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The best Bluetooth speaker deals live now: JBL, Ultimate Ears and more

Websites are awash with deals on great-looking Bluetooth speakers and with so many models to choose from, it can be tough to know where to start. That is why we humbly suggest that if you want the sonic performance to match the aesthetic (and the claims on the box), you start right here. You see, if we don't think it sounds good for the money, the product doesn't make it onto this list – no matter how good the deal. On this page, we will only bring to your attention the best Bluetooth speaker deals out there. And by that, we mean deals on products we've already reviewed and recommended. 

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

There's no shortage of great deals to choose from either, with a dinky waterproof option from Ultimate Ears right up to a beefier, room-filling sound from JBL's water-bottle sized Flip 5 all listed below – and all boasting excellent sound quality.

We'll keep updating this page regularly, scouring the internet to find ever-more tempting offers so that you don't have to – although you can always consult our list of the best Bluetooth speakers for extra inspiration. Without further ado, feast your eyes on the best Bluetooth speaker deals live now.

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JBL GO 3 (black) £35 £29 (save £6) at Amazon
Although it launched at £30, the popularity of JBL's cute little soap-on-a-rope beauty saw it go up to £35 – unless you head to Amazon, where some colourways have just received a slight discount. Hurrah! 

JBL Flip 5

JBL Flip 5 (teal) £120 £90 (save £30) at Simply Be
A quick skim-read our five-star review of this lovely little speaker tells you all you need to know: it sounds great. It's grippy through the bass, fully waterproof, boasts JBL's newest PartyBoost daisy-chaining tech and is sturdy as you like. A top deal. 

Tribit Stormbox Micro

Tribit Audio Stormbox Micro £50 £41 (save £9) at Amazon
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. 

Ultimate Ears Wonderboom 2

Ultimate Ears Wonderboom 2 (black) £89 £73 (save £16) at Amazon
The excellent Wonderboom sequel ups the ante with a 13-hour battery, waterproofing, stereo pairing and an outdoor mode (it's a tree button on the underside of the speaker). The original was already splendid and this is even better.

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UE Wonderboom speaker £89 £60 (save £29) at Amazon
Durable and fully waterproof – it even floats – the original, five-star Wonderboom Bluetooth speaker offers a 10-hour battery life, an impressively weighty sound for a small speaker and a pairing function to 'double up' with other Wonderbooms. 

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Bose SoundLink Micro Bluetooth speaker £100 £89 (save £11) at Amazon
This petite Bluetooth speaker can take voice calls as well as play music, there's decent battery life and it's water-resistant, too. As well as Bluetooth audio and NFC pairing, you can also use the Bose Connect app to control your tunes.

JBL Go 2

JBL Go 2 £30 £20 (save £10) at Amazon
Speakers don't come much more portable than this little number. It's very affordable – especially now that it has recently been superseded by the Go 3 – sounds good, and comes in a range of bright, pearlescent colours (only some of which can be had for this low price). Small, bright and fun – it really is hip to be (almost) square.

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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.