Bose deals can be tough to find, but they are out there if you look hard enough – and we've rounded-up our pick of the bunch.
Bose is a name synonymous with form and function in both premium headphones and music systems; not always the cheapest option out there, granted, but you can rely on the quality of the products listed here – both in terms of design and performance. Now's a great time to browse our list and bag a bargain.
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Bose headphones deals
Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700
£350 £279 at Peter Tyson
A breakaway from the QuietComfort range, the 700s are the beginning of a more premium series. Both the acoustics and digital signal processing have been redesigned. Comfort and aesthetics are spot-on and, they're an easy listen too.View Deal
Bose Soundsport Wireless
£150 £100 at Amazon
These exercise-friendly earbuds have soft silicone rubber hooks giving a secure fit for the gym or jogging, plus IPX4 certification meaning they'll handle sweat and splashes. Sound-wise, they're some of the best wireless headphones you’ll find at this money – and with a discount, they're even more tempting.View Deal
Bose Soundsport Free
£180 £135 (midnight blue) at John Lewis
Essentially a true wireless version of Bose's superlative SoundSport in-ears, these buds are sweat- and water-proof, and the sound is nothing short of marvellous for a pair of sports headphones at this price. A great deal. View Deal
Bose QuietComfort 35 II
£330 £249 at Exceptional Audio Visual
These wireless headphones marry detailed sound with impressive noise-cancellation and a clever addition of Google Assistant. There's a dedicated button to activate Google Assistant, and battery life is a claimed 20 hours of wireless playback or 40 hours of just noise-cancellation.View Deal
Bose speaker deals
Bose Home Speaker 300
£250 £219 at Exceptional AV
This diminutive Bose home speaker delivers big 360-degree sound and boasts Alexa and Google Assistant smarts baked right in. There's AirPlay 2, Bluetooth and wifi connectivity. It can be controlled by voice, the Bose Music app, or via the six, one-touch presets on the top of the speaker.
Bose SoundLink Revolve
£200 £179 at Peter Tyson
You can now make a healthy saving on the SoundLink Revolve's original price. Endearingly petite and portable, the Revolve spreads Bose's signature weighty sound through 360 degrees.View Deal
Bose SoundLink Revolve+
£280 £219 at Peter Tyson
The Bose SoundLink Revolve Plus is the bigger sibling to the Revolve speaker above. It adds a handle for portability, improves the battery life by 4 hours and crucially should offer a louder, room-filling sound. If you want a bigger speaker to fill a large room, go for this deal.View Deal
Bose soundbar deals
Bose Solo 5 soundbar
£240 £219 at HiFix
At just 55cm long and 7cm tall, the Bose Solo 5 is one of the most compact soundbars we’ve ever seen. This makes it perfect for those who need a bar with a low enough profile to slip under their TV. View Deal