This rare Sonos discount makes it the perfect time to fill your house with wireless music

If you've been looking into wireless speakers for your house, Sonos is likely a brand that you have seen pop up multiple times. It's no secret that Sonos products are a bit on the more expensive side, but there is a good reason behind that: they are amazing. I got my first two speakers over 6 years ago, and thanks to online updates from Sonos the older speakers have all the same features and functionality as my brand new addition that I got this year.

One thing about Sonos speakers is that they don't go on sale very often, so when they do you want to be sure to pick them up. Right now the company is offering $50 off the 2-pack of Play:1 speakers (opens in new tab), and $100 off the Sonos Sub (opens in new tab).

These deals are available at a variety of retailers, including:

Both the speakers and subwoofer are available in black and white, and you can mix and match the speakers if you want. Whether you are looking to get your Sonos system started, or want to expand one that you already have, you won't want to miss out on this deal!

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Jared DiPane
Jared started off writing about mobile phones back when BlackBerry ruled the market, and Windows Mobile was kinda cool. Now, with a family, mortgage and other responsibilities he has no choice but to look for the best deals, and he's here to share them with you.
  • Question: Is it possible to use these as wired TV speakers yet also have them on a Network? Also, any word on Google Home capability? Thsnks!
  • Not wired in the traditional sense of copper running from the speaker to the amp/receiver. But using a SONOS CONNECT to connect to your amp/receiver/TV optical port can allow you to use SONOS speakers for your TV. The SONOS site has a lot of info on setup. Have not personally tried it as I am still using traditional speaker for my TV. But I just ordered a couple of PLAY:1s to go with my PLAY:5 and CONNECT. Just love SONOS.
  • So no extra gear required. Good to know thanks. Ideally, I'd like to be able to have a single hardware solution for all home audio (tv, music, etc.). Meaning I'd like all my speakers to be available to laptop, phone and TV. I've got a friend who is really savvy with this sort of stuff (his home has Sonos and other wares throughout). Guess I should pick his brain as well. Thanks again!
  • No playbar? ☹️😔