Philips Hue bulb deal for Sonos fans: get £150 off a Hue and Sonos bundle!

Cheap smart bulbs controlled by discounted multi-room speakers – now you are officially living in the future

Philips Hue White + Colour Ambience Mini Starter Pack plus Sonos One deal
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If you like Philips Hue smart light deals and you like Sonos speaker deals, have we got a deal for you…  Philips makes the best smart bulbs, Sonos makes the best multi-room speakers. Both are quite premium priced. In recent years with the Sonos One and Sonos Beam, the latter brand has dipped a toe in the smart speaker area, incorporating Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. And Alexa and Assistant can be used to control… Philips Hue bulbs!

Well, you can see where this is all going.

Right now, John Lewis has a Sonos One deal on, with the speaker reduced in price by £11. Okay, that is not a heart-stopping discount. However it is also doing THIS:

• Buy two Sonos Ones at John Lewis for £378 (£22 off RRP) and get a FREE Philips Hue White and Colour ambiance mini starter kit (opens in new tab)

The Hue starter kit in question has an RRP of £135 (although actually it's £78 at Amazon (opens in new tab) right now). Add the double Sonos One deal discount and you're saving a big £157 on RRP.

We often see the Philips Hue Starter Kits getting a price cut – here's how to stock up on Hue bulbs cheaply now (opens in new tab). Amazon is forever doing deals where you get an Echo speaker with your bulbs (or is it vice versa?) However, Hue + Sonos deals are still an unusual occurrence. You may not see its like again until Black Friday deals arrive. 

How long will this deal last? I have no idea. So smart speaker and smart bulb enthusiasts should fill your boots tout de suite.

Specifically, this deal is on the Philips Hue White and Colour ambiance mini starter kit E27 (product code: 929001257307) and B22 (product code: 929001257407). In other words, 2 Hue bulbs, 1 Hue bridge, in your choice of screw-cap or bayonet fitments.

Oh, and the same Buy a Sonos, get a free Hue deal applies if you buy a Sonos Beam at John Lewis (opens in new tab) too.

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Sonos One (Gen 2) £189 | Was £200| Save: £11 at John Lewis (opens in new tab)
The Sonos One does what Amazon Echo does, but is a LOT better, if you are a music lover. £11 off isn't a bad discount on its own and if you buy two, as John Lewis suggests, you're saving £22, by my maths. They could be used in different rooms, or as a stereo pair, or even as a pair of rear surround sound speakers, in conjunction with a Sonos soundbar. However the real magic happens if you add…

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Philips Hue White and Colour ambiance mini starter kit £Free | Was £135 | Save a total of £157 at John Lewis (opens in new tab)
Two bulbs + one bridge + (2x Sonos) = FREE.
(Or £378 to be strictly accurate)

Duncan has been writing about tech for almost 15 years, during which time he has attended every event going, apart from Apple ones, as he mysteriously doesn't get invited to them. He has covered everything from smartphones to headphones, TV to AC and air fryers to the movies of James Bond and obscure anime. 

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