Black Friday and Cyber Monday may have been and gone but you can still make a healthy saving on Sonos wireless speakers and soundbars, which are sure to be a popular pick in the run-up to Christmas - but the deals will end, according to the Sonos website, on 24th December.
The Sonos deals over the last few weeks have been genuinely impressive and delivered some of the cheapest Sonos prices we've seen, so while some of the prices below have gone back up a little since Black Friday, there are still plenty of savings around - and that remains a rare thing for Sonos.
Sonos One SL
£179 £149 at Amazon
The One SL is the same as the One, just without the voice control smarts. But if you're looking for a smart speaker that ties into the Sonos ecosystem and doesn't cost a bomb, you've found it.
£199 £169 at Sevenoaks
Essentially the Sonos Play:1 with added voice control, this smart speaker gives you awesome sound without breaking the bank. A pair of class D amplifiers provide room-filling sound.
£170 £119 at Currys
If you thought time would have aged the Play:1, think again. It remains a great-sounding wireless speaker, and a decent passage into multi-room for those on a tight budget. Now at a bargain price.
Sonos Play:5 speaker
£499 £423 at Amazon
The Play:5 is a bit of a beast, capable of impressively loud - and good-quality - sound from a large wireless speaker. All the Sonos multi-room features are here of course and you can save £76 right now.
£389 £329 at Amazon
Sonos's soundbar adds some audio oomph to your films, TV shows and games. Voice control comes as standard, plus like other Sonos speakers, it plays nice with other devices too. A great home cinema upgrade.
£399 £349 at Richer Sounds
The newest Sonos speaker is also the first Sonos speaker to be portable and offer Bluetooth streaming. The Sonos Move is now widely available with a bonus £50 saving.
Sonos Playbase wireless soundbase
£699 £549 at Amazon
The Playbase is simple, stylish and will beat the sound from most TVs hands down. Connect it to a multi-room system and even add it to a full 5.1 setup.
The Sonos One replaced the Sonos Play:1, and added voice control to the mix. It even looks almost identical to its predecessor. But that's no bad thing. It's one of Sonos' cheaper speakers, but still offers fantastic sound. Combine that with its portable size, and you've got a winner on your hands.
The One SL is identical to the One, but without the built-in microphones and voice assistant support. On a budget? It's the Sonos speaker for you.
The Beam, meanwhile, is Sonos' soundbar. Pop it under your telly, and it'll add Sonos-grade audio quality to your home cinema set-up, and without filling the lounge with separate speakers.
The Sonos website is also offering special deals and bundles ahead of Christmas, including savings of up to £190 on 5.1 Sonos systems. Head to the Sonos website to see all the details and deals.