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Today's Sonos Playbar deal lets you upgrade your TV audio for just $379

It can be pretty difficult to find a great Sonos deal outside of big sales like Prime Day, but Best Buy is giving you the opportunity to save around $120 on the Sonos Playbar soundbar (opens in new tab). This one-day deal drops the cost of the refurbished model down to only $379. Given that the Playbar sells for nearer $500 these days, and for $600 not too long ago, this is a much more affordable way to upgrade your home audio experience.

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Enhance your TV audio with this soundbar. It has three tweeters and six mid-woofers for powerful, balanced sound. Wi-Fi connectivity lets you stream audio smoothly and connect to other Sonos speakers. It also offers virtual surround sound.

The deal given is no longer valid and we do not have a better one. However, we have found some similar deals

Sonos Play:1 smart speaker refurbished

Sonos Play:1 smart speaker refurbished (opens in new tab)

$99.99 $200.00 Save $100

Only the black speaker is available at this price. Can stream music from your favorite platforms. Syncs with other Sonos speakers, including creating stereo sound when paired with a second Play:1. Also can be controlled from an app on your phone.

Sonos One SL and 2nd-gen One smart speaker

Sonos One SL and 2nd-gen One smart speaker (opens in new tab)

$139.00 $179.00 Save $40

The One SL is down to $139 and the 2nd-gen One is down to $159. Both prices are $40 off what they regularly go for. Both are just $10 above what they were during Black Friday. Sonos deals do not last long so hop on that train. Choo-choo!

Sonos One, One XL, Five smart speakers

Sonos One, One XL, Five smart speakers (opens in new tab)

As low as $130

Get the Sonos One, Sonos One SL, or even the Sonos Five (at Best Buy) all on sale. Not only do you get brilliant audio, you get a fully connected speaker with Apple AirPlay 2, the Sonos app, and the ability to connect to other Sonos speakers.

Sonos Beam Smart TV sound bar with Alexa black

Sonos Beam Smart TV sound bar with Alexa black (opens in new tab)

$299.00 $399.00 Save $100

It's smart, compact, and designed with high-definition audio in mind. Fill your room with great music from your TV, your mobile device, or the radio. Controlled with the remote, the Sonos app, or even the built-in Alexa voice control.

Sonos Move battery-powered Bluetooth smart speaker with Alexa

Sonos Move battery-powered Bluetooth smart speaker with Alexa (opens in new tab)

$299.00 $400.00 Save $101

Get it in Black or White. It's a battery-powered smart speaker that lasts up to 11 hours. Recharges via USB-C or with the included base. Control with Sonos app, Bluetooth, AirPlay 2, or your voice with Alexa. Has IP56 rating for weather resistance.

Sonos recently announced the followup to the Playbar called the Sonos Arc which has prompted the price drop to $500. However, the Arc retail for $800 and won't drop very far from that price anytime soon. If you're looking to break into the Sonos ecosystem in a more affordable way, the deal above is how to do it. The Playbar is one of Sonos' older devices for sure, but it still sounds incredible and integrates with other Sonos devices.

The Sonos Playbar is a great soundbar, especially if you're interested in getting a full-blown Sonos home audio system eventually. It's easy to set up and use (seriously, one cord for power and one for the TV and you're good to go), works seamlessly with other Sonos speakers like the Sonos One, and it integrates Sonos' digital music software. If you don't have any other Sonos speakers for a true surround sound experience, the soundbar has virtual surround sound effects that makes it seem like you do. You can also pair it with an Echo Dot for smart home control.

Sonos also recently announced the S2 app, a new upgrade and operating system for Sonos devices. The Playbar, despite its age, will be part of this upgrade. So even if you get the Playbar now, you can expect some big improvements including all-new features and more personalization coming in June.

Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at [@adamoram](