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Save £180 on this Sonos Beam 5.0 surround sound set, and give your living room the next-gen upgrade

Sonos Beam surround sound set
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If you're looking to add a sprinkle of Sonos audio to your living room setup, this amazing Sonos Beam 5.0 surround sound deal is definitely worth a look. This deal, direct from Sonos itself, will see you save £180 on a set that includes the Sonos Beam itself, and one pair of One SL speakers, which all connect together over Wi-Fi to create a surround sound system for your living room. The set altogether only costs £577 with this deal, which is pretty amazing seeing as the Sonos Beam solo is usually £399, and a single One SL speaker is normally £179.

The Sonos Beam itself comes with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa support built-in, and its audio has been tuned by Oscar-winning sound engineers, so you know it's going to deliver delicious audio - particularly if you've invested in a PS5 or Xbox Series X, which have their own emphasis on audio improvements for next-gen gaming.

Sonos Beam + Pair of SL speakers | £757

Sonos Beam + Pair of SL speakers | £757 £577 at Sonos
Get the Sonos Beam with a pair of the One SL speakers for the ultimate sound experience for your next-gen setup.  This is an incredible deal given how much you get.

If this particular deal isn't floating your boat, several retailers are offering the Sonos Beam for £299 right now, which is a saving of £100 over the usual RRP. Check out those offers below:

Sonos Beam soundbar in white | £399

Sonos Beam soundbar in white | £399 £299 at Amazon
Over at Amazon, you can get the white Sonos Beam for the same £299 price tag, which is brilliant if you've got a white TV unit and want your soundbar to visually just melt away. 

Sonos Beam soundbar | £399

Sonos Beam soundbar | £399 £299 at John Lewis
John Lewis is offering £100 off the black Sonos Beam right now, which is a rare saving on this regularly completely out of stock soundbar.

If you're more interested in more ways to bulk out your next-gen setup, please check out our Black Friday gaming headset deals

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