Black Friday itself may be finished, but there's still plenty of Black Friday soundbar deals around on soundbars ranging from simple one-unit, 2-channel bars to full 11.1.4-channel systems that rival even fancy home theater audio setups. If you’re in the market for a soundbar to improve your TV’s built-in audio, there are still lots of Black Friday soundbar deals that can save you some serious cash.
This year, the official Black Friday deals event arrived on November 24, with plenty of soundbar sales – including on some of the best soundbars you can buy today. That includes options from Sonos, Samsung, Sony and LG all available now, from small and cheap soundbars to elite Dolby Atmos systems.
A lot of Black Friday soundbar deals still running we rate most highly are below, based on our knowledge of the products, for both the UK and US. We're also keeping an eye on any Cyber Monday deals that may crop up, but we expect a lot of them to look the deals we saw over Black Friday and the weekend.
BLACK FRIDAY SOUNDBAR DEALS STILL LIVE - US
- Amazon: sensational soundbar sales
- Best Buy: Sony, Samsung, Sonos & more
- Walmart: save on big name soundbars
- Target: big sound for less than $150
Best Black Friday soundbar deals in the US
Amazon Fire TV Soundbar: was
$119.99 now $99.99 at Amazon
Amazon's new 2.1-channel soundbar has just arrived, and it's already getting a $20 discount. In our Amazon Fire TV Soundbar review, we commented on its good build and sound quality for the price, along with its sound-expanding DTS Virtual:X processing. If you're looking for a cheap, basic solution to improve your TV's sound, Amazon's soundbar gets a solid recommendation from us.
Sony HT-S2000 3.1-channel Dolby Atmos soundbar: was
$499.99 now $298 at Amazon
This deal on Sony's entry-level 3.1-channel soundbar drops its price a full 30%. That's great news for anyone looking for a soundbar with both Dolby Atmos and DTS:X support, along with a dedicated center-channel speaker to deliver clear dialogue. This deep price cut is quite likely to remain after Black Friday, but there's no reason not to grab Amazon's deal now.
Samsung HW-C450: was
$197.99 now $137.99 at Amazon
This smaller soundbar is suitable for TVs of 42 inches and up, but promises a big punch. It connects over optical cable, so doesn't use up an HDMI port, and has some smart features, including dialogue boost mode, Bluetooth for music, and virtual surround from DTS:X. This is the joint-cheapest we've seen this model, which was released early in 2023.
LG SQC4R: was
$399.99 now $179.99 at Best Buy
This 4.1-channel surround-sound setup delivers stereo front channels from the soundbar, and then two rear channels from speakers connected a wireless module, so there's no cable from front to back. A subwoofer provides added depth. It's a major bargain for this much hardware, though don't expect soundbar mod-cons – it connects over optical rather than HDMI, and there's no Dolby Atmos.
Sonos Arc Dolby Atmos soundbar: was
$899 now $719 at Sonos
This 20% off deal at Sonos is in-line with the cheapest we've ever seen the Arc, so 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.
Samsung HW-Q750C: was
$799.99 now $479.99 at Best Buy
A 5.1.2-channel Dolby Atmos surround soundbar setup with extra features like Bluetooth and Wi-Fi streaming, all for under $500? This is a fantastic upgrade for anyone with a 48- to 77-inch looking for an instant home theater improvement – Samsung's soundbars deliver bang for buck than anything else on the market. The rear speakers connect to a wireless module to avoid cable tangles.
JBL Bar 9.1 Dolby Atmos soundbar: was
$699.95 now $599.95 at Amazon
JBL’s Bar 9.1 had launched at $999.99 so this is a further price cut from Amazon. That’s quite a good deal for a 9.1-channel Dolby Atmos soundbar system with a 300-watt powered subwoofer with a 10-inch driver and DTS:X support. What’s most unique about the Bar 9.1 is its detachable battery powered surround speakers, which give you true wire-free surround sound. A full 9.1 speaker Dolby Atmos system at this price is a deal you don’t want to miss.
Sony HT-A5000 5.1.2ch Dolby Atmos soundbar: was
$999.99 now $698.99 at Amazon
Sony’s HT-A5000 is now selling on Amazon at its lowest-ever price, netting you a 30% discount on a 5.1.2-channel all-in-one soundbar. A pair of built-in subwoofers mean Sony’s soundbar can bring the bass, and it also features upfiring speakers to deliver realistic Dolby Atmos – and DTS:X – height effects. The HT-A5000 can also be paired with Sony’s wireless subwoofer and surrounds if you want to expand o a full system at a later date. This is a solid deal on a solid soundbar that’s getting its best discount yet.
Bose Smart Soundbar 600 Dolby Atmos soundbar: was
$499.99 now $399.99 at Best Buy
Bose’s least expensive Dolby Atmos soundbar is now even less expensive with this $100 off Best Buy official Black Friday deal. In our Bose 600 review, we praised its great dialogue clarity and spacious presentation of Dolby Atmos soundtracks. Bose’s soundbar also has Amazon Alexa built-in for voice control, and it supports AirPlay 2 and Chromecast for wireless streaming of music over Wi-Fi. Deals this deep on a Bose soundbar are rare and we don’t expect it to go any lower, so this is one deal you’ll want to jump on this Black Friday.
Samsung HW-Q800C Dolby Atmos soundbar:
was $999.99 now $689.99 at Best Buy
This Best Buy official Black Friday deal takes $310 off of Samsung’s HW-Q800C 5.1.2-channel Dolby Atmos soundbar system. We’ve only seen a price that low for this powerful soundbar, which is the mid-range Dolby Atmos pick in our best soundbars guide. In our Samsung HW-Q800C review, we liked both its DTS:X support and the sense of immersion delivered by its upfiring speaker drivers. The HW-Q800C also supports Q Symphony, which lets you combine its output with the built-in speakers on Samsung TVs for even better audio immersion. Even if you don’t own a Samsung TV, this deal is a no-brainer.
Sony HT-G700 3.1.2-channel Dolby Atmos soundbar: was
$598 now $249 at Walmart
One of the best soundbar deals in Walmart’s holiday sales is this $280.64 price cut on Sony’s HT-G700, a 3.1.2-channel Dolby Atmos soundbar system that’s the current best budget pick in our best soundbars guide. In our Sony HT-G700 review we liked its compact design and fairly immersive sound given that it uses virtual processing to deliver both Dolby Atmos and DTS:X soundtracks. At just $249, the HT-G700 is selling for the lowest price we’ve ever seen, and it’s a highly recommended deal for anyone seeking to add a Dolby Atmos soundbar to their TV.
Sony HT-A7000 Dolby Atmos soundbar: was
$1,399.99 now $998 at Amazon
The Sony HT-A7000 is a Dolby Atmos and DTS:X compatible soundbar with a crystal clear dialogue and a host of connectivity options including two HDMI 2.1 ports for games consoles. In our Sony HT-A7000 review, we said it was a 'powerful, room-filling soundbar'. There are optional surrounds and a sub you can add in for the extra oomph, but this deal at Amazon taking the Sony HT-A7000 below $1,000 gives you an all-in-one Dolby Atmos soundbar option.
LG S80QY 3.1.3-channel soundbar:
was $899.99 now $370 at Amazon
Amazon has some great deals going on LG’s Dolby Atmos soundbars, but the one that caught our eye is this 59% discount on the S80QY, a 3.1.3-channel model from 2022. When we reviewed the S80QY, we found it to have a solid set of features for the cost, including Dolby Atmos and DTS:X processing plus an upfiring center channel speaker that helped elevate dialogue to screen level. It sounded good for the money then, and at this price it’s an amazing deal.
Sony HTX8500 Dolby Atmos soundbar: was
$399.99 now $198 at Amazon
The HTX8500 gives you access to Dolby Atmos, via virtual decoding, to a maximum of 7.1.2 channels, clear dialogue and a built-in subwoofer. It's an all-in-one bar for those looking for a neater solution and right now, Amazon have this soundbar at 50% off, taking it down to $200. This gives you a lot of features for a small price tag.
was $199.95 now $149.95 at Amazon
Looking for a small, simple and great home theater upgrade? Yamaha makes excellent soundbars, and we rated this one highly in our Yamaha SR-B20A review for delivering clearer, fuller, more exciting sound than a TV alone can. There's no separate subwoofer here – it's a compact all-in-one box.
BLACK FRIDAY SOUNDBAR DEALS STILL LIVE - UK
- Amazon UK: soundbars starting from £50
- Argos: amazing soundbars for under £100
- Currys: sales on Samsung, Denon and Bose
- John Lewis: bargain soundbar bundles
Best Black Friday soundbar deals in the UK
Samsung HW-Q930C Dolby Atmos soundbar: was
£1,149 now £620 at Amazon
This is simply incredible value. 9.1.4 channels of immersive sound for this price, with totally wireless rear speakers, are extremely rare – and Samsung's audio quality for its soundbars is second to none. You've got HDMI passthrough and wireless music playback as bonuses too. This has been £579 in the past, so while it's not a record low price, we'd be amazed if it went lower than £569 considering it's already half price!
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 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 to date.
Sony HT-S40R: was
£349 now £299 at AO.com
This an incredibly affordable way to get 5.1-channel surround at home. The soundbar handles front, left and right sound, while two rear speakers deliver rear left and right. The rear speakers are connected to a wireless amp, so there's no cable from the TV behind you. This has been £20 cheaper before, but equally if the price is right for you, it's a lot of sound for £300.
Samsung HW-Q600C Dolby Atmos soundbar: was
£599.99 now £299 at Amazon
One of the entry-level soundbars in Samsung's 2023 range, the Samsung HW-Q600C gives you Dolby Atmos and DTS:X compatibility across 3.1.2 channels and has Q Symphony support, making it an ideal budget choice for those with a Samsung TV. Even if you don't have a Samsung TV, this deal at Amazon takes an incredible 50%.
Sonos Beam (Gen 2) Dolby Atmos soundbar: was
£499 now £379 at Argos
The second-generation Sonos Beam soundbar launched in October 2021 and while we have seen a few discounts to date, this is just £50 off the cheapest we've ever seen it. For your money you're getting a compact, stylish soundbar with excellent integration with the wider Sonos ecosystem, and immersive virtual Atmos support.
LG S80QR 5.1.3ch soundbar: was
£1,099 now £699 at Currys
This 2022 LG soundbar system is being offered for its joint lowest-ever price – it's been this cheap before, but not lower. It's a strong price for for a 5.1.3-channel soundbar with a wireless subwoofer and rear speakers. Our review of LG's 3.1.3-channel version praised its impeccable dialogue clarity, and with this model you're getting the same performance but with a full surround experience. It also supports HDMI passthrough of VRR for gaming on next-gen consoles.
Sony HT-A5000: was
£899 now £698 at Amazon
This is the best soundbar for gaming in the UK Black Friday sales so far – it's one of the few soundbars that can pass 4K 120Hz video with VRR through to your TV from something connect to it, so it's ideal for anyone with both next-gen consoles. It's designed to deliver big Dolby Atmos sound with a sub or rear speakers (though you can add them). In December 2022, this fell to about £100 cheaper – but this is the cheapest it's been since last year's sales.
Sonos Arc Dolby Atmos soundbar: was £
899 now £699 at Argos
This is level with 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 £200 off! Setup is incredibly simple too. This is Sonos, remember, the firm that wrote the book on multi-room audio for your home.
Sony HT-S2000 3.1-channel Dolby Atmos soundbar: was
£399 now £299 at Currys
This deal on Sony's entry-level 3.1-channel soundbar drops its price a full £100. That's great news for anyone looking for a soundbar with both Dolby Atmos and DTS:X support, along with a dedicated center-channel speaker to deliver clear dialogue. This deep price cut is likely to remain in place through the Black Friday season, and possibly after, so there's no reason not to grab this Currys deal now.
Samsung Q990C Dolby Atmos soundbar: was
£1,599.99 now £944 at Amazon
Samsung’s HW-Q990C soundbar selling for under £1,000 at Amazon? Sign us up! The HW-Q990C, Samsung’s flagship Dolby Atmos soundbar system, is equipped with 11.1.4 speaker channels for the ultimate in Dolby Atmos (and DTS:X) immersion and delivers it using 656W of power. In our Samsung HW-Q990C review, we found much to love about its performance, specifically the robust bass and truly cinematic surround. The only thing we didn’t like was its high price, but with this deep Amazon Black Friday discount, that’s no longer an issue.