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Best Bluetooth speaker deals: Save on Marshall, Sonos, JBL, and more

Sonos Move 2 in white, sitting on charging base.
Sonos

With a Bluetooth speaker in your arsenal, you can get a party started wherever you want. If you’re interested in buying one, you should take a look at the Bluetooth speaker deals that we’ve rounded up below, including our top picks for the value that you can get from them. Some features that you can look for include extreme portability, waterproof design, long battery life, and powerful sound, though you should be willing to pay more if you want all of them from your Bluetooth speaker. Fortunately you can get some savings with these discounts we’ve found, but time may already be running out for some of these bargains so you better hurry.

Insignia Mini Sonic — $20, was $40

An Insignia Mini Sonic portable speaker strapped to a backpack.
Insignia

The Insignia Mini Sonic is an affordable Bluetooth speaker that’s very easy to carry around with you as it only weighs about 0.5 pounds — if you can bring two of them, you can pair them to separately play left-channel and right-channel audio. The Bluetooth speaker can connect to devices up to 33 feet away, and it can even accept hands-free calls if linked with a smartphone because it has a built-in microphone and a call answer button. The Insignia Mini Sonic is water-resistant, and it can last up to 23 hours on a single charge.

Ultimate Ears Wonderboom 3 — $60, was $100

Two UE Wonderboom 3 speakers held side-by-side.
Ultimate Ears / Ultimate Ears

The Ultimate Ears Wonderboom 3 is featured in our list of the best Bluetooth speakers as the best floatable speaker for the pool. It’s IP67 waterproof rated, which not only means it can withstand being submerged up to 1 meter for up to 30 minutes, but it can also float on water to play music in the middle of a pool party. The Ultimate Ears Wonderboom 3 offers a 14-hour battery life, a wireless range of 131 feet, and 360-degree sound. You can also press the Outdoor Boost button if you want to get better sound that’s tuned for outdoor environments.

JBL Flip 6 — $95, was $130

The JBL Flip 6 portable speaker. 

The JBL Flip 6 is our choice among the best Bluetooth speakers as the best rugged speaker for outdoorsy types, with an IP67 waterproof and dustproof rating and a durable cylindrical design that will easily withstand daily wear and tear. Its audio output is very loud and clear for its size, and you can use it with JBL’s PartyBoost feature to connect it to compatible JBL speakers for extra volume and synchronized music across a wider area. The JBL Flip 6 gives 12 hours of playtime with a full charge.

Marshall Acton III — $230, was $280

The Marshall third-gen home speaker sitting on a bedside table
Marshall

The retro design of the Marshall Acton III is a head-turner, but the Bluetooth speaker isn’t just about its looks. It offers a wider stereo soundstage compared to its predecessors, and they’re very easy to pair with your mobile devices. You can also use a 3.5mm input with the speaker, for more connectivity options. The Marshall Acton III works with the Marshall Bluetooth app, enabling Bluetooth LE Audio compatibility that will allow it to deliver a lower-latency audio stream for higher quality, while also being gentler on its battery life.

Sonos Move — $362, was $399

Sonos Move 2 in white on green park bench.
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The Sonos Move is a multi-use speaker that can easily switch from a Bluetooth speaker that you can take anywhere to a Wi-Fi-connected smart speaker at home. As a Bluetooth speaker, it cna last for up to 11 hours on a single charge, it’s weather-resistant with an IP56 rating, and it’s protected from accidental drops by an ultra-durable and shock-resistant case. Once you’re back home, you can charge it on its base, and once connected to your Wi-Fi network, you’ll be able to access Amazon’s Alexa through voice commands with the Sonos Move.

More Bluetooth speaker deals we love

In case you want to look at other Bluetooth speaker deals, we’ve listed other offers that you can check out. Whether you’re on a tight budget or you’re willing to splurge, there’s surely something for you here, but you’re going to have to hurry with your purchase. Some of these bargains are only available for a limited time, which means you may miss out on the savings if you keep delaying.

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