TheStreet aims to feature only the best products and services. If you buy something via one of our links, we may earn a commission.
It wouldn’t be Black Friday 2023 without serious discounts on all things technology, but Sonos is mixing things up by kicking off the audio brand’s best sale of the year a full week in advance.
Whether you’ve been waiting to enter the Sonos ecosystem or want to add a speaker or soundbar to your current kit, there has never been a better time. You can save up to 25% on select Sonos items, including the first discount on the Era 100, big savings on bundles that combine a soundbar with speakers or subs, and even save on a speaker we thought was gone for good.
We will highlight the best deals from Sonos’ discounts below, but you can also shop the entire sale here. You’ll want to move quickly, as in typical fashion, with Sonos’ discounts, the best of the best will go quickly. So if there is an exact Sonos speaker, sub, or soundbar you want, go get it while it’s discounted
Sonos Era 100, $199 (was $249) at Sonos
For the first time ever–or for the first time in forever if we’re listening to the Frozen soundtrack on a Sonos speaker—the Era 100 is discounted. You can get Sonos’ latest and greatest at-home speaker for just $199—a sharp $50 discount off the $249. It delivers a stereo sound experience from a single speaker and gets quite loud without sacrificing audio quality. It’s also voice-enabled, so you can control it with “Hey Sonos,” and has redesigned controls on top that make it easier to control playback or volume.
You can see our full review of the Sonos Era 100 on TheStreet, and score it for $50 off at Sonos. You can even save more when you get two Era 100s, the pair is just $379, a savings of $119.
Sonos Move 1st Gen, $299 (was $399) at Sonos
It seems like Sonos found more of the first-generation Move speaker that works inside and outside with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity. At $100 off, it’s an incredible deal on an ultra-versatile Sonos speaker that sounds amazing thanks to always-listening microphones that adjust the EQ mix in real time. It can easily fill a room and an outdoor patio or deck. You can expect around 11 hours of battery life when it’s off the dock, but when docked inside, it can play music forever. You get your choice of Shadow Black or Lunar White, which are IP56-rated for water resistance.
Sonos Beam 2nd Gen, $399 (was $499) at Sonos
Not only does the second-generation Sonos Beam deliver extreme value at full price, but for $100 off at $399, it’s almost too good to be true. While it’s only a 25.63-inch long soundbar, the Sonos Beam is fit for small and large TVs with a keen ability to deliver room-filling, immersive audio. It even boasts a special mode to boost voice and for nighttime listening that will lower louder, booming sounds.
It’s powered by five digital amplifiers, a center tweeter, four mid-woofers, and three passive radiators for a compelling audio experience, and built-in microphones handle beamforming to ensure echoes aren’t present. The Beam can be setup in mere minutes via your TV’s HDMI eARC port and instantly integrates with the Sonos app and your other speakers. If you’re not in the mood for a movie night, you can play some music.
While Era 100, Move first generation, and Beam second generation are the best value in your eyes, here are a few others that stand out to use.
- Sonos Roam, $134 (was $179) at Sonos
- Sonos Ray, $223 (was $279) at Sonos
- Sonos Sub 3rd Gen, $639 (was $799) at Sonos
- Sonos Arc, $719 (was $899) at Sonos
- Sonos Arc, two Era 300’, and a Sub 3rd Gen, $2,256 (was $2,596) at Sonos
This story originally appeared on SI Showcase.