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2 x SONOS One SL Wireless Multi-room Speaker Black / White £268 (£134 each) with code + 6 Months Spotify Premium @ Currys
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2 x SONOS One SL Wireless Multi-room Speaker Black / White £268 (£134 each) with code + 6 Months Spotify Premium @ Currys

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Posted 14th Feb

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Buy 2 x SONOS One SL Wireless Multi-room Speaker in black or white and get for £268 using code SONOS50, which works out at £134 each. You also get 6 months Spotify Premium (new accounts). Some people may be able to get further savings through using Curry's discounted gift cards via a work scheme. If you prefer to buy from John Lewis or Amazon they have the same promotion running.

  • Works with Amazon Alexa / Google Assistant
  • WiFi / Apple AirPlay
  • Wirelessly connect to other Sonos speakers
  • 2 Year Guarantee
  • Free delivery

Enter code SONOS50 at checkout

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SONOS One SL Wireless Multi-room Speaker - Black / White Multi-room listening

Connect the Sonos One SL to other Sonos speakers to create your own multi-room audio experience in your home. Expand your home sound system by placing speakers in different rooms and have the same song playing throughout your home. You can also choose to play different songs in different rooms, so everyone can listen to what they want off the same sound system.

Simple control

Manage your music and speaker groups with the Sonos Controller app. Alternatively, you can use the speaker's touch controls, stream directly using Apple AirPlay 2, or control using your Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant speaker (sold separately).

Superior sound

The Sonos One SL delivers rich, room-filling sound to create immersive audio.
Pair two Sonos Ones together in the same room for instant stereo sound. A Sonos One stereo pair must be comprised of two Sonos One or One SL speakers (cannot be paired with different Sonos speakers).
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Why can't they just sell them at £134 each, surely they'd sell more
Also on the Sonos website, although at a higher price. A shame it can't be used in conjuntion with the 30% trade-in scheme.
daver7714/02/2020 14:10

Also on the Sonos website, although at a higher price. A shame it can't be …Also on the Sonos website, although at a higher price. A shame it can't be used in conjuntion with the 30% trade-in scheme.


You’re gonna trigger people with comments like that.
daver7714/02/2020 14:23

Yes you can


Thank you! (and sorry, i'd found the answer online and just deleted my original question as you posted this answer. Makes the thread a bit messy, my bad.)
Edited by: "RoscoPeeeColtrane" 14th Feb
daver7714/02/2020 14:10

Also on the Sonos website, although at a higher price. A shame it can't be …Also on the Sonos website, although at a higher price. A shame it can't be used in conjuntion with the 30% trade-in scheme.


It's that scheme still active even though they said all units will continue to work?
Anyone know when this offer will end?
paully14/02/2020 14:28

It's that scheme still active even though they said all units will …It's that scheme still active even though they said all units will continue to work?



Yes it is. Nothing changed with that Sonos CEO announcement, old units will still not work with newer units from May.
What's the average life span on these things?
marnstars14/02/2020 14:37

What's the average life span on these things?


They are supported for updates for 5 years from the last date they are sold directly by Sonos (i.e. the last time they are sold on the Sonos website). So, if Sonos sell them for 5 years and you buy them at launch, they will get updates for 10 years.
Edited by: "markdavey1972" 14th Feb
Wouldn't trust Sonos with a 10 foot barge pole at the moment so I wouldn't count too highly on continued support. Have certainly had my Play5 and Connect Amp less than 5 years and they are going to stop supporting them.
daver7714/02/2020 14:32

Yes it is. Nothing changed with that Sonos CEO announcement, old units …Yes it is. Nothing changed with that Sonos CEO announcement, old units will still not work with newer units from May.


Mine are almost entirely old units so I'll be fine, and I don't need to link them to my one "new" unit. I didn't realise the trade-in deal was still active.
I was hesitant about spending so much on two speakers but i bought a couple (at a higher price) and have to say the sound is brilliant
Chanchi3214/02/2020 14:53

says 24th March, so running for a good month


Awesome thanks Chanchi32. I tried googling the terms etc for it but got lost in the ether. Now i can wait for my currys gift card to spend on it
daver7714/02/2020 14:32

Yes it is. Nothing changed with that Sonos CEO announcement, old units …Yes it is. Nothing changed with that Sonos CEO announcement, old units will still not work with newer units from May.


That's not quite what it said.
Same deal also with Richer Sounds which comes with 6 year guarantee!!
mail4414/02/2020 15:02

That's not quite what it said.


He worded it to sound a bit ambiguous, but you won't be able to group old and new products together.

"We are working on a way to split your system so that modern products work together and get the latest features, while legacy products work together and remain in their current state. We’re finalizing details on this plan and will share more in the coming weeks."
Edited by: "daver77" 14th Feb
Think you’ve got the wrong description. The One SL speakers don’t have Alexa/Google stuff built in. That’s the “One” of which 2 x speakers with discount would be £350
Got one of the original Sonos Play:1 and I've oddly never been that impressed by it. I've always found the app slow/clunky and it's restricted to it insofar I would've had to buy my way out with a Connect:AMP. Couldn't get decent latency with my desktop via unofficial methods. I knew it was locked down but I didn't know the extent and that it just wouldn't work for me at all. I didn't do enough research and went by the idea of "cool! A WiFi speaker!".

As a mono speaker the sound was just OK and with the impression it left I didn't want to get myself stuck in deeper with a stereo pair. I'm glad I didn't.

I'm somewhat anomalous; most people seem to like these speakers and get on well with them; mines never got much use and been "one of those" purchases. I kinda wish I could sell it back to Sonos for the price I paid.
Edited by: "schmoog" 14th Feb
LOL_is_stupid14/02/2020 15:31

Think you’ve got the wrong description. The One SL speakers don’t have Ale …Think you’ve got the wrong description. The One SL speakers don’t have Alexa/Google stuff built in. That’s the “One” of which 2 x speakers with discount would be £350


Description seems fine as says can use google or Alexa speaker (sold separately). So if you have an echo dot on the same network it will work fine with that.
Same price on Amazon, and next day delivery if you have Prime?
I have a number of Sonos units. Wont be buying any more after the fiasco of not being supported with updated software. Means they have a limited lifespan.
As I predicted just a week or so ago... but these will go down more in price. Sonos have destroyed their loyal customer base with their recent mishandling and anyone interested in buying despite recent events should hold fire and wait for the bigger discounts to come. Sonos can’t sell at such a premium now and they are going to be sitting on a growing inventory of unsold stock.
LOL_is_stupid14/02/2020 15:31

Think you’ve got the wrong description. The One SL speakers don’t have Ale …Think you’ve got the wrong description. The One SL speakers don’t have Alexa/Google stuff built in. That’s the “One” of which 2 x speakers with discount would be £350


Indeed - one should understand the One SL is different from the One and the Play:1. The Play:1 was the one that came 1st while the One was the one that came 2nd and then the one that came along next was the One SL; the one that will lose support first may be the Play:1 then the One and lastly the One SL if Sonos stick to there current support criteria so one should check which one one has and to understand which one will be first to be discontinued and lose support if one follows my drift.
Can you use this with the play bar?
wouldn't buy another sonos unit ever again - and I have 14 of them!

These could be unsupported in 5 years!
Stitch12314/02/2020 16:07

Description seems fine as says can use google or Alexa speaker (sold …Description seems fine as says can use google or Alexa speaker (sold separately). So if you have an echo dot on the same network it will work fine with that.


You could say that about literally any device with a 3.5mm input though bro.
Description is a bit misleading imo.
LOL_is_stupid14/02/2020 20:28

You could say that about literally any device with a 3.5mm input though …You could say that about literally any device with a 3.5mm input though bro.Description is a bit misleading imo.


But it doesn’t need a 3.5mm input. As long as there’s an Alexa device on the same network - it doesn’t have to be physically connected to the Sonos speaker. The Sonos speaker doesn’t even have a 3.5mm input.
Edited by: "Stitch123" 14th Feb
MaryPhlunket14/02/2020 20:40

Anyone know?


Yes you can,but be careful the playbar is favourite to become legacy next!
smallstools14/02/2020 20:45

Yes you can,but be careful the playbar is favourite to become legacy next!


Sonos are still selling the Playbar, so if updates stop 5 years after they stop selling you would have 5+ years of support, buy a soundbar from Samsung Sony or LG, how many year's support do you think you'll get???
David_Wallace14/02/2020 20:58

Sonos are still selling the Playbar, so if updates stop 5 years after they …Sonos are still selling the Playbar, so if updates stop 5 years after they stop selling you would have 5+ years of support, buy a soundbar from Samsung Sony or LG, how many year's support do you think you'll get???


I know that, I have two playbars and a beam - I would not be adding anything new to my playbars knowing that they may not work together in 5 years time!
paully14/02/2020 14:52

Mine are almost entirely old units so I'll be fine, and I don't need to …Mine are almost entirely old units so I'll be fine, and I don't need to link them to my one "new" unit. I didn't realise the trade-in deal was still active.


You'll be fine, until one of the connected services you use (such as Spotify, TuneIn, etc) changes something and there's no update to keep your speakers functioning. Your units are going to die.
schmoog14/02/2020 15:36

Got one of the original Sonos Play:1 and I've oddly never been that …Got one of the original Sonos Play:1 and I've oddly never been that impressed by it. I've always found the app slow/clunky and it's restricted to it insofar I would've had to buy my way out with a Connect:AMP. Couldn't get decent latency with my desktop via unofficial methods. I knew it was locked down but I didn't know the extent and that it just wouldn't work for me at all. I didn't do enough research and went by the idea of "cool! A WiFi speaker!".As a mono speaker the sound was just OK and with the impression it left I didn't want to get myself stuck in deeper with a stereo pair. I'm glad I didn't.I'm somewhat anomalous; most people seem to like these speakers and get on well with them; mines never got much use and been "one of those" purchases. I kinda wish I could sell it back to Sonos for the price I paid.


I found with a stereo pair it makes a big difference to sound quality and bass depending on room placement
Jamblar15/02/2020 00:19

You'll be fine, until one of the connected services you use (such as …You'll be fine, until one of the connected services you use (such as Spotify, TuneIn, etc) changes something and there's no update to keep your speakers functioning. Your units are going to die.


I think you're probably right, but I do listen to a lot of music stored on my NAS drive so that should continue to work.
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