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The annual Prime Day deals event is a perfect time to shop, especially if you're looking to turn your home into a multi-room home theater. Those big-ticket items you've been waiting to buy, like Sonos speakers, suddenly can be even more attractive with a discounted price.

Even though Sonos doesn't support Windows officially for setting a system up anymore, it's still one of the absolute best wireless audio systems you can buy. And if you can also save some money in the process, even better. Here are the best prices on Sonos hardware right now.

Whatever scale you're looking to get into Sonos, Amazon Prime Day is a great opportunity to shop. We track the best prices and deals on Sonos hardware, so you don't have to look any further to find the best on offer right now.

Best Amazon Prime Day Sonos Speaker Prices

Sonos is best known for its music-oriented speakers. It is, after all, what made the company as well-known as it is today. Sonos' bread and butter is great-sounding wireless music throughout the home, and if that's what you're looking for, then these are the products you seek.

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Sonos Outdoor Speakers | $47 off (opens in new tab)

Your whole-home music system doesn't have to be restricted to just inside the home. These speakers introduced in 2019 feature extreme weather resistance that protects them from everything from harsh winds to precipitation to UV rays from the sun.

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Sonos Five Two Room Set | $50 off (opens in new tab)

Get this set of two for $50 cheaper than buying two individually. The Five is one of Sonos' newest speakers and hasn't seen much in the way of discounts since the events of 2020 drove prices up. This thing has huge bass, an ultra-wide soundstage, stereo sound, and more.

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Sonos In-Ceiling Speakers Renewed | $40 off (opens in new tab)

Take your Sonos setup to the next level with a whole-home audio system that's built right into your home. These in-ceiling speakers connect to the rest of the Sonos lineup (including the required amp) to really create something special to listen to music in any room. These are covered by the Amazon Renewed 90-day warranty.

Best Amazon Prime Day Sonos Home Theater Prices

Away from just music, Sonos can also make your favorite movies and TV shows sound extra special with its range of easy to use wireless home theater products. All the different products across the range can work together, which lets you truly customize your own audio setup to your needs and budget.

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Sonos Beam (opens in new tab)

The Beam makes great home theater audio an absolute breeze. It's compact, fitting even smaller entertainment centers, easy to set up, the sound is superb, and with a built-in voice assistant, you can control the TV or your smart home without lifting a finger.

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Really add some bunch to your TV with this sound bar that supports Dolby Atmos, voice control, and other feautres like Apple AirPlay 2. It's also designed to be seamless and fit in with any home decor. Mount it to the TV or just sit it below your system.

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Sonos Playbase (opens in new tab)

The Playbase has been around a while, but it's still a brilliant addition to any home theater setup, and due to its shape and size, it'll either slot in under your TV, or you'll be able to place the television on the top of it. And as it's a little older, prices may drop a little further.

Sonos Price Tracking

ModelRegular PriceBest PriceCurrent Price
Sonos Outdoor Set$800$520$743 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Sonos One SL$179$120Out of Stock (opens in new tab)
Sonos Five$600$499$499 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Sonos In-Ceiling$599$590$599 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Sonos Beam$399$299$399 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Sonos Sub$699$699Out of Stock (opens in new tab)
Sonos Playbase$699$490$649 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Scoring discounts on Sonos hardware throughout the year isn't the most common thing, so really, you have to wait for a big event like Prime Day to stand a chance of making some savings. We're still a little way out, so it's impossible to predict what may or may not be part of Prime Day, but we can at least check out pricing trends to give us an idea of how low things could go. The fact that many items are sold out now and many others saw huge price increases due to the global pandemic last year could potentially be setting Sonos up for a big year this year if supply can catch up.

One of the best tools you can use is CamelCamelCamel, which has given us the information above regarding all-time low prices. You get more than just that information, though, with a ton of pricing trend history to scroll through to compare with past big events like Prime Day and Black Friday to check out what happened in previous years.

Some of the Sonos hardware has never seen a meaningful price drop on Amazon, so it's worth making sure you're fully aware of regular prices and keep tabs on posts like this and use the tracking tools at your disposal to make sure you also don't get duped into a bad deal.

Getting the right Sonos speaker for you

It's easy to get carried away shopping for new tech, especially around big shopping events like Amazon Prime Day. There are some pretty easy things to consider, though, before you pull the trigger.

The first is your budget. Whatever you're buying, you should research regular prices first and set yourself a budget that you're happy to pay. It's only a good deal if it's a price you're happy with.

The big one with Sonos, in particular, is considering just what you want to do with your system. If music is your primary focus, then the Sonos One or Sonos One SL are the best places to start. They sound great, but they're both small and easy to live with anywhere in the house, and it's the most inexpensive way to dip a toe and make sure that the Sonos ecosystem truly is for you.

If you're more interested in home theater, then you immediately want to swing towards products like the Beam and the Playbase. The Beam is a pretty hot product, so availability is a little thin right now. Still, it's also one of the more affordable soundbar solutions given its ease of use and integration with the rest of the Sonos family. It's also a big Amazon Echo with Alexa built right in, so it can also double up and control your TV and smart home.

Richard Devine is an Editor at Windows Central. A former Project Manager and long-term tech addict, he joined Mobile Nations in 2011 and has been found on Android Central and iMore as well as Windows Central. Currently you'll find him covering all manner of PC hardware and gaming, and you can follow him on Twitter and Instagram.