If you've made it here, you probably don't need me to explain the merits of investing in Sonos' effortless, talented, nuanced and detailed wireless ecosystem.
And that's why I'm here – although if you do need more info on Sonos as a concept, we have a dedicated guide on how to build the best Sonos home theater system for every budget (and there's always our huge back catalog of the Sonos reviews).
My guess is that you came here to save money and I applaud that. So without further ado, these are the five best Sonos deals in your region for Black Friday 2023.
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The 5 best Black Friday Sonos deals US
Sonos Arc Dolby Atmos soundbar: was
$899 now $719 at Sonos
This 20% off deal at Sonos is the level-cheapest we've ever seen the Arc, (it dropped to this fee briefly in October 2020) we wouldn't wait on it. For the money you're getting a punchy, powerful Dolby Atmos compatible soundbar that also sounds sensational for music. Setup is incredibly simple too. This is Sonos, remember, the firm that wrote the book on multi-room audio for your home. Will it drop by another $25 this year? Unlikely.
Sonos Ray soundbar: was
$279 now $223 at Amazon
Sonos doesn't deal solely in high-end kit and the proof is right here, in Sonos' most affordable soundbar. You don't get HDMI ports, Bluetooth or Dolby Atmos support, but you are still getting all the features and functionality of the Sonos wireless ecosystem. And because it launched in June of last year (and is pretty affordable anyway) we haven't seen too many discounts on it – and none like this 20% saving.
Sonos Beam (Gen 2) soundbar: was
$499 now $399 at Amazon
The second-generation Sonos Beam soundbar launched in October 2021 and while we have seen a few discounts to date, this $100 off equals the cheapest we've ever seen it and means 20% of the MSRP stays right with you. For your money you're getting a compact, stylish soundbar with excellent integration with the wider Sonos ecosystem, and immersive virtual Atmos support.
Sonos Roam portable speaker: was
$179 now $134 at Amazon
When Sonos makes a truly portable speaker that not only plays nice with your multi-room audio setup but also brings Bluetooth the party, you know you're onto a winner. And although it might have seemed a little steep at its regular RRP, this money is far more palatable – and it's never been quite as affordable as this to date. Our advice? If you were looking for a new Bluetooth speaker, you could do far worse (for far more).
Sonos Move: was
$399 now $299 at Sonos
This $100 discount is the cheapest price we've seen for Sonos' bigger portable speaker – although it has now been replaced by a new version (the Move 2), which costs $449. If you want big sound that you can carry around to use on Bluetooth, but that also works as a standard Sonos home multi-room speaker, this does it all.
The 5 best Black Friday Sonos deals UK
Sonos Arc Dolby Atmos soundbar: was £
899 now £693.99 at Amazon
This is the cheapest we've ever seen the excellent Sonos Arc from a trusted online retailer. The Arc is a sensational five-star soundbar with Dolby Atmos, TrueHD and Dolby Digital Plus. And now, it's a massive £205 off! Setup is incredibly simple too. This is Sonos, remember, the firm that wrote the book on multi-room audio for your home. Again, we've seen it briefly dip to £699 once before (from Sonos itself) – but this saving nets you £6 more off the RRP one, we wouldn't hang about.
Sonos Sub (Gen 3): was
£749 now £639 at Argos
Something about this design with the hole in the middle and those push-push drivers either side though, isn't there? Also of note is the £110 saving, and although we have seen it drop by £40 more (to £599) once before, last year, this is still a serious discount. Yes, there's a newer Sub Mini in Sonos land too, but come on, where subwoofers are concerned we know which we'd rather invite into our lounge…
Sonos Ray soundbar: was
£270 now £219 at Argos
Sonos doesn't deal solely in high-end kit and the proof is right here, in Sonos' most affordable soundbar. You don't get HDMI ports, Bluetooth or Dolby Atmos support, but you are still getting all the features and functionality of the Sonos wireless ecosystem. And because it launched in June of last year (and is pretty affordable anyway) we haven't seen too many discounts on it – and none like this £60 saving.
Sonos Sub Mini: was
£429 now £339 at Argos
Sonos' newest, cheaper October 2022-issue subwoofer was designed by Sonos to pair with its soundbars, to bring deeper bass and a better home theater experience. The Sub Mini is smaller and, obviously, less powerful, but we found that when testing it even with the large Sonos Arc it adds an important bass foundation that really elevates the experience. And the discount? At £90 off, it's very good indeed.
Sonos Roam SL portable speaker: was
£159 now £119 at Sonos
As the One SL is to the One, Roam SL is to the Roam: the same solution (ie a portable Bluetooth and wi-fi enabled speaker) but no mics and thus no built-in voice assistant support, although it'll tag along if you've got voice control elsewhere in your Sonos setup. And this £40 saving is a huge discount; equalling its lowest-seen price during last year's Black Friday extravaganza. Remember to get your buying done between November 17 - 27 though.
More Black Friday deals US
- Amazon: 50% off TVs, air fryers, AirPods & clothing
- Apple: AirPods Pro, Apple Watch 8 & iPads from $99
- Adidas: 40% off running shoes, sweatshirts & leggings
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- Best Buy: up to $800 off 4K TVs, laptops & headphones
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- Christmas: 40% off decor, pajamas & trees
- Dell: save on best-selling Inspiron and XPS laptops
- DreamCloud: 40% off all mattresses
- Family pajamas: matching Christmas PJs from $12.99
- Gaming: console bundles from $289.99 at Walmart
- Lowe's: up to $800 off major appliances
- Nectar: mattress deals starting at $359
- Nordstrom: 30% off Nike, Levi's, Skims, Adidas & more
- Samsung: up to $2,000 of TVs, phones and appliances
- Target: 40% off furniture, TVs, clothing & appliances
- Toys: Disney, Barbie, Lego & board games from $14.99
- Walmart: Apple Watch 9, cheap TVs, air fryers & toys
More Black Friday deals UK
- Amazon: up to 65% off Echo, Apple, TVs + more
- AO: up to 40% off appliances, TVs and tech
- Argos: up to 50% off toys, tools and tech
- Boots: up to 40% off 1,000s of beauty products
- Currys: up to 40% off TVs, appliances and laptops
- eBay: up to 60% off refurbished Ninja, Dyson + Apple tech
- Ebuyer: up to 45% off laptops and PC components
- EE: up to £600 off phones, TVs and games consoles
- Emma: up to 65% off mattresses, frames and pillows
- John Lewis: up to 40% off tech, homewares and clothing
- Jessops: up to £550 off Sony, Canon, Nikon, and Fujifilm
- Ninja: up to 25% off air fryers and cookware
- O2: up to £600 off iPhone, Samsung and Google
- Samsung: up to £600 off TVs, phones and appliances
- Shark: up to £100 off vacuums
- Simba: up to 55% off mattresses
- Superdrug: 60% off beauty, fragrances and makeup
- Very: save on tech, decor, appliances and furniture
- Vodafone: six months half-price SIMs from £11.50
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Becky is a senior staff writer at TechRadar (which she has been assured refers to expertise rather than age) focusing on all things audio. Before joining the team, she spent three years at What Hi-Fi? testing and reviewing everything from wallet-friendly wireless earbuds to huge high-end sound systems. Prior to gaining her MA in Journalism in 2018, Becky freelanced as an arts critic alongside a 22-year career as a professional dancer and aerialist – any love of dance starts with a love of music. Becky has previously contributed to Stuff, FourFourTwo and The Stage. When not writing, she can still be found throwing shapes in a dance studio, these days with varying degrees of success.