Whether you're looking for a traditional pair of hi-fi stereo speakers, a wireless multi-room smart speaker or a Bluetooth portable speaker, these are the best speaker deals around right now.
All the big brands are below, including wired and wireless options from Bose, Sonos, Sony, Ultimate Ears, B&O and more.
So what are you waiting for? Get reading and upgrade your sound.
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Hi-fi speaker deals
These 2016 Award-winning floorstanders have since been updated by Q Acoustics, but they remain a wildly entertaining proposition, blending power and authority with strong rhythmic drive.View Deal
These former Award-winning standmounters are a steal at this knock-down price. While there are newer iterations, these 3020s can still deliver a wonderfully refined, dynamic and punchy sound. Their single-wired and unfussy nature will fit in with most systems.View Deal
The LX-2s are one of the best budget speakers we've heard in the last few years. They deliver strong dynamics and fine timing. Worth every penny of its original price, they're an even better option now.View Deal
We like the Wharfedale D320 speakers. They’re easy to get along with and will work well in a wide range of systems. And now you can save £60.View Deal
Save £50 off these talented floorstanders from the celebrated Diamond range. We loved their vast soundstage, authoritative presentation and neutral tonality, but had to knock it down a star in light of subtler rivals. Well built and nicely finished in black.View Deal
Five star speakers from a few years back but good sound doesn't get old. With over £250 off the original price, these talented, easy-going speakers have dropped down into a temptingly more affordable category.View Deal
The Zensor 5s may have gotten four stars from us, but this £150 off deal isn't to be ignored. Expect a dynamic and detailed sound that's evenly balanced, with a particular talent for intimately textured vocals. Bass notes could be defined better, but these are big, friendly speakers regardless.View Deal
Sounding more like speakers close to the £1000 mark, these current Award-winners will wow you with their refined, articulate and well-integrated sound. If these KEFs weren't already on your shopping list, the few quid you save off its original price should tempt you. Trade in your old speakers at Sevenoaks and you can save an additional 20% before the end of September.View Deal
Wireless speaker deals
Portable party fun from Sony's wireless speaker range which include jazzy lights and the ability to connect up to 100 of them for an ad-hoc mobile sound system. Waterproof down to 1m, you get 24 hours of battery life, the ability to use it as a power bank and bags of bass.View Deal
Big and powerful, if a little coarse here and there, these Bluetooth speakers from LG are a bargain with this £10 discount. There's 20 hours of battery life, aptX HD wireless tech, party lights and a carry handle. Boom.View Deal
A detailed and solid-sounding wireless speaker that brings the luxury of B&O into a budget price bracket – especially with this tenner saving.View Deal
This five-star budget Bluetooth speaker might only be the size of a coffee mug, but it has a decent sound and rugged build, making it an ideal travel companion. Available in multiple colours.View Deal
A five-star product, the Megablast is the biggest portable Bluetooth speaker Ultimate Ears currently makes. With Alexa built in, a 16-hour battery, a full-on energetic sound, and well over £100 off, it's a whole lot of sound for (relatively) little money. View Deal
This flashy little speaker from Sony is the perfect little party piece thanks to its lit-up design, extra bass sound and full-day battery life. Available in black.View Deal
Portable, attractive, solidly built and thoroughly reliable for sound; there's very little not to like about this Bluetooth and Wi-Fi-enabled speaker. It works as part of the Audio Pro Addon multiroom set-up but also on its own and very well indeed.View Deal
Portable and smart - it features Google Assistant - the Link 20 has a built-in battery that's good for around ten hours of music. Add a waterproof design, solid build, and a balanced sound and you've got a neat offering that you can now save some quid on.View Deal
Small, pocketable and perfect for summer, the Flip 4 is a talented little Bluetooth speaker. Its 12 hour battery life should last long into the evening and you can even take a phone call through it. Now with a £40 saving at Richer Sounds.View Deal
When we originally tested the WK7 it cost £200 - at £77 it's quite the bargain! It delivers Google Assistant smarts, wi-fi and Bluetooth connectivity and it's controlled by the intuitive Google Home app. The sound it produces is large-scale and room-filling, which gives it an edge over smaller, weaker-sounding rivalsView Deal
An excellent price for this fun-looking speaker from LG. It's packed with features: a rechargeable battery good for 22 hours of playback, apt-X Bluetooth and even Google Assistant built-in. Tuned with the help of Meridian Audio, it delivers a big, powerful and instantly likeable sound.View Deal
A Bluetooth speaker that’s designed for style rather than ruggedness, the portable Muo cuts a sleek figure with its aluminium-clad hourglass shape. An insightful sound with tight timings, wide dynamics and a refined musicality for half its original price - what's not to love?View Deal
A talented Bluetooth speaker with a neat cylindrical design. The Revolve fires sound downward onto a patented diffuser plate, which delivers an even spread of sound. The speaker sounds detailed and punchy, and a £30 saving makes it appear even more of a bargain.View Deal
Denon HEOS 7 HS2 speaker
£549 £349 at Richer Sounds
The HEOS 7 ticks a great number of boxes. It sounds good with a variety of music through a range of sources, has a no-fuss aesthetic that should fit into a number of homes, and is easy to use.View Deal
The one real gripe we have with the Mu-So Qb is the price, so a £100 saving on this Naim wireless speaker brings it right into contention; a big sound for its small stature.View Deal