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13 very best Cyber Monday speaker deals 2021: Bluetooth, stereo, wireless
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Whether you're looking for a Bluetooth wireless speaker, a smart speaker or a pair of stereo speakers, you've come to the right place. 

We've hunted down the best Cyber Monday speaker deals we can find, featuring speakers from Sony, Bose, JBL, Klipsch, KEF, Apple and more. And all these deals are live and in stock right now.

The Cyber Monday sales have officially kicked off, but that's far from the end of the story – we'll be keeping this page updated with the very best speaker deals to help you upgrade your sound experience.

Cyber Monday best deals

  • AirPods Pro: save $91 at Walmart
  • Amazon: deals on Fire TVs, Fire TV Sticks, Insignia and Toshiba flatscreens
  • Beats Studio Buds: down to $99.95 at Walmart
  • Best Buy: $80 off Bose QC earbuds, $40 off Apple AirPods
  • Bose wireless earbuds: save $80 at Amazon
  • Cheap tablet: Amazon Fire HD $150 $75 (save $75)
  • Crutchfield: 20% of Monitor Audio speakers, $500 of Sennheiser Ambeo soundbar
  • Dell: up to $400 off XPS13 and Inspiron laptops 
  • Disney+ save $15 on a one-year subscription
  • Dolby Atmos soundbar: save $500 on Sennheiser Ambeo
  • Fire TV Stick: $60 $40 at Amazon (save $20)
  • Hi-Fi speakers: save $74 on Q Acoustics speakers at Amazon
  • Hulu: 12-month subscription for $0.99/month (save 85 per cent)
  • Nike: up to 40% off sneakers, hoodies and accessories
  • OLED TV: save $203 on LG OLED C1
  • PS5: where to buy a PlayStation 5 on Cyber Monday
  • Samsung: save on 2021 Neo QLED 4K TVs and Dolby Atmos soundbars
  • Smart speaker: Google Nest Audio now $60 at Best Buy – save $40
  • Sony XM4 headphones: save $102 on the WH-1000XM4 wireless ANC headphones
  • Speakers: save $136 on KEF speakers at Crutchfield
  • Walmart: big savings on TVs, soundbars and wireless headphones
  • Wireless earbuds: save $102 on Sony XM3 earbuds
  • World Wide Stereo: save up to $1000 on LG projectors
Joe Cox

Joe is Content Director for Specialist Tech at Future and was previously the Global Editor-in-Chief of What Hi-Fi?. He has worked on What Hi-Fi? across print and online for more than 15 years, writing news, reviews and features. He has covered product launch events across the world, from Apple to Technics, Sony and Samsung, reported from CES, the Bristol Show and Munich High End for many years, and provided comment for sites such as the BBC and the Guardian. In his spare time he enjoys mixing vinyl and cycling.