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The best Bluetooth speaker deals 2022 – big discounts on JBL, Bose, Sony and more

The internet is always awash with deals on great-looking Bluetooth speakers. But with so many models to choose from, it can be tough to know where to start or what classes as a 'good deal' in the first place.

That is why we humbly suggest that if you want the sound quality and practicality that matches the claims on the box, you start right here with our best Bluetooth speaker deals list. You see, only products we believe sound good for the money make it onto this list. Nearly all have a place in our best Bluetooth speakers list, in fact. We scour online retailers to pick out the best prices available on them right now to save you shopping around.

The great thing about Bluetooth speakers is that there really is a model out there for every budget. You can go down the cheap and cheerful route with something small and portable to soundtrack a picnic or take away with you on weekends, or you can spend hundreds on a premium model to take a more permanent pride of place in your living room or bedroom.

There's no shortage of great deals to choose from either...

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Ultimate Ears Wonderboom 2  £90 £70 (save £20) at Amazon
(opens in new tab)The excellent Wonderboom 2 ups the ante on its predecessor with a 13-hour battery, IP67 water- and dust-proofing, stereo pairing and an outdoor mode (it's a little tree button on the underside of the speaker). The original was already splendid, and this little mug-size speaker is even better. And it's almost half price!

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B&O Beosound A1 (2nd Gen) £239 £208 (save £21) at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Bang & Olufsen isn't often involved in sales events. So is this speaker a rare miss? Not at all. The Beosound A1 (2nd Gen) delivers a pleasing yet authoritative performance that you'd be happy listening to all day. Throw in its classy design plus the bonus of Alexa, and you're looking at a top Bluetooth speaker – now with a rare 28% off! 

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Bose SoundLink Micro II £120 £99 at Amazon (save £21) (opens in new tab)
One of the most affordable ways to get Bose in your home (and picnic box), the SoundLink Micro II is a compact portable Bluetooth speaker that's impressively waterproofed and has a six hour per charge battery life.

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Tribit Stormbox Micro £50 £36.54 at Amazon (save £14) (opens in new tab)
This adorable yet sonically significant five-star budget Bluetooth speaker has been reduced at Amazon for a limited time. We loved the Stormbox Micro at £50, and we definitely love it now.

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Marshall Emberton £150 £109 at Amazon (save £41) (opens in new tab)
If you want to add some rock and roll to your Bluetooth listening, then there's only one way to do it: with a Marshall Bluetooth speaker. With amp stylings and decent features (20 hours of playback and waterproofing), this is an attractive buy for Prime Day. 

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JBL Charge 5 £159 £139 at Amazon (save £20) (opens in new tab)
If you don't mind a camo colour finish, this What Hi-Fi? Award-winning Bluetooth speaker can be yours with £20 off over at Amazon. An excellent sounding, no-nonsense portable Bluetooth speaker.

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Sony SRS-XB12 £55 £38 at Amazon (save £17) (opens in new tab)
The Sony SRS-XB12 is small but mighty. It boasts a water-, dust-, and mud-proof build, plus an Extra Bass feature for more low-end bass clout. You can even pair two speakers together for room-filling stereo sound. (And hey, at this price, you might as well buy more than one.)

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Tribit Stormbox Pro £140 £50 at Amazon (save £90) (opens in new tab)
A very likeable and well-featured Bluetooth speaker with excellent battery life. We didn't think its sound was amazing for the original price, but this price drop certainly makes it much more competitive.

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Anker Soundcore 2 £40 £28 at Amazon (save £12) (opens in new tab)
Anker's SoundCore 2 is very much at the super-affordable end of the market and, thanks to the IPX7 rating, it’ll take some pretty serious abuse. Visually, it’s inoffensive compared to some of its competitors – classy even.

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Becky Scarrott

Becky has been a full-time staff writer at What Hi-Fi? since March 2019. Prior to gaining her MA in Journalism in 2018, she freelanced as an arts critic alongside a 20-year career as a professional dancer and aerialist – any love of dance is of course tethered to a love of music. Becky has previously contributed to Stuff, FourFourTwo, This is Cabaret and The Stage. When not writing, she dances, spins in the air, drinks coffee, watches football or surfs in Cornwall with her other half – a football writer whose talent knows no bounds.