The best Bose Cyber Monday deals 2022: wireless headphones, soundbars and more

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Bose deals can be tough to find, but they are out there if you look hard enough and besides Black Friday, Cyber Monday is one time of year when they get easier to find. Of course, we're here to help too and on this page, we've done the legwork, you just have to nab the deal that's the best fit for you. 

Bose is synonymous with form and function in premium headphones and music systems. Bose kit is 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, resilience and performance. Now is a great time to browse our list and bag a bargain and there are some big savings to be made during the Cyber Monday sales.

Bose Cyber Monday headphones deals

Bose QuietComfort Earbuds was

Bose QuietComfort Earbuds was £249 now £139 at John Lewis
The fantastic five-star true wireless earbuds combine brilliant noise-cancelling tech with natural, dynamic sound. They're worthy challengers to the Sony WF-1000XM4 – especially now they've dropped to their lowest-ever price (read our review here).


Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II was £280 now £249 at Amazon
Bose's new premium ANC earbuds haven't been on sale long, but you can already make a decent saving thanks to Cyber Monday. They're five-star performers in our eyes thanks to their stunning sound quality and top-drawer noise-cancelling. Comfort levels are high too (see our review here).

Bose QuietComfort SE £239.95

Bose QuietComfort SE £239.95 £189.95 at Currys
These cut-price QuietComforts look sleek and stylish, adopting the QC45 stylish exterior in an all-black colourway. You'll find all of the best QC45 features here including brilliant active noise cancelling and a claimed 24-hour battery life. Also available at John Lewis and Currys.

Bose 700 wireless headphones was

Bose 700 wireless headphones was £350 now £250 at Amazon
This is one the best Bose deals we've seen – and on a great pair of noise-cancelling headphones too. From sonic ability to design and comfort, the Bose 700 perform very well indeed (read our review here). 

Bose Cyber Monday soundbar deals

Bose TV Speaker £270

Bose TV Speaker £270 £230 at John Lewis (save £40) This soundbar thrives on simplicity: there's a one-connection set-up to your TV via an optical audio cable or an HDMI. You can use your current TV remote to control the volume of the speaker and it detects the signal from your TV when turned on and automatically turns on, too. There's Bluetooth for streaming and a setting for vocal clarity and extra bass too. 

Bose Solo 5 soundbar £239

Bose Solo 5 soundbar £239 £150 at Amazon (save £89)
At just 55cm wide, the Bose Solo 5 is compact enough to slot in front of any TV. It's easy to use and projects dialogue with confidence and clarity. The universal remote is a nice touch, too. A step up from your TV's sound at an affordable price.


Bose Soundbar 700 was £799 now £600 at Bose
Not a model we've tested, but it's a newer Bose model that comes with Alexa and Google Assistant, wi-fi, Bluetooth and Apple AirPlay 2. There's also Bose's Adaptiq Audio Calibration tech for fine-tuning the sound to match your room layout. We think you'll agree, it's a small but worthwhile saving. 

Bose Smart Soundbar 900 £899

Bose Smart Soundbar 900 £899 £799 at Amazon (save £100) This slick soundbar has all the specs you'd expect from Bose with wifi connectivity, Airplay, Bluetooth, Chromecast and multi-room streaming. Sonically it produces an impressively wide soundfield and an articulate and crisp Dolby Atmos performance. 

Bose Cyber Monday speaker deals

Bose Home Speaker 500 with Alexa was

Bose Home Speaker 500 with Alexa was £400 now £279 at John Lewis
While its smaller brother, the 300, didn't truly wow us for sound, we've never actually been 12 rounds with this model. It boasts the same Bluetooth and wifi connectivity, AirPlay 2, app support and built-in voice assistants, but you'll also get a colour LCD display screen. It's also been recently reduced at John Lewis. 

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. 

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