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Sonos AirPlay lineup hits all-time low pricing, official Apple Watch Bands 50% off, more in today’s deals

One of the best Sonos sales ever highlights today’s 9to5Toys Lunch Break, along with rare deals on official Apple Watch bands and the annual pre-Prime Day Anker event at Amazon. Hit the jump for more.

New eBay Sonos sale takes 20% off

WorldWide Stereo’s official eBay storefront is taking an extra 20% off various Sonos speakers, marking some of the best prices we’ve tracked to date. You’ll find the full lot on this landing page, just be sure that it says extra 20% off next to the listing to ensure eligibility. Full discount displayed at final checkout.

Headlining for us is the Sonos Play:5 AirPlay-enabled Smart Speaker for $399. Regularly $499, that’s a $100 discount and the best price we’ve tracked. This flagship Sonos speaker delivers substantial power, access to AirPlay, multi-room capabilities, and more. We loved it in our hands-on review.

Official Apple Watch Bands see rare 50% discount

Walmart is offering official Apple Watch Sport Loop and Sport Bands in a number of colors for $25. These bands typically sell for $49, with today’s offer marking the second-best we’ve tracked all-time. You can choose from five colors on the Sport Loop or three different shades on the Sport Band. Both models fit 42 and 44mm configurations. It’s rare to see any type of discounts on Apple’s in-house Watch bands, so be sure to check out this offer as it’s certain to be gone quickly. If you’re not finding your ideal style in this deal, jump over to our roundup of the best third-party Apple Watch bands for more styles. Deals start at just $5, with a wide range of options for every look.

Anker launches pre-Prime Day sale

Anker has launched its pre-Prime Day sale, discounting a few of its latest accessories. Some of these deals are exclusive to Prime members, and we’ve denoted those as required. That includes our lead deal, which requires Prime to grab Anker’s latest PowerWave 10 Dual Qi Pad Charger for $46. That brings it down from $60 and is the best price we’ve tracked since it was announced. This dual Qi wireless charger lets you power up two devices at once. Can charge iPhones at 7.5W or select Android devices at 10W. Check out all of our top picks from today’s sale right here.

Pad & Quill offers up to 65% off iPhone cases, much more

Pad & Quill is now offering 15% off sitewide. You’re looking at everything from premium iPhone and iPad cases to leather messenger bags, backpacks, wallets, Apple Watch bands, Pencil accessories and much more at an additional 15% off. While it’s hard to go wrong at Pad & Quill during these sales, you’ll want to head below for details on how to get even deeper price drops. Shop all of the deals right here.

Never lose your wallet again and grab four Tile Trackers for $42

Amazon is currently offering the Tile Mate with Replaceable Battery and Tile Slim Bluetooth Item Finder Four-Pack for $42. Typically selling for $70, that saves you 40%, beats our previous mention by $3 and is a new Amazon all-time low. Tile’s Mate and Slim trackers both feature a waterproof design as well as a 300-foot range, which is 100 feet more than that of the company’s other trackers. Plus with four trackers, this bundle makes it easy to keep track of everything from your backpack and keys to wallet and more. And with a replaceable CR1632 battery, you’ll be able to extend the life of each item finder well into the future.

9to5Mac Deal of the Month: HyperCube

Automatically backup photos & more to microSD or USB storage while you charge your iPhone or other smartphones. Special $29 pre-order price (40% off). HyperCube is the latest product from Sanho’s Hyper brand, which we’ve long been big fans of from its excellent USB-C hubs, battery packs, and more. On one side the HyperCube has a microSD card slot and a male USB connector to plug into your iPhone charger or whatever USB port you use to charge your phone, or even the 2018 iPad Pro. The other side has two female USB-ports, one to plug in your iPhone and the other to connect a USB drive to store the backups. A free app lets you access and stream anything stored on the HyperCube.

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Expand your Sonos system with this 20% off promotion and new all-time lows

WorldWide Stereo’s official eBay storefront is taking an extra 20% off various Sonos speakers, marking some of the best prices we’ve tracked to date. You’ll find the full lot on this landing page, just be sure that it says extra 20% off next to the listing to ensure eligibility. Full discount displayed at final checkout. Headlining for us is the Sonos Play:5 AirPlay-enabled Smart Speaker for $399.20 shipped. Regularly $499, that’s a nearly $100 discount and the best price we’ve tracked. This flagship Sonos speaker delivers substantial power, access to AirPlay, multi-room capabilities, and more. We loved it in our hands-on review and Amazon customers largely agree, leaving a 4.1/5 star rating.

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If Sonos is too pricey for your current budget, consider outfitting your space with an Echo from Amazon. You can pair multiple speakers around your home and still achieve multi-room audio for much less than Sonos. The 2nd generation Echo is currently on sale for $70, which is at least $49 less than today’s featured deals above.

Sonos Play:5 features:

  • Experience pure, vibrant sound with Play:5, tuned by renowned producer Giles Martin. Control it with the Sonos app, Apple AirPlay 2, and more.
  • Three custom-designed woofers deliver rich bass while the sealed architecture eliminates reverb and echo.
  • Pair two Play:5s in the upright position and each speaker smartly adjusts to mono for incredibly detailed stereo separation. Place a single Play:5 horizontally and it plays stereo sound automatically.
  • Use the line-in to connect your turntable or a friend’s phone with the included 3.5mm jack.

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The Play:5 — specifically the 2015-released "Gen-2" model — is one of the most beloved Sonos speakers of all time. For years, it was the company's biggest and best-sounding standalone speaker (and the only one with a line-in connection to hook up a turntable). The problem is that, today, it's really difficult to buy.

There's a very sensible reason Sonos doesn't make the Play:5 (Gen 2) anymore. Instead, it makes a version that looks and sounds virtually identical, and goes for the same $500 price, the Five. So what's the problem? Nothing for new buyers. But it's a bit of a headache for anyone, like me, who owns a Play:5 (Gen 2) and wants to turn it into a larger system by making a stereo pair.

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Sonos says the upgraded internals of the Five are more future-proof, but that's at the cost of being past-compatible: The Play:5 (Gen 2) and the Five can't be stereo paired together. And, sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but there's just no way around it.

This wouldn't be such an issue if the Play:5 (Gen 2) speaker was easy to find and buy. But it isn't. At all. A dwindling supply plus a growing demand for completing stereo pairs means these speakers are very much and even increasingly in demand. After all, until their resale price exceeds $1,000, it's still cheaper to buy one at a markup to complete your stereo pair than it is to buy two new Fives.

There is one silver lining: The difficulty of buying a new Play:5 (Gen 2) prevents you from doubling down your investment on aging hardware. Though speakers are typically timeless (vintage units still sound incredible), the digital guts in Sonos speakers means that, eventually, they are all but certainly going to be left behind by new software. That's a price you're paying for convenience. And while getting rid of your Play:5 now is a headache, it may put the pain of obsolescence a little further off into the future.

Meanwhile, if you have a Play:5 (Gen 2) speaker and you really want a true stereo sound, you have a few options — but none of them are super ideal.

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Look out for a refurbished Play:5 (Gen 2) from Sonos.

Sonos doesn't sell new Play:5 speakers anymore, but it does occasionally sell refurbished models from the "Certified Refurbished" section of its website, which normally go for $399. The problem is that they're very rare. At the time of writing, the Play:5 (Gen 2) is the only new-ish Sonos speaker that you can't buy a refurbished model of. You buy refurbished models of the Play:1, One, One SL, Arc, Beam, Playbar and Sub — but not the Play:5. And when Sonos does make refurbished models of the Play:5 (Gen 2) available, which is almost exclusively during the holidays, they sell out fast. Like, almost instantly.

Best Buy also occasionally sells refurbished Play:5 speakers but I can't remember the last time they were available. (I've been looking for months.)

Buy a wicked expensive Play:5 (Gen 2) from Amazon.

If you go on Amazon, you can buy a new Play:5 (Gen 2) speaker — but it's so expensive that it's hardly justifiable. At the time of writing this, Amazon is currently selling them for $690 a pop, and that's down from a peak price of $750 earlier this year. It's an extremely hard sell considering that you can buy a Five, a newer version of that speaker, for several hundred bucks less. Or two Fives that you can actually pair for just a few hundred bucks more.

Buy a preowned Play:5 (Gen 2) from eBay.

The "best deal" you can get on a used Play:5 (Gen 2) speaker is if you were to buy one on eBay or from some other third-party seller. You can sometimes find them on eBay for less than $300. The problem that they aren't certified refurbished by Sonos or Buy Buy's Geek Squad, so you're wading into unknown territory. Most third-party sellers have pretty good return policies, but you're going to have to watch your step and be prepared for the possibility of an adventure if you take this route.

Bite the bullet and buy two new Fives.

Even if you don't want to buy on eBay, you can try to get rid of your own used Play:5 (2nd Gen) by selling it on eBay, Craigslist, or elsewhere, and use that money to fund the purchase of a new pair of current-gen Fives.

You can't trade in your Play:5 (Gen 2) speaker to Sonos which got rid of its controversial trade in program in 2020 and replaced it with an Upgrade Program. Instead, you can get a discount of up to 15 percent on new speakers if you provide proof of purchase for older ones. If you qualify for 15 percent discounts on both speakers (which you need to have two older Sonos speakers to be able to do), you're going to get $150 off ($75 off each), bringing your total to around $850.

Maybe, just maybe, if you get lucky with your own Play:5 resale, you can come out having spent nothing more than a chunk of your time.

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Best Sonos deals and cheapest prices (October 2021)

Sonos remains one of the best wireless multi-room music systems on the market. The brand that kick-started the multi-room speaker category now has a whole range of products, from the Sonos One and Move wireless speakers to the Sonos Arc and Beam TV soundbars. 

There's also now a new portable Bluetooth Sonos speaker, the Sonos Roam, while rumours persist that we will see the first Sonos headphones by the end of 2021. 

The increasing number of products on the market means you can now find decent deals on Sonos speakers and soundbars – including on the latest models. 

Below we've outlined the differences between all the various Sonos devices to help you make an informed buying decision, and found the lowest price on every Sonos product from our selection of trusted retailers. 

There aren't a huge number of deals across the Sonos range right now, we might have to wait for Black Friday for that, but there are savings on the Sonos One, Beam and Playbase, plus on selected older devices.

Sonos Roam

Finally a truly portable Sonos Bluetooth speaker. Much lighter and smaller than the Move, see below, the new Roam is IP67 rated, meaning complete water and dust resistance and its built-in battery has the stamina for up to 10 hours of playback. The Sonos Roam comes with a USB-C charging cable and is compatible with standard Qi wireless chargers. You can use the Sonos app and get all of the normal features, or play music over AirPlay or Bluetooth. It's a party-starting sound, too, with punch and bass, and plenty of excitement. You might get a clearer, more detailed sound from the very best Bluetooth speakers at this price, but thanks to everything Sonos offers, the Roam remains a good option.

Sonos Move

Before the Roam, the Sonos Move was the first portable Bluetooth Sonos speaker, albeit a large and heavy one. Sonos managed to deliver good quality sound, with an open delivery that goes nice and loud. Thanks to the battery and new wireless connection option, the Sonos Move is pretty much ideal for anyone who's been waiting for a more versatile Sonos speaker. It is on the expensive side, putting it up against some stronger sonic competition, and surprisingly chunky for a portable speaker, but otherwise the Move is a fine option. 

Sonos Beam

The Sonos Beam was the first Sonos speaker to add an HDMI connection. This means it's ideal for boosting the sound from your TV, while also giving you all the familiar Sonos multi-room music features. Voice control is here, too, and, at this price, it's a solid bargain.

Sonos One

The Sonos One remains one of the cheapest Sonos wireless speakers - and now it's even better value, thanks to a Gen 2 update. The differences between the two are slight. The Gen 2 gets Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), an updated processor, and increased memory, but the sound quality and feature set remains the same. And you can make a saving on the Sonos One right now.

Sonos One SL

The Sonos One SL is supposedly identical to the Sonos One but without the built-in microphones and voice assistant support. So if you want something a little simpler, there's scope for a saving with the One SL.

Sonos Arc

The best Sonos soundbar? It just might be. The Sonos Arc isn't cheap but it does add Dolby Atmos to the party and deliver the most impressive version of surround sound we've heard from a Sonos speaker, and indeed, one of the best from any soundbar on the market. And of course it's also a multi-room wireless speaker with app and voice control, plus access to practically every music streaming service on the planet. 

Sonos Playbar

If you’re looking for a simple device to make a profound difference to your TV's sound, then the Sonos Playbar is an excellent option. It also brings immediate access to more music than you could ever possibly hope to listen to and all without having to get involved with a bona fide surround sound set up. 

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Sonos Playbase

If you prefer a soundbase to a soundbar, then the Playbase is your only option where Sonos is concerned. Luckily, it's a pretty good. It creates a big, broad soundstage and a solid, natural bass. It's also aesthetically stylish and reassuringly well put together. The treble can be a bit edgy when it gets really loud but it's still a fine buy, particularly if you spot a discount.

Sonos Play:5

The biggest, boldest and most powerful speaker in the Sonos range, the Play:5 can fill even the biggest room with a rich, powerful sound. Some new rivals might beat it on pure audio performance, but as an addition to a Sonos system, it's still terrific quality. And you can make a good saving right now on the original price.

Sonos Play:3 

Like the majority of Sonos's wireless speakers, the Play:3 is another cracking performer and if you can find one, then you should get a good price. Again, maybe a refurbished or, as Amazon calls it, renewed model. No touch-sensitive controls or voice assistants, but all the control and streaming functionality of the Sonos family is there. Naturally you get a lift in performance over the Play:1 too.

Sonos Play:1

The original, small but beautiful Sonos Play:1 remains an accomplished performer for sound - although it's pretty hard to find on sale right now. If you do spot one, perhaps secondhand on eBay or the Sonos Refurbished site, then while it's light on the bells and whistles of the Sonos One - such as voice control - it's still a decent option. 


Ebay sonos connect

The Sonos Connect:Amp has been around for over a decade. It’s an amplified receiver that integrates unpowered speaker pairs into a Sonos wireless system. Essentially, it lets you use your old passive speakers just like Sonos speakers. Last fall, however, Sonos introduced its new Amp, which is an all-around better version of the Connect:Amp. The new Amp is twice as powerful and has an HDMI ARC port, so you can also hook it directly to your TV and play your TV’s audio throughout your house. The new Sonos Amp just went on sale in early 2019.

Sonos still sells the Connect:Amp for $499, which is still the better option for anybody who doesn’t need to power really expensive speakers or hook up their speakers to their TV (the Amp essentially works as an AV receiver). Right now, you can find discounted Connect:Amp models on eBay and B&H for roughly $370, although they are refurbished.

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