Best Bluetooth speaker deals 2024 – save big on Sony, JBL, B&O and more

Portable speaker: JBL Charge 5 Wi-Fi
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While it can be tempting to charge in and grab the first shiny Bluetooth buddy that catches your eye, hold your horses. Many retailers discount their products regularly throughout the year, and with frequent sales events knocking down prices periodically, you might be missing out on a big deal by prematurely jumping the gun.

With some fantastic five-star options on the best models around, only products we rate highly or feel are worth the money due to a discount are featured here, with many earning places on our best Bluetooth speakers list. It's tough to figure out which offers to snatch up and which to discard, but that's where this handy rundown of every deal we've found comes in handy. 

We've tested almost every one of the speakers below, so you know you can trust our advice. Hopefully, there will be a brilliant Bluetooth bargain for you somewhere.

Best Bluetooth speaker deals

JBL Flip 6was £130now £83 at Amazon (save £47)
One of the best portable speakers around at this price point, the JBL Flip model has consistently impressed over its various generations, and this latest is no different. Expect a bold sound, rugged build and excellent usability. Biggest saving on white colourway.
Five starsRead our JBL Flip 6 review

JBL Flip 6 was £130 now £83 at Amazon (save £47)
One of the best portable speakers around at this price point, the JBL Flip model has consistently impressed over its various generations, and this latest is no different. Expect a bold sound, rugged build and excellent usability. Biggest saving on white colourway.
Five stars
Read our JBL Flip 6 review

JBL Charge 5 Wi-Fi was £230now £169 at Amazon (save £61)Five stars
Read our JBL Charge 5 Wi-Fi review

JBL Charge 5 Wi-Fi was £230 now £169 at Amazon (save £61)
One of the best portable speakers we've tested recently, the JBL Charge 5 Wi-Fi adds more wi-fi streaming options, Alexa Multiroom and slight sonic enhancements to the original and excellent Charge 5 model. This significant discount on a great speaker that only came out months ago is a winner.
Five stars
Read our
JBL Charge 5 Wi-Fi review

Sonos Roamwas £179now £139 at Amazon (save £40)
Sonos is known for its attractive, full-sounding speakers, and while the Roam doesn't quite hit the heights reached by the likes of the Era 100 and 300 smart speakers, it's still a nicely made, robust unit full of musical muscle. Lowest price on white finish.
Read our Sonos Roam review

Sonos Roam was £179 now £139 at Amazon (save £40)
Sonos is known for its attractive, full-sounding speakers, and while the Roam doesn't quite hit the heights reached by the likes of the Era 100 and 300 smart speakers, it's still a nicely made, robust unit full of musical muscle. Lowest price on white finish.
Read our Sonos Roam review

Tribit Stormbox Micro 2 was £60 now £50 at Amazon (save £10)
This adorable yet sonically significant five-star budget Bluetooth speaker has been reduced by £12 and remains a steal. It's a dinky but powerful speaker with 12 hours of battery life, an IP67 water-proof rating and is ultra-portable. A palm-sized speaker that punches well above its weight.
Read our Tribit Stormbox Micro 2 review

Tribit Stormbox Micro 2 was £60 now £50 at Amazon (save £10)
This adorable yet sonically significant five-star budget Bluetooth speaker has been reduced by £12 and remains a steal. It's a dinky but powerful speaker with 12 hours of battery life, an IP67 water-proof rating and is ultra-portable. A palm-sized speaker that punches well above its weight.
Read our Tribit Stormbox Micro 2 review

Sonos Era 300 was £449 now £343 at Amazon (save £106)
This excellent, spatial audio-toting Sonos wireless speaker is on a small but worthy discount. We love its huge, expressive sound and extensive streaming features. It might not seem like a huge discount, but any money off this premium speaker is a good deal in our books.
What Hi-Fi? Award Winner
Read our Sonos Era 300 review

Sonos Era 300 was £449 now £343 at Amazon (save £106)
This excellent, spatial audio-toting Sonos wireless speaker is on a small but worthy discount. We love its huge, expressive sound and extensive streaming features. It might not seem like a huge discount, but any money off this premium speaker is a good deal in our books.
What Hi-Fi? Award Winner
Read our
Sonos Era 300 review

Sonos Era 100was £249now £185 at Amazon (save £66) What Hi-Fi? Award Winner
Read our Sonos Era 100 review

Sonos Era 100 was £249 now £185 at Amazon (save £66) The Era 300's smaller sibling isn't much less impressive. It's still relatively new to the market, and as a Sonos speaker, mega deals aren't always forthcoming, so any drop in price on the Era 100 should be snapped up sharpish. You never know how long they'll last...
White finish only.
What Hi-Fi? Award Winner
Read our
Sonos Era 100 review

JBL Charge 5 was £170 now £129 at Amazon (save £41)
This What Hi-Fi? Award winner Read our JBL Charge 5 review

JBL Charge 5 was £170 now £129 at Amazon (save £41)
This What Hi-Fi? Award-winning Bluetooth speaker can be yours with £32 off right now. A discount here is not to be sniffed at – this is an excellent sounding, no-nonsense portable Bluetooth speaker that has a legacy of excellent Charge models behind it. Discounts vary per colourway.
What Hi-Fi? Award winner
Read our JBL Charge 5 review

JBL Xtreme 3 was £300 now £189 at Amazon (save £111)
Considerably bigger than the Flip 6 above, the JBL Xtreme 3 is a versatile and talented wireless speaker that’s as happy chilling at home as it is being the life and soul of a party. With £100 off, JBL's Xtreme is a great choice for those wanting to fill a big space with musical sound. Black only.
Five starsRead our JBL Xtreme 3 review

JBL Xtreme 3 was £300 now £189 at Amazon (save £111)
Considerably bigger than the Flip 6 above, the JBL Xtreme 3 is a versatile and talented wireless speaker that’s as happy chilling at home as it is being the life and soul of a party. With £100 off, JBL's Xtreme is a great choice for those wanting to fill a big space with musical sound. Black only.
Five stars
Read our JBL Xtreme 3 review

Audio Pro Addon C3 wireless speaker was £280now £119 at Amazon (save £161)
The C3 portable speaker has it all, combining multi-room skills, solid build and excellent sound quality in an impressively well-priced package. Now that said price has fallen dramatically (by more than half, in fact), it's certainly the best time to buy.
Five stars.
Read our Audio Pro Addon C3 review

Audio Pro Addon C3 wireless speaker was £280 now £119 at Amazon (save £161)
The C3 portable speaker has it all, combining multi-room skills, solid build and excellent sound quality in an impressively well-priced package. Now that said price has fallen dramatically (by more than half, in fact), it's certainly the best time to buy.
Five stars.
Read our
Audio Pro Addon C3 review

B&O Beosound A1 2nd gen was £239now £189 at Amazon (save £50)
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. A pretty solid discount, so certainly worth the money if you're keen. 
Five starsRead our B&O Beosound A1 2nd gen review

B&O Beosound A1 2nd gen was £239 now £189 at Amazon (save £50)
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. A pretty solid discount, so certainly worth the money if you're keen. 
Five stars
Read our B&O Beosound A1 2nd gen review

JBL Flip 5 was £120 now £84 at Amazon (save £36)
Small, pocketable and perfect for your travels, the Flip 5 is a superb little Bluetooth speaker, with 12 hours of battery life, brilliant sound quality and a £41 saving at Amazon. Black colourway only.
Five stars
Read our JBL Flip 5 review

JBL Flip 5 was £120 now £84 at Amazon (save £36)
Small, pocketable and perfect for your travels, the Flip 5 is a superb little Bluetooth speaker, with 12 hours of battery life, brilliant sound quality and a £41 saving at Amazon. Black colourway only.
Five stars
Read our
JBL Flip 5 review

JBL GO 3 was £40 now £30 at Amazon (save £10)
Although it launched at £30, the popularity of JBL's cute little soap-on-a-rope beauty saw it go up to £40. Thankfully, it's fallen just back to its original price now for the plain black finish. A dinky little speaker at a great price. 
Read our JBL Go 3 review

JBL GO 3 was £40 now £30 at Amazon (save £10)
Although it launched at £30, the popularity of JBL's cute little soap-on-a-rope beauty saw it go up to £40. Thankfully, it's fallen just back to its original price now for the plain black finish. A dinky little speaker at a great price. 
Read our JBL Go 3 review

Sony SRS-XB13 was £55 now £35 at Amazon (save £15)

Sony SRS-XB13 was £55 now £35 at Amazon (save £15)
We haven't tested the Sony SRS-XB13, but at an ultra-budget price point, it ticks the basic boxes. The XB13 boasts a water, dust and mud-proof build, plus an Extra Bass feature for more low-end clout. You can even pair two speakers together for room-filling stereo sound. Lowest price on black finish.

Audio Pro Addon C5A was £249 now £150 at Amazon (save £99) Five starsRead our Audio Pro Addon C5A review

Audio Pro Addon C5A was £249 now £150 at Amazon (save £99) Want great sound but the convenience of Alexa AI (without going down the Amazon route)? The C5A is a talented smart speaker that brings together handy voice control with some of the best sound you'll find at this price and for this size.
Five stars
Read our Audio Pro Addon C5A review

Sony ULT Field 1 was £119 now £99 at Amazon (save £20Read our Sony ULT Field 1 review

Sony ULT Field 1 was £119 now £99 at Amazon (save £20)
The newly-released ULT Field 1 has a lot going for it, especially for users who want two distinct sound profiles - one bass-boosted and one more natural - alongside a very healthy stable of features and a reassuringly sturdy Sony build.
Read our Sony ULT Field 1 review

Audio Pro Addon C10 MKII was £359 now £329 at Amazon (save £30)
With three options for multi-room streaming (Google Cast, AirPlay 2 and Audio Pro), levelled-up grippy bass and improved hi-fidelity performance over the Award-winning original, the C10 MkII is still one of the best wireless speakers at this level.
What Hi-Fi? Award winner
Read our Audio Pro Addon C10 MKII review

Audio Pro Addon C10 MKII was £359 now £329 at Amazon (save £30)
With three options for multi-room streaming (Google Cast, AirPlay 2 and Audio Pro), levelled-up grippy bass and improved hi-fidelity performance over the Award-winning original, the C10 MkII is still one of the best wireless speakers at this level.
What Hi-Fi? Award winner
Read our
Audio Pro Addon C10 MKII review

Bose SoundLink Flex was £150 now £119 at Amazon (save £131Read our Bose SoundLink Flex review

Bose SoundLink Flex was £150 now £119 at Amazon (save £131)
A slim, portable Bluetooth speaker that's ideal for the outdoors or in splashy zones, the SoundLink Flex blends a sleek waterproof design with a clear and likeable sonic style.
Read our Bose SoundLink Flex review

Ultimate Ears Wonderboom 3was £90 now £84 at Amazon (save £6) Read our UE Wonderboom 3 review

Ultimate Ears Wonderboom 3 was £90 now £84 at Amazon (save £6) The UE Wonderboom 3 is a fun, funky speaker that offers a great amount of sound-for-size alongside perfect portability and an IP67 waterproof rating. At just £70, the Wonderboom is around 25% off its original asking price in pretty much any colour you like.
Read our UE Wonderboom 3 review

Marshall Willen was £100now £80 at Amazon (save £20)

Marshall Willen was £100 now £80 at Amazon (save £20)
If you're a classic rock fan who prioritises style over substance and likes your audio to be pocket-sized, the Willen is one of the most appealing Bluetooth speakers Marshall have ever made, and could rival our five-star budget favourite, the Tribit Stormbox Micro 2.

Marshall Emberton was £150now £108 at Amazon (save £42) 

Marshall Emberton was £150 now £108 at Amazon (save £42) Marshall's Emberton is essentially the amp brand's answer to the JBL Flip 6, and while we've not reviewed it, we have heard it briefly – it's easy to use and delivers a big, bass-heavy sound from a stylish package. Such a chunky discount is certainly tempting.  

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Harry McKerrell
Staff writer

Harry McKerrell is a staff writer at What Hi-Fi?. During his time at the publication, he has written countless news stories alongside features, advice and reviews of products ranging from floorstanding speakers and music streamers to over-ear headphones, wireless earbuds and portable DACs. He has covered launches from hi-fi and consumer tech brands, and major industry events including IFA, High End Munich and, of course, the Bristol Hi-Fi Show. When not at work he can be found playing hockey, practising the piano or trying to pet strangers' dogs. 

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