Big Sonos sale: nab up to 25% off soundbars and smart speakers 'til June 12

Sonos Ray in living room
(Image credit: Sonos)

We'll get straight to the point: Sonos is having a big sale and it's on, right now. 

Had your heart set on one of the Sonos surround setups actually worth investing in? Now is your moment to pounce. 

We'll round up the best deals below, but here's what you need to know: until June 12 (or while stocks last), you can save up to 25% on select Sonos home cinema systems or portable speakers direct from Sonos – but if we've seen a better deal elsewhere, we've listed it. 

Not sure which undeniably popular Sonos product to snap up? Our Sonos Roam review, Sonos Arc review, Sonos Move review and Sonos Ray reviews offer in-depth analysis on whether the item deserves a chunk of your cash (spoiler alert: they largely do) but don't wait too long – deals as good as these won't last. After all, these are some of the best soundbars and best Bluetooth speakers in existence and the clock is ticking… 

Not in the UK? Scroll down for the best current Sonos savings in your region. 

Sonos Move portable speaker: was £399 now £311 at Sonos (save £88)

Sonos Move portable speaker: was £399 now £311 at Sonos (save £88)
Want a Sonos Move? Well you've got to… move! This is a great deal, netting you 22% off the regular list price. Last year, we saw the price briefly drop to £319 at Amazon during Black Friday (and even to £295 most recently, although at the time of writing it is sold out), but this is £8 cheaper, which is almost certainly why Sonos isn't running it for long… 

Sonos Roam SL portable speaker: was £159 now £119 at Sonos (save £40)

Sonos Roam SL portable speaker: was £159 now £119 at Sonos (save £40)
As the One SL is to the One, Roam SL is to the Roam. It's the same solution (i.e. 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 (or 25%) saving is a huge discount – we've only seen it this affordable once before, during Black Friday. Hurry! 

Sonos Beam (Gen 2) soundbar: was£499now £399 at Sonos (save £100)

Sonos Beam (Gen 2) soundbar: was £499 now £399 at Sonos (save £100)
The second-generation Sonos Beam soundbar launched in October 2021 and while we have seen a few discounts to date, (Amazon sometimes lists it for £389 – if it isn't sold out at this price) it's still a solid saving. For the money you're getting a compact, stylish soundbar with excellent integration with the wider Sonos ecosystem, and immersive virtual Atmos support. 

Sonos Arc soundbar (black): was£899now£709 at Amazon (save £190)

Sonos Arc soundbar (black): was £899 now £709 at Amazon (save £190)
This is a great deal on a sensational five-star soundbar with Dolby Atmos, TrueHD and Dolby Digital Plus. Set up is incredibly simple too. This is Sonos, remember, the firm that wrote the book on multi-room audio for your home. Our advice? If you've been considering the Arc for a little while now, this is the moment… oh, and if this deal is sold out, Sonos is selling both finishes (black or white) for £719

Sonos Ray soundbar (black): was £279, now £219 at Amazon (save £60)

Sonos Ray soundbar (black): was £279, now £219 at Amazon (save £60)
Sonos' most budget-friendly soundbar is now even cheaper – 22% cheaper to be precise. It's a relatively new bit of kit, having launched in June 2022 – and as such, we've never seen a deal quite this good. Sold out? Sonos is selling it for £223. A likeable, affordable soundbar that's now even better value.

Becky Scarrott
Audio Editor

Becky became Audio Editor at TechRadar in 2024, but joined the team in 2022 as Senior Staff Writer, focusing on all things hi-fi. Before this, 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.