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

Take your music with you wherever you go by buying a Bluetooth speaker. They come in all shapes and sizes, from budget-friendly options to feature-packed devices. You should always be on the lookout for savings though, and to help you with your search, we’ve rounded up some of the best Bluetooth speaker deals that you can shop right now, including products from popular brands like Bose, Sonos, and JBL. These discounts won’t last forever though, so if you see an offer that matches your needs and fits within your budget, it’s highly recommended that you proceed with the purchase right away.

Hoey Portable — $18, was $26

The Hoey portable Bluetooth speaker on a white background.

The Hoey Portable Bluetooth speaker provides incredible value for the price. It’s an outside speaker that fits in your palm, ready to be taken with you as you go. The combination of dual-pairing and a 66-foot Bluetooth range give you an incredible amount of versatility and range as you move about with the Hoey Portable. At 50% volume, this small speaker’s battery can last for 20 hours. Speakers with this capability and price point are perfect for camping or other outdoor activities where you wouldn’t want to risk higher-quality equipment or anti-socially wear the best earbuds, but still want some sound accompaniment.

Ortizan Portable — $30, was $50

The Ortizan Portable Speaker with its control buttons showing, displayed outside.
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Ortizan’s portable speaker offers a miniature, holdable rave experience that you can take with you. In its miniature 3.1 x 3.1 x 6.7-inch, 1-pound body you’ll find a product that — from a strictly feature-based standpoint — rival those of much higher-tier products. It’s IPX7 waterproof which, to make a long story short, means it can take a beating in the getting wet department without yielding to the elements. The speakers last 30 hours on a single charge and charge via USB-C. If you like the RGB lighting of gaming speakers, then you’ll love how the Ortizan Portable Speakers kick out lights to the beat. Finally, use dual-pairing to connect two Ortizans together for wider sound coverage and stereo-style sound. While you’ll need more expensive gear to get high-fidelity, you can still choose between 3 EQ settings to get a sound you like. The Ortizan Portable Speakers are perfect for carefree outdoor fun.

Sony SRS-XB13 — $35, was $60

The Sony SRS-XB13 Extra Bass Bluetooth speaker beside a swimming pool.

It’s typical of small things to not have a deep voice. Sony, seeking to counteract this while keeping the price low, made the SRS-XB13 with extra bass. With an IP67 rating, it has some protection from both hard particles and water, making it perfect for the beach or poolside. Overall, this is a casual device that even comes with a strap that you loop around your beach umbrella, backpack, or tanning chair. Buy one for a decent on-the-go experience or grab two, connect them together, and get budget stereo sound.

JBL Flip 6 — $90, was $130

The JBL Flip 6 portable speaker.

The best portable Bluetooth speaker in our list of the best speakers, the JBL Flip 6 continues the winning streak of an impressive line of Bluetooth speakers from one of the most recognizable names in the industry. It’s engineered to deliver crystal clear and powerful sound, and it comes with an IP67 waterproof and dustproof rating so it can go with you anywhere. The device can deliver up to 12 hours of playtime on a single charge, and with JBL’s PartyBoost technology, you can pair two of them for stereo sound or multiples for wider coverage.

Bose SoundLink Revolve II — $179, was $219

The Bose SoundLink Revolve II on the sidewalk with a pair of glasses and smartphone.

For consistent and uniform 360-degree sound that’s also deep and loud, you’ll have to go for the Bose SoundLink Revolve II. The Bluetooth speaker will provide you with immersive sound, and it with its built-in speaker, you can accept calls and access your preferred digital assistant. The Bose SoundLink Revolve II’s seamless aluminum body is durable with an IP55 rating for water and dust resistance, and its battery can last up to 13 hours before you need to recharge.

Sony SRS-XG300 — $200, was $350

Sony XG300 speaker held by by hand.
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The Sony XG300 is a portable speaker with water and dust protection, a convenient handle, and a stylish exterior. Its ends have LED-based mood lighting, all controllable with the Sony Music Center app, which also lets you queue up music and connect multiple Sony speakers together in the system’s ‘Party Connect’ mode. If that’s not enough, you can also check out the Fiestable app, which also allows for karaoke and motion control. With one speaker, two tweeters, a mic that allows for simultaneous chatting via echo cancellation, and a 25-hour battery life, the Sony XG300 is sure to last through your next party and give it the ambiance you prefer.

JBL XTREME3 Portable — $280, was $380

The black version of the JBL Xtreme 3 Bluetooth speaker at a campsite.

The JBL XTREME3 Portable is an IP67 dust and water resisting portable speaker for your outings. While it can be appreciate for its music quality and it ability to be connected to two phones at once — allowing a couple to play tunes from their own phones back and forth — the form factor of this speaker is where it is at. Even when something is resistant to the elements, it doesn’t mean you want to bury it in them. The JBL XTREME3 Portable has a solid bottom, with a smile-like raising of the ends so that only the toughest part need rest on the ground. Its top houses solid, sturdy loops for an optional back strap, allowing for easy carrying. Finally, it has a bottle opener and includes a power bank, allowing you to share its 15-hour battery life with other devices in a pinch.

Sony SRS-XP500 — $300, was $400

The Sony SRS-XP500 portable Bluetooth speaker on the rooftop.

Elevate your party with the Sony SRS-XP500, a Bluetooth speaker that provides powerful sound and deep bass, while maintaining clarity even at higher volume levels. Brighten the crowd’s mood with its colorful LEDs, which you can control through the Fiestable app. The Sony SRS-XP500 can last through the whole night with its battery life of up to 20 hours, and just 10 minutes of charging through USB-C replenishes 80 minutes of playback. It can also withstand spills with its IPX4 splash resistance.

Sony SRS-XG500 — $330, was $500

Sony xg500 wireless speaker

If you want to elevate your to the next level, you should check out the Sony SRS-XG500, one of the highest-rated portable speakers on Best Buy. And at this price differential, they represent one of the best speakers you can get for the outdoors at the moment. They carry 30 hours of battery life off of a single charge, IP66 resistance for sand and water, and let both a mic and a guitar be plugged into them. Connect up with the Fiestable app or Sony Music Center app to connect to other Sony speakers, queue up your favorite karaoke hits, and customize the ring lights on the ends of the speakers. A Sony SRS-XG500 has the special X-Balanced speaker unit inside, a special Sony tech for creating bass and higher sound levels that maintain clarity, even in portable devices. It also contains two 0.98-inch tweeters, and two 4.3-inch woofers with a 20Hz minimum frequency response, allowing for deep bass response.

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