Sonos Super Bowl sale: Save $200 on Sonos home cinema speakers now

Sonos is offering savings of over $200 on its Sonos Beam, Playbar, Playbase and Sub packages ahead of the Super Bowl.

With game day just a fortnight away (Sunday Feb 3rd, 6:30 pm ET), now is a good time to snap up an AV deal - especially if you're looking to build your first (or expand upon an existing) Sonos system.

The deals are plentiful, available now, and see the new Beam shed $50, while the 5.1 Surround Set with Playbase and One is now only $1577, down from $1796.

With deals on individual products as well as various AV pairings, there really is something for every Sonos fan to take advantage of.

Below are the best deals available now on

Sonos Beam $399 £349 A

Sonos Beam $399 £349 A What Hi-Fi? Awards 2018 winner, this compact Sonos soundbar could transform your listening experience. It's one of the best performance-per-pound products Sonos has produced. A blinding little soundbar.

Sonos Playbar $699 $599

Sonos Playbar $699 $599 A larger, more powerful version of the Beam, the Playbar will massively improve the sound from your TV and give you immediate access to more music than you could ever possibly hope to listen to.

Sonos Playbase $699 $599

Sonos Playbase $699 $599 If you'd rather a sound solution that you can plonk your TV on top it, there’s loads to like about the Playbase, such as its impressively big, wide soundstage and stylishly minimalist, sturdy build.

Sonos 3.1 Entertainment Set with Beam $1,098 $948

Sonos 3.1 Entertainment Set with Beam $1,098 $948 The Sonos Beam plus the Sonos Sub, this AV package is Sonos' most affordable.

5.1 Surround Set with Playbase and One $1,098 $948

5.1 Surround Set with Playbase and One $1,098 $948 This sub-$1000 package marries the Playbase with a Sub and two of Sonos' Ones smart speakers (for surround rear channels).


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Becky Roberts

Becky is the managing editor of What Hi-Fi? and, since her recent move to Melbourne, also the editor of Australian Hi-Fi magazine. During her 10 years in the hi-fi industry, she has been fortunate enough to travel the world to report on the biggest and most exciting brands in hi-fi and consumer tech (and has had the jetlag and hangovers to remember them by). In her spare time, Becky can often be found running, watching Liverpool FC and horror movies, and hunting for gluten-free cake.