Summer sale soundbar deal: get the award-winning Sonos Beam for cheap – and more great soundbar sales

This fantastic soundbar deal is nearly the cheapest the Sonos Beam has ever been – but we've got more soundbar offers too!

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Looking for the best soundbar deal to give your TV a big audio upgrade? The T3 Award-winning Sonos Beam was already the lower-price bar to buy, and this offer at Amazon UK makes is just about the cheapest it's ever been! (It was once £5 cheaper than this, but we can live with that.)

Buy the Sonos Beam soundbar for £320 (save £79) at Amazon UK
Buy the JBL Bar Studio with Bluetooth for £69.99 (save £80) at BT Shop
Buy the Philips PB603/10 Dolby Atmos Soundbar for £209.99 (save £89) at Amazon UK

The Sonos Beam is one of the best soundbars on the planet, and is easily the best buy in this price range. The price above is a big drop from its £399 RRP, and while it can be found for more like £350, it rarely gets this kind of extra price drop.

In our five-star Sonos Beam review, we said the soundbar was "worth the price even if it was just a soundbar, Sonos Beam adds so many useful additional features that it becomes almost a no-brainer to at least consider a purchase. One day, all wireless home cinema speakers will be this versatile, this good…"

Those extra features include multi-room support as part of a Sonos system (or with Apple AirPlay 2), the ability to add other Sonos units as rear speakers for a true surround setup (oh, hey, the Sonos One SL is discounted too, whaddya know!), and the inclusion of Alexa and Google Assistant for voice control.

Plus, it sounds fantastic, of course. We said: "It delivers a BIG, adrenaline-pumping boost to the audio, with good separation of dialogue and music/effects. Given its compact dimensions, it's not surprising that the bass doesn’t descend low enough to rattle the room, but it has real power. The sound stage is really, surprisingly wide, too."

Sonos Beam soundbar | Save £79 | Now £320 at Amazon UK

Sonos Beam soundbar | Save £79 | Now £320 at Amazon UK
The Sonos Beam is a T3 Award winner, and got a glowing five star review from us, and remains the best low-price soundbar to buy in our view. That's because it sounds glorious, adding real depth and detail to TV audio, but also acts as an Alexa and Google Assistant smart speaker, plus can be part of a multi-room speaker setup. It connects over HDMI or optical.

This isn't the only juicy soundbar on offer right now, though! If you want something that's as cheap as it gets while still being from a great brand with worth features, this JBL soundbar deal is perfect:

JBL Bar Studio with Bluetooth | Was £149.99 | Now £69.99 at BT Shop

JBL Bar Studio with Bluetooth | Was £149.99 | Now £69.99 at BT Shop
The perfect low-price upgrade to bargain TVs that come with thin sound, you can connect your TV to this over HDMI or optical cable, and it gives you an instant stereo sound improvement. It also ha Bluetooth built in for streaming music or anything else to it. At over half price, it's a fantastic deal!

Or if you want something that gives you incredible bang for buck, this Philips soundbar deal is great:

Philips PB603/10 Dolby Atmos Soundbar | Was £299 | Now just £209.99 at Amazon UK

Philips PB603/10 Dolby Atmos Soundbar | Was £299 | Now just £209.99 at Amazon UK
This soundbar gives you three drivers in the main bar, with a wireless subwoofer delivering bass impact – it's the perfect simple and low-price way to add depth to a budget TV. It works with Dolby Atmos movies and TV shows to add extra spatial positioning to sounds, though don't expect it replicate what the likes of the Sonos Arc can do. It should make the stereo separation and movement of sounds more effective than ever, though. It also has Bluetooth for streaming, and connects over HDMI.

Matthew Bolton

Matt is T3's former AV and Smart Home Editor (UK), master of all things audiovisual, overseeing our TV, speakers and headphones coverage. He also covered smart home products and large appliances, as well as our toys and games articles. He's can explain both what Dolby Vision IQ is and why the Lego you're building doesn't fit together the way the instructions say, so is truly invaluable. Matt has worked for tech publications for over 10 years, in print and online, including running T3's print magazine and launching its most recent redesign. He's also contributed to a huge number of tech and gaming titles over the years. Say hello if you see him roaming the halls at CES, IFA or Toy Fair. Matt now works for our sister title TechRadar.