Sonos One, Beam & Sub Get Rare Discounts For Cyber Monday 2018: Save Up To $100

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Sonos is the latest brand to join the Black Friday 2018 celebrations and is now offering decent discounts on its Sonos Beam, One and Sub speakers with the discounts rising accordingly with the price. So the more expensive the product to begin with, the more you are saving which is great news as the Sonos range of devices are not exactly the most affordable options to begin with. Making right now a great time to spend that little extra for the premium design and sound quality on offer. All the price discounts listed here are good starting today and through until November 26.

The cheapest option on sale is the company's Sonos One smart speaker. This is an Amazon Alexa-equipped voice activated speaker and typically retails for $199 in the US. However, Sonos has now knocked $25 off the usual asking price bringing the new total down to $174. In contrast, the Sonos Beam is a soundbar making it ideal for those looking to up the quality of their home entertainment setup, while also benefiting from voice control as the Beam also comes equipped with Alexa. The Sonos Beam retails in the US for for $399 although it can now be picked up for $349. To put this $50 saving into perspective, Amazon has never sold the Beam any lower than $389 in the US. Last, but certainly not least is the Sonos Sub. This is easily the most expensive product listed today as it usually comes in at $699. However, it's also seeing the greatest discounts with $100 having been knocked off the price bringing the sale total down to $599. While that is still expensive, this is a wireless subwoofer which claims to offer a massive bass punch without any rattle or vibration.

Sonos Black Friday/Cyber Monday 2018 Deals

Sonos One Smart Speaker With Alexa
Sonos Beam Soundbar With Alexa
Sonos Wireless Sub
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