point here. Moreover, their Sonos room sync is far superior to AirPlay 2 (IMHO). AirPlay jitters often, takes ages to sync, and drops out frequently. (I know, as I own two HP OG's, and a couple of HP Mini's). They are simply not reliable.

Sonos, just works. And they work well. (But their new app is a bit rubbish).

Just look at the reviews. They score a solid 4-5 out of 5 in literally all of them.

However, having said this, they are no HiFi device. But seeing as most decent HiFi starts at triple the price, won't have wireless connectivity, and will not connect with other rooms, and won't have voice control, it's the perfect choice for a home consumer.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
danny1305 Avatar
3 weeks ago

Google "Sonos issues". This search just pulled back 6,550,000 results. You're welcome.
Weak response. If you google literally any product or brand and follow it with the word “issues”, you will get issues. Nothing is perfect, and never will be
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
sandman42 Avatar
3 weeks ago
I have at least $3k of Sonos products in 7 rooms in my house, and I used to recommend them without reservation. I now would not recommend anyone invest in Sonos products at any price until they demonstrate that they are committed to preserving the user experience in place when people buy their products.

The home theater functions still work ok for me at the moment, but all my other use cases are currently broken or hampered. My main music library (my primary use) fell off the system and there’s no way to add it back in, and streaming services are unreliable. And the controls are aggravatingly laggy compared to how they used to work.

My gripe isn’t what doesn’t work now — I suspect they’ll fix most of it eventually — but this demonstrates that they’re not committed to keeping my products working in the way that enticed me to spend so much money on them. To date they have dropped support for older products (S1 app), and have diminished features occasionally. We knew a new app was coming, but who would expect that updating an app would break your otherwise up-to-date system?

I get that technology evolves and products become obsolete eventually, but there’s no reason something as basic as a music player shouldn’t work as advertised for longer than this. I can’t imagine what they were thinking when they launched this abomination of a half-baked app. I suppose it was rushed out to support the release of their headphones, and they didn’t want to slide that product launch. But in the end it’s the decision making behind the update that makes me reluctant to recommend or invest in more products.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
iLog.Genius Avatar
3 weeks ago
The issue with SONOS speakers is that people evaluate them as a standalone speaker. The point of SONOS speakers is the multi-room capabilities. That's not to say you can't just pick up any of their speakers and use them as is but the multi-room capability is factored into the price premium you pay. So if you're looking at just the 5, for example, at $549 USD for a single speaker, can you get something that sounds better for cheaper? Probably but when you start adding speakers to the setup, that's where someone might find the value in SONOS.

Same thing with Apple. A Mac or iPad might be "overpriced" as standalone products, but you start adding and building your own Apple ecosystem where you have Apple products that work together well, there's value there where someone might want to spend the extra money.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)