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These are the best cheap Bluetooth speaker deals for September 2020

Bluetooth speakers are the best thing since sliced bread, breathing fresh life into every cycling trip, trail hike, sunbathing expedition, and weekend shindig. But these puppies often come with a hefty price tag — if you want a good one that can withstand a quick dip in the pool or a tumble from a table, that is. Fortunately, every once in a while a retailer discounts a must-have model from the likes of JBL and Ultimate Ears, and we swoop in to catalog it right here in our collection of the very best Bluetooth speaker deals.

With Prime Day deals right around the corner, however, you may want to consider waiting for Amazon to drop its massive list of sales before you buy.

Today’s best Bluetooth speaker deals

  • Toshiba TY-WSP200$40, was $80
  • DeWalt 20V Max$90, was $90
  • JBL Charge 3$120, was $150
  • Beats Pill+$125, was $180
  • Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 6$200, was $480
  • Marshall Kilburn II$200, was $250
  • Jabra Speak 710$265, was $315
20-HOUR BATTERY LIFE

Ultimate Ears Megaboom 3

$100 $200
Expires soon
The Ultimate Ears Megaboom 3 isn't all that dissimilar to the standard UE Boom 3, with the main differences being that it has a slightly bigger battery, more powerful sound, and thundering bass.
15-HOUR BATTERY LIFE

Ultimate Ears Boom 2 UE

$75 $180
Expires soon
The Ultimate Ears Boom 2 UE is one of the best Bluetooth speakers on the market, offering protection from drops, as well as waterproofing and dust-resistance, and deep, powerful bass.
15-HOUR BATTERY LIFE

Ultimate Ears Boom 3

$140 $150
Expires soon
With a robust, dust- and water-resistant shell, the Ultimate Ears Boom 3 is bound to withstand the occasional drop onto concrete and even a dip in the pool, without sacrificing sound quality.
12-HOUR BATTERY LIFE

JBL Flip 4

$80 $100
Expires soon
With loud, floor-rumbling sound, a durable, waterproof frame, and lasting for up to 12 hours on a single charge, the JBL Flip 4 bound to be the life of the party — both inside and outside the pool.
10-HOUR BATTERY LIFE

JBL Clip 3

$59 $70
Expires soon
Take your tunes anywhere with this compact portable speaker. The carabiner clip makes it easy to hang the speaker from just about anything, and IPX7 waterproof rating will keep it safe from liquids.
10-HOUR BATTERY LIFE

Ultimate Ears Wonderboom

$70 $100
Expires soon
You won't find a better Bluetooth speaker under $100 than the Ultimate Ears Wonderboom, with it both looking and sounding like something a lot more high-end. Heck, it can even float in water.

Insignia Sonic

$30 $70
Expires soon
A perfectly middle-of-the-road option, the Insignia Sonic Bluetooth speaker is a decent option that gives you exactly what you pay for, with good sound at a good price.

Marshall Tufton

$320 $400
Expires soon
Not only is it stylish, but the Marshall Tufton can deliver a spectacular listening experience that you can't afford to miss, with over 20 hours of battery, IPX2 water-resistance, and a strong bass.

Jensen JSB-1000 Hi-Res Wireless Speaker with Chromecast

$110 $140
Expires soon
It's not a Google device, but with Chromecast built-in, the Jensen JSB-1000 Bluetooth speaker is a great way for Google Home users to stream audio content from Spotify, Pandora, Google Play, and more.

JBL Go 2

$29 $40
Expires soon
If you aren't too prickly with sound quality and prefer a budget-friendly and portable Bluetooth speaker, the JBL Go 2 is definitely a great option, designed for portability wherever.

Urbanears Rålis

$160 $200
Expires soon
It may be small, but the Urbanears Rålis can deliver studio-class music that even your neighbors can dance to without any auditory distortion or lossy degradation.

Klipsch The Three II

$320 $400
Expires soon
With universal connectivity, the Klipsch The Three II Bluetooth speaker is a great option that has greater sound quality than it looks would suggest, pumping out robust beats that'll send you dancin'.

Insignia Mini Sonic

$20 $40
Expires soon
A smaller version of the Insignia Sonic, the Mini Sonic delivers everything its larger variant can but packed in a far more pocket-friendly design, built with dual channel speakers for great sound.

Marshall Acton II

$230 $250
Expires soon
Compact and packed with jacked beats, the Marshall Acton II Bluetooth speaker is a concert all on its own, built with its own dual tweeters and subwoofer for top-notch sound.

JBL Charge 3

$120 $149
Expires soon
A fan favorite among audiophiles, the JBL CHarge 3 isn't the latest model, but it still delivers and stands strong among the titans in the market with its powerful, high fidelity sound.

Klipsch The One II

$199 $250
Expires soon
The One, the only, this Klipsch Bluetooth speaker can turn any house into a home with its fully boosted music, delivering bombastic music that'll elevate any song into a masterpiece.

Sony SRS-XB43

$190 $250
Expires soon
In entertainment, Sony is king; and their SRS-XB43 Bluetooth speaker, with a heart-pumping bass, revolutionary wireless features, and high-fidelity sound, is undoubtedly one of the best around.

Marshall Stanmore II

$290 $350
Expires soon
If you've ever wanted to hold a private concert for one, the Marshall Stanmore II Bluetooth speaker is the one to beat, held on a pedestal for being one of the most flexible in Marshall's catalog.

Insignia Rugged

$10 $20
Expires soon
If music quality and looks take a backseat to price value, then this Insignia rugged Bluetooth speaker is possibly one of the cheapest options around, where even at retail price it costs only $20.

Ultimate Ears Megaboom LE

$100 $250
Expires soon
The Ultimate Ears Megaboom LE Bluetooth speaker is a beast when it comes to music, capable of delivering ear-trembling sound in a wide omnidirectional range.

Sony SRS-XB12

$40 $60
Expires soon
This little pup has a bark that'd put any bite to shame, packed with Sony's innovative Extra Bass technology for air-quaking music without any of the heavy-duty equipment.

Marshall Stockwell II

$161 $200
Expires soon
When it comes to music, you can't go wrong with the classics, and this Marshall Stockwell II Bluetooth speaker embodies it to a T, packed with a built-in subwoofer for intense, blood-pumping sound.

Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay P2

$146 $170
Expires soon
What could possibly the most compact Bluetooth speaker around, the Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay P2 is a pocket-friendly must-have that can provide a surprising degree of high quality sound for its size.

How to choose a Bluetooth speaker

So you’re shopping for a cheap Bluetooth speaker, huh? The first thing you’re going to want to do is figure out what you’re going to use it for and the features that could be of use. If you’re looking for one for use around around the house, a virtual assistant like Amazon Alexa could be a worthwhile addition. However, if you need a waterproof Bluetooth speaker to take to the beach, we recommend opting for one that can survive a knock, bump, and splash. Not sure where to start? Take a look at our list of the best Bluetooth speakers.

Follow this straightforward advice and you’ll have no trouble snapping up a cheap Bluetooth speaker that will no doubt be a loyal companion for years to come. But fall into the trap of impulse purchasing the first one that falls into your budget and you could be in for a nasty surprise when it arrives and it’s missing the crucial feature you had your heart set on — be it Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Sonos-style multi-room sharing, all-day battery life, or something as simple as the option to connect multiple devices at once.

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