Google Play Music and a Sonos Play:1

Sonos is meant to stream your music wirelessly to speakers throughout your house, and now it can help you do the same for less. The company is now running a promotion wherein you can purchase any Sonos product (excepting the all-connecting Bridge) and get a free six month trial of Google Play Music All Access thrown in on top of that. That's not a bad deal, though you'll be shelling out a minimum of $200 for a Sonos Play:1 speaker to be able to take advantage.

Qualifying purchases through July 5, 2014 (check the Terms and Conditions at the source link below for the start date, which varies by country, but generally starting today is okay) will able to claim their six month trial of Google Play Music All Access. And yes, that's a trial, not just six free months. You'll have to not already be an All Access customer to benefit here. And buying multiple speakers won't get you more months, unless you want to set each speaker up as a standalone unit and set up a separate Google Play Music account for each as well.

Typically, All Access only comes with a 30-day trial, and is $9.99 a month thereafter. That said, if you're looking to jump into Google Play Music All Access and need to add a new Sonos to your system, you can save $50 in the process. And you can stream that Google Play Music directly to your Sonos. Not a bad deal. Who's game?

Source: Sonos

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FutureKix says:

That's an interesting deal, but the speaker is still expensive. If the demos at Target are correct then that little guy with the triangle patterns beats this one.

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bluesun3030 says:

"She drives me crazy!!"

saltyzip says:

When is Google going to buy Sonos?

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rawpower87 says:

Nice! I might buy that connect that I've been eyeing for while. That's a nice incentive.

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